Articles About The Tech Sector

United, Japan Airlines, and Virgin Are Going All-in on This Breakthrough Supersonic Tech

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

In the 1960s, as the United States and Soviet Union set their sights on outer space and the Moon, the United Kingdom and France embarked on an expensive joint “moonshot” of their own: Concorde, the world’s first supersonic passenger airliner.

Concorde – at the bleeding edge of 1960s and 1970s aviation technology – transported passengers in fine style across the Atlantic Ocean in a matter of three or four hours, shrinking exponentially the distance between the global cultural and financial command centers of London, Paris, and New York.

Concorde flew for British Airways and Air France for nearly 35 years. It was a glamorous technological triumph, but a commercial failure, never able to sustain the passenger numbers needed for profitability. Concorde’s first and only fatal accident, in 2000, threw its problems into sharp focus, and the supersonic liner made its final flight into London Heathrow in 2003.

There have been no civilian supersonic flights to speak of in the 19 years since.

But there are tantalizing signs this is getting ready to change – and we can all look forward to faster travel across a smaller world in the near future.

After the Concorde stopped flying, there were still people with deep pockets exploring the possibilities of supersonic flying. Aviation consultant Brian Foley has said over the past two decades that he’s heard two thoughts frequently:

“The first is that no one denies there’s a market for supersonic jets,” and “The other thing is that manufacturers keep saying it will be within 10 years.”

Billionaire Robert Bass partnered with Boeing (BA) but recently gave up on his quest to build eight to 10 supersonic business jets.

Yet two other companies are still working on their version of the supersonic jet. Boston-based Spike Aerospace and San Jose-based Exosonic Inc. are working on projects, and Atlanta-based Hermeus Corp. is working with the United States Air Force on its supersonic vision.

Trouble is, most of these firms are still on the drawing board.

But a hungry, Denver-based aviation startup is hard at work on a radical new airframe – capable of hauling up to 88 passengers at speeds in excess of Mach 2.2, or about 1,600 miles per hour. That’s more than twice as fast as a Boeing 787 Dreamliner in normal cruise.

And whereas the competition is still in the drafting phase, this company is getting ready to fly its very own demonstrator this year.

Here’s the company to watch right now…

With This Stock, You Can Double Your Money while Fighting Cyber Crime

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Hackers have a new favorite type of cybercrime you need to watch out for. It’s called “SIM-swapping,” and incidents have increased more than five-fold over the last year – creating a huge problem for everyday folks and major corporations alike.

With SIM-swapping, cyber thieves are able to clone your phone and gain access to all kinds of sensitive personal and financial data, even bypassing two-factor authentication.

Once inside, they can drain money from your online accounts in as little as 90 seconds.

Victims have already suffered more than $68 million in losses in roughly 1,600 hacks, according to a recent FBI report.

In today’s burgeoning digital world, thwarting cybercrimes is big business. Fortune Business Insights predicts the cyber security market will more than double by 2028 to $366 billion.

And I’ve identified a savvy leader in the field on pace to double its earnings in less than three years.

It already has over 39,000 organizations using its platform, including HP Inc. (HP), Anheuser Busch InBev SA (BUD), state agencies, and even the Boston Red Sox.

Here’s what you need to know about the firm that’s leading the fight against cybercrime – and how it can make you money…

The Number One Travel Stock for Cashing in on America’s Tourism Comeback

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

A recent page-one story in the Wall Street Journal observed that hotels, restaurants, theme parks, and tourist destinations are expecting a massive rebound.

Now that tourism has turned the corner, millions of us will need help finding places to visit, dine, and stay.

I’ve seen this playing out first-hand, as my wife and I just experienced one of the most challenging ski seasons in more than a decade.

See, there is a bigger dynamic at play here – one that is helping to boost a big rebound in the global travel and tourism industry that was worth $1.8 trillion in pre-COVID 2019.

For us, we’re having a devil of a time either finding a convenient hotel with available rooms or literally paying as much as twice what we’ve paid in the past.

That’s where there is an opportunity for you to profit from this travel rebound.

With one of the top online travel leaders just posting a 140% earnings gain, let me show why there are more profits ahead for investors who cash in this travel stock today…

3 of the Best Dividend-Paying Tech Stocks to Power Your Portfolio

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

When we spoke on February 22, I told you about a biopharmaceutical firm that is paying investors a juicy 4% dividend.

Today, I have three more impressive tech leaders for dividend hunters to invest in.

Over the last decade or so, high tech and the life sciences have become great places to search for increasing yields.

Let me explain. See, in today’s market, where interest rates are set to rise at least three times this year, many investors are shopping for the fattest dividend payouts they can find.

But there’s a very profitable flip side to dividend investing and something we talk about here often, and for good reason – the power of compound interest.

For example, if a stock’s dividend is $1 and grows by 7% a year, the payout would double in just over a decade to $2. And when there’s price appreciation, it’s like getting free money.

With that in mind, I want to show you three tech leaders that have hiked their dividends by at least 50% in five years while also crushing the market…

What to know about earnings, U.S. electric vehicles, and Chinese robots

0 | By Strategic Tech Investor Staff

As tech investors, we know some of the biggest, most important tech companies in the world today started out in (very) humble garages. Their visionary founders worked hard, developed their ideas and products, and then boldly put them out there for the whole world to see. They didn’t do this alone – they had early investors backing them all the way. In the case of Apple, Microsoft, and many others, those earliest investors got the chance at life-changing wealth long before retail investors did. Now one of America’s most famous angel investors thinks history could be repeating itself in garages, dorm rooms, and labs across America. He’s investing $100,000 into small businesses like these because he believes the “next” Apple and Tesla are out there. He’s on a mission to find these up-and-coming visionaries before the world does, and he wants to know: Are you in or not?

What to Know About Big Tech Earnings, Jobs Numbers, and Military Spending

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

As I’ve predicted, quantum computing investment is intensifying. Last week, news broke that IBM has partnered with Quebec’s provincial government to deploy Canada’s first-ever quantum computing facility (though it’s IBM’s fifth quantum installation worldwide). The Quebec facility is expected to help advance the fields of battery development, artificial intelligence, microelectronics, and Cloud deployment. Michael’sresearch has already identified some of the top company’s investors can buy to maximize their profit potential on this mega-trend that you can read here.

This Company Brought Us COVID Vaccines, Now They Can Double Your Money in Less than Three Years

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

The pharmaceuticals industry has made huge strides forward in the last few years. Look at what MRNA has done. It’s allowed us to develop vaccines against the novel coronavirus in a previously unheard-of timeframe of less than one year.

Now a major pharma player has made a new acquisition a new space in order to continue diversifying their business.

Many investors might not think about cannabis when thinking about cutting-edge biotech, but that’s exactly where this Big Pharma industry leader is looking.

That’s why they recently agreed to pay some $6.7 billion for a company with a leading drug candidate that includes the use of cannabinoids.

And since we’re no ordinary investors, we know very well that overlooked opportunities like this one are often where the most impressive profits can be found.

I believe this merger shows exactly how the drug giant I have in mind for you today manages to stay on the leading edge of medical science.

The company also has a track record of successful drug partnerships including one that resulted in the breakthrough Covid vaccine I just mentioned a moment ago, as well as a new treatment pill designed to help revolutionize the fight against the global pandemic.

No wonder the company’s stock has been tripling the overall market’s returns.

Let me show you just how this storied firm stays competitive, and how they can make money for you…

Double Your Money in Three Years with This New Digital Pharmacy

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

When we spoke back on November 9, I told you what I’m calling the “autonomous world” is advancing at warp speed.

From self-driving delivery pods to automated factory lines, we’re seeing technology rollout that basically runs itself.

Today, I want to talk to you about another dimension of this new paradigm, autonomous pharmacies.

These automated systems can have a huge impact on an expensive and deadly medical problem.

Some 40% of all hospital admissions each year in the US alone are caused by adverse drug events, nearly all from legally prescribed drugs.

The med-tech firm I have in mind for you is a leader in a sector ResearchandMarkets says will more than double in the next five years to $35.5 billion.

No wonder this firm’s stock gained some 54% over the past year.

Let me show you why it’s poised to double earnings, with stock price likely to follow, in just under three years…