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Assignment: 1 (Group ) Dear Students, Please note that you have to make a summary report on the following investment opportunity.  The report should be limit  within 5000 words   and you have to submit this report on or  before  25 October, 2009. Thank you, Anup Chowdhury Senior Lecturer BRAC Business School
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Deckers Outdoor  Green Mountain Coffee Roasters  Amedisys  Hansen Natural  Almost Family  Clean Harbors  FTI Consulting  How many of  these companies did you buy, or even know about, 10 years ago? One or two? None? Those are some pretty obscure companies. But they were the 10 top-performing stocks from  1998 - 2007. Over those 10 years, they earned forward-thinking investors anywhere between a fortune- making 2,623% and an absolutely mind-blowing 7,064%.  Can you guess what they all have in common? That's right... 10 years ago they were tiny companies very few investors had ever even heard of. Amedisys, a boring little home health care business from Louisiana, weighed in at a paltry $5.4  million. But every $10,000 invested in it back in 1998 would now be worth $378,440. And the same amount invested into little-known biopharmaceutical company Celgene would be  worth an astounding $716,420!  Can you imagine? Investing $10,000 and getting back almost $1 million. In just ten years! The point is: Investing in tiny, under-followed companies with great potential can truly change  your life. You've just got to know what the megatrend is... who's got the visionary management...  and who's in the right place at the right time... That's why my team travels the globe to find companies just like the one we're recommending today... If you've stuck with me this far, you know what I'm saying makes good sense. So let me make a proper introduction and show you what else I've got for you in addition to this  great little company that just might make you a fortune... I'm Motley Fool co-founder Tom Gardner, and I've dedicated years of my life to uncovering little-
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Well, the stock is up 460%. And  Hidden Gems  members who followed our advice have already turned  every $10,000 invested into $56,000 -- in just under six years. It's the same story with the online jewelry retailer we recommended to these investors in September of  2005. After just two years, our  Hidden Gems  members were able to lock in a 207% gain. We also recommended an obscure maker of nasal strips... an unknown funeral-services company... and  an under-the-radar developer of drugs for rare genetic diseases.
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