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Why an Apple Virtual Reality Device Is Good for Investors (AAPL)

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Evidence is piling up that an Apple virtual reality device is in the works.

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) has posted several job listings in recent months seeking engineers with knowledge of virtual reality. A patent that surfaced last month described a piece of virtual reality headgear.

But is it a good idea for Apple to pursue virtual reality?

In this video Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald delivers his verdict on Apple virtual reality and makes a surprising suggestion for Google Inc....

Even with Apple Stock Price at Record Levels, It's Still a Good Time to Buy

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The Apple stock price continues to surge to new highs with the company's seemingly bottomless bag of tricks.

But at this point some investors may be wondering if it's too late to jump on the Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) bandwagon.After all, AAPL stock gained more than 62% in 2014 and another 16% in the first six weeks of 2015.

Yet Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald thinks buying Apple stock even at these levels is worth serious consideration. In this video, he explains why...

Dear Money Managers: Not Buying AAPL Stock Is "Financial Suicide"

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Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) stock has been grabbing a lot of headlines.

Just look at its market cap. And its cash holdings. It's a juggernaut in every sense and definitely a buy.

Here's why not investing in Apple stock is "financial suicide..."

Tim Cook: If "Sitting Is the New Cancer," the Apple Watch Is the Cure

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Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) CEO Tim Cook played diagnostician Feb. 10 at the 2015 Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco.

He voiced doctors' concerns that the average person lives too sedentary a lifestyle nowadays. That's why he is so amped about the soon-to-be-released Apple Watch (set for debut sometime early this year). "I use Apple Watch constantly in the gym to track my exercise. If I sit for too long, it will actually tap me on the wrist to remind me to get up and remove, because a lot of doctors think sitting is the new cancer."

The Apple Watch proves Cook has picked up on one of the most profitable trends in 2015: wearable tech.

We'll show you exactly why this soon-to-be $19 billion market is a great opportunity for AAPL stock - and how investors can ride 2015's wearable tech craze to their advantage...

4 IBM Blunders That Gave Big Blue's Competition the Edge (NYSE: IBM)

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International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) used to be an innovator in tech.

But now it's turned into a secondary tech consulting firm behind the scenes of an ever-growing sector.

None of this is new. IBM has dropped the ball many times. Here is what led IBM to where it is now...

Five Tech Stocks with a Bright Future in 2015

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Nearly two dozen tech stocks I recommended in 2014 beat the market - demonstrating that if you pick the right stocks and manage them properly, you can beat Wall Street at its own game.

Today we're going to take a look at several stocks that made us gains of 50% or better in 2014. Even better, these five tech stocks still have plenty of upside in 2015 and beyond.

You'll want in on these companies ASAP...

How to Profit from Elon Musk's "Space Internet"

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More than 3 billion people on Earth still have no or poor access to the Internet. Elon Musk wants to build a network of hundreds of low-orbiting satellites that will deliver high-speed, low-cost Internet to the most remote places on Earth.

But he won't be building this "Space Internet" alone. One tech company is already helping him make his dream a reality.

Here's the company poised to reap big gains by helping Musk...

5 Reasons Why Apple Buying Tesla Makes Sense (AAPL, TSLA)

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At about this time last year a lot of pundits were talking about Apple buying Tesla.

This week the idea got some new life when several camera-laden minivans owned by Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) was spotted in the Bay Area.

Apple has a ton of cash and needs to do something now to prepare for the day when the iPhone can no longer carry the company. Apple buying Tesla would give it a way into the auto industry.

Here are five reasons why Apple buying Tesla makes a lot of sense...

Tech's "Virtuous Cycle" Trend Will Give Us Profits for Years

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My wife Robin is a financial advisor and a CPA.

She also possesses one of the sharpest minds I've ever seen.

That's probably why she has such an affinity for jigsaw puzzles. Back in upstate New York, when we were both attending business school together at night, there was nothing she liked more to "decompress" during the lull between the semesters than to do a jigsaw puzzle.

And the greater the number of pieces - and the more complex the puzzle - the more she liked it.

Truth be told, I view the investing process in much the same way that my wife looks at jigsaw puzzles.

There's something really gratifying about taking hundreds of disparate "pieces" - in this case, the reams of financial, economic, and political data that's available at any given time - and shrewdly assembling them into a "picture" that makes sense or conveys beauty.

Or that points the way to untold wealth...

Best Investments 2014: How to Find the Tech Stock Winners

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Today (Thursday), Money Morning Defense & Tech Specialist Michael A. Robinson appeared on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." to discuss whether the tech companies that are driving the market right now will be among the best investments in 2014.

Robinson believes the growth and earnings of tech companies continue to offer investors what they want - good cash flow and solid earnings. When Varney co-host Charles Payne points out that "Amazon hasn't made a nickel since day one," Robinson counters by saying that "each company has a unique story to tell."



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Obama Should've Hired This Tiny Tech Firm to Build Healthcare.gov

Healthcare.gov’s many problems are turning into a nightmare for President Obama. Calls are growing for HHS Secretary Sebelius’ resignation. But it all could have been avoided had the government turned to this tiny “e-government” specialist. This company’s shares take off with each new project they ace – more than 73% in the past year –

and there’s still plenty of upside…

This Week's Earnings Reports: Tech & Tacos

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Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald visited with FOX Business' "Cavuto" Friday to break down the recently aflame tech and taco markets for investors and, importantly, what to look for in this week's earnings reports.

Google (Nasdaq: GOOG) shares have topped $1,000, up 1,076% since it started trading. But is this another dot com bubble? Fitz-Gerald advises investors how to tackle the tech market today.

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How to "Light Up" 300% Gains

They used to call it dark fiber...
It was the 1990s, when Telecom firms were plowing billions into fiber optic networks to prepare for the coming explosion in traffic for the web, wireless systems, and computer networks.
Turns out, the supposed "gold rush" was just a few years ahead of its time. So, much of the fiber optic systems sat unused. They were quite literally dark - no light, no data, was shining down the high-speed cables.
But quietly over the past few months, the fiber-optic sector has hit critical mass.
It's lit up like never before.
Consider that one small-cap leader has already handed savvy broadband investors gains of nearly 300% over the past year.
And with a market cap of just $342 million, the fast-moving stock still has plenty of room to run.
In a moment, I'll show you just what I mean...

First, we need to look at the big trends pushing this and other fiber optic stocks into the stratosphere...

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.
And most folks shrugged it off as just another of the thousands of below-the-radar deals that companies do every year.
But this one's different.
ARM's buyout of Sensinode is the latest reminder that the single-biggest profit opportunity currently on my radar screen is about to start paying off.
And because we're talking about a $14 trillion opportunity - meaning this newly emergent tech market will actually approach the entire U.S. economy in size - I want you to see what's going on here.
I'm even going to show you the top companies I've identified...

A Tech Investing Homerun

You don’t always have to buy a stock to double your money.

Sometimes, an exchange-traded fund (ETF) can pack just as big a wallop.

ETFs with that kind of horsepower don’t come along all that often, which is why you have to pick the right one … at the right time.

And that’s the tech-investing home run that I have for you today – an ETF with actual double-your-money profit potential.

In fact, you’ll be stunned at just how quickly every $1 you invest in this fund will turn into $2 in holdings.

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