Growth Investing is the most profitable investing strategy with a long track record of incredible returns. The financial press all agree:•"Investors holding U.S. value stocks … have produced an annualized compound return of 12.9 percent (since 2010). That compares with a 16.3 percent annualized return for growth stocks." Institutional Investor (October 2019)•“Since May 1995 value stocks have returned 624%, while growth has gained 1,072%” Money.com (July 2020)•“Growth stocks have handily outperformed value stocks since December 2006.” (USA Today, May 2020)•“Over the past decade, as a whole, value stocks have not performed as well as growth stocks” (MorningStar 2019).•Growth stocks are the financial market's land of opportunity -- stocks that show the potential for abundant share price growth over the long haul but sell for relatively cheap right now (TheStreet, 2020).However, Growth Investing is also the hardest investing strategy for the average investor to understand and gather information.Many investing sources only advice growth investors to use 1) a growth mutual fund or 2) a stock screener to find companies with historical growth in earnings per share (EPS) and sales. However, a growth mutual fund includes fees that investors will want to avoid. And screening for a company’s historical growth is not the best the selection tool for future growth. What these investing sources are not saying that the pros know is the essential step on which fund managers spend millions of dollars, hire a large staff of analysts, and devote hours interviewing CEOs to scrutinize – which new industries will have the highest growth in the next few years and what are the major players in those industries.Industry analyst research companies, like Barnes Reports, are where the leading investment banks and mutual funds purchase their industry analysis reports on the rapidly expanding industries. Now the individual investor has access to the same growth statistics on the most advanced technology industries on which the pros spend millions with “The Guide to Growth Investing.”Some of the 100 niche industries featured in the 2020 edition include:•Drone Analytics Market•Automated 3D Printing Market•Medical Exoskeleton Market•Botnet Detection MarketFeaturing over 300 companies in the fastest-growing technology industries, the Guide is the one-stop resource for the essential data to invest in the companies of tomorrow. The Guide is useful for investors no matter the level of expertise – from beginner to expert. The Guide also explains 1) the advantages of Growth Investing over other strategies, 2) how you can beat Growth ETFs and mutual funds returns, and 3) the steps to build a protected retirement plan with Growth Investing.The Guide to Growth Investing shows you how to make Growth Investing work for you and help you achieve your financial goals.