Archive for March, 2016

How to Profit on the $200 Billion Immunotherapy Market

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

Cancer is one of the most challenging pathologies patients and doctors can face; the disease cells are fiendishly adaptive as the body tries to fight them off, making them stronger.

Until very recently, medicine’s best shot at fighting cancer was to bombard the patient with harsh, poisonous chemicals or radiation in the hope that the illness died before the patient.

But science is poised to turn the page on this disease, with some novel breakthroughs that are making some cancers treatable… or even curable.

Immuno-oncology – using or enhancing the patient’s own immune system to stop the growth of cancer cells – is making the fastest strides.

Wall Street concurs. According to Allied Market Research, the immuno-oncology market has been growing at a solid 7.1% annual clip since 2014 -and it’s expected to hit $110 billion by 2020.

I think that’s a very conservative number.

Today, I’ll show you exactly how big I think the immuno-oncology market actually is going to be.

Plus, I’ve located a biotech company whose therapy has yet to make its full impact – but that’s already paying one of the richest dividends on the market.

And for value – it’s unbeatable…

Virtually Reality Is Literally Here – and This Is the Best Way to Cash In

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

You’d hardly consider the daily paper to be a pioneer in cutting-edge technology.

Sure, most papers maintain a strong online presence – and some are even true innovators.

However, most daily papers are slowly dying – and plenty are already kaput.

So, it comes as a surprise that Gannett Co. Inc. (NYSE: GCI) – the publisher of USA Today and more than 90 other daily papers – is leading the way in a brand-new tech sector. The USA Today Network will be the first media company to broadcast a regularly scheduled news show in virtual reality (VR).

Set to launch in the spring, VRtually There shows how VR technology is on the verge of mass adoption.

It’s a sector that could be worth $150 billion by the end of this decade.

It’s already being adopted by video-game developers, film studios and TV broadcasters.

And as VR develops, it’s going to disrupt healthcare, education, manufacturing and other huge sectors

Now, I’ve found a high-tech leader that’s poised to benefit from VR’s rapid growth in all these areas.

Take a look…

The Longer This Happens, the Better Your Investments Will Perform

5 | By Michael A. Robinson

Morgan Stanley recently issued an alert saying that going long on the S&P 500 Index presented the best buying opportunity in 20 years.

To investors still caught up in the sky-is-falling talk that’s been spewing out of the talking heads on cable, that might sound absurd.

But not to you.

That’s because I’ve been keeping you on top of profit-making opportunities before Wall Street catches on. Specifically, I’m taking about the “big call” I made during our conversation on March 1.

In that report, I shared a chart that showed the market had hit bottom on Feb. 11. I also showed you how the S&P 500 had entered a healthy uptrend – and called for a breakout in stocks.

Since then, as Morgan Stanley’s recent alert perfectly illustrates, Wall Street has jumped on the bandwagon. That’s just where we like to be – ahead of the Street.

Today, I’m once again getting you out in front with a chart that shows you how the market has once again crossed a critical bullish threshold.

Very few people are talking about this yet.

And that makes this a big opportunity for you…

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Your Ticket to the Biggest Wireless Spending Boom Ever

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

When you think of “connected” devices, you probably picture your smartphone… or maybe your tablet.

But that’s just the start.

You see, the coming wireless revolution will go far beyond those handheld mobile devices.

By 2020, we’ll be using 50 billion connected “things” worldwide.

I’m talking about “connected” cars, factory robots, thermostats and household appliances, vending machines, industrial tractors and plows, warehouse forklifts… well, everything.

To make this revolution possible, our wireless Internet is going to have to get faster – much, much faster, in fact.

We’ll get there by migrating to a whole new ultrafast wireless ecosystem known as 5G. Once this huge breakthrough in mobile communications takes hold, the wireless Internet will run up to 50 times faster than existing 4G connections.

With 5G, you’ll download a movie onto your smartphone in seconds. (It now takes several minutes.)

But that’s trivial compared to the big ideas that 5G is going to make possible… concepts like driverless cars and the Internet of Everything.

On Feb. 22, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) made a $1.8 billion acquisition that underscores this massive shift – and it largely flew under Wall Street’s radar screen.

Today, I want to tell you about this bit of news – and what it means for 5G.

And I want to show you a way to invest in this unstoppable trend that combines high yields and market-beating gains.

Let’s take a look…

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How to Cash In on the Tech That Could Help 50 Million Drivers Save Money

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

Imagine a “dongle” – a plug – hooked up under your steering wheel.

This gadget connects to your car’s computer, where it allows high-tech sensors to analyze and record your driving habits. Your speed… how often you brake… where you travel… what time you drive – this dongle knows and remembers it all.

That may sound like a huge invasion of privacy.

electronicAnd it is.

But in this case, the “invader” isn’t some hacker or Big Brother – it’s your auto insurance company.

If you agree to be monitored this way, your insurer will use the data to better assess your risk level, saving itself money. And if you’re a good driver, this invasion will substantially reduce your premiums, saving you money.

That’s a win-win.

It’s known as usage-based insurance (UBI), and these on-board diagnostic (OBD) dongles aren’t some “on-the-horizon” tech.

Already, 155 million cars in North America can be hooked up to OBD “telematics” devices. And as we trade in our old models for new connected cars, that number grows bigger every day.

Analysts at one firm predict that by 2020 more than 50 million U.S. drivers will be UBI customers – way up from around just a million today.

That makes OBD an enormous tech investment opportunity.

Best of all, you don’t have to gamble on a risky small-cap or waste your cash on some fly-by-night startup to invest in these dongles and the profit opportunity they represent.

You just have to do this…

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How Tech Investors Can Tap This $2 Trillion Market

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

Back on Jan. 8, I called on Virginia Rometty, CEO of IBM Corp., to unlock the shareholder value living deep inside her company.

In an open letter that I sent to IBM headquarters, I said she could do so by “spinning off” Watson – the world’s most powerful and intelligent computing system and the heart of IBM’s fast-growing artificial intelligence (AI) unit.

I stuck my neck out publicly like that because I believe a spinoff to be Rometty’s best bet for liberating Watson-based growth from the money pit that IBM has become over the past four years.

It looks like Rometty may be taking my advice to heart.

That’s because, based on a major Watson-related move Rometty just made, the case for a Watson spinoff just got much stronger.

And it’s great news for investors, too…

Why You Need To Keep An Eye On the Tech “Showdown Of The Century”

8 | By Michael A. Robinson

I’ll never forget the time I interviewed the late Rose Bird, then the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court.

At the time, Bird was getting ready for her re-election campaign and had done a series of media interviews in a bid to garner the public’s support.

I was a legal affairs analyst for the San Francisco Examiner. After putting Chief Justice Bird on the hot seat, I filed a page-one story predicting that Bird would go down in defeat.

And I didn’t stop there…

My deep-background research with my network of contacts convinced me a slew other justices would also lose their re-election bids. The reason? Their rulings on one hot button issue – the death penalty.

I don’t bring this up just to toot my own horn.  But only to let you know that when it comes to analyzing controversial and complicated legal matters, I’m pretty good at reading the tea leaves.

So you can believe me today when I tell you who I think will win the simmering dispute between the FBI and Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL)…

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How One Eventful Phone Call Led Me to Predict a “Breakout” in Stocks

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

On Tuesday, I showed you how the market had flashed a strong “rebound” signal.

And as of yesterday, the S&P 500 Index has traded above a key support line – the 20-day moving average – for 13 straight days. That’s its longest “winning” stretch since November.

I also showed you how the market has lately remained above the 50-day moving average. That’s an even more bullish level.

Turns out, this “technical analysis” of the charts I examine every day caught the attention of Bill Patalon, the executive editor here at Money Map Press, and he sent me an email praising my report.

Bill is one of the best interviewers in the business, and I knew he’d be able “tease” out some more valuable details for you all – so I called him up.

And during that call, he got me to drill down on my analysis – and even got me to cough up a few “bonus” stock recommendations for you all.

One of them is a small-cap biotech that’s primed for a 25%+ run over the next year.

Here’s a partial transcript of our talk…

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Why Friday’s “Nightmare” Was Really a Pleasant Dream

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Friday was a nightmare.

At least that’s what the mainstream media would have you think.

After the wild swings we saw through the first six weeks of the year, Friday’s 0.2% decline in the S&P 500 may have seemed like little more than a bump in the road. But according to what I’ve been hearing and reading, that small decline highlighted the market’s fragility.

Friday’s dip was a signal that “the market has yet to shake worries about corporate profits, economic growth and the trajectory of interest rates,” according to one article in The Wall Street Journal.

Wrong.

In fact, the S&P’s small loss for the day confirmed an uptrend that began Feb. 11.

Further, yesterday’s action was another confirmation that the bull market is back on.

So, today I’m going to literally show you why I’m so optimistic about a market rebound. And I’ll show you why – despite what the mainstream financial press wants you to believe – now is no time to be sitting on the sidelines.

And this chart proves it…

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