I love being right.
I was right about tech stocks – as a group and on dozens if not hundreds of individual plays as well. I was right about legal cannabis stocks. And I'm right on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
But sometimes I love being wrong, too.
You see, as a longtime Silicon Valley insider with a strong track record of picking the fastest-growing stocks in the market, I have shied away from dividend plays. And I was wrong about that.
Fact is, in "Old Silicon Valley," dividends were held suspect – shunned even. That's because fast-growing firms need to send most of their cash flow back into R&D and finding new growth opportunities.
So I felt that when a tech leader started to pay dividends, it was a sign that senior management had decided to play it safe rather than advance more breakthrough products.
But in the "New Silicon Valley," high-tech firms are becoming some of the best dividend stocks to own, while still offering lots of new growth.
Today I'm going to show you why that's true.