Archive for February, 2017

Five Reasons You Can Still Profit From the Best Stock of 2016

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

It pays to be a tech investor with a solid system for crushing the market.

In fact, I just watched such a system pay off 265% for some of my paid-up members in a little less than a year.

Let me show you what I mean…

The system I’m talking about are the five rules for finding the best tech stocks – before they take off. These five filters – which you can find in Your Tech Wealth Blueprint – make it much easier to spot the winners from the losers.

Take the case of the Silicon Valley leader I recommended to readers of my Nova-X Report on Feb. 26, 2016. At the time, this company was largely out of favor on Wall Street.

But just five days after my initial rec, this company broke out on heavy volume. It would go on to become the top-gaining tech stock of 2016.

Today, let’s walk through the process we used to select this chip leader that crushed the market by 24-fold.

And if you’re thinking of checking out now because this is “old news”… don’t.

This isn’t just a history lesson.

There’s still plenty of giddy-up left in this horse…

In Tech Investing, Look for Opportunities Still on the Frontier

4 | By Michael A. Robinson

A couple of weeks ago, I told you that some of my longtime readers made more money on Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) because their shares fell sharply along the way.

If that sounds counterintuitive, then you’ll want to pay close attention to today’s report.

That’s because I’m going to show you how they did it using one of our best trading techniques.

Better yet, I’m going to show you how to do the same thing with the stocks you own now.

If you invest now…

With This Trading Technique, You’ll “Strike Gold” Every Time

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

A couple of weeks ago, I told you that some of my longtime readers made more money on Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) because their shares fell sharply along the way.

If that sounds counterintuitive, then you’ll want to pay close attention to today’s report.

That’s because I’m going to show you how they did it using one of our best trading techniques.

Better yet, I’m going to show you how to do the same thing with the stocks you own now.

Let’s get started…

There’s One Way to Cash In on the Snapchat IPO – Without Buying SNAP

9 | By Michael A. Robinson

Wall Street is salivating over the upcoming public debut for Snap Inc.

And who can blame them?

The initial public offering (IPO) for this developer of the popular instant-messaging service Snapchat will likely be huge.

And I’m not exaggerating.

Once shares begin trading as soon as next month, Snap could be valued between $21 billion and $25 billion – making it the largest U.S. tech IPO since that of Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) back in 2012. That’s a figure that could serve as a big catalyst for the rebounding IPO market.

Also salivating: thousands and thousands of retail investors… and maybe even you.

But hold on…

As a longtime Silicon Valley insider, I love IPOs. If you’re an investment banker, venture capitalist, or company insider, you can make a fortune with them. (Plus, nothing keeps a bull market running like popular new issues that bring fresh cash out of the sidelines.)

However, most investors should avoid buying Snap – or any other company going public – at the open.

At that point, you’re likely to pay top dollar and very well could see the value of your investment drop immediately and steeply.

No fun.

But we’ve got a way around that.

In fact, we’ve got a way to cash in on the Snap IPO with none of that risk.

It’s an investment that will bring you many years of profits.

And you can get in right now…

This Play Gets You Into the Singularity Era’s “Engine”

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

As I predicted in my 2017 outlook a few weeks ago, tech is off to a screaming start to the year. The tech-centric Nasdaq Composite is up close to 7% versus the S&P 500’s 3.9%.

Here’s the key: As the years go by, Silicon Valley will be providing more and more of the technology that’s becoming critical to our society’s existence, like broadband and mobile communications, wearable tech, sensors, virtual and augmented reality and medtech.

That’s exactly how the Singularity Era works…

However, virtually none of that can exist without the fundamental component I’m going to tell you about right now. It’s absolutely indispensable to innovation, miniaturization, mobilization and utilization.

This little part enables the global spread and adoption of technology – and you bet it enables massive tech profits, too.

So the play I have in mind has lots of upside wired in…

This Guy Is Going to Be the Tom Brady of High Tech

4 | By Michael A. Robinson

When the New England Patriots fell behind early on during Super Bowl LI, I told my wife not to worry.

That’s because Tom Brady reminded me so much of my favorite quarterback of all time – Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers.

Both these players prove how you can stun the world by staying calm, sticking with a good game plan, and focusing on winning. It’s all about leadership and teamwork.

I bring this up because there’s an emerging tech CEO whose performance reminds me a lot of Brady’s. And when you find a CEO like that – you know you can crush the market.

When a once-struggling tech giant appointed this CEO three years ago last week, I pegged him as a winner – even if he hadn’t won big like Brady… yet.

With this brilliant executive at the helm, I knew this firm met the mandate of Rule No. 1 of our tech wealth-building system – “Great companies have great operations.”

Since then, the stock has gone on to defeat all comers – beating the broader market by more than 140%.

But this guy is going to be the “Tom Brady of High Tech” – and so this company will keep beating the competition for years to come.

And it could still make you another quick 50%…

Why “Don’t Panic” Is the Best Advice You’ll Ever Get

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Imprinted on the cover of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – the fictional “standard repository for all knowledge and wisdom” in the comedic sci-fi series of the same name by Douglas Adams – is the phrase “Don’t Panic.”

Arthur C. Clarke, a British science-fiction author even more renowned than Adams, called it the “best advice” that could be given to humanity.

He was right.

That’s why the same sentiment is behind Rule No. 2 of our five-part investing system, which says to “Separate the signal from the noise.”

And I hope you followed that rule back in the summer of 2015, when it seemed like all of Wall Street and Silicon Valley were panicked over Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL).

At the time, the so-called “experts” said the sun was about to set on the world’s most valuable tech franchise – and fled its stock in droves.

However, if you followed along here and put into action our tech wealth-building strategies when it came to Apple, then you’re sitting on some huge gains.

If you’re new around here, you can do the same thing.

Here’s how…

Trump’s Chinese Policy Can’t Touch This 40%-per-Year Sector

4 | By Michael A. Robinson

In his first days in office, President Donald J. Trump has made it clear that his tough talk on China was more than just campaign rhetoric.

He continues to criticize the world’s second-largest economy for what he says are unfair trade practices. Not only that, but he’s also suggested slapping up to 45% tariffs on Chinese imports.

Along the way, he has lambasted U.S. tech firms that outsource production to China and then sell those goods here at home.

And then there’s the South China Sea. During his confirmation hearing, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said China should be blocked from the artificial islands it’s built in this crucial shipping route.

With all this saber-rattling, now would seem to be the worst possible time to invest in anything related to China.

I don’t know about you, but that kind of thinking – that kind of pessimism – just makes me dig deeper… to do more research. Because I know there’s always a place to make money in any market.

You just have to find it.

And my excavations have uncovered a sizzling Chinese tech sector that lies well beyond the reach of the leader of the free world.

Today we’re going to investigate a unique vehicle that allows us to tap into firms that are growing as much as 40% a year.

And that will boost your initial investment by similar amounts.

Let’s dig in…