I love corporate spin-offs – and you should, too.
With spin-offs, companies unlock hidden values in their operations and pass them on to shareholders – offering low risks and high probabilities of market-beating profits.
And the past month or so has produced a bonanza.
First, eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY) said it is spinning off its very successful PayPal digital payments firm. Then, Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSW: HPQ) announced that it plans to divide itself in half.
And most recently, security software maker Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) joined in and said it’s splitting in two.
Overall, spin-offs are estimated to be worth $1.6 trillion so far this year.
Here’s the hitch.
As promising as all that money sounds, most of these deals won’t take effect until the second half of next year.
But I have uncovered a way to take advantage of the growing market for spin-offs right now.
And we’ll do it with a single investment that has beaten the market by 65% over the last two years