It’s the dream of every investor: The magic buy. The buy that creates the foundation for a successful financial future, the one that allows you to realize a dream of early retirement and full financial independence. It’s something virtually every investor strives for, but it is so hard to find.
Here are three stocks that are currently trading at low prices, yet have disruptive business models that could produce massive returns for patient investors.
Could Planet.com Pop By Over 150%?
Planet.com (PL) is a unique company. It provides daily satellite data that is then made available to anyone who is interested in purchasing the company’s services. This data can be used for a slew of reasons, including commercial and scientific applications.
Planet.com provides monitoring and base maps for a variety of industries. The company is largely banking on the rise in demand for real-time scientific data and offers its solutions to an array of partners.
The company launched to the public via a SPAC, and opened at a price of $9.92. After a brief pop higher, it has declined in price since then to the tune of around 50%.
If price action alone were a reason to buy or sell, Planet would be excluded. But it is worth a deeper dive. For starters, the company has relatively little competition and a large potential customer base, creating arguably a massive market opportunity. Already, Planet has 700 customers and over $100 million in annual revenue.
Analysts have noted this, and of the 8 who cover the stock, the majority rate it a Buy. The average price target over the next year is currently $13.19, representing over a 150% gain for investors should the target be hit.
For longer term investors, it’s worth noting that 2026 sales are projected to be $693 million, meaning that today Planet has a market cap of under 1.5x FY 2026 sales.
IONQ Target Price Almost 100% Higher
So far, it has been successful in its plans, research, and execution, raising millions from venture capital firms and other businesses. It boasts a robust lineup of customers, including Google.
IONQ also came public via a SPAC on October 1, 2021. The company was billed as the first “public pure-play quantum computing company.” This unique market positioning combined with disruptive technology innovation means IONQ has tremendous upside potential.
The stock opened at $11 a share and rose to an all-time high of $28.01. It has since declined significantly but is still above the $10 per share SPAC level. Like Planet.com, IONQ is being punished in the public markets for not generating profits yet, so risk-seeking investors have an opportunity to buy a potentially transformative company at a discount.
Among optimists, there seems to be little question that IONQ is in a good position for future growth. Quantum computing is expected to grow to a $65 billion market size by 2030, making IONQ an attractive potential investment. The company’s unique positioning allows it to take full advantage of that growth, and it currently boasts the industry’s most powerful quantum computer. This might help to explain why the average analyst rating pegs the target share price at $23.
Even the low price estimate would produce a gain of 66% from where it is right now, and if that’s accurate, it would represent a major opportunity for growth investors looking to take a chance on a stock that seems to have an inside track on a highly in-demand market.
Could Genius Sports 2x Your Money?
Genius Sports (GENI) is a sports data and communications company. The business specializes in aggregating sports data, automating sports video, assisting sportsbook operations, and helping sports teams and brands monetize their existing data.
The company has a massive market opportunity ahead, with the potential to partner with thousands of sporting companies and franchises. This helps to explain why GENI represents such a unique buying opportunity.
The company came to the public’s attention via a SPAC in April 2021 and quickly traded north of $21 per share — but it has crashed since then. The current price under $5 per share ranks the company technically as a penny stock – any company under $5 per share is defined as a penny stock.
So, why is this a potential buying opportunity? The company’s market share is dominant alongside SportRadar, its closest rival. Analysts seem to agree. The average analyst rating is $10.83, which suggest upside to the tune of over 100% from current levels.
The Bottom Line
All three of these stocks are trading at extremely low price levels right now. They also have unquestioned potential to report major growth in the coming years. If the dominos fall well, they could set you up for life.
Stocks with massive upsides like these are rare. Most stocks claw higher slowly, over time. However, sometimes, investors hit the bullseye and make investments that change their entire lives. Of course where there are great rewards, risks are high. Proceed with caution.