There’s One Way to Cash In on the Snapchat IPO – Without Buying SNAP

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Wall Street is salivating over the upcoming public debut for Snap Inc.

And who can blame them?

The initial public offering (IPO) for this developer of the popular instant-messaging service Snapchat will likely be huge.

And I’m not exaggerating.

Once shares begin trading as soon as next month, Snap could be valued between $21 billion and $25 billion – making it the largest U.S. tech IPO since that of Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) back in 2012. That’s a figure that could serve as a big catalyst for the rebounding IPO market.

Also salivating: thousands and thousands of retail investors… and maybe even you.

But hold on…

As a longtime Silicon Valley insider, I love IPOs. If you’re an investment banker, venture capitalist, or company insider, you can make a fortune with them. (Plus, nothing keeps a bull market running like popular new issues that bring fresh cash out of the sidelines.)

However, most investors should avoid buying Snap – or any other company going public – at the open.

At that point, you’re likely to pay top dollar and very well could see the value of your investment drop immediately and steeply.

No fun.

But we’ve got a way around that.

In fact, we’ve got a way to cash in on the Snap IPO with none of that risk.

It’s an investment that will bring you many years of profits.

And you can get in right now…

This Play Gets You Into the Singularity Era’s “Engine”

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

As I predicted in my 2017 outlook a few weeks ago, tech is off to a screaming start to the year. The tech-centric Nasdaq Composite is up close to 7% versus the S&P 500’s 3.9%.

Here’s the key: As the years go by, Silicon Valley will be providing more and more of the technology that’s becoming critical to our society’s existence, like broadband and mobile communications, wearable tech, sensors, virtual and augmented reality and medtech.

That’s exactly how the Singularity Era works…

However, virtually none of that can exist without the fundamental component I’m going to tell you about right now. It’s absolutely indispensable to innovation, miniaturization, mobilization and utilization.

This little part enables the global spread and adoption of technology – and you bet it enables massive tech profits, too.

So the play I have in mind has lots of upside wired in…