When we spoke on April 14, I noted that I still very much believe in Microsoft Corp. (MSFT).
As I said at the time, I think this is one of the better plays on the $160 billion cloud computing sector.
Please don’t worry. I’m not here today to repeat the same recommendation.
But I would be remiss if I didn’t tell you that savvy tech investors need to look at the flip side of the Microsoft coin.
And it has something to do with one of my dad’s old sayings. See, he was frustrated with me because I was a bit of a troublemaker in high school and ran with a rough crowd.
“Michael,” he used to say, “always remember that people judge you by the company you keep.”
That’s why when I scan for market-crushing tech leaders, I always keep an eye out for those that have strong alliances.
Today, I want to show you one of Microsoft’s key allies that’s set to double its earnings in the next three years and should at least be on your watchlist…
A recent advance that largely flew under Wall Street’s radar says a lot about why artificial intelligence (AI) is set to have a $15.7 trillion impact on the global economy.
Known as “neuromorphic computing,” the cutting-edge method gets closer to simulating the way human brains work.
The system could redefine high-performance computing because it operates at lightning speeds and barely sips energy.
Right now, fast and robust graphics processors are the main power behind AI.
That’s set to change because the new chips work especially well for AI-powered neural networks used in speech and pattern recognition, and computer vision.
In fact, Gartner says neuromorphic chips upon which the platform is based, are set to have a huge impact. They could become the predominant computing for AI by 2025.
Today, I’m going to reveal the chipmaker behind this breakthrough and show you why it is well-positioned to handle the coronavirus panic and should at least be on your watchlist…