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This Feisty Tech Firm Will Drive You Straight to Your Own Mansion

When it comes to tech investing, there's a rule of thumb well worth keeping in mind.

Whenever possible, own the company that owns the "standard."

You know what I mean.

Back in the 1990s, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows software and the Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC) processors combined to create the "Wintel Standard."

Owning the companies that owned the standard paid off - and paid off big. Throughout the 1990s, the shares of all three companies performed as the "must own" stocks that they were: Microsoft's shares rose more than 9,000%, while Intel's soared 10,000%.

Here's why I'm telling you this.

We just found a company that's angling to "own the standard" in a newly emerging business that will be worth $42 billion in just eight years.

Best of all: This is just one of the businesses this tech firm plays in.

And the others are already successes.

  1. Robert J Karp | March 23, 2017

    I just looked up the three top stocks listed:

    PCYC – Doesn't exist. No listing, I use TD Ameritrade for my stock research.
    AMBA – is declining.
    CLDX – has severely declined.

    I stopped looking any further.

    Those big gains that are being boasted since 2011, if they were ever true are no longer valid.

    This is an attempt to buy up those stocks to get those prices to climb a little bit so they can dump theirs.

    • Robert J Karp | March 23, 2017

      Fact is one of the ones I just listed was recommended to dump that stock according to the reporting agencies in TD Ameritrade.

      • Dave Zeiler | March 24, 2017

        Robert,

        Thanks for reading Money Morning. Several points need to be made here. First of all, Bill doesn't buy or own the stocks he recommends. As for the peak gains, Bill advises his readers to use trailing stops to lock in their gains. If a stock falls further after that, they won't see those losses.

        PCYC (Pharmacyclics) isn't showing up on your search because it was bought out by AbbVie in 2015, leaving Bill's readers with gains of 818%.

        Hope this clarifies things.

        -Dave Zeiler, Associate Editor, Money Morning

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