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How My Dad’s 35-Year Vision Could Give You 145% Gains

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

If you’ve been around as long as I have, then you remember where you were on July 16, 1969.

That’s when Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon.

The effort took seven years from the time President John F. Kennedy first set out the seemingly far-fetched goal.

I’m bringing that up now to note that as we approach the 50th anniversary of that amazing achievement, the United States is about to get involved in another stretch goal involving the heavens

Just days ago, Vice President Mike Pence laid out plans for a U.S. Space Force that would be up and running by 2020.

“Space Force all the way!” President Donald Trump tweeted in support of the ambitious goal for what would be a sixth branch of the Pentagon.

This is a good move.

In fact, I’ve been advocating for this very approach for more than 30 years.

As has my father – who literally wrote the book on this topic.

In today’s briefing, I’ll tell you about all that.

Plus, I’ve found a market-crushing small-cap aerospace leader poised to profit handsomely from Trump’s military buildup in outer space…

It’s been absolutely crushing the market over the past few weeks.

But it’s biggest moves are still ahead…

Elon Musk’s Tweet Just Reinforces Our Tesla Call

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

(Editor’s Note: On Tuesday, shortly after noon Eastern, we got an email from Michael: “As I researched Tesla Inc. following its Aug. 2 earnings call, my gut told me something was wrong, and not to believe the hype that a turnaround was suddenly imminent. So I spent the weekend doing a deep dive on Tesla, sorting through the financials, looking at the bigger industry, and going over the stock’s charts. The results led me to type up this sell report I’ve attached. Run it next chance you get.” So far, so normal. Then, literally as we began reading that attachment, Elon Musk’s now-infamous tweet hit, at 12:48 p.m.: “Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding secured.” Not long after that, the Nasdaq halted trading on Tesla – and Musk, his company, and his tweets have been at the top of the news ever since. Instead of getting Michael to rewrite his report, we’ve decided to run it as-is. It’s not like we’re going to pass up the chance to prove that Michael is the most prescient technology specialist in the business. Now, if you want to get all of Michael’s best plays and predictions, you’ll want to join him at his premium Nova-X Report trading service. To do so, your first step is clicking here.)

On Aug. 2, the bulls got their sweet revenge.

Shares of Tesla Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA) leapt 16% to their highest close in nearly five years following its latest earnings report.

Turns out, short sellers worried about production snafus for the new Model 3 and other concerns got hammered, despite paper losses of nearly $1.7 billion.

You’d think a longtime Tesla enthusiast like me would be happy.

Just the opposite is true.

In fact, I believe now is the time to sell Tesla and use the most recent rally to take whatever profits you can.

Let me be clear: I didn’t come to this conclusion lightly. You see, I have the highest regard for CEO and founder Elon Musk. I believe he’s one of the great technology geniuses of our time.

But the company is facing a host of challenges at a moment when the stock has been on a roller-coaster ride.

With that in mind, let’s walk through the reasons why I now have Tesla listed as a “Sell.”

Starting with

The Prostate Cancer Test Is a Greed-Fueled Disaster

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Here’s a personal statement that might shock you: I steadfastly refuse to get a prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test to screen for prostate cancer.

It’s not because, as a baby boomer “of a certain age,” I don’t take the threat of prostate cancer seriously.

Far from it.

I know that prostate cancer kills an American male every 18 minutes on average each day, all year long. Prostate cancer is the No. 1 cancer risk – more than brain, skin, or lung cancer – for American men over 50.

And I pay a lot of attention to my health.

How We Got the Real Story on This Massive Bitcoin Mining IPO

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

When people ask what I do for a living, in order to cut to the chase, I often say I’m an “investment researcher.”

My job here – bringing you the best world’s best opportunities in technology, cryptocurrencies, and legal marijuana – means I spend most of my time doing research.

For tech and cannabis, that’s a lot of work – but it’s fairly straightforward.

Let’s get started…

China May Have Just Taken the “Superweapons” Lead

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Late last month, we saw how Russia released videos of six new “superweapons” almost immediately following the historic Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki.

We have no defense against these weapons – and our adversaries know this.

“No one has managed to restrain Russia,” Russian President Vladimir Putin boasted following the videos’ release.

Now China is getting into this arms race – and it may have taken the lead.

Apple $1 Trillion Is Already the Past – This Is the Future

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

To hear Wall Street tell it, the fact that Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) just became the first U.S. firm to reach a $1 trillion market cap is “big news.”

I’m not so sure…

Please don’t think I’m being cynical. After all, I’m one of the biggest Apple bulls around.

Here’s the thing. While the $1 trillion valuation coming on the heels of a great earnings report is a key milestone for all tech investors, Apple’s historic status isn’t a surprise.

At least not to those who have been following along here…

See, back in April 2015, I predicted Apple would make this notable achievement.

And since then, it’s up 61%. That’s nearly double the S&P 500’s 33.4% return over the same period.

So, if you’ve been following along with my advice over the years, you’ve made a bundle here.

But that’s the past. Unless you were one of the savvy ones who bet on Apple, it doesn’t matter.

The question now is: Where’s Apple going from here?

Here’s my latest prediction…

As This Cannabis Bill Gains Momentum, These 3 Stocks Are Hotter Than Ever

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

SAN JOSE, Calif. – It’s something we say a lot here.

“Only in California.”

In this case, it was a former federal bureaucrat being given “rock star” treatment.

And I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t been there to witness it.

I was at the Cannabis Business Summit & Expo in San Jose, Calif., on July 26, finishing up watching the keynote address from James M. Cole – the then-deputy U.S. attorney general who authored the 2013 “Cole Memo” shielding states with legalized marijuana from federal intervention.

I’ve spoken with Cole before – so I approached the stage hoping to shake hands, catch up, and maybe make plans for a later meetup.

However, everyone else at the McEnery Convention Center had similar plans.

Hundreds of folks rushed the stage – but summit organizers quickly pulled out their walkie-talkies, surrounded Cole, and rushed him out of the building as if he was Mick Jagger.

Sure, I was a bit disappointed – but I also had to laugh.

It was yet another example of the amount of excitement surrounding the legal cannabis industry.

And like so many of the legal weed’s time-line events, I was there to witness it.

In today’s report, I’ll tell you what else I saw at the summit.

And now that we’re apparently at the “rock star” stage of legal cannabis’ lifespan, I’ll give you my top three pot stocks to get you started.

Take a look

One Tiny Defense Firm Will Win This $165 Billion Battle

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

Like the rest of the world, I followed the news carefully last week as Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin met in Helsinki for their historic summit.

But it’s what happened just a few days later that really made me pay attention – and hardly anyone else noticed.

Just a few days after that summit, Russia released videos of six new “superweapons” – some of which we have no defense for.

Especially troublesome was the footage of the Avangard hypersonic boost-glide vehicle built to deliver nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs).

Once it becomes operational, Avangard will be a grave danger to the United States because it gives our rival the upper hand in the battle for control of hypersonic-boosted ICBMs.

These are the most dangerous weapon systems ever devised – and they render current nuclear weapons obsolete.

Fact is, Russia’s new hypersonic “kill vehicle” could be combat ready in as little as 18 months.

However, Russia won’t lead this new arms race for long