Here’s The Secret to Making the Real Millions on IPOs

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I just love it when a hot new tech stock crashes.

Please don’t think I’m taking delight in watching folks lose money. Well unless it’s those “geniuses” on Wall Street. Just saying…

Here’s the simple truth. If folks don’t listen to me, I can’t help them.

I have said for many years now that the average retail investor should avoid buying high-tech initial public offerings (IPOs) when they first start trading. When you buy at the open, you really risk losing your hard earned money.

It’s much better to wait a little more than six months from the open. That’s when insiders can sell, an event that usually means a big drop in price.

Had you followed that advice with a savvy cloud provider I’ve recommended, you could have made 863% in just a tad more than five years.

But if you bought at the open, you risked losing more than half your capital.

Today, I want to tell show you why this market-crushing tech leader is exactly what I have in mind when I say you only need a few winners like this to become a high-tech millionaire

How Can Apple Keep Up in the Cook Era?

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

When we spoke a few days ago, I noted how my friend “Pete” had passed on recommending Apple Inc. (AAPL) to his Wall Street clients.

This was back in 1997, around the time the late Steve Jobs returned to run the Silicon Valley Legend. Since then, the stock has experienced the kind of gains that can turn $10,000 into $3,433,860.

Today, I have another anecdote to share with you regarding Apple. This one involves a friend I will call “Steve.”

Back in the summer of 2012, Steve told me over lunch that he had recently sold all his Apple stock. He said he did so because he felt that the new CEO Tim Cook would never match the innovation that occurred under Jobs.

It’s possible I need to make savvier friends…just saying…both missed the boat on Apple – and left a lot of money on the table.

Under Cook, Apple has continued its historic run, rising as much as 395.6% in a little more than eight years.

Today, I want to show you why Apple could double again in value

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