On July 20th, if everything goes as planned Jeff Bezos will go to space on the first passenger flight of Blue Origin, the privately held company that he founded.
He’ll be adding to a list of bragging rights that includes being one of the richest people on earth.
It also includes founding Amazon, laying the groundwork for the global e-commerce economy now worth more than $10 trillion, and giving rise to the $305 billion global cloud computing market by renting out spare servers.
More importantly, he’s going to be giving us an enormous chance for massive profits in the space travel industry.
I believe this flight will be a big catalyst for the coming era of space travel expected to be worth $800 billion in roughly the next decade.
Today, I’m going to reveal a great way to cash in on this new industry with a stock that has is roughly doubling the market’s returns…
Coming up next month, we’re about to have a golden opportunity to see a key aspect of my investing philosophy in action.
Just because Wall Street might panic after catching a scrap of bad news doesn’t change the fundamental outlook of an investment.
There’s no better time to keep than in mind than right now, with a firm I’ve been keeping my eye on about to report earnings.
That report is giving us a chance to repeat a big win that I called back on July 26 of 2019, when I brought you a medtech leader that I still believed in, even when their stock had just gotten throttled.
Bear in mind, I made that call the day after the company lost more than 25% of its value in a single session. I still believed in them then, and I was right. Since then, they’ve offered a potential 191% return.
Over the years, I’ve found that out-of-favor tech stocks can present huge buying opportunities because, after 37 years of experience in Silicon Valley, I know the lay of the land
The coronavirus crisis showed us all the hazards of relying on a lengthy supply chain like you would find in today’s construction sites. Having crews scrambling to find lumber, copper wire, and lighting supplies is a massive risk.
That’s why the tech-centric field of modular construction is an unstoppable trend. I even mentioned it when we spoke last September 22.
Now, if anything, the field’s yearly growth rate of 6.5% is bound to accelerate.
Even before the recent shutdowns and supply bottlenecks, Grand View Research forecast the field to be worth $178.4 billion by 2025.
The field is so potentially lucrative that the world’s most legendary investor is staking a claim.
That’s right, none other than Warren Buffett is backing modular construction.
A startup owned by Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. wants to make construction more like assembling automobiles, the main thrust of this sector.
The thing is, it will be impossible to achieve that goal without cutting-edge software. With that in mind, today I want to show you a great software leader who has a pole position in this field.
They just expanded their arsenal of products with a savvy merger that adds $1.7 billion to their addressable market. And they have triple-digit earnings growth on pace to double in 2.5 years.
Today, I want to tell you about a new way to judge the value of a high-tech stock. It’s especially important since it’s a great way to spot winners in a market under pressure from fears of rising inflation.
It’s called free cash flow per share. It tells you a lot about how the company is managing its profit margins because the higher those margins are the greater the firm’s free cash flow.
With that in mind, a firm that’s doubling its free cash flow per share every six years would be an investment well worth taking notice of.
And that’s exactly what I have in mind for you today with a storied and very well-run leader in the $430 billion semiconductor sector.
Even better, it’s returning a lot of that cash flow directly to investors through yearly dividend increases, with the yield now at 2.3%.
Let me show you just how price appreciation and great dividend growth make this stock such an excellent investment…
Cryptocurrency is here to stay. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that it’s an unstoppable trend. Let me be totally clear about this; at this point, I think that most investors should have at least some exposure to cryptocurrency in their portfolios. Now, there are different ways to do this, whether that’s through some kind of ETF or even buying the most basic cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum through easy services like those offered by PayPal Holdings Inc. (PYPL).