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This Stock Gives You 5X AMZN's Gains for 2% of the Cost

Jeff Bezos left Amazon and went to space at the worst possible time – days later, Amazon reported ho-hum earnings and slowing growth.

One of its oldest e-commerce/tech stock competitors, though, just had a banner week, and it's still an undervalued must-buy.

This stock is offering 5X Amazon's performance at barely 2% of its price.



Here's the Easiest Way to Cash In on the NFT Boom

NFTs were a small, niche blockchain application until this year, when a collector paid $69 million worth of Ether for a unique piece of digital art.

The thing is, it’s not just artists who are cleaning up here; regular investors can line their pockets from this ongoing NFT boom via a “backdoor”… .



This Stock Could Top 116% Gains in 2021

The GameStop saga might be coming to an end soon – shares have fallen as low as $81 as of midday Tuesday.

Let's be clear: The tech trend underlying this remarkable story isn't over by a long shot. There's much more disruption to come.

I'm talking about financial technology – "fintech."

Fintech is what's enabled the exponential, rapid growth of mobile investing and trading apps like Robinhood, which has in turn opened up the capital markets to more than 12 million new investors over the course of the pandemic.

Fintech is about much more than trading; it's about much more than payments.

It's changing how people invest, shop, save, pay – how people deal with money, period. Fintech "touches" around 5% of global e-commerce sales (excluding China). That sounds miniscule, at first, but we're talking big bucks here – around $166 billion and counting.

One company I know of leveraged this the smart way to grow its share price by triple digits last year, and I think 2021 could be even bigger… Full Story

One company I know of leveraged this the smart way to grow its share price by triple digits last year, and I think 2021 could be even bigger...


How to Play PayPal's Earnings Before They Hit on Nov. 2

I see it every time earnings season rolls around, and it always bums me out: Millions of investors try to pick the right stock to buy at the right time for the right price, hoping maybe the company they've picked beats earnings estimates this time.

If they're right, they can pocket 7%, 10%, 15% in profits. If they're wrong, oh well – there's always next quarter.

It might sound like investing, but it's not all that different from rolling the dice or betting the ponies. Going through earnings season like that is a gamble – one that no one needs to make. It's even riskier during a global pandemic when companies are either crushing it or barely getting by.

You don't need to leave money on the table, though, or sit earnings out. You don't have to risk for the chance to pocket a little.

The smarter, safer, and just plain more profitable way to speculate on corporate earnings is to trade them. That way, you're in and out, counting your gains before the report hits the Street.

You don't necessarily need management to hit a home run; the stock doesn't need to skyrocket, it just needs to move.

And you don't have to take my word for it, either. I'm going to show you how this works with a company I suspect just put a very solid quarter on the books: PayPal.

This trade has a great risk/reward ratio, and you can put it on today, right now. In fact, the sooner the better… Full Story

This trade has a great risk/reward ratio, and you can put it on today, right now. In fact, the sooner the better...


This Double-Your-Money Tech Stock Is a Perfect Play for the Current Market

Investing icon Peter Lynch had a key tip for investors who were looking to cut through the uncertainty to find winning stocks.

His advice: Invest in what you know.

It's a great bit of advice – even when talking about tech stocks.

And it's a great bit of counsel.

In a wild-and-wooly market like the one we're navigating now, focusing on a company whose products, services, and technologies you know, like, and use can give you one heck of a competitive advantage: You'll zero in on discount stocks before the deep-pocketed investment pros even realize there's a bargain to grab.

Today, I'm going to tell you all about one such tech play. It's a company I've been following for more than 30 years. And I've been using its technologies for almost as long.

In short, I'm going to tell you all about a stock that I know.

And I'll do more than just tell you about the company. I'm also going to walk you through the five "screens" that explain why this beaten-down tech leader should be on your personal "watch list" right now.

By the time we're done, if you decide to move on this stock, you'll be investing in what you know, too… Full Story

By the time we're done, if you decide to move on this stock, you'll be investing in what you know, too...

Trading Strategies

My Favorite Cybersecurity Play Is a Much Better Bet Than the Equifax Settlement

Equifax recently settled with the Federal Trade Commission over its massive 2017 consumer data breach, agreeing to pay up to $700 million to settle claims.

But the thing is that with just $31 million of the $700 million settlement set aside for financial claims, it’s possible individuals could collect as little as twenty cents.

That’s why Michael’s going to show you a stock that could “compensate” you better each year as the cybersecurity sector heats up…


A "Hidden" Way into Tech's $126 Billion Worth of Stock Buybacks This Quarter

It's time for me to update the mantra I have used here for many years.

No, I haven't backed off my belief that the road to wealth is paved with tech.

Just the opposite in fact. What's really going on these days is that the road to wealth is becoming a super highway.

Let me explain. As I have noted many times in our twice-weekly chats, U.S. tech firms generate enormous amounts of cash.

That's one of the reasons why the top four American tech firms have combined market caps of $3.6 trillion, or roughly the size of Canada and Brazil's economies combined.

Indeed, their profit margins are so huge they simply can't invest it all in the next round of innovation.

And it explains why tech firms are the leaders in one of the market's more important new dynamics – share buybacks.

Don't underestimate the importance of this red-hot new trend. Just in the first quarter, we're talking at least $126 billion of tech share purchases.

Today, I'm going to reveal a great way to play this trend. And it's with an investment that has beaten the broad market by 161%…

Check it out...


The Best Tech Stock to Buy in August 2018

There's no denying the tremendous profit potential of stocks in the tech sector, even as the broader stock market is slow.

The SPDR Select Tech Sector ETF (NYSE Arca: XLK) is up double the S&P 500 on the year.

Today, we're going to cut through the noise and show the best tech stock to buy in August 2018.