Between outstanding vaccine announcements, the possibility of new lockdowns looming, Biden elected, and stimulus and the senate uncertain, the media doesn’t know where the market is going, I’m not worried at all.
In my recent interview with the online news provider Cheddar, I break down all my best tips and forecasts for the biggest upcoming events in the news that could push the market, and how best to invest to ride the next big market wave instead of getting soaked by it.
Where tech goes, the entire U.S. market and economy follows. That means that, even if tech is driving the market higher and higher on average, the entire market is going to pull back when tech sees a downward move that’s so close to a correction that it might as well be one. But this is just a break from outstanding growth. And not only that, prices in tech are looking healthy compared to the broader market. It’s an important moment to avoid panicking and look for great opportunities to buy outstanding tech stocks at a discount. I’m expecting good things in the future for classic giants like Apple Inc. (AAPL) along with smaller firms like AudioCodes Ltd. (AUDC). Click to watch!
COVID-19 has proven what I’ve been seeing for the past decade: the entire economy is the tech economy. You may not think that retailers like Walmart Inc. (WMT) and Target Inc. (TGT) are tech companies, but they have been boosting their revenue this past quarter on the back of multiplying e-commerce sales. It just goes to show that not only do leading tech innovators drive growth in the market, but any company, no matter what they do, can give themselves a much-needed edge by keeping up with the times. Add in the fact that growth investors, largely fueled by tech, have made more money in ten years than value investors have in thirty, and its plain to see that the road to wealth is paved with tech. There are plenty of opportunities approaching in the era of all things digital. Click to watch!
The leading names in tech are continuing their legacies out outstanding gains that drive the entire market along with them, but making the best possible return takes more than a play on the clear front runners. Instead, the savviest investors will look for high-growth potential within the unstoppable trends. Amazon.Com Inc. (AMZN) is facing strong prospects, but Shopify Inc. (SHOP) is where the real potential for market-crushing growth lies. Meanwhile, as tech continues to lead the economy, and more and more parts of everyday life go digital, the chip sector is still at the heart of practically everything, and prepared to make its own gains from nearly any high-tech development imaginable. The outlook for the tech sector as a whole remains good. Click here to watch
Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) were bracing themselves for trouble when they warned early on that the coronavirus crisis might impact their next financial reports. That might be true, but that’s also the reason that the giants of big tech are in a great position to hang on and make an outstanding comeback, even if their stock prices drop in the short term. They are prepared to handle the challenge, whether that’s Apple transferring its business to purely online services, or Amazon.Com Inc. (AMZN) hiring to keep up with the now-indispensable delivery business. Not only that, but the fundamental long-term growth potential of new technologies like artificial intelligence hasn’t gone anywhere. A great moment to buy might be coming up soon. Click here to watch.
With the coronavirus pushing down the market, big leaders and some of the most promising names in tech are on sale for a bargain, but this is no time to jump in headfirst. The market is panicking, whether the virus is severe enough to justify it or not, and it’s too soon to tell where the bottom might be. This is the time for cautious plays and keeping an eye on the best stocks in tech and semiconductors, as leading chipmakers are still managing to make some daily gains. Excellent tech products still have a solid case for upside once this market pressure has passed. Click here to watch.
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.
You know, all of my adult life, I’ve been a hard-hitting fiscal conservative. If you’d come to me two or three years ago and said there’s a new government mandate – a California government mandate – that Michael Robinson was going to love and endorse, I would’ve laughed you out of the room. But, my new research has completely shifted my stance. Here’s the thing… Click here to watch.
Roku Inc. (ROKU) has been having some good days in early November, and it’s perfectly positioned to capitalize on the rise of streaming; but its future is not necessarily certain. The streaming platform has had to deal with some price instability after its quick rise, and now the question of whether its freemium pricing model can meet consumer demand is surfacing. Meanwhile, the digital streaming market is full of tough competitors – and there are two more prominent than ever, ready to hash it out. This is one battle you need to watch closely, as the winner could spell out huge profits for whomever latches on now. Click here to watch.
Shortly before Apple Inc. (AAPL) reported its fiscal third quarter earnings yesterday, Michael appeared in a panel discussion on TD Ameritrade about what to expect from the iPhone maker. Michael argued that the firm would likely see a decline in iPhone sales, thanks in part to trade tensions with China and increased competition from local smart phone makers in that country and elsewhere. And while he wasn’t expecting any major surprises from the firm’s report, he delved into one the key factors he thinks the firm will use to continue an upward trajectory going forward – services. And indeed, services revenue climbed 12.6% to $11.46 billion, a new record for the firm, though it came in slightly under analysts’ expectations thanks in part to a one-time payment from lawsuits a year ago and foreign-exchange effects. Watch to see Michael’s prediction about the long-term prospects of the stock… Click here to watch.