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 And now there's a new chance for you to take advantage of this situation again today--and potentially make 200% or more over the next few months...

Well... it turns out that the company that's as big as Target, Home Depot, Sears, and K-Mart combined... which saves 93% of Americans hundreds of dollars per year on everything from soap and toothpaste to tires... can now also help you make a fortune in the stock market.

The company I'm talking about, of course, is Walmart.

Yes... just when you thought the world's biggest retailer couldn't get any bigger or enter any more sectors of the retail space...

Now comes word that the company can also actually help you find the most promising penny stocks in the world, which sell for as little as 50 cents per share.

I had no idea this opportunity existed, until just a few weeks ago. But when I looked at the numbers... I realized this is something we had to investigate and report on, as soon as possible.

How does this lucrative opportunity work... and how can you take advantage of it starting immediately?

Let me explain the incredible story...

10,000 companies per year
apply for a Walmart "listing"

Did you know that Walmart sells roughly $29 million worth of goods PER HOUR... every hour... 7 days a week... 365 days a year, in the United States alone?

That's truly incredible when you think about it...

Every single hour of every single day, Walmart is racking up another $29 million in net sales.

Walmart is the world's #1 seller of nearly every retail product we consume on a regular basis... everything from CDs, dog food, diapers... to bicycles, toys, jewelry and toothpaste.

Walmart also buys more than $1 billion worth of land EACH MONTH... they have America's largest private trucking fleet... and they operate a computer network data system that The New York Times says contains more data than the ENTIRE INTERNET!

But what does this have to do with penny stocks?

Well, what many people don't realize is that Walmart doesn't actually manufacture anything.

Not a single item.

Instead, the company has set up the world's most sophisticated and complex retail system. In short, Walmart relies on thousands and thousands of suppliers to produce and ship products to their nearly 5,000 U.S. stores.

In fact, even products that look like they are made by Walmart are actually "private label" items. That is, products made by another company... then slapped with a Walmart label.

To find all the companies that can make such a diverse universe of products, Walmart employs hundreds of "brokers."

Much like the brokers who work on Wall Street, these men and women based in Bentonville, Arkansas are constantly on the hunt for promising new companies, with hot new products to sell.

In a typical year, for example, Walmart brokers will review applications from roughly 10,000 companies who want their items sold on Walmart shelves.

Walmart Penny Stock Jumps 10,775%

In early 2009 a tiny company called Diedrich Coffee signed a deal to become a Walmart supplier. In roughly the past year, the stock is up an incredible 10,775%.

We've seen this scenario repeated dozens of times. Just look at a short list of more gains made by Walmart suppliers in recent years...

American Pasta Company................ 729%
CCA Industries................................ 894%
Helen of Troy................................... 283%
Ralcorp........................................... 160%
Church & Dwight.............................. 275%
Crown Crafts.................................... 440%
Flowers Foods................................. 941%
McAfee........................................... 166%
John Sanfillippo................................ 750%

For example, one office supply company we know of was recently given shelf space in 500 stores nationwide (from among the company's 4,258 total U.S. stores). They were required to sell about 85% of the items displayed (known as the ‘sell-through' rate), over a six-week period.

If you hit your numbers... you "pass" Walmart's initial test.

It's a cut-throat process: Remember, only about 2% of supplier applicants are given a test run... and about 25% of those who get a test don't get listed as a supplier in at least some Walmart stores.

In other words, only about 1.5% of the companies who apply to have their product carried at Walmart ultimately land on the company shelves in any significant way.

Of course, if you are one of the lucky few, it can be like hitting the lottery...