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10 Undervalued Stocks With 'Exponential' Growth Potential

We think investors are underestimating these companies, which are well-positioned to benefit from Morningstar analysts' nine 'exponential technology' themes.

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If you could go back in time and invest in  Apple (AAPL) before it launched the iPhone--when it was selling for less than $5 per share--you wouldn't hesitate. Or how about  Amazon (AMZN)? If you had the foresight to predict that this online bookseller would revolutionize retail as we know it, you surely would have scooped up the shares for less than $10 per share in 2001. 

Of course, it's difficult to predict which technologies will change our world and how long their influence will last. On top of that, it's often a challenge for investors to identify investable opportunities associated with these groundbreaking technologies.

Karen Wallace does not own (actual or beneficial) shares in any of the securities mentioned above. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.