It isn’t every day that Wall Street fails so publicly.
And no, I’m not talking about a big investment firm or commercial bank going under.
Here’s the thing. You and I have been talking about financial technology for several years now. I like to think you have a real inside edge here.
This is a field I literally got involved with in the late 1980s, and have managed to get a piece of every new wave of innovation. Then again, it’s well worth it – global payments total some $100 trillion.
So, for J.P. Morgan Chase &Co. (NYSE:JPM) to tell clients it was shutting down a new app for young people, the offering, called Finn, must have been a train wreck.
Young people are some of the most coveted consumers on Earth because you can keep them for decades. For its part, JP Morgan has built a good digital franchise.
But its future now rides heavily on traditional banking… and physical branches, which most young people hate.
That’s why today, I am going to tell you about a terrific fintech leader that is crushing the broad market by 1,000%…
She just loves how when we approach the car when I’m carrying my keys, LED lights inside the side view mirrors automatically turn on.
Not only that, but the moment I touch the car-door handle, the side view mirrors automatically deploy from their tucked-in sleeping position. The headlights also come alive.
Trust me when I say this… that feature is a godsend at night during California’s rainy season, which was historic this winter.
I’m tempted to say that my state-of-the-art 2019 Acura MDX Hybrid has all the proverbial “bells and whistles.”
But that’s not quite accurate. Simply stated, it is brimming with advanced sensors and chips that lie at the heart of the modern auto market.
Here’s the thing. Putting these devices into today’s cars is so vital a trend that it recently led to the $9.4 billion buyout of Cypress Semiconductor Corp.(Nasdaq:CY) by Infineon Technologies AG(OTC:IFNNY).
That’s why today, I want to show you a great way to play this red-hot tech trend with a market-beating investment you can count on for the long haul…
You’d have a hard time finding a bigger crypto currency bull than me.
After all, I was one of the very first tech analysts to suggest buying Bitcoin (BTC). I first began telling investors of the bright future for this digital money in the summer of 2013.
Back then, Bitcoin was trading for under $100. It went on to hit nearly $20,000 before sharply reversing. It has since rebounded to roughly $8,700.
And on May 17, I suggested that you invest in another leading crypto, Ethereum (ETH). It boasts the crypto world’s second-largest market cap at $20.5 billion, and is a great play on the emerging world of smart contracts.
So, you might be wondering why today I’m telling you about a fintech leader that is largely avoiding cryptos and their backend technology.
Here’s the thing. The company I’ll reveal today is already involved in $7 trillion worth of transactions and shows no signs of slowing down.
That’s why I want to give you five reasons while this global giant will pile up market-crushing gains…