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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Most investors haven't heard of the man you're about to meet. But they'll certainly wish they had...
He's an executive with the storied Fairchild Semiconductor Int. Inc. (NYSE: FCS) - one of the original Silicon Valley chip makers that played an integral role in the computer revolution.So take notes...
The Six Questions that Can Make You Rich (Part Six)
What is it that investors don't understand about innovation?
Sometimes they believe that some technologies are just a fad, a temporary trend that will ultimately lead to a lot of hype and a lot of losses. Investors have been burned before on solar companies, alternative wind projects, 3D video, and water desalination. There's a lot of hype and not a lot of return.
But we've found a way to determine whether or not a potential innovation is here to stay, something that will become widely adopted, and best of all, profitable to our readers.
We asked six questions that can make you rich. And by answering "yes" to all six of them, you can increase the probability that your investments will provide long-term security and returns.
The final question is this: Are there significant barriers to entry for competition?
Barriers to entry in the technology space is absolutely vital, as we want to ensure that competitors and new innovators are unable to displace this technology, and effectively establish itself as the most reliable and profitable source of innovation.
And we can look at one company right now that is at the pinnacle of success, and could soon face a lot of problems as it begins to see new competition from its rivals.
The Six Questions that Can Make You Rich (Part Five)
Do you want to make a lot of money on a next-generation technology?
Then you're going to want to say "yes" to the fifth question in our series called The Six Questions that Can Make You Rich when evaluating your next technology investment.
Companies that engage in next-generation technologies with a wide scale of development have provided investors with some of the highest returns on investment over the past 10 years. And that isn't going to change as we move into the second half of this decade.
Yesterday, we discussed how companies are capable of harnessing other technological innovations in order to make their products unique, successful, and most of all profitable.
Also yesterday a lot of new buzz emerged on Amazon's integration with Facebook to create Amazon Gift. By harnessing Facebook's messaging and data mining capabilities, the new service will allow users to send gifts to friends through its online shopping and delivery portals.
Today we want to explore the fifth question of successful technology investing.
Is this technology vital and practical to the lives of billions around the world?
If you can answer yes this question, you may have found the next great in-demand technology to sweep the globe in just a few years.