Everything from Smartphones to Cars Will Need This Company’s Sensors

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I can say from experience that there’s one good thing about being forgetful; I usually get at least five minutes of movement a day just looking for stuff I’ve misplaced.

Luckily, technology is there to aid me when I really need it. We were running late for dinner recently when I couldn’t find my car keys.

Not to worry. I had just the tech device I needed – my Apple AirTag which located my keys and announced it with a loud ring.

Turns out millions of us are turning to what’s known as ultra-wide-band (UWB) wireless technology to find our keys and wallets, even unlock our cars.

And I have found a great way to play the UWB market forecast to grow by 19.6% a year through 2025.

It’s a stock that, since we talked about it last July, has more than quadrupled the S&P 500’s historic run.

Let me show you why I see even more upside going forward…

Congress’s New Military Budget Is Giving Us a High-Tech Opportunity

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

The Pentagon and the US defense industry recently scored a massive budget victory that has largely flown under the radar.

And what really makes it noteworthy is the fact that, in such a deeply divided nation, such a big increase in defense spending garnered amazing bipartisan support.

The roughly $778 billion defense authorization act cleared the House last month with a lopsided vote in which a stunning 360 members voted yes as opposed to 70 nos.

That’s a 5-to-1 ratio in favor of supporting the nation’s fighting forces and defense contractors.

And in the Senate, the measure was even more lopsided. It passed 88-to-11 for a 7-to-1 margin of victory.

The votes come as we see a growing realization that the US faces rising geopolitical and military threats for an ascendant China and Russia and must.

And I’ve identified a contractor that’s positioned to benefit from the 5% Pentagon budget increase that goes along with this new bill.

The firm more than doubled the market’s returns last year and has more upside ahead…