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Introducing The Motley Fool’s brand-new premier investing report…

5 ‘Turbo-Charged’ Shares For the New Motoring Age


Our investment experts are preparing to release their latest research on the FUTURE of the $1.1 TRILLION global automobile market…

… And the 5 carefully selected US-listed stocks we believe could be poised to take advantage of the HUGE opportunities around the corner.

Dear forward-looking fellow investor,
If you’re looking to make material wealth-changing gains in your portfolio, one approach could be to identify and invest in “mega trends” which completely overturn well-established industries, and deliver massive potential gains to those who see it coming.
For example, one major technological breakthrough – the internet – completely re-wrote the rulebook on the multi-trillion dollar global retail industry.
When Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner recommended in September 1997, few other investors would have predicted that this little-known start-up would deliver a 20,000% gain, turning a $5000 investment into a potential $1 million today.
Of course, not all growth investments produce such spectacular results – but you can see from this example how this investment style focuses on huge trends to deliver stunning long-term returns.

It’s exactly this kind of ‘big picture’ thinking that has driven our global investing team to produce this special one-off research report that I’m excited to announce today:

Inside The Car of Tomorrow:
5 ‘Turbo-Charged’ Shares For The New Motoring Age

Our investors have spent years studying the global automotive industry – but we believe now is the time to position yourself for not one, but several “mega trend” developments in this $1.1 TRILLION global market.
And the five companies identified in our latest research report are already positioning themselves to take advantage of the massive changes to come.
These trends are no longer “pie in the sky” fantasies in the distant future, either. This technology is being developed and tested on our roads TODAY…
We think it’s just a matter of time before these technologies become as widespread as the internet or smartphones – and history teaches us that the big money often goes to those that get in early…BEFORE a new technology goes mainstream.

We believe we’re now approaching that turning point – and that this is the time to get involved.

And exclusively in this email, I can reveal a ‘sneak peak’ at the contents of our report…
Through these five US-listed special recommendations, this dossier explores several of the “mega trends” that could define the future of the $1.1 trillion automotive industry – the winning tech opportunity for self-driving technology…

The big bets being made on the future of electric cars

Specialist components and ultra-lightweight material manufacturing ESSENTIAL for creating the next generation of vehicles…

And the car giant already road testing vehicles which you can “summon” in New York through a smartphone app.
These are just some of the technological trends touched upon in this brand-new report.
And tomorrow morning, for a limited time only, you can find out all the details and access a copy of the report for yourself, when Inside The Car of Tomorrow is made available for the first time.
Please note: as of right now, you may not be able to access this valuable information, when it becomes available.
You see, this special research report will be exclusively available to members of The Motley Fool Premier Report Pass only. But tomorrow, to mark the launch of our new Inside The Car of Tomorrow report, we’re reopening Premier Report Pass to the general public for the first time in nearly 4 months...
(It also includes our back catalogue of selected premier investing reports – including Shares 2018 – and offers a HUGE discount on accessing our research reports individually. Look out for more details in the morning.)
This is your chance to get in early on what could prove to be a special opportunity.
Keep an eye on your inbox tomorrow morning for all the details.
Mark Rogers Signature
Mark Rogers,
Chief Investment Advisor,
Motley Fool UK

P.S. Don’t forget – if you wait until there is a self-driving car in your neighbour’s driveway… you may have already missed your chance.
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