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My wife and I have become obsessed with a reality TV show that is part entertainment and part fright show.
Let me explain.
I haven’t watched a reality show in maybe a decade and had no intention of ever doing so again.
But when Tracy recently suggested we try an episode of
Botched, I decided to give it a try. I have to say that I was quickly hooked.
In each episode, patients seek help from two renowned doctors to correct cosmetic surgeries that went awry – hence the name
As a veteran tech investor, I couldn’t help but wonder if there was a better process for many of those patients to avoid ending up on the show in the first place.
Since the cosmetic surgery market is on its way to being worth some $43.9 billion, you can bet I was determined to find out.
… So, I’m glad to reveal a medical tech leader in the field that could triple in value from here
Microsoft Corp. ( MSFT ) is set to release an upgrade to its signature operating system with a very unique hook.
In as little as three months from now, Mr. Softy goes to market with Windows 10X.
Microsoft has designed the upgrade specifically to address the coming era of foldable-screen PCs and dual-screen laptops.
Here’s the thing; I have recommended Microsoft several times in recent years and continue to do so.
But today, I want to talk with you about the flip side of that investing coin – the 10X upgrade cycle.
Once 10X hits the market around the fall of this year, other software and apps makers will have to tweak their packages to fit the new format.
And that means there is a much broader play that takes advantage of the 10X ecosystem and other software trends.
And did I mention, it’s beating the market by 52.6%?
One of the great things about having tech-savvy children who are young adults is that it keeps me sharp regarding key trends.
It can really come in handy when scanning for stocks that offer us a play on big markets.
And the one I have in mind actually reaches more young people desired by advertisers than either Instagram or its parent company,
Facebook Inc. ( FB ).
Indeed, this photo-based social media sensation even gave rise to the saying that, “the camera eats first.”
That’s an allusion to the fact that millions of young people take pictures of their food and beverages and then upload them to friends and contacts.
Don’t scoff. The stock has more than tripled the broad market’s return during the COVID Comeback.
And today I’m going to show you why this $22 stock still has so much upside ahead…
No matter how you slice it, Harvey Mackey’s book is bona fide classic.
After all, “How to Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive,” is considered to be a motivational tour de force.
Yes, it was written for salespeople. But the process of success can be applied to any field. No wonder it has sold well over 5 million copies around the world since being released 26 years ago.
Turns out, there is a new way to swim with the sharks. Actually, in this case, it really is just one “shark.” But it’s a biggie with huge profit potential for savvy tech investors.
See, Kevin O’Leary is a host of the popular show Shark Tank about budding entrepreneurs pitching their companies to seasoned experts.
What most folks don’t know is that O’Leary’s “day job” involves investing in publicly traded web-related firms.
Today, I’m going to show you why his investment vehicle will continue doubling the market’s rate of return…
I don’t know about you but I love being able to put the entire “convergence economy” in the palm of my hand.
When you hold a semiconductor made by the firm I have in mind, it’s like grabbing cash from several breakout fields that are growing like weeds – all at the same time.
Here’s the thing; Wall Street and the media still talk about technology as though it were composed of standalone sectors. For example, chips and software.
But we’re not most investors. We know that, led by American innovation, the world has passed the tech tipping point. That’s something the coronavirus panic made very clear.
And that spells big money for savvy investors who know how to connect all the dots embedded in the overlapping concentric rings of technology I call the convergence economy.
Today, I want to reveal a stock that gives us access to four main parts of the convergence economy with more than $13 trillion in economic impact.
Let me show you three catalysts that will help it double from here…
If ever there was a time to heed Rule No. 2 of my five-part system for building tech wealth, it’s right now.
After all, that rule states to “
separate the signal from the noise.”
Here’s the thing. I have decades of experience with the markets and I have never seen so much economic uncertainty.
See, in the U.S. coming off coronavirus lockdowns varies not just by states but often by individual cities and counties. Something similar is occurring all around the world, making recovery forecasts difficult.
Meantime, you have some health experts and aggressive government officials suggesting lockdowns should continue until we find a Covid-19 vaccine.
Like I said, a lot of economic noise out there.
But fortunately, I have found a great tech leader that embodies Rule No. 2 – and I mean that quite literally. It’s a firm with a pole position in the 5G wireless race.
Let me show you how the firm will target a buildout that will cost $1.4 trillion and how you can profit from it all…
Despite the coronavirus panic – or perhaps because of it – the robotics industry recently saw deals worth $3 billion.
Here’s the thing. We’re just scratching the surface here.
That amount only covers high-profile deals by two major Silicon Valley firms. One was for venture capital funding and the other for a big merger.
But quietly and behind the scenes, robotics and automation firms garnered at least another $3.9 billion in funding.
And that’s just for February and March of this year.
So, it should come as no surprise that with the coronavirus serving as a fresh catalyst, robotics adoption is likely to grow significantly from here.
After all, one of the most significant effects of the coronavirus has been the fact that it has driven businesses to get human hands off of important work, whether that’s through digital connections or robotic automation.
A new report by MarketsandMarkets says that just the use of industrial bots will grow by roughly 10.4% year, meaning it will double by the end of this decade to more than $73 billion.
With that in mind, today I want to reveal a great way to play the broad waterfront of this field with a market-crushing investment…
If you’ve followed along with me for any length of time at all then you know I’m a big believer in cloud computing.
And it’s not just because the global market is growing at 21.4% a year and will be worth $185.8 billion by 2024, according to KBV Research.
It’s something far more fundamental. A well run firm that uses the cloud to deliver software as a service (SaaS) have two things that hardware companies can only dream about.
The first is high profit margins. The second is even better – recurring revenue. Literally the money just rolls in month after month after month.
Here’s the thing; companies that have made the move from software publishing to the cloud can really clean up.
That’s really important now because after the bear-market rout, companies and investors alike are taking a shine to liquidity.
Today, I’m going to reveal five reasons why a beaten-down tech leader should be on your watchlist right now…
We’ve talked a couple of times in recent days about the search for a coronavirus vaccine.
And I have also given you plenty of details about promising new treatments at the cutting edge of science that could help keep the spread at bay.
In other words, biotech and pharmaceutical firms can play a big role in either stopping the disease with vaccines or treating seriously ill patients with effective new drugs.
But those are hardly the only ways in which high tech is helping to check the spread of this novel new pandemic.
Fact is, there are a wide range of high-tech solutions and platforms that are proving invaluable. They cover everything from robotics to video conferencing to robust medical AI.
As you might imagine, this is a pretty far flung area. So, today, I’m going to boil it all down for you and reveal what I believe are the three most effective coronavirus tech tools…
The Federal Reserve’s recent decision to push interest all the way to zero has millions of investors scrambling.
Clearly, now is not a good time to be buying bonds for retirement income. Their rates also have plummeted.
And the chances that bond prices will fall when the economy recovers have shot up overnight, greatly increasing the risk of losses if you have to sell.
That leaves many investors looking for good dividend yields at a time when the economy is weakening.
Fortunately for tech investors, the sector has quietly come to dominate corporate balance sheets in terms of cash on hand.
That means two things. Firstly, tech is a great place to find yields. Secondly, these cash-rich firms
are least likely to cut their dividends in a recession.
Indeed, nine tech companies in the S&P 500 alone hold more than $350 billion in net cash.
With that in mind, today I’m going to reveal three tech leaders that currently offer the safest dividend plays…