Donald Trump promises to create 25 million new jobs over the next decade with his economic plan.
And as we’ve been discussing over the past few weeks, I think that plan is a good one – and will be very good for tech companies and their investors.
However, there’s also this…
Robotics and artificial intelligence – “automation,” in a word – will eliminate tens of millions of jobs over that same stretch.
It makes many of us planning our retirement – trying to put together enough money and investments to guarantee that our “golden years” are prosperous – wonder how we’ll do it. Moreover, it makes us worry about our children’s and grandchildren’s futures.
How can anyone save or invest if they’re looking at a “jobless future”?
One way to do it – to not just survive but to thrive in this unknowable future – is to profit from the very automation technologies that are threatening humanity’s livelihood.
And to do that, you have to “pick” the best stocks in this sector.
I’ve just spotted such a company – one whose technology could to displace millions of “back office” workers in the coming years. You know, the folks doing data entry and handling the customer service lines.
Its technology is known as robotic process automation (RPA).
And its shares are primed for quick 50% gains.
Let’s take a look at it…
By any measure, 2016 was a great year – a watershed, in fact – for the tech- and pharma-heavy cannabis niche.
For instance, ever since Sept. 2, when I sent my Nova-X Report subscribers the 30 pot stock recommendations in my “weed investors’ bible,” The Roadmap to Marijuana Millions, we’ve seen incredible gains all across the market sector.
And what had been a phenomenal year got even better with a massive victory: On Nov. 8, voters in five states (five juicy untapped markets) voted to legalize medical and recreational marijuana. That boosted the cannabis niche’s growth prospects immensely. Remember, this is an investing arena that was already expected to grow by more than 31% a year until at least the early 2020s.
But… the buoyant marijuana markets took notice when President-elect Donald Trump tapped U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) to be the next U.S. Attorney General. The nation’s would-be top cop is known for his, shall we say, “retrograde” views on marijuana – legal and otherwise.
That news cast a great deal of uncertainty on investments with an otherwise vertical trajectory.
So, naturally, pot stock investors – and those considering it – are wondering what the future might hold for this high-growth, immensely profitable investing niche.
Well, I’m going to show you a glimpse of that future right now…
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