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Why This Firm’s Leading the $48.8 Billion OLED TV Market

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I guess I should have gotten the organic light emitting diodes (OLED) big screen TV after all.

See, I watched every single episode of Game Of Thrones over the last several years on a plasma HD set. And yes I know, it’s old technology by today’s standards.

Here’s the thing. Though it’s an energy hog, plasma is great at rendering black and other dark colors realistically so that you get a great image with lots of depth.

But I have to say, it literally left me in the dark for the Game of Thrones episode the “Battle of Winterfell,” most of which was shot at night. People who own OLED sets say they didn’t have nearly the problem I did.

No wonder this technology is at an inflection point and set to see sales of $48.8 billion in just four years.

Then again, you’ll find OLED tech embedded in flexible electronics, lighting, computer and TV monitors, as well as smart phones.

And today I’m going to reveal the clear leader in this breakout tech field. And I’ll show you five reasons why it will continue to double the market’s returns…

Check them out

If You Missed Out on These 2017 Gains, Don’t Make the Same Mistake in 2018

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

I sure hope you’re not like Levi L.

Or Michelle M.

Or even Sean G., for that matter.

All three of these young people sat out one of the greatest bull markets for stocks in history. (At least that’s what they told The Wall Street Journal last week.)

All three told the Journal they worried about losing money.

That outrages me.

If these kids had started investing in an S&P 500-based fund since the launch of Strategic Tech Investor on March 26, 2013, they’d be sitting on 70.1% gains.

That’s not bad.

You Won’t Sweat Your Next Gut Check With These Three Tactics

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

The tech-centric Nasdaq Composite index hit a new all-time high on July 20. It was the Nasdaq’s 10th straight winning session.

The rest of the market is doing well, too. Last week marked the 27th new high for the S&P 500 this year, making 2017 one of the index’s best years in decades.

This historic bull market is now entering its ninth year.

And so, I know that many of you have been holding onto your cash and hoping for a selloff to lower prices.

You’re not alone. The Wall Street Journal reports that fund managers have increased their cash holdings by 10% this month, to 4.9% of assets.

I understand that impulse.

But I hope you’re not so inclined.

Because if you sat out the year so far, you left a lot of money on the table.

You know that now.

I’m here to tell you today that it’s still not too late to make your move.

But I know that will take a “gut check.”

That’s why I’m showing you three tools that will make that “gut check” easier.

They’ll keep you in the market – and give you the confidence you need to keep making big gains with tech stocks…

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I can’t say it often enough – the Road to Wealth Is Paved by Tech. And I can prove it…

Since the bull market began on March 9, 2009, the Nasdaq is up 346%. That’s more than 50% better than the S&P’s return over the period.

And it’s all because of the new Convergence Economy we’ve been talking about here for some time now. These days, every business is a tech business, meaning the sector will beat the overall market for years to come.

Having said that, however, it bears noting that no stock, sector, or market rises in a straight line forever. Sooner or later, the market will lose steam.

Let me be clear. I see plenty of upside ahead through the end of 2017. And it bears repeating this is not the time to horde cash and hope for better prices.

Instead, you want to be in tech stocks. And if you use these three Gut Check Tools, you can invest with confidence – and protect your market-crushing gains.

Take a look…

Stats Confirm: The Road to Wealth Is Still Paved by Tech

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

I’m writing today to ask you a simple question: Would you like to earn a 49,000% return on your investment?

Please don’t think I’m just being rhetorical here.

You see, I’ve been telling just about anyone who will listen for the last four years that the Road to Wealth Is Paved by Tech.

During that period, we’ve often been met with deep skepticism from the national media. But a there’s a powerful new stat that proves what we’ve been saying all alone.

A recent article in The Wall Street Journal showed that the single biggest gaining stock since 1926 is a tech leader I’ve recommended many times.

Thanks to its 49,000% return, had you put $10,000 into Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) back when it went public in the late 1990s, you would have walked away with $4.9 million.

Clearly those returns are once in a lifetime.

But the fact remains that you must do two things if you want to absolutely crush the market…

  • You must invest in high tech.
  • You must establish the right guide to help you separate the winners from the losers.

And today, we’ll figure out how to do both…

Your High-Tech Entry Into the Bulletproof Home Services Market

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

None of the problems in the beleaguered retail industry hits closer to home than that of Sears Holding Corp. (Nasdaq: SHLD).

Like me, you probably had a dad or uncle that swore by Sears for, if nothing else, its tools for various home-repair projects. Craftsman was a dominant tool brand for much of its 90 years – and Sears was the only game in town to get them for a time.

searsThe tools lasted seemingly forever and, when there was a rare problem, the warranties were fantastic and easy to use. Several generations of consumers simply refused to buy tools anywhere else.

Sears is defining case study for problems the retail space. Founded 131 years ago, Sears itself admits it’s close to closing its doors after losing $10 billion over the last decade.

To me, when Sears sold the Craftsman brand in January to Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK), they might as well have played “Taps” and raised the white flag.

Granted, Sears’ situation is far from unique. More than 8,600 brick-and-mortar stores will close their doors this year, according to Credit Suisse.

That’s a higher rate than the record year of 2008 – the height of the financial crisis. News of closures seems to arrive daily now.

Recent examples include Bebe Stores Inc. (Nasdaq: BEBE), which plans to close its 168 outlets and sell solely online, and Urban Outfitters Inc. (Nasdaq: URBN), which said the very future of the retail sector isin doubt.

But you never hear about two retailers closing stores – The Home Depot Co. (NYSE: HD) and Lowe’s Cos. (NYSE: LOW).

They’re riding the strength of the $700 billion global home services market.

Today, I want to tell you about a tech firm that made a key buyout in this bulletproof sector – and why the move could put money in your pocket.

Take a look

The Best “Car of the Future” Stock Gets You the Best “Car of the Now” Stock, Too

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

When it comes to tech investing, there’s a strategy that almost always works.

When you can, buy the “spinoff” plays.

You know what I mean.

With a spinoff, even a mature, seemingly humdrum business can create windfall profits for investors savvy enough to capitalize.

We’ve turned corporate spinoffs into wealth for us before here – including PayPal Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: PYPL) out of eBay Inc. (Nasdaq: EBAY).

Today we’re going to do it again. But we’re not looking at one of those humdrum businesses.

Instead we’re getting a peek at what I think is the single best pick in the “car of the future” space.

We’ve already made a lot of money with this company.

And this spinoff means we’re going to make a whole lot more…

Put These 433.3 Million People to Work – for You

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

This highly populated country is growing twice as fast as the United States. Plus, this global economic powerhouse keeps beating forecasts.

Yet over the past two years, one analyst after another – except for yours truly – has sounded the alarm and told investors to stay far, far away.

I’m starting to think that Wall Street just doesn’t understand China – or Frontier Investing… at all.

Are we even looking at the same data?

compass-stiChina just saw first-quarter GDP growth rate of 6.9%

That was its fastest pace of economic expansion since the third quarter of 2015… it was more than 5% above the nation’s own forecasts… and it came at a time when President Donald Trump was still blaming the world’s most populous country for unfair trade programs.

As impressive as this growth sounds, it misses “our” big picture – that the “Road to wealth is paved by tech.”

Some of China’s web leaders are growing 10 times faster than the nation’s GDP.

That’s a key moneymaking trend we want to be in on.

This is how you can get there…

With This Trading Technique, You’ll “Strike Gold” Every Time

1 | By Michael A. Robinson

A couple of weeks ago, I told you that some of my longtime readers made more money on Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) because their shares fell sharply along the way.

If that sounds counterintuitive, then you’ll want to pay close attention to today’s report.

That’s because I’m going to show you how they did it using one of our best trading techniques.

Better yet, I’m going to show you how to do the same thing with the stocks you own now.

Let’s get started…

The Secret to Tech Investing Isn’t Always “Disruption”

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Lean in – I want to let you in on a little secret.

Much of what the technology crowd – the media, marketers, analysts, etc. – tout to you as “disruptive” often isn’t.

I have to admit, I even do it myself sometimes in an effort to grab your attention. (Though I hope I always follow up those small bits of of hype with solid, profitable guidance – and that’s why you stick around.)

Consider cloud computing.

Many folks think of the cloud as a brand-new innovation. After all, the  cloud didn’t really get much traction on Wall Street until five years or so ago.

But really, the seeds for software-as-a-service (SaaS) were sown nearly 20 years ago. Back then, most folks logged onto the web using painfully slow dial-up connections – and so delivering and storing data and software on the internet couldn’t get much traction.

Well, it’s getting traction now: According to IDC, SaaS spending alone will be worth $50.8 billion by the end of next year – and will surpass $112.8 billion by 2019.

In other words, even though cloud computing got started back in the internet’s “Stone Age,” there’s still plenty of money to be made here – if you know where to look.

Of course, you could invest in one of the cloud giants – say, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) or Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT). But I like to dig deeper for you folks.

I like to find under-the-radar, “secretive” companies that can produce bigger and faster profits than those usual suspects. And I’ve found one that got its start as an SaaS provider of human-resources technology nearly 20 years ago, at the dawning of the “cloud era.”

Now, after going public less than three years ago, this firm growing faster than ever – doubling its sales roughly every 2.5 years. (With its share price following closely behind, helping its investors absolutely cream the market.)

That’s going to keep happening.

And it’s time for you to get onboard…

While Everyone Else Is Distracted, Stay Focused Here

3 | By Michael A. Robinson

Like many of you, I spent this morning glued to the television, watching the Inauguration Day festivities – and chaos.

And I expect to spend some more time tomorrow checking out whatever protests are going on.

But that’s it. No more distractions.

After that, it’s back to following Rule No. 2 of Your Tech Wealth Blueprint – the five-part system we use to identify the companies best positioned to yield hefty profits… the ones we want to invest in.

That means it’s time to buckle down and “Separate the Signals From the Noise.”

Turn off the news for a while and concentrate on following another one of our Tech Wealth Rules – No. 3 – “Ride the Unstoppable Trends.”

And one of the biggest tech trends going today has little to nothing to do with the presidential transition or the new administration’s goals – but it’s still unstoppable, and that means we need to keep watching it.

I’m talking about the need for broadband wireless internet speeds … known in the industry as 5G.

Today, I’ll not only show you why 5G is destined to become a vital Singularity Era technology that will change the way we work and live.

I’ll also show you how the need for 5G speeds affects me personally – and millions of other Americans.

Better yet, I’ll reveal a fast-growing, small-cap company that’s already playing an integral role in bringing 5G to “the masses”… and is poised to hand its shareholders market-crushing gains.

Take a look…