When we began this journey together a few months ago we started with a -single powerful concept.
Fifty-seven percent of U.S. workers have less than $25,000 in saving – a reality that sentences those folks to a lifetime of vulnerability and fear.
After reading that, we vowed to help you dodge that bleak fate.
The key, we knew, was the U.S. tech sector.
From the light bulb to the semiconductor to advanced sensors, America’s Silicon Valley has churned out a steady stream of innovations that turned ordinary people into millionaires – sometimes virtually overnight.
So we identified seven powerful high-tech trends. And then we used my years of experience as a Silicon Valley insider to create five immutable rules we could use to identify double-your-money profit opportunities.
As we’ll show you in an upcoming report, our strategy has already generated some impressive gains. And there’s more to come.
The road to wealth, as we like to say, is paved by tech.
And today is the next phase of this journey.
I see still more growth in the New Year, particularly in the global tech sector.
With that in mind, I wanted to talk with you today about my three favorite profit plays for 2014 – recommendations that I believe will pack a punch for your portfolio.
So without additional introduction, let’s get down to business – because we don’t want you to be part of the ill-fated 57%.
And with the Strategic Tech Investor working on your behalf, there’s no need to be …
I spend a lot of my time looking for “anomalies” in the tech market because they can lead to massive profit opportunities.
And there’s a big one I see right now.
It involves a new market that’s worth $970 million – even though it’s still in its infancy. Of course, there are a number of players in this market. But it’s the two top leaders I want to talk to you about today.
One has lousy fundamentals – with stunning cash losses that continue to mount. The other is cash-rich with a rapidly growing subscriber base.
Yet Wall Street adores the first one (the one with the lousy fundamentals) – and hates the second which is exactly the opposite of how you would think it should be.
Today, I’m going to tell you all about this exciting new market and why you should consider making a play in it right away.
And then I’m going to tell you which of these top leaders you can ride for a double by Spring.
During an appearance on the Fox Business Channel‘s Varney & Co. on Thursday, host Stuart Varney asked me point blank if I was worried about what’s ahead for tech stocks.
You can certainly understand why he’d ask such a question. The health of the U.S. economy continues to be a real worry for many and the growing political mess we know as Washington can only make matters worse.
Against that troubling backdrop the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite Index is up 31% so far this year and 207% from its financial crisis lows of March 2009 – returns that handily trump the respective 22% and 142% gains of the record-setting Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Whispers of “another tech bubble” and “another dot-bomb implosion” have been getting louder, and the excellent and the always-probing Varney wanted to know if I was worried – or perhaps even bearish.
Let me say to you what I said to the Fox viewers.
If you’re running away from the technology sector right now, you’re making the biggest mistake of your investment career.
And in today’s Strategic Tech Investor, I’m going to show you why…
We know the drill: U.S. retailers count on the holiday shopping season for as much as 20% to 40% of their total sales for the year.
And we know that this year won’t be any different.
What we don’t know is how much American consumers are going to spend: Will this season go like gangbusters, or will it just be a bust?
The National Retail Federation (NRF) is expecting a gangbusters holiday season, having just forecasted a record $602 billion in sales, a healthy 3.9% jump from 2012.
But the respected Gallup polling group is expecting a bust, saying that U.S. consumers expect to spend an average $704 each, or about 10% less than during the Christmas season a year ago.
Investors often handicap the major retailers, trying to guess which one will get the biggest share of the holiday shopping bucks.
We’re not going to waste our time with that futile exercise.
You see, we know that the holiday season is also a big time of the year for gadget sales: American consumers are only too happy to drop small fortunes on computers, smartphones and the other consumer-electronic gadgets that are the tangible results of this country’s dominant high-tech sector.
We can predict who those winners will be, and can identify the stocks we believe will zoom as a result.
Today, I’m going out on a limb once again to predict that the tech sector will have a great Christmas overall. And I’ve identified four market leaders who should do well for investors this holiday season.
And in today’s Strategic Tech Investor, we’re going to tell you just who those winners will be …