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We think this ‘double agent’ share needs your attention!

A double-agent exits through a door.

At Motley Fool UK, we stick to what we know: the stock market.

This has served our readers very well to date.

Our Share Advisor service has been running since 2012.

In that time we’ve posted an average gain of 11.3% — comfortably ahead of the broader market (3.2%).1

But it is critical to understand that stock markets can be influenced by — and influence — movements in other assets.

I mention this to you today because we have a special report available with Share Advisor subscriptions…

And the stock mentioned within it is tied very closely to another asset class.

It’s in a sector of the market that tends to move quickly, so if you agree with our analysts that there’s a potentially sizeable return here, you’ll probably want to see this report right away.

Our analysts have termed it a “double agent” stock, owing to what we believe to be its potential to make money regardless of what’s happening in the market at large.

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  1. Motley Fool Share Advisor has delivered an overall return of 11.3%. The S&P UK Broad Market index has delivered an overall return of 3.2%. Returns are calculated using a time-weighted rate of return (TWRR) methodology that includes dividends reinvested and excludes trading costs. The S&P UK Broad Market returns include dividends reinvested. Returns are measured from the date of each recommendation to the close of trading on 30/03/2020. 2 recommendations per month have been made since 27/02/2012.