It’s not often a so-called financial writer so blatantly misreads a key tenet of the technology business.
But that’s just what I saw in a piece I came across a couple of weeks ago.
Offering his take on Tesla’s announcement that its new Model S sedans would feature some “self-driving” technology, the columnist bemoaned the vehicle’s high price. He worried that “America’s wealth gap will spread to the highways,” leaving regular folks behind.
However, this is how consumer technology always works – in the short term.
The wealthy are early adopters – they act as guinea pigs, essentially – giving tech companies the capital and time to perfect their technology and make it affordable.
So, instead of bashing the rich, today I’m taking a different route.
I’m going to show you what I think is the best way to profit from the $15 billion self-driving tech sector.
That piece of the greater automotive tech industry is on track to more than double by the end of this decade – and I think this stock could double a lot sooner than that.
As you’ve likely come to realize over the past few weeks, I’m a rules-based tech investor.
However, there are investments out there that don’t pass the rigorous five-part system found in “Your Tech Wealth Blueprint” – but are still worth taking a look at.
Today’s recommendation develops equipment that probes semiconductors and makes sure those chips work before they enter our smartphones and PCs.
I call these “Special Situations” – or “turnaround plays – and today I want to share one of them with you today.
I’m looking for this $9 stock to soar 50% in less than three years.
Now, not every Special Situation can succeed in its turnaround and produce those kinds of gains. That’s why I also have a set of rules when it comes to determining if these kinds of investments will become lucrative.
In fact, there are three tell-tale catalysts that can help you find these big-profit stocks.
Although I speak with Money Map Press Editorial Director Bill Patalon almost every day, it’s been some time since we actually engaged in a full-fledged question-and-answer session for your benefit.
In today’s conversation, Bill asks me about my outlook for stocks and helps me outlines a risk-management strategy every investor should follow (especially now). And together we highlight the half-dozen tech stocks that will point you down the road to meaningful wealth.
Twenty years ago Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) was on the ropes. Now, the IDevice king has risen 90-fold to become the most valuable company in the UnitedStates.
And Michael tells CNBC viewers that Apple is just getting started. On a recent appearance on Street Signs, Michael revealed how Apple’s symbolic move to the DowJones Industrial Average today will continue to cement Apple’s place in our tech driven economy.
A couple of weeks ago, I started talking with you all about how the road to wealth is paved by tech.
I told you there is still hope for you to build a fortune – and to be prepared for retirement – because of the massive profits that the right high-tech and life-sciences stocks can generate.
And to get you started, I shared “The Million Dollar Tech Portfolio.”
The five recommendations in that portfolio aren’t the only great tech investments out there, of course. And that’s why I put together “Your Tech Wealth Blueprint” – the five-part strategy that I use to find these companies before their shares begin to soar.
I hope you’ve had a chance to read through that blueprint, because today I’m going to use it to show you how a certain fast-growing small-cap healthcare firm meets and/or exceeds all five of my “Tech Wealth Secrets.”
And it’s a big one.
In fact, I believe it will double in value in less than three years.
That’s what Michael said today while describing the Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) ecosystem during his latest appearance on FoxBusiness. With a WebTV service set to roll out in the fall, Apple just added to its already robust ecosystem – and may have created the “tipping point” that gets a whole lot of cable viewers to cut the cord for good.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re locked in a nightmarish cycle.
Earlier this week, I told you I’d be back today “with a huge profit opportunity.”
And I’ve found a $6 medical-technology stock that’s riding a very powerful trend.
The company is a development-stage biotech firm that develops and markets diagnostic technologies that are used to screen for infectious diseases and monitor a number of cancers.
Its proprietary technology is likely to shake up the $50 billion in vitro diagnostics (IVD) market – and it’s doing so in the portions of that market that are growing the fastest. In other words, it’s following Rule No. 4 of Your Tech Wealth Blueprint – “Focus on Growth.”
This technology puts us one step closer to true “personalized medicine” –the customization of treatment regimens and pharmaceuticals for each individual patient.
And when I saw a new report showing that a“knowledgeable outsider” has grabbed 15% of the company’s outstanding shares, I knew I couldn’t wait any longer to bring this story to you.
With the arrival of the Apple Watch, Michael is asking one huge question: Will it make Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) the world’s first $1 trillion company?
The Apple Watch has no shortage of appeal. It’s yet another addition to Apple’s product “ecosystem” – which no other tech titan has yet to match, despite years of trying. The new smart watch also boasts an impressive battery life expected to last 18 hours.