If you want to be a great tech investor, sometimes you have to forget some of your consumer habits.
From the time we’re children, we’re taught to be price sensitive, to look for bargains.
That’s a good idea in stocks, too – if you compare stocks’ price-earnings ratios and other metrics to find deals.
But too many investors just look at the “price tag.”
While comparing price tags certainly can help you out in the mall or the grocery store, it can be positively disastrous when investing.
When finding stocks, you’re shopping the future – gains and losses – not the present price.
As the four stocks we’re looking at today prove, it’s far more important to follow Rule No. 5 of Your Tech Wealth Blueprint. That rule says to “Target stocks that can double your money.”
Two of the stocks we’ll be looking at trade for more than $140 and two for more than $800.
Yet they’ve all met the mandates of Rule No. 5, and the “worst” performer in the group beat the S&P 500 by more than fourfold in the past two years.
And two of them already doubled over the period.
But they’re not done yet.
Not even close.
In fact, all four stand to gain 50% or more over the next few years.
And that means these “expensive” stocks are actually bargains.
Let’s take a look…
Before I began working for you folks, I served as a senior advisor to a dozen tech startups and sat on the board of a Silicon Valley venture capital firm (VC).
And when it comes to finding profit-producing tech investments before mainstream stock analysts do, that gives me a leg up on Wall Street.
In fact, it gives me a “secret” method.
Besides following the stock market and keeping my ear to the ground here in Silicon Valley, I spend hours each week intensely studying VC funding.
That’s because those early-stage investors have a proven track record of backing tech breakthroughs that eventually lead to lucrative profits for Main Street investors like you.
Today, we’re going to look at a burgeoning tech sector drew roughly $200 million in VC funding through early March.
At that rate, startups in this sector are on pace to receive nearly $800 million in seed money this year.
That’s a lot – and it’s worth following.
So I’m going to tell you about four primo startups in this sector that are big 2017 VC winners.
“But, Michael,” I hear you saying. “These are privately held startups. I can’t invest in them.”
That’s why I’m also revealing a great way to play this fast-growing market you can get into today.
And make a lot of money with for years to come…