Archive for March, 2015

You Can’t Afford Not to Invest in This Latest Technology

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

It’s not often a so-called financial writer so blatantly misreads a key tenet of the technology business.

But that’s just what I saw in a piece I came across a couple of weeks ago.

Offering his take on Tesla’s announcement that its new Model S sedans would feature some “self-driving” technology, the columnist bemoaned the vehicle’s high price. He worried that “America’s wealth gap will spread to the highways,” leaving regular folks behind.

However, this is how consumer technology always works – in the short term.

The wealthy are early adopters – they act as guinea pigs, essentially – giving tech companies the capital and time to perfect their technology and make it affordable.

So, instead of bashing the rich, today I’m taking a different route.

I’m going to show you what I think is the best way to profit from the $15 billion self-driving tech sector.

That piece of the greater automotive tech industry is on track to more than double by the end of this decade – and I think this stock could double a lot sooner than that.

But first, I’m going to show you why right now – before this “rich folks’ market” hits the mainstream – is the best time to invest…

This Rule Breaker Is a Wealth Maker

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

As you’ve likely come to realize over the past few weeks, I’m a rules-based tech investor.

However, there are investments out there that don’t pass the rigorous five-part system found in “Your Tech Wealth Blueprint” – but are still worth taking a look at.

semiconductors
Today’s recommendation develops equipment that probes semiconductors and makes sure those chips work before they enter our smartphones and PCs.

I call these “Special Situations” – or “turnaround plays – and today I want to share one of them with you today.

I’m looking for this $9 stock to soar 50% in less than three years.

Now, not every Special Situation can succeed in its turnaround and produce those kinds of gains. That’s why I also have a set of rules when it comes to determining if these kinds of investments will become lucrative.

In fact, there are three tell-tale catalysts that can help you find these big-profit stocks.

Let’s take a look…

Where to Invest the Next Time Your Flight Gets Delayed

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

It’s been a few weeks, but I’m sure you recall the tale of American Airlines Flight 382.

On Feb. 28, the routine commuter flight was scheduled to fly from Dallas to Oklahoma City – usually an hour-long trip.

However, bad weather and mechanical problems combined to leave passengers stranded on the plane for nine grueling hours.

I’m sure you’ve been in a similar situation – if not so long. I know I have.

With these seemingly innumerable flight delays and the overall aggravation of commercial air travel, it’s no surprise that many top corporate executives are taking to the skies in private jets.

According to a recent Federal Aviation Administration report, the business aviation market grew 3.54% in 2014. To put that in perspective, it grew 46% faster than the U.S. economy.

That’s why today I want to share with you a rare tech investing “double play.”

This one takes advantage of the private jet boom – it’s a growth spurt that I think will last at least a decade…

In This Q&A, Michael Shares His Tech Forecast – and His Top Picks

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

Although I speak with Money Map Press Editorial Director Bill Patalon almost every day, it’s been some time since we actually engaged in a full-fledged question-and-answer session for your benefit.

In today’s conversation, Bill asks me about my outlook for stocks and helps me outlines a risk-management strategy every investor should follow (especially now). And together we highlight the half-dozen tech stocks that will point you down the road to meaningful wealth.

Just keep reading for an edited transcript of that interview…

Apple Joins the Dow Today – What Next?

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

Twenty years ago Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) was on the ropes. Now, the IDevice king has risen 90-fold to become the most valuable company in the United States.

And Michael tells CNBC viewers that Apple is just getting started. On a recent appearance on Street Signs, Michael revealed how Apple’s symbolic move to the Dow Jones Industrial Average today will continue to cement Apple’s place in our tech driven economy.

See what Michael discussed on Street Signs, watch the video.

All Five Rules Point to a Quick Double on This Stock

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

A couple of weeks ago, I started talking with you all about how the road to wealth is paved by tech.

I told you there is still hope for you to build a fortune – and to be prepared for retirement – because of the massive profits that the right high-tech and life-sciences stocks can generate.

And to get you started, I shared “The Million Dollar Tech Portfolio.”

The five recommendations in that portfolio aren’t the only great tech investments out there, of course. And that’s why I put together “Your Tech Wealth Blueprint” – the five-part strategy that I use to find these companies before their shares begin to soar.

I hope you’ve had a chance to read through that blueprint, because today I’m going to use it to show you how a certain fast-growing small-cap healthcare firm meets and/or exceeds all five of my “Tech Wealth Secrets.”

And it’s a big one.

In fact, I believe it will double in value in less than three years.

Let’s check it out…

Welcome to the Tech “Mafia”

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

“Once you’re in the family, you’re in.”

That’s what Michael said today while describing the Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) ecosystem during his latest appearance on Fox Business. With a Web TV service set to roll out in the fall, Apple just added to its already robust ecosystem – and may have created the “tipping point” that gets a whole lot of cable viewers to cut the cord for good.

To see what else Michael discussed on Varney & Co., including his latest Apple forecast, just check out the video.

This $6 Biotech Is Opening the Door to True “Personalized Medicine”

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

If you’re like most Americans, you’re locked in a nightmarish cycle.
Earlier this week, I told you I’d be back today “with a huge profit opportunity.”

And I’ve found a $6 medical-technology stock that’s riding a very powerful trend.

The company is a development-stage biotech firm that develops and markets diagnostic technologies that are used to screen for infectious diseases and monitor a number of cancers.

Its proprietary technology is likely to shake up the $50 billion in vitro diagnostics (IVD) market – and it’s doing so in the portions of that market that are growing the fastest. In other words, it’s following Rule No. 4 of Your Tech Wealth Blueprint“Focus on Growth.”

This technology puts us one step closer to true “personalized medicine” the customization of treatment regimens and pharmaceuticals for each individual patient.

And when I saw a new report showing that a “knowledgeable outsider” has grabbed 15% of the company’s outstanding shares, I knew I couldn’t wait any longer to bring this story to you.

So let’s take a closer look…

Can Apple Reach $1 Trillion Market Cap on Watch Sales?

1 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

With the arrival of the Apple Watch, Michael is asking one huge question: Will it make Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) the world’s first $1 trillion company?

The Apple Watch has no shortage of appeal. It’s yet another addition to Apple’s product “ecosystem” – which no other tech titan has yet to match, despite years of trying. The new smart watch also boasts an impressive battery life expected to last 18 hours.

Click here to see the video.

What Bubble? Here’s How We’ll Keep Riding the Nasdaq Rally

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

Early last week, the Nasdaq Composite Index – the bellwether for U.S. tech sector – eclipsed the 5,000 level for the first time in 15 years.

The bears would have you believe this is proof that we’re living through another tech-stock “bubble” – and that a collapse like the dot-com debacle of 2000 is close at hand.

I’m here to tell you folks that those gloom-and-doomers are wrong.

Over the last two years, I’ve repeatedly shared my belief that, in the long run, technology shares will beat the broader market – and by a wide margin.

Today I’m going to show you why…