E-commerce, video conferencing, gaming, and basically any stocks involved with staying at home have seen phenomenal returns this year with many stocks up over 100%. In light of that, it’s hard to know whether you are buying too late or if we are just at the beginning of a lasting trend.
Fortunately, there’s no better place to be forward-looking than tech because something new is always happening that leads to money-making decisions.
Take for example Chewy.com (NYSE: CHWY), an online retailer of pet food and other pet-related products whose stock is up almost 200% since the start of the pandemic. This here is a fundamental shift in e-commerce and consumer habits and not a one-time event.
With stores closed across the country, it’s understandable why this company has done so well, and I believe they will be able to sustain their newfound business as people discover the convenience.
The term “cloud” in “cloud computing” has always been a metaphor, until now. Traditionally, it refers to the fact that users can access data and applications anywhere in the world via the Web.
Of course, the information has always been coming from here on earth and resided in remote data centers. The idea was to say the world’s wealth of information was so ubiquitous it was like it was streaming down from a cloud.
And now, that image is about to go from metaphor to literal real-life. See, privately held SpaceX is planning to provide civilian and military cloud services by beaming them from low-orbiting satellites.
The project is projected to be able to give internet access to nearly every populated region of the globe in 2021.
Here’s the thing. To accomplish the bold mission, SpaceX has teamed up with one of the world’s top cloud computing firms.
Today, I’ll show how the new mission is part of its core expertise and why this exciting leader is set to double earnings from here…
This election is coming down to the wire, and right now, it could go either way. I wanted to take a break from keeping an eye on results as they continue to roll in to let you all know that, no matter how things shake out, there will be ways to play the outcome to make market-crushing profits.
Hearing that two of my neighbors had each gotten a new dog in one week may not sound like much.
But to me, those were important data points in a much larger trend. According to TD Ameritrade, 33% of Americans have considered getting a new pet to help keep them company amidst COVID restrictions.
They actually spell Big Money for savvy tech investors – if you know where to look.
I know this from personal experience. I follow the animal health care market because my dog, Roxy, has a bit of arthritis and may soon need to start a course of drugs.
And this knowledge can not only help America’s pet owners care for their companions but also find the hidden profit potential in animal healthcare technology.
It’s a growing market, as with much of the nation still working or attending school from home, demand for dogs is booming.
Consider that the U.S alone already boasts 300 million pets. Related health care on a global basis last year will soon be worth $327 billion.
Today, I’m going to reveal a leader in this key field of animal science that’s proven it can outperform the broader market by 50%…
Sending Bitcoin is cheaper and faster than sending a wire transfer, but it’s not mainstream; a 2019 survey conducted on behalf of Blockchain Capital found that only 11% of Americans own Bitcoin.
However, the number of people who own Bitcoin could change very quickly.
And after the 11% run-up we saw following this announcement, it could prove very profitable…