You Won’t Sweat Your Next Gut Check With These Three Tactics

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

The tech-centric Nasdaq Composite index hit a new all-time high on July 20. It was the Nasdaq’s 10th straight winning session.

The rest of the market is doing well, too. Last week marked the 27th new high for the S&P 500 this year, making 2017 one of the index’s best years in decades.

This historic bull market is now entering its ninth year.

And so, I know that many of you have been holding onto your cash and hoping for a selloff to lower prices.

You’re not alone. The Wall Street Journal reports that fund managers have increased their cash holdings by 10% this month, to 4.9% of assets.

I understand that impulse.

But I hope you’re not so inclined.

Because if you sat out the year so far, you left a lot of money on the table.

You know that now.

I’m here to tell you today that it’s still not too late to make your move.

But I know that will take a “gut check.”

That’s why I’m showing you three tools that will make that “gut check” easier.

They’ll keep you in the market – and give you the confidence you need to keep making big gains with tech stocks…

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I can’t say it often enough – the Road to Wealth Is Paved by Tech. And I can prove it…

Since the bull market began on March 9, 2009, the Nasdaq is up 346%. That’s more than 50% better than the S&P’s return over the period.

And it’s all because of the new Convergence Economy we’ve been talking about here for some time now. These days, every business is a tech business, meaning the sector will beat the overall market for years to come.

Having said that, however, it bears noting that no stock, sector, or market rises in a straight line forever. Sooner or later, the market will lose steam.

Let me be clear. I see plenty of upside ahead through the end of 2017. And it bears repeating this is not the time to horde cash and hope for better prices.

Instead, you want to be in tech stocks. And if you use these three Gut Check Tools, you can invest with confidence – and protect your market-crushing gains.

Take a look…

Can Rising eBay Actually Deliver to Shareholders?

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

On the surface, eBay Inc. seems to be flying again with 25% stock gains so far this year and 171 million registered users behind it. But should investors buy on eBay now? Our own Michael A. Robinson talks to CNBC‘s The Rundown about whether it actually has a plan to execute on the expectations that drove the stock price rise or to compete with the likes of Amazon Prime.