3 Stocks for Serious Investors

We enjoy making light of Wall-Street's antics and conflicting agendas, but investing is still serious business that can have a profound impact on your well being. That's why when the rubber meets the road and I'm looking to invest my own money for big gains I first go to our own resident superinvestor, David Gardner, and see what he's been recommending. 

David's picks aren't for the light of heart. They're typically more volatile than your average blue chip, but those investors that take a long view and stick with him tend to be handsomely rewarded. 

Three companies in his universe of disruptive stocks with huge upside potential are Universal Display , Westport Innovations and Clean Energy Fuels


With Universal Display you're buying a company that seems expensive on the surface, but is also growing at outsized rates and is perfectly positioned with next-generation display technology to benefit from a TV upgrade cycle and a continued boom in smartphones and mobile devices. While neither Westport nor Clean Energy Fuels are profitable yet, they could ride the natural gas boom we've seen in North America to crazy new highs. Both are at the forefront of the shift in our transportation system toward more natural gas vehicles and are classic long-term market disruptors. 

I invite you to learn more about how David picks his winners with a free, personal tour of his flagship service, Supernova. Inside you'll discover the science behind his market-trouncing returns. Just click here now for instant access.

The article 3 Stocks for Serious Investors originally appeared on Fool.com.

Austin Smith owns shares of Apple and Google. The Motley Fool owns shares of Apple, Clean Energy Fuels, Google, Universal Display, and Westport Innovations. Motley Fool newsletter services recommend Apple, Clean Energy Fuels, Google, Universal Display, and Westport Innovations. Try any of our Foolish newsletter services free for 30 days. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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