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The Real Winner in the AT&T Merger Is Beating the Market by Nearly Threefold in 2016

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

This weekend, Donald Trump’s presidential campaign put out a 312-word press release.

In it, Trump economic advisor Peter Navarro says that major media organizations are becoming Standard Oil-style “trusts.” Further, Navarro says that Trump would “break up the new media conglomerate oligopolies that have gained enormous control over our information, intrude into our personal lives, and in this election, are attempting to unduly influence America’s political process.”

Trump sent out this message as a response to AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) announcing plans to buy Time Warner Inc. (NYSE: TWX) for more than $85 billion. He doesn’t like that deal much.

“AT&T, the original and abusive ‘Ma Bell’ telephone monopoly, is now trying to buy Time Warner,” Navarro wrote. “Donald Trump would never approve such a deal because it concentrates too much power in the hands of the too and powerful few.”

It’s a somewhat surprising anti-business stance, as it puts Trump in company with the likes of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders.

But that’s where we find ourselves this year…

Whether you’re in favor of this deal or not, I know you’re looking at it as a possible profit opportunity. You’re a tech investor – that’s how you think.

I want you to stop right there.

M&A deals like the proposed AT&T-Time Warner merger can help these companies beat their competition – and boost their share prices.

That’s obviously good news for investors – if they’re already “in.” However, you’re likely not “in” this one.

But I have a “workaround” around this problem. It will help you boost your earnings via tech-sector M&A… and you won’t have to get “in” early.

Take a look…

Introducing “Wearapeutics” – and the Best Way to Get the Most Profits Out of It

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

The Internet of Everything, a vast network of devices like phones, watches, clothing and even toothbrushes – all communicating, all collecting and returning data – has been one of the biggest tech stories of the past five years.

But I’m here to tell you that it’s about to get even bigger, even more profitable, by an order of magnitude. That’s because the Internet of Everything is about to crack open the healthcare market, with small networked wearable medical, prosthetic, and therapeutic devices set to explode onto the market.

I’m talking about wearable therapeutics – or “wearapeutics.” It’s going to be a healthcare game changer.

Today, I’m showing you just how big the wearapeutics market is going to get – and the one investment you need to hold long term to get the most profits out of this exciting development.

Take a look…

Record Highs Don’t Mean Smooth Sailing

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Veteran sailors and tech investors have one important quality in common.

They understand how to navigate choppy conditions.

That shared insight is something I know about firsthand. You see, I’ve been racing sailboats and covering Silicon Valley for close to 35 years.

eletter-boatIn recent years, I even found a way to combine those two loves: Though I eventually traded the rigors of racing for the simple joys of cruising, I now manage to go sailing on a regular basis with a couple of tech-investing pros – including one who’s a daily denizen of “the Valley.”

During one outing, we traded stories about battling whipping winds and four-foot-and-higher waves. And we talked about the market.

And here’s what we all agreed on: Despite the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 Index reaching record highs last week, the choppy seas we’ve seen in the markets for the past 18 months will continue for at least the near future.

But that doesn’t mean you should stay tied up at the dock.

Our goal here is to show you how to build wealth using tech investments.

Today I’m going to show you how to keep it…

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