From the Editor: If you've seen Michael's new briefing, you know why we can't get enough of his research. Today, he gives you yet another reason his subscribers have been able to make so much money.
This is one of the greatest secrets of investing.
It's a strategy that I developed during my 34 years in Silicon Valley. And it will let you tap into some big, big profits for a modest amount of effort.
In fact, this very cool approach to high-tech investing will uncover a bushel of double-digit winners that your friends, co-workers, and others you talk stocks with have no hopes of finding.And I'll even identify the four double-digit profit plays that my sleuthing has already uncovered.
Nasdaq at 4,000: It's Not Tech Pushing the Index Higher
The Nasdaq topped 4,000 on Monday, its highest level in 13 years.
The tech-heavy index gained 11 points, or 0.3%, to reach 4,003 shortly after the opening bell amid a broad-based rally that also sent the Dow and S&P 500 higher. The Nasdaq peaked at 4,007.09, before shedding some gains and ending the session up 2.92 points, or 0.07%, at 3,994.57.
The Nasdaq flirted with the 4,000 threshold last week, closing at 3,991.64, up 0.14%, or 6 points. Year to date, the benchmark is up a whopping 32.20%.This is where you want to be invested in right now..
One Huge Reason for Investing in Tech Stocks Today
A number of tech companies have seen their stock prices soar in 2013, despite that earnings lag far behind. That has left some investors wondering if investing in tech stocks is a losing move to make now. To watch the video, please click here...
Is There a Tech Bubble?
There have been multi-billion dollar valuations for small, unprofitable companies and soaring share prices for tech names like Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) - are we in a tech bubble?
Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." this morning to answer that question.
Watch Fitz-Gerald's analysis of what investors must know about the tech stock bubble. He also discusses where the market is headed and gives the name of one stock he's looking at buying today.To watch the video, please click here...
Stocks to Buy Now: The Next Members of Tech's "Thousand-Dollar Club"
Using the five rules we created to identify the biggest-potential stocks, we told you how the Mountain View, Calif.-based tech innovator was continuing to position itself as a company that will continue to create wealth for its stockholders.
Not long after, several folks wrote in to say that Google's $885 share price made the stock too pricey for them to own.Here are five that have an excellent chance...
Obama Should've Hired This Tiny Tech Firm to Build Healthcare.gov
For her sake, it's a good thing Health and Human Services Director Kathleen Sebelius isn't working in the private sector.
If she did, the former Kansas governor would be out on the street right now. (By the time you read this, she might be.)and there’s still plenty of upside…
4D Printing Potential Makes Me Drool
After more than 30 years in the markets, I've seen all kinds of new technologies that are supposed to change the world. Most are pumped by little-known companies with overly hyped marketing, aggressive underwriters, and little more than vaporware. To say I'm jaded would be an understatement.
But I ran across something recently that positively made my mouth drop.
We already know about 3D printing. It's all the rage right now, because you can buy a printer for a few thousand bucks and cook up whatever your computer can plot.
But 4D printing?
I don't know whether to be terrified or excited as all hell about this.Probably a little of both...
The High-Tech "Gold Rush" Officially Begins
If you've blinked in the last 14 days, you might have missed this...
ARM Holdings PLC (Nasdaq ADR: ARMH) - one of the world's dominant mobile-device chip companies - bought a small Finnish software startup called Sensinode Oy in a deal whose price wasn't reported.
Our Worry-Free Way of Investing in Biotech
If there's one sector that's primed for explosive growth right now, it's biotechnology.
Its position as a new market leader in the tech sector cannot be overstated. Clearly, investing in biotech is an idea few can afford to ignore.
Genentech, the first biotech company, was formed in 1973 and was the first to go public in 1980, which launched the biotech sector.
Though the sector is only 33 years old, humans have been using varying forms of biotech for thousands of years, before anyone was investing in anything.