My friend Gabe Weis is not a famous tech CEO or VC, but he’s still the key to an outstanding profit opportunity today.
You see, he’s a very talented contemporary painter focused on modern cubist faces, and highly successful to boot.
This rising star already has more than 67,000 followers on Instagram, where he often sells his paintings through direct messages.
In less than three years, my wife and I have made at least 500% on one of his works.
A big reason for that massive gain is the fact that Gabe is a very popular seller of NFTs.
That’s short for nonfungible tokens, a type of digital asset. NFTs are turning the art market on its ear after a digital package recently sold at auction for a cool $69.3 million.
Today, I’ll show you a backend way to invest in NFTs with a crypto-savvy fintech leader that just scored its best earnings report ever…
For anyone who doubts that high tech is now driving the American economy, I have one word for you – COVID.
Never before in our history have we seen basically the entire country go on lockdown.
Not even in the Great Depression did nearly every hotel, restaurant, factory, office building, and retail store close in a heartbeat.
No wonder Wall Street freaked out and sent the S&P 500 down 34% between February 19 and March 22.
Turns out America had an ace up its sleeve, a big one – high tech.
It drove the economy’s historic rebound with 7.4% GDP growth in the third quarter.
That puts three key enabling technologies front and center. All three crushed the market in 2020.
Make no mistake. They will boost a strong recovery in 2021, particularly in the second half of the year.
Earlier this week, I spoke with you about how to plan ahead to take maximum advantage of the opportunities that these technologies and others will create in the coming year.
Now today, I want to show you exactly why these technologies will lead the market higher next year and reveal a great way to play each one of them…
You’d have never known that I took the whole winter off from trap shooting.
After a five-month break, I came right back and had my best scores ever – 99 out of 100 with 82 straight hits.
This is no mean feat. After all, trap is a shotgun sport where you have to hit a target the size of a compact disc that flies away from you at oblique angles at about 45 miles per hour.
Now then, as good a shot as I am, I know for a fact I can’t hit a moving target – or of any kind for that matter – while wearing a blindfold.
And yet… that’s pretty much what Congress and the Trump administration are trying to do.
Here’s the thing. The president and members of both parties in the House of Representatives want to investigate Big Tech for alleged antitrust problems.
Today, I’m going to show you why this is a terrible idea. And I’ll also show you a great tech-related investment that will power right through all these concerns…
Check it out…