Hospitals just can’t seem to get a break these days.
Hundreds of them have been working around the clock to treat the millions of Americans afflicted by the deadly coronavirus.
And now, medical centers across the US, are finding themselves under siege by a very different “virus.”
That’s because the healthcare sector ranks as the top choice for hackers trying to burrow into networks. Once in, they either launch malicious software known as “malware” or demand money- and sometimes both.
Take the case of Universal Health Services hospital system based in King of Prussia, PA.
The cyber-attack it received took the form of “ransomware” – locking users out of their own IT systems, and demanding payment to restore access.
Fortunately, there is a leader in the roughly $140 billion cybersecurity market that can help hospitals and businesses across the board.
In fact, there’s a new catalyst for the stock that I believe will help it double earnings in as little as three years…
Wall Street and Big Media were totally obsessed with the recent saga of GameStop Corp. (GME).
It’s easy to see why. Wealthy short-sellers took a run at the struggling retailer only to get their heads handed to them.
The story had all the elements of a thriller. Young upstarts using their mobile phones were taking on billionaires – and winning, at least for a time as GameStop soared an amazing 1,600%.
The CEO of Robinhood, a trading platform popular with young people, defended the firm’s actions during this episode at a Congressional hearing in what now appears to be a massive stock bubble.
Here’s the thing. The focus on GameStop’s trading frenzy obscured a very important and lucrative trend.
Fact is, computer gaming in the digital age is huge. Mordor Intelligence values the sector at $163 billion, which will climb 82% by 2026 to $295.6 billion.
Today, I’m going to show you a great way to play this trend with an investment that is beating the market by 79%…