Your Burning Investment Questions, Answered

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

If the conflicting news about the markets and economy have you a bit up in the air, you are not alone.

Fact is, with the first quarter now in the rear-view mirror, the headlines are all over the place.

We’re seeing stories that suggest a possible recession, rising inflation, and slowing growth, not to mention the prospect of more trade conflicts with China.

I’ve been in the market for 40 years now, and even I sometimes find my head spinning from information overload. Fortunately, I’m a disciplined and focused investor who has learned to tune out all that noise.

This is on my mind these days because I recently returned from Money Map Press’ Black Diamond conference for our elite members.

As savvy as this group of folks are, many of them had the same types of burning questions millions of other people who are in the markets have. I was glad to answer as many as I could.

And that got me to thinking… many Strategic Tech Investor readers probably have the exact same questions.

That’s why today, I’d like to do the same with you. I’ve pulled out some of the popular questions I received at the conference, and am answering them for you now.

Take a look

A Savvy Play on the $284 Billion Mobile Commerce Market

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

When I appeared as a guest on the Fox Business Network the other week, I was asked my thoughts on the credit card Apple Inc. (Nasdaq:AAPL) will soon launch.

I can see why host Connell McShane was interested. After all, Apple is joining forces with two global powerhouses.

MasterCard Inc. (NYSE:MA) is a tech-savvy leader in processing credit card transactions. And Goldman Sachs ranks as one of Wall Street’s top investment banking firms.

More to the point, the new Apple card should be a hit with the key demographic group from 18 to 34. These are mobile-centric consumers who are used to shopping, investing, ordering rides and food, and sharing photos right from their smart phones.

Apple is onto something big here. I believe “Generation M” – my term for young folks who seem to have been born with cell phones in hand – will find this wildly appealing.

But as much as I like Apple’s new product, I think there is a better way to capture the full upside that mobile commerce offers.

It’s an investment that’s nearly doubled the market’s returns so far this year. And it faces plenty of upside ahead…

Let me show you why

Recent Articles