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With 213%, 99.9%, 88% Gains, This Winning Track Record Could Be Yours (More Profits Ahead for 2022)

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Even this far into 2022, Wall Street is still priding itself on what a great year 2021 turned out to be. After all, the S&P 500 returned a stunning 26.9% – which is hard to beat.

And this year has admittedly been quite a challenge dealing with inflation, war, rising energy prices, and market volatility.

But while both Wall Street and Silicon Valley run on hype – filling you up with marketing razzle-dazzle designed for them to profit at your expense – we know an excellent track record is what’s really important in investing.

And our Nova-X Report track record speaks for itself – beating Wall Street’s returns by more than 28% in 2021.

Before that,Nova-X closed out 2020 with average gains of 25%, beating the S&P 500 by 56.2%. In 2019, we notched average gains of 78.7%, beating the broad market by a smoking hot 172%.

That means our three-year average market beat comes to an impressive 85.3%.

And despite a tough market, we’re still going strong in 2022.

The secret to our success? Experience.

After some 38 years analyzing tech investments, I developed a unique way to combine my tech expertise with stock fundamentals and technical analysis.

And sharing that expertise with our Nova-X members has resulted in winning trade recommendations that have smoked the overall market for the past several years.

2022 will be no different.

So today, I’ll show you three of the biggest winners that really helped us just crush the broad market in 2021 – plus give you an inside look at how we’re still doing it so far this year so YOU can have a chance to join in on the profits…

First Read with Strategic Tech Investor: Here’s What’s Happening This Week

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Sector Watch: Defense

The Western defense sector is surging as Russia’s assault on Ukraine enters its second bloody month. Stocks like Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) and Northrop Grumman Corp. (NOC) that were slumping in December and January are powering much higher right now. Governments across the NATO alliance are boosting their defense spend – notably Germany committed to contributing 2% of its GDP to defense. There are still some hidden, undervalued stocks here, though…

Strategic Tech Updates

Fintech gains momentum, the war deepens, and Meta gets serious

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

We’ve used money for 5,000 years or so, but it’s about to get a lot more interesting – and useful and versatile, to boot. Fintech is finally coming into its own with the advent of cryptocurrency, the blockchain, and decentralized finance in general. Stocks like PayPal Inc. (PYPL) and Block Inc. (SQ) are two of the must-own names in this space; the foundation of every fintech portfolio. But some of the most promising opportunities in this space are still in the startup stage – where successful angel investments could have “generational wealth” potential. Here’s what we mean…

Special: What Interest Rate Hikes Mean for Your Tech Stocks

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

Normally after a rate hike, stocks could be expected to go down. In this most recent case, though, they did the opposite.

The day of the rate hike announcement, investors acted like it was business as usual. The NASDAQ closed the day 3.1% higher after Powell spoke and then the S&P 500 started 2% higher today.

Even global stock market started the day higher in Japan and China.

There are a few reasons why this is the case. First, these rate hikes have been “baked in,” that is to say, expected, for months now, and much of that expectation is already reflected in share prices. It’s also likely investors were reassured by Powell’s contention the Fed has everything under control, and his much more optimistic 2022 inflation forecast.

But still – it’s not smooth sailing right now, and this is what you need to keep in mind…

Here’s What to Do With This Week’s Earnings, a Deep Chip Shortage, and a Biotech Shock

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

The world is understandably focused on fossil fuels at the moment, and leaders in Washington, D.C., Brussels, London, and elsewhere are actively discussing a ban on Russian oil imports. Such a move, still only a possibility at this point, would take as much as 8% of the world’s oil supply off the table. A possible Russian oil ban could jolt markets beginning today.

4 Expert Investing Tools You Can Use to Double Your Profits in This Volatile Market

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Tech stocks giving up a lot of value in recent months might have some investors jumping to the conclusion that the sector’s great bull market has come to an end. They couldn’t be more wrong.

On paper, that might make sense. After all, Wall Street is worried that rising 7% inflation and the prospect of higher interest rates expected this month is curbing growth .

And sure, the market and the economy are fac ing new challenges daily as the war between Russia and Ukraine plays out .

There’s no denying that we are in volatile times, where it seems like figuring out if the market will be up or down that day is no better than a coin toss.

But don’t believe it.

If you let the COVID recession scare you into cashing out of tech in March 2020, you would have left a of money on the table. Because from the time the Nasdaq bottomed out on March 23, 2020, to its recent peak last November 19, the Nasdaq soared 134%.

The fact is that we have long since passed the tech tipping point.

And I have more confidence than ever that tech will continue to put us on the road to wealth no matter what the world throws our way.

In an uncertain climate like this, you don’t need to panic-sell based on headlines. What you really need is guidance to help you rest easy at night, knowing your wealth is protected.

And with these four tools, you won’t just be able to protect your wealth – you’ll be able to grow it – even in today’s uncertain climate…

Here’s What to Do as Russia Attacks, Defense Stocks Soar, and More Earnings Hit the Street

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

The war in Ukraine has amped up fears all over the world, and investors are no exception. The S&P 500 is down more than 3% for the month of February, for instance. At times like these, it’s more important than ever to be selective about your holdings. Our defense plays are doing very well right now, as you’d expect during times of global tension. One key defense-sector ETF we’re watching is up nearly 9% for the month. Two of our most recent plays, Lockheed Martin Corp. (LMT) and Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings (AJRD), are up 10% and 5% over the past few days. You can get up to speed on Michael’s most recent research right here.

This Tech Stock Is Your Secret to Profit in Today’s Volatile Market

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

A new Bank of America report is bound to shine a spotlight on bonds.

BofA is predicting the Fed may interest raise rates up to seven times this year, many moving yields from near zero to as much as 3%.

I bring this up because other analysts have suggested one of the reasons behind the recent tech selloff is rising bond yields.

Here’s the thing. If I were you, I would be very cautious about making big moves into bonds.

As yields rise, bond prices fall – meaning you could get hammered if you need to sell.

Moreover, with so much uncertainty in the air, I believe we’re likely to see a lot of volatility in bonds.

But what if you could find a tech leader who stands to gain from it all?

Today, I want to reveal a great one who is poised to double earnings in three years…

Navigating the Summer IPO Hype

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

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…