Proofpoint Inc


This $39 Tech Stock Opens a $304 Billion Opportunity

In 2018 alone, there were around 30 million attacks launched against U.S.

and allied interests – that number has only gone up in the meantime.

And when it comes to cyber-defense, authorities can often rely on support and cooperation from the private tech sector.

And Michael's got a tech stock for you today that will certainly benefit from the enormous $304 billion cybersecurity sector….



How Proofpoint Could Double Your Investment and Then Double It Again

Last Tuesday, I showed you a market-crushing leader that defines high-tech wealth.

The fact is that Proofpoint Inc. (PFPT) is a great way to play the field of anti-phishing cyber security, a major growth field.

But don't take my word for it. None other than the FBI says these kinds of intrusions cost the American public $12.5 billion in financial damages in the 55 months ended May 2018.

And during that period, early Proofpoint's stock totally cleaned up. From Nov. 12, 2012, when it closed at $10.22 through its most recent closing high of $130.14 on Oct. 15, 2019, PFPT made 1,173.4%.

Along the way, the stock beat the benchmark S&P 500 by a stunning 902.5%.

Even better, just $25,000 invested in Proofpoint would have turned into $313,350 in only seven years

But don't worry. I still see plenty of upside ahead. In as little as three years, that original $25,000 will be worth a conservatively estimated $1.27 million.

Let me show you why it's still not too late to get in on all the action

Let me show you why it's still not too late to get in on all the action...


Facebook Could Be a Boon for These Cybersecurity Stocks

It's been a rough year for Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB).

Trust in the social media giant has plunged in the wake of two major scandals surrounding cybersecurity and sensitive consumer information.

A recent hack exposed data of nearly 30 million people, while the firm faced considerable criticism in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal from the 2016 election.

Since January, Facebook stock has fallen over 18%.

However, it looks like the tech giant is looking to turn over a new leaf.