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Few things symbolize the dawn of the Western middle class better than shopping malls…
They're big, clean, full of variety, and everything's usually on sale.
Take the American Dream mega-mall, for instance. It partially opened for the first time last year in New Jersey. Once it's complete, it will feature more than 450 stores, covering roughly 3 million square feet of retail space. It even has an indoor ski slope.
But what if I told you that the last large mall like this one to open in the U.S. was New York's Palisades Center… back in 1998?
That was more than two decades ago. And I'd guess that you probably can't recall the last time a new mall opened up near where you live.
In Asia, it's the complete opposite.
Shopping malls have been popping up just about everywhere in this region. Many of them make the American Dream mall look tiny in comparison. And this trend is something you can't afford to ignore.
Let me explain…
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Man who made EIGHTEEN 1,000% recommendations unveils #1 stock
Most people will go their whole lives without capturing a 1,000% gain in stocks.
But one man from rural PA may have cracked the code.
11 years ago, millionaire early stage investor Matt McCall shared some of his first recommendations with the public, live on air.
The anchors laughed in his face…
Since then, McCall has built one of the greatest track records in the financial world.
He's pinpointed dozens of stocks that went on to jump 100% or more.
Plus 18 recommendations that skyrocketed over 1,000%.
McCall just teamed up with one of the biggest names in finance to reveal the name and ticker symbol of what he predicts will be the best-performing stock of 2020.
“I'm confident that this is my next big winner — and I haven't felt this way since back in 2009. This company is on the cutting-edge of one of the greatest medical breakthroughs of the 21st century. You can't afford to ignore this.”
To see McCall's newest prediction for yourself, simply go here.
You'll get this stock's name and ticker symbol, absolutely free.