No matter how tempting it might seem. Tech investors need to avoid making a huge mistake this summer.
We are anticipating a steady wave of IPO news over the next several months. You can expect Wall Street’s hype machine to be backing them in full force, but falling for the hoopla could lose you a lot of money.
Wall Street bankers note that firms going public in the US could bring in a cool $40 billion -a remarkable record for the summer months.
Let me explain. If you’ve followed along with me for even a short time then you know I generally tell retail investors to avoid initial public offerings (IPOs) at the open and I stand by that.
Fortunately, I have identified a unique leader with deep expertise in financing Silicon Valley startups that later go public.
We’re talking 30,000 pre-IPO firms to date with more on the way and the company just reported a 293% earnings gain.
Let me show you why this is a great way to invest in new tech firms with a stock set to have a big run…
To understand today’s investment potential, I have a visual aid that you can access right now.
In fact, it’s on your hand.
Take a moment and look at one of your thumbnails. Even if you have a large one, it’s probably less than one square inch.
Now, imagine putting 1,000 tiny electronic objects on it.
Seems like it would be pretty difficult to get all of those on there, right?
Now, imagine millions of tiny electronic objects are sitting on your fingernail.
Looking at your hand, that probably seems downright impossible.
And yet, it is possible – along with so much more – thanks to the advancements in semiconductors.
IBM, in partnership with Globalfoundries and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., announced in April that it is developing a 5-nanometer chip that could squeeze 30 billion transistors into a semiconductor the size of your fingernail.
These advancements will play a role in everything from connecting people to the Internet of Things (IoT) to increasing smartphone battery life up to three times to improving the longevity of your other tech devices.
This is big business, with the semiconductor market worth $430 billion.
Of course, as you can imagine, getting all of those tiny transistors to work is tricky stuff.
Today, I’m going to show you a leader in electronic design automation (EDA), which is essential to the design of semiconductor chips and making sure they work properly.
This aggressive firm can handle the core development work for chips, printed circuit boards, and all related hardware systems.
It’s hard work, but you don’t have to lift a finger as the firm doubles your money…
When we spoke on May 26, I noted that the whole field of robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) were not just things from science fiction novels; companies are using AI and robotics to produce real-world applications right now that could make you a lot of money.
If you invest in them today.
For example, software-driven AI is allowing computers to write songs and become the brains behind machines that can pick strawberries.
And software is just one part of the story here, which is why I want to look at the flip side of that investing coin – the hardware needed for software to run.
Specifically, I’m talking about robots.
The investment thesis has only improved since we spoke three months ago because there’s nothing like a global pandemic to put more emphasis on using intelligent machines wherever possible.
Doing so cuts down on the risk of infection for workers and can also add to the bottom line as a cost-saving measure.
So I believe that a recent forecast from market research company Mordor Intelligence showing a 25.4% yearly market growth through 2025 is too conservative.
Today, I’m going to show you how to invest in this lucrative field in a way that consistently beats the market…