Alex Green recently released a presentation where he claims he’s discovered the “next great American super stock,” which he likens to Netflix, Amazon, Apple, and others.
“… this stock has the chance to become the ‘Next Great American Super Stock’… like Netflix, Amazon, Apple and others before it.”Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20230704225523/https://pro.oxfordclub.com/p/NEXTTO99OXFLT2YRDSOPRLT/WOXFZ612/Full
According to Green, the company is valued at “just $1 billion,” and it’s “overhauling a niche medical market” that is projected to reach $140 billion by 2028.
Long story short, it’s a pitch for his $49 newsletter service, The Oxford Communique, and the details are revealed in a report called “My #1 Super Stock to Buy Now.”
In this post, I’ll walk you through the clues Green shared about his stock pick and show you what company I think he’s teasing so you don’t have to join to find out.
I’ll also shed some light on five other companies he teased at the end.
So with that said, let’s get started!
Alex Green’s “Next Great American Super Stock”
According to Alexander Green, his “#1 super stock to buy now” (aka the “next great American super stock”) meets all of his criteria for “becoming a ten-bagger.”
He talks about his so-called five-part criteria at length in the presentation, but the gist is that he looks for small, innovative, relatively unknown companies with “booming sales” that are seeing insider buying (this is when company executives are buying their own shares).
As for what the company does, Green says the company is “reinventing a necessity for healthcare workers” that involves a “universal piece of medical gear.”
According to Green, this “piece of medical gear” needs to be replaced often, and the company has multiple patents related to it.
“It’s reinventing a necessity for healthcare workers that hasn’t been modernized in more than 100 years.
“It’s the most universal piece of medical gear…
“This product has to be replaced a lot.
“Often, doctors and nurses are required to change this item several times a day to prevent spreading disease.”
“And because this company’s products are so innovative…
“It’s filed 12 patents, along with 92 national and international trademark registrations…”
Next, he dropped some hints about the company’s revenue and said that it won 21st place in Inc.’s list of fastest-growing companies in the U.S.
“In 2017, its revenue came in at just $23 million.
“Enough to get it the 21st spot on Inc.’s list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.
“In 2018, revenue quadrupled to $100 million.
“By the end of 2020, sales had jumped to $263 million.
“And even while most companies got shellacked in 2022…
“This company’s revenues rose to $505 million… half the company’s current market cap!”
What else did he say?
Alex Green dropped several other hints about the company, but one of the main clues he shared related to who’s been buying shares…
“The CEO just scooped up $5 million worth of shares.
“One billionaire investor purchased $7.2 million worth.
“And a billionaire fund manager just backed up the truck and bought more than $144 million worth of shares.”
What could it be?
I think Green is talking about Figs Inc (FIGS), a California-based clothing company that sells scrubs and other products for healthcare professionals.
And the clue that initially led me to Figs was the one about the Inc. award.
In short, Green shared an image of the award in the presentation, which showed that the company he’s teasing won 21st place in the Inc. 5000 2018 award for the fastest-growing company. And according to this press release, that company was Figs.
Next, I checked out the company’s market cap, which Green said was around $1 billion, and that was a close match as well:
And lastly, I looked into the company’s 2020 and 2022 revenue, as Green shared specific clues about those. As per what Green said in the teaser, Figs did indeed earn around $263 million in 2020 and $505 million in 2022.
So, while I can’t be 100% sure, Figs appears to be the “next great American super stock” Alex Green is teasing here (aka his “#1 super stock to buy now”).
Toward the end of the presentation, Green also mentioned five other companies he’s bullish on, which he reveals in a report called “Ten-Baggers of Tomorrow.”
He didn’t say much about these, but I’ve been researching and writing about Green’s stock picks for a while now, and I think I know what at least two of them are (maybe more) based on other presentations I’ve looked into.
What About Alex Green’s “Ten-Baggers of Tomorrow?”
Here’s what Alex Green said about these five stocks:
“Just like my #1 Super Stock…
“I believe the investments detailed in this report have the potential to 10X your money…
“And even 20X, 30X or 40X it in the next decade.
“The exciting small stocks you’ll discover in this report are…
- “A tiny medical technology disrupter with a one-of-a-kind, handheld ultrasound ‘X-ray’ system that could spawn a $100 billion at-home market by 2025
- “A first-of-its-kind, artificial intelligence-driven ‘pharmatech’ company that recently inked a deal with Sanofi that could be worth up to $5.2 billion… more than seven times its current market cap
- “The creator of the first-ever, FDA-approved, implantable microdevice that counteracts the leading cause of irreversible blindness
- “One of the world’s least-known, fastest-growing chipmakers that recently saw revenue skyrocket 72% in just one quarter… outpacing other Super Stocks AMD, Nvidia and Qualcomm
- “A small, cutting-edge oncology company that is fighting the most severe forms of cancer… not with drugs but with electromagnetic fields.”
The first company Alex Green mentioned above is very likely a company he teased in this presentation called Butterfly Network (BFLY), a Connecticut-based company that makes handheld ultrasound devices.
The second (AI “pharmatech”) company Green pitched looks like the same company he teased back in early 2022 called Exscientia plc (EXAI).
And as for the other three companies, I’m not entirely sure.
However, Alex Green has been teasing a company called Foxconn (aka Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.) for years now, and it produces semiconductor chips. So, while I don’t know if it matches the revenue clue, it wouldn’t surprise me if this was his pick.
And lastly, I’m not sure what company he’s referring to here, but I recently wrote about a “$4 cancer stock” Alex Green teased, which my research shows is ImmunoGen (IMGN). So, while it may not be a match here, my research shows that it is a cancer stock he has touted.
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Alex Green teased six companies in this presentation, and it looks like his main “super stock” pick is Figs, a company that sells scrubs and other products to healthcare professionals.
I can’t say for certain that my guess is right, but it looks like a match.
And before I wrap this up… no post would be complete without me sharing a friendly reminder to take these presentations with a pinch of salt.
It all sounds exciting, I know. But there are no guarantees with investing. So always do your own research and never invest more than you can afford to lose.
Also, if you want to know more about Alex Green’s newsletter before deciding if it’s a good idea to join or not, check out my Oxford Communique review. In it, I show you how what the newsletter is about, how his picks have performed, and more.
Anyways, I hope you found this helpful.
And if you’d like to share your two cents on any of this, chime in below!