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My Readers had the Chance to Crush the Market by 186% in 2019, but 2020 Looks Even Brighter

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

There’s no doubt about it. We are living in a time of astounding financial opportunities.

Last year, was a great one year for the average retail investor, continuing the epic bull market that began in March 2009. As we move into 2020, it looks like it has the potential to keep right on going.

The terrific economy that we’ve had has helped propel stocks to record highs. Unemployment remains at 50-year lows as real income adjusted for inflation is moving up for millions of Americans.

In a case like this, you’d think all you have to do from here on out is just coast on autopilot. After all, the bellwether S&P 500 was up roughly 28.9% for the year as of the close on December 31.

But, as impressive as that sounds, you could do much better in 2020.

That’s because the S&P 500’s numbers for the year are nothing compared to the gains members of my monthly tech investing newsletter, the Nova-X Report, scored in 2019.

Indeed, our three best performers for the year more than doubled the S&P.

With that in mind, today I want to reveal three stocks that made my Nova-X members tons of cash and show you how to get in on all the action

Play These Three Tech Sectors for the Most Upside in the New Year

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I’ve been writing about 5G high-speed cellular networks for more than five years now, and I couldn’t be more excited for what’s ahead in 2020.

Sure, 2019 saw a fair amount of progress in rolling out this advanced new platform. The nextgen mobile network is available in a few markets.

But we have a big catalyst coming in fall 2020. That’s when Apple Inc. (AAPL) unveils a new iPhone that’s 5G native.

Don’t underestimate the importance of this move. Apple sets the standard for the rest of the sector.

5G will be important for the entire tech ecosystem in the year ahead, and it’s just one major catalyst that investors should track. There are key developments with chip stocks and beaten-down software and cloud players that all matter to your portfolio.

That’s why today, I’m going to show you how you can profit from all three of these exciting growth sectors in the upcoming year

Investor Confidence is Back, Here’s Who to Buy in 2020 to Cash In

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

Without semiconductors, there is no American economy. That’s because the American economy is driven by tech, and tech is driven by semiconductors. After an outstanding jobs report, big media is finally coming around to my point of view that tech investors have lot of upside ahead, and very few reasons to be worried. In times like these, it’s important to look for the pick-and-shovel plays that will be supporting development in as many breakout sectors as possible. The right semiconductor plays will be able to profit from the rollout of 5g wireless, along with advances such as cobots, robots that cooperate with humans in the workplace. With new breakouts just around the corner in 2020, you’re not going to want to miss the firms that will be holding it all together. Click here to watch.

Five Rules for Scoring Gains While Wall Street’s Stuck on Trade War News

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

There’s a memo going around Wall Street.

It says to stay away from investing in Chinese stocks during our trade battles with that nation.

It’s a good thing that someone forgot to give Daniel Zhang a copy.

Here’s the thing. While tariffs the U.S. imposed on some Chinese goods have slowed factory output over there, that has hardly filtered down to the nation’s thriving Web sector.

And that’s where Zhang is really shining right now. He’s the CEO of Internet giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (BABA) and just pulled off a remarkable coup.

In the first hour of the firm’s recent Single’s Day shopping bonanza Nov. 11, it brought in $13 billion. No, that’s not a misprint. Alibaba sold more goods in 60 minutes than hundreds of U.S. firms do in a year.

By contrast, that’s roughly 80% of what Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) pulled in last quarter.

With that in mind, today I going to reveal five reasons why this stock will continue to beat the broad U.S. market by more than 30% a year

How You Could Get a Piece of One Cloud Firm’s $500 Million Deal

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

My wife and I recently traveled nearly 20 hours to return from a trip to Barcelona only to get out of bed the next morning and have no electricity.

Here’s the thing, when you don’t have power, you don’t have comms. We had no Wifi since the provider didn’t have enough back up power in place.

Even more frustrating was that our smart phones were all but useless. Forget surfing the Web to get information about PG&E Corp. (PCG) and its planned shutoffs.

On top of all that, we had no real cell service, meaning we couldn’t make calls from our home. Our neighbors said that their land lines were also useless.

That’s when it really drove home something that we all take for granted -modern communications like text messages, email and phones are totally integral to our lives.

They’re so important that the goal of unifying all these services recently led to a $500 million deal for a cloud-based communications firm.

Today, I’m going to reveal the winner of this new pact and show you why it will more than triple the market’s returns

Owners of This “Universal Tech Play” Are Going to Look Smart

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

There’s a tech “play” out there that gives us access to just about everything: solar panels, data storage devices, tablets, smartphones, cars and trucks, and even high-definition TV sets.

But that’s just the beginning.

It also puts us in antibiotics… water purification systems… and even NASA spacecraft.

And I bet that most of you have a piece of this “Universal Tech Play” on you as we speak.

I’m talking about silver.

Most investors think of it as a precious metal – a way to store value.

But you’re not “most investors,” and you now know that silver – this Miracle Material – has a special set of properties you won’t find in other commodities. It’s an excellent electrical and thermal conductor; it provides a durable and smooth coating for many tech components that can’t have imperfections; and it has anti-microbial properties that help medical devices stay germ-free.

Washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners, air purifiers, and vacuum cleaners all rely on silver nanoparticles to sterilize up to 650 types of bacteria.

And right now, another hot growth area is just starting to develop for silver – nanotechnology.

Engineers have begun tinkering with this metal, looking for ways to apply wafer-thin layers of silver to a range of industrial and medical products.

While silver prices have been weighed down by strong economic figures lately, this shouldn’t deter you long term. In fact, the best time to find great bargains in silver is before another price surge.

Here’s where to look…

How We’re Going to “Short” Samsung

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

On Monday, I appeared as a guest on CNBC World, where I was interviewed by hosts in Singapore and Seoul.

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (OTC: SSNLF)and the totally botched release-recall-discontinuation of its new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. That’s the phone that’s been catching fire – and even forced the evacuation of a commercial flight prior to takeoff.

The CNBC hosts asked me what the financial impact would be if the company stopped selling its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone entirely (the company hadn’t done so yet at the time). I answered that it was impossible to know how big a charge against earnings the firm would take – though, clearly, it could run into the billions.

Now, a few days after the company discontinued the phone, we know this: Samsung investors saw the value of their South Korea-traded shares lose some $17 billion in value Tuesday in what was the biggest single-day decline for this stock in eight years. And Samsung itself says it expects to lose well over $5 billion in profit – about half of what it earned in 2015 – thanks to the debacle.

Oof…

I take no pleasure in Samsung’s misfortunes. But as your guide to building wealth through tech investing, I want to show you a simple way to “short” this quality control-challenged tech giant – and make some money for yourself.

Take a look…

Facebook Wasn’t the Only Tech Star to Book a Killer Quarter

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

This was supposed to be a lousy quarter for earnings.

But even the dourest of bears are starting to admit that’s not so.

The Wall Street Journal begrudgingly reported that forecasts for second-quarter profits for the S&P 500 came in better than expected.

The leading financial daily said per-share earnings were expected to decline by 2.6% for the period, or less than half the usual forecast for the June quarter.

facebook-app-phoneBut,” the Journal added – relishing the chance to add a sour note to its report – “that is no thanks to the technology sector.”

From where I stand, though, it looks like the good folks at the Journal just don’t know how to analyze technology stocks.

Fact is, four major tech firms just turned in top-shape earnings reports that are further bolstering the market’s post-Brexit rally. (You probably heard about the historic one from Facebook Inc.)

Consider that since the market started bouncing back on June 27 the tech-centric Nasdaq Composite has gained 12.7%. That’s49% better than the S&P 500’s returns.

Do you need further proof – more reasons – that you must be a tech investor if you want to ride the unstoppable trends that will beat the market?

Well, I’ve got four of them…

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