Five Good Reasons to Ignore a High Price Tag When Looking for Winning Tech Plays

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

My wife and I recently helped our daughter Jordan find a reliable used car.

And since Jordan only recently got her grad degree, I have to say she was pretty price sensitive.

She had roughly $9,000 to put down and wanted to limit her payments to about $100 a month, so there wasn’t a lot of wiggle room on cost. She bought, a 2009, one-owner, fully loaded Honda CRV with only 45,000 miles on it.

I’m bringing this up to you because I think our recent experience illustrates a very important point for tech investors.

When it comes to putting your money in stocks that can crush the market, don’t let high “sticker prices” warn you off of great opportunities to build lasting wealth.

Instead, you have to focus on the long-term upside. You know, it’s the old saw by Warren Buffett that price is what you pay but “value is what you get.”

And that really comes into play with a firm that is pioneering the field of robotic surgery.

At first glance, $600 a share seems steep. But this is a stock that could hit $1,800 a shares in as little as seven years.

Today, I’m going to reveal five reasons why we could see a 200% return from here

It’s Not Too Late to Get Your Piece of Amazon

0 | By Michael A. Robinson

If you are just not discovering the earning potential of Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), than you have a lot of reason to be excited..

And I say that because I am still seeing a huge amount of upside ahead.

Let’s start with item number 1. When we spoke on January 24, I noted that much of Wall Street was cool to the stock for years.

But I have a more current example of a high profile stock “guru” who missed the boat completely. And not that long ago.

When AMZN crossed the $1,000 mark on May 31, 2017, Jim Cramer, went on TV to bash the stock. The host of CNBC’s Mad Money said “psychologically” $1,000 is a lot to pay for a stock he felt was getting ahead of itself.

The stock has more than doubled since then, reaching a closing high of $2,021.

That brings me around to item number 2. Let me show you why the stock could double again in three years – and double again after that

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