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One Small Tech Company Could Be the Auto Boom's Biggest Winner

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Auto sales are rocketing.
In November, the industry sold $1 billion worth of new vehicles a day, setting a record for that month.
And this flood tide of new vehicles will have more cutting-edge technology than ever before, creating a perfect profit storm of two exploding industries.
This is the most exciting time I've ever seen in the industry since I began tracking it 34 years ago.
And here's the thing: Google and Apple are excited, too. They'll make plenty of money on this trend, as you're about to see. But the "pure play" here is a much better investment...

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Is There a Tech Bubble?

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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.

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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…

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...

After Saving My Life, This Technology Will Save Your Retirement

The technology I want to tell you about today is one of my best investment ideas. And not just because it saved my life.

I’m talking about “location-based services,” the technology that allows your smartphone to show where you are … or tell you where you need to go.

It’s a technology that has double-your-money profit potential because of all it can do. It can help you find the nearest retail sale, guide you to the seafood house where you have reservations, or get you to a hotel for a good night’s sleep.

It can also help you avoid costly navigation errors – and not just in a car. And the drama involving location-based-service technology doesn’t end there.

You see, this market has finally reached critical mass and is poised to skyrocket...

The Six Questions that Can Make You Rich (Part Four)

Wealth Q Last week, we explored the three technical questions central to successfully investing in technological innovation.

This week, we focus on three practical questions that can make the average investor a lot of money in the early waves of innovation. All of these questions word together for one purpose.

By answering "yes" to all six questions, you can dramatically increase the probability of a successful technology investment and return on your shares. And best of all, you can identify the winning companies that are poised to profit in the few key sectors that we've identified.

Our fourth question for technology investing is very simple:

Can this technology harness the power of other innovations to maximize its performance and sales?

When exploring this question, it's important to understand how a new technology reaches its full potential. To maximize its potential, a technology must first have the capacity to fulfill what we identified in our first three questions. It must accelerate the speed and transfer of physical goods and trade. It must expedite the flow of information and capital, and provide more "bang for your buck."

But this fourth question requires that the new technology integrate with other technologies that already exist, and make it possible to harness emerging innovations in a high-tech world. This is how we take an existing success and identify just which company is going to lead to a major global breakthrough.

And there's one primary example that can provide the greatest lesson in the recent digital revolution.

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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.

The Big Lie in Tech Today

In many tech circles it's become fashionable to warn that the era of exponential growth in technology is coming to an end. Even powerful people in the industry have gone on record worrying about the sustainability of its growth.
Since the global economy is fed by advances in high tech, that also would mean markets would suffer seriously if tech stumbled.
But there's a lie at the heart of this argument and it means there's a lot of opportunity for savvy investors.
Let me explain...

How to Really Make a Fortune on the "Mobile Wave"

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If you've been riding along with me for any length of time, you know I get really revved up whenever I talk about the "Mobile Wave" in technology.

The truth is, I can't help it: I look at the forecasts, calculate all the money that can be made, and end up feeling as jazzed as can be about the windfall profits we can reap from this transformational trend.

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Apple Stock is Up After Earnings – But Are Gains Here to Stay?

Apple stock was up 5% in after-hours trading Tuesday when its earnings report turned out to be better than expected - but, not great.

Everyone was bracing for the worst when Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) released second-quarter earnings Tuesday after the close. The big question was just how bad things were going to be.

The answer turned out to be... not so awful. The iPhone maker surprised Wall Street with better than expected numbers, mostly because expectations were so low.

However, as expected, forward guidance was glum.

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Apple: Cash or Trash?

The market's North Star of growth is going to report earnings tomorrow. Good news or bad news isn't the real question.
The question is: With Apple off nearly 50% from its $705.07 a share high set last September, is the famed tech giant a "buy" again?
Here's my unequivocal answer...