IPOs Are Booming – Here’s What to Do Now

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

On Saturday, maybe you’re planning to go for a run, watch some cartoons, or make your family a nice breakfast.

For me, I’ll be up bright and early, as I am each Saturday, looking for more profit opportunities for you in the tech world. And this Saturday in particular, I’ll be checking out the latest initial public offerings.

Let me explain…

It’s rare that I don’t start working by 7:15 a.m. on Saturdays. It’s a great time to look at tech trends and screen a host of stocks when there’s no noise from the market.

And every Saturday, I try to update my list of new tech stocks.

After spending 34 years in Silicon Valley and serving as a strategic consultant to a dozen startups, tracking IPOs comes naturally to me.

I want to see if any of my “babies” have graduated.

So, I get the names of newly public tech and life sciences stocks and put them on my post-IPO tracking screen. On Saturday, July 7, alone, I had to input 28 new stocks into my online database.

I didn’t spend much time doing that in 2017, a weak year for IPOs.

But this year, this market is on fire… and my Saturday mornings are busier.

Led by the successful IPOs of tech firms like Dropbox Inc. (Nasdaq: DBX) in March, and Spotify Technology SA (Nasdaq: SPOT) in April, tech IPOs are up 92% from last year, according to a report in TechCrunch.

This turn of events is crucial for technology investors like us.

Today I’ll show you why that is – and I’ll show you the best way to play this hot, hot, hot trend

Four Stocks I Think You Should Look at Now – and How to Get Them

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

It was a terrible first quarter.

Amid trade-war fears and other scares, we saw a 10% correction.

While it hasn’t been all blue skies since then – those trade-war fears are still with us, after all – the overall stock market fared pretty well in the April-to-June period. The S&P 500 rose a respectable 2.9% and is on pace to finish the year in the green.

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