When we talked last Friday, I emphasized that despite the market’s recent setback, the U.S. economy is in overall good shape.
Turns out I’m not the only one who “gets” the economy’s fundamental strength.
The United States’ 3.9% economic growth is fueling a historic boom in mergers and acquisitions (M&As). In fact, a recent report from Dealogic pegs the value of U.S.-targeted deals so far this year at nearly $1.7 trillion – 45% higher than last year’s pace.
This represents the biggest nine-month period ever for domestic M&As and accounts for fully half of the $3.4 trillion in global deals.
You can credit the robust pace of American M&As to the fact that our economy is expanding while Europe’s stagnates and China’s growth rate cools. Plus, with the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates near zero, companies are finding it cost effective to borrow the capital needed to finance takeovers.
And here’s what’s really exciting…
There’s one tech-related area that’s particularly attractive to investors right now.
And it’s an industry that Wall Street had all but written off just seven months ago.
Today I want to show you how to profit from the current M&A boom by using a tech investment that history says is all but certain to beat the market over the next two years…
The Internet may be a hole that can never be filled.
But that doesn’t stop a legion of content providers from working around the clock to create, design and post the text and images that attempt to fill that hole every day – and that keep us glued to our screens.
And there’s one software company that produces the tools those writers, editors and designers need to create all that content.
This Silicon Valley legend’s share price really took off after it successfully moved away from its old-school method of selling individual products – and instead tied itself to the highly profitable cloud subscription model… where it sells an “ecosystem.”
Now, thanks to a recent “stealth” acquisition, this firm has the opportunity to rope all those content providers into that “ecosystem” almost entirely.
Today, I’ll show you how my longtime readers have already more than doubled their money on this stock.
Then, I’ll show you how this new acquisition will coax even more users to sign up for the company’s cloud subscriptions.
Even better, all those new subscribers means the firm’s stock price will double again in just a couple of years…