The Five Trends That Could Help This Tech Firm Double the Market’s Returns

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I don’t know about you, but I would love to own a piece of the Fast & Furious movie franchise.

I recently saw a preview for the ninth installment set to debut in the spring of 2020. I’m a big fan of the action-adventure genre in general, and this series of movies in particular.

It features a group of misfits who transform from street racing hot rods to become an international espionage team.

Don’t scoff, there’s big money here. To date, the nine movies have brought in more than $5 billion.

Here’s the thing. Something similar is happening in the high-margin software sector.

Technically speaking, it’s a field known as “DevOps.” The term refers to the $50 billion up for grabs by helping companies make a transition from legacy systems to cutting-edge digital tech.

Today, I’m going to show you what I call ‘Software’s Fast & Furious.’ And I’ll reveal a company that will more than double the market’s return for years to come…

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How We’re Crushing the Market So Far This Year

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

These days just about every sane American is in love with Wall Street.

In fact, I haven’t seen the Street get so much positive publicity in many years.

And it’s easy to see why. All three major indexes posted massive gains for the first half of the year, tying decades-old records on the strength of June’s rally.

Consider that the S&P 500 had its best June since 1955 as the Dow logged its best performance since 1938. The tech-centric Nasdaq had its best June since 2000.

So, you might be tempted to think all you had to do was throw a dart at the stock tables to find a winner.

Truth be told, you can do far better – if you have a savvy tech expert carefully hand selecting stocks for you.

Just ask the readers of my Nova-X Report. They had four stocks that gained 100% each through the end of June.

Today, I’m going to show you how we did it, and how you can get in on the sizzling action here…

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