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Tech stocks have been the most celebrated of this pandemic year.
It's been tech that's kept us connected to friends, family, and colleagues. It's kept some of us working, and it's helped some of us find work. Tech has kept us clothed and fed.
I'd go so far as to say modern tech has been the glue that's helped hold the country together since March.
Ultimately, it'll be technology that gets us a vaccine or therapy in record time, which in turn gets the economy out of this mess and on track to a full recovery.
In that sense, it's really a no-brainer that the tech-centric Nasdaq Composite has been outperforming this year, despite the economy. It took the Nasdaq 20 years to double from 5,000 to 10,000. But it was the first index to reach record highs after the March crash, shooting as high as 75% since then.
For a $10 trillion index to turn in that performance in a year – after a crash… Well, that's when you know it's got the "secret sauce."
That's why it was so jarring to uncover – let's call it – the "Nasdaq's dirty secret." I found it when I was looking at some charts, researching some recommendations for my paid subscribers.
And no, I'm not talking about the current correction underway.
It turns out, there are a few skeletons in this closet. Skeletons that could jolt some unprepared investors.
But for us, it adds up to some choice profit opportunities… Full Story