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…
When the New England Patriots fell behind early on during Super Bowl LI, I told my wife not to worry.
That’s because Tom Brady reminded me so much of my favorite quarterback of all time – Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers.
Both these players prove how you can stun the world by staying calm, sticking with a good game plan, and focusing on winning. It’s all about leadership and teamwork.
I bring this up because there’s an emerging tech CEO whose performance reminds me a lot of Brady’s. And when you find a CEO like that – you know you can crush the market.
When a once-struggling tech giant appointed this CEO three years ago last week, I pegged him as a winner – even if he hadn’t won big like Brady… yet.
With this brilliant executive at the helm, I knew this firm met the mandate of Rule No. 1 of our tech wealth-building system – “Great companies have great operations.”
Since then, the stock has gone on to defeat all comers – beating the broader market by more than 140%.
But this guy is going to be the “Tom Brady of High Tech” – and so this company will keep beating the competition for years to come.
And it could still make you another quick 50%…