Archive for June, 2021

Jeff Bezos’s Trip to Space Could Send This Investment Rocketing Upwards

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

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…

When This Company Reports Earnings, We’ll Win No Matter How It Goes

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

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

And now, with their earnings report coming up next month, let me show you five very important reasons why I still believe in this company just as much as ever

Even Construction Is Going Digital – and Warren Buffett Is Showing Us How to Play It

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

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.

Let me show you just how indispensable, and potentially profitable, this company really is…

Wall Street’s Latest Blunder Gives Us Genius Fund Management at a Big Discount

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

There’s even more money to be made from a conversation you and I had back on March 30.

At the time, I told you the saga of Cathie Wood. She’s a brilliant fund manager running some of the best tech ETFs available in the market today.

But as I noted on that day, she has received a barrage of negative publicity because her funds are heavily out of favor.

After all, one of her ETFs, the ARK Next Generation Internet ETF has fallen 31% since it sold off starting on February 16. The thing is, that’s not the fund I want to talk to you about today.

But, for us savvy tech investors, this pullback is very good news indeed.

Here at Strategic Tech Investor, we know that having the courage to go against the grain means you can really smoke Wall Street.

Here’s the thing; Wood recently launched an ETF focused on the new industry of space exploration that will be worth $20 billion by 2030.

With Wood’s amazing track record as our guide, let me show you why this new ETF could gain more than 335% from here…

The Best Time to Cash in on E-Commerce Is Still Right Now – Here’s How

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Wall Street thinks that the end of the pandemic will shift focus away from online sales. They’re dead wrong, and their mistake is giving us an excellent moneymaking opportunity.

I mean, on paper, their assumption makes some sense.

After all, millions of us have been on lockdown for more than a year and But while that may cause an uptick in revenue at physical retailers, I believe this will be a short-term bounce.

The future of retailing belongs to e-commerce. And that’s particularly true of the niche market for handmade goods that has shifted online with huge momentum behind it.

And even if you don’t think about it very often, that’s a market with a global value of $718 billion, according to forecasters at IMARC.

And I’ve found the tech firm with a unique way of capturing this lucrative niche.

Even better, the firm just reported a whopping quarterly earnings increase: a 900% jump in per-share profits.

Let me show you why there’s still so much upside ahead…

Wall Street Counted This CEO Out – Now She Could Make You a Fortune

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Whatever you do, don’t underestimate Lisa Su.

That’s exactly what Wall Street did when the veteran chip executive became the CEO of a storied Silicon Valley firm a little less than seven years ago.

Today, it’s a far different story. Wall Street now sings Su’s praises.

When Su’s appointment was announced on October 11, 2014, the stock went exactly nowhere.

Even worse, over the next nine months, the stock was off by more than 30%.

On the surface, you can see why. The company she was about to helm was bleeding cash and losing money.

There were rumors all over the Valley that one of the world’s more important chip firms would soon seek bankruptcy protection.

The reason: in 2012 alone, Su’s company lost more than $1 billion.

But now, Under Su, the stock has gone from $2.62 to a recent close of $75.50.

Per-share profits are doubling every 11 months.

Let me show you why there’s still plenty of upsides ahead…