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Canada’s Best Performing Stock Is…

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Hello Investor,

Can you guess the best performing Canadian stock over the last 10 years?

. . .

We’ll give you a hint. It wasn’t in a sexy industry like biotech or software.

It was in a very boring industry… auto body shops.

It’s The Boyd Group (BYD-UN:TSX). Check out the chart:

That’s 4350% return since July 2008.

The crazy thing is… that growth didn’t come from a big tailwind or breakthrough technology.

It came from acquisitions. Yep, it was a simple roll-up strategy.

Roll-ups have produced some of the most spectacular investment returns over the last century.

They have also produced some of the most catastrophic losses.

Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman lost $4.2 billion in a roll-up (Valeant Pharmaceuticals, VRX).

But why do some roll-ups generate life changing returns while others produce massive losses?

We’ve learned over the years it comes down to 7 key factors. Read on to uncover the 7 secrets to roll-up investing success. Ignore these at your own risk.

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