If there’s one thing you can count from Wall Street, its repetitious analysis of big tech news.
Take the Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) purchase of Whole Foods Market Inc. (Nasdaq: WFM) for $13.2 billion last week.
A steady, predictable stream of stories quoting analysts about the “death of retail” followed the announcement.
Don’t get me wrong – that’s a big, ongoing story. It’s one I wrote about in the past, as recently as May 23.
What they missed is how this is a boon for technology: mobile commerce, Big Data, machine vision and learning, chips, sensors… and especially robots.
Robots already are all over Amazon’s warehouses and are a big part of its success.
Now they’ll be in Whole Foods’ warehouses, checkout lines, and maybe even a part of making deliveries.
You could buy Amazon – and I recommend you do establish a position if you haven’t yet – but that’ll cost you.
You could buy a robotics stock, but that will only scratch the surface.
Or you could make this one move and get at least double the market’s return…
As I noted during our May 30 chat, the 49,000% gain for Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) from the time it went public made it the most successful stock in decades.
That amazing rise shows the power of our tech-centric economy.
Today, I want to talk to you about an investment that’s quickly giving Amazon a run for its money… in a fraction of the time.
It’s not a stock, but it is an investment I personally recommended.
Almost no one on Wall Street or in the financial press believed in the cryptocurrency Bitcoin back in 2013. At the time, Bitcoin was subject of a steady stream of negative stories.
Almost of all of it had one basic – yet incorrect – premise: that Bitcoin was a passing fad that was bound to hurt investors.
But had you bought Bitcoin back when I first talked about it, holding through its many ups and downs, you could have made peak gains of 2,850% in just 4.5 years.
That’s why I’m so excited to tell you about this new breakout technology…