Today I’d like to introduce you to a man I call the “Don Quixote of Tech”.
And no, I don’t mean it as a compliment.
If you who don’t remember, need a refresher, or haven’t read the book, the fictional Don Quixote is the hero of a famous novel by Miguel de Cervantes first published in 1605.
Despite the book’s age, many scholars consider it to be the finest novel ever written.
Our focus here is on chapter eight. In this section, Don Quixote of La Mancha and his sidekick, Sancho Panza, find themselves in a field of towering windmills.
Don Quixote says they are giants. He intends to slay them and take their riches. When Sancho says they’re windmills, Don Quixote says he is more experienced in these matters and he knows for certain they really are giants.
Obviously, they really were windmills after all…
Turns out something very similar to this enduring metaphor is playing out in Congress right now, thanks to Jerrold Nadler. He’s taking on Big Tech as the chair the House Judiciary Committee.
San Francisco, CA – When we spoke on Aug. 16, I noted that I was about to give an investor presentation at the MoneyShow here.
Honestly, it couldn’t have gone any better. My conference room was packed with investors anxious to hear about my system.
Call me crazy, but I’m thinking the fact that I had the word “free” in the title may have had something to do with it.
I wanted to follow up with you today to give you more details about my talk, titled “How to Own Great Tech Stocks For Free”.
And I’m going to do that by giving you a play-by-play breakdown of the seven steps you need to follow.
This isn’t a lot of theory. It’s why members of my Nova-X Report entry-level monthly newsletter ended up owning five free stocks so far this year.
And right now, I’m going to walk you through the steps and also tell you about the “secret formula” I left out of my formal talk.
Now then, my entire methodology for Nova-X is to end up owning best-of-breed tech stocks for free.
But don’t get me wrong.
Yes, we have to risk our hard-earned money. And no, not all the investments work out.
However, it bears noting that over the last several years I have given readers of my paid services 192 double- or triple-digit gains.
That’s the power of having a savvy tech veteran hand-picking winners for you.
As I told my audience, tech has been a core part of my life going back to my teenage years. My dad was a senior military editor at Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine and we’ve talked about breakthroughs in the field ever since.
I also served as an advisory board member to a Silicon Valley venture capital firm. Plus, I was a strategic advisor to a dozen high-tech startups.
I drew heavily on this background to come up with my winning seven-part formula for owing tech leaders for free.
A lyric from one of my favorite contemporary hard rock songs is playing loudly in my head.
Let me explain. As a boomer “of a certain age,” I like to keep in shape with exercise and also remain young at heart.
That’s why I have put together a killer list of hard rock songs from modern bands like Halestorm, Pop Evil, Shinedown and Papa Roach. When I hit the gym or the slopes up at Tahoe, I have 54 playlists each with 14 songs to choose from.
And right now, I can hear Godsmack’s “I Stand Alone,” the hit song from the movie “The Scorpion King” on mental repeat.
I believe it’s an appropriate soundtrack for my 2019 tech forecast I told you about on Jan. 1. At the time, the media was barraging us with stories about an impending “recession.”
But I stood apart from the crowd and predicted a strong year tech.
With that in mind, I’m updating my forecast to show you why there’s still lots of money to be made and how to get in on the action…
Big Media was all over the recent settlement the federal government reached with Equifax Inc. (EFX).
It’s easy to see why. The credit reporting agency agreed to pay up to $700 million to settle claims brought by the Federal Trade Commission and most state attorneys general.
Here’s the thing. Nearly all of the dozens of stories about the Equifax deal focused on the size of the award and how consumers affected by the cyber intrusion can seek compensation for the time and money they had to spend.
In fact, Equifax set up a website to deal with many of the 147 million Americans whose sensitive data was put at risk after hackers breached the firm’s network.
And while I’m all for providing consumers with some money after all the hassles they went through, there’s one glaring omission from the media’s barrage.
It’s something we deal with her twice a week – how to make money from massive tech trends.
With that in mind, I’m going to give you the key details about a market-beating winner that is a great play on the red-hot cyber security market…