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Three "COVID-Killer" Technologies - and Three Ways Investors Can Ride Along for Profit

The coronavirus pandemic is absolutely one of the biggest crises – and greatest tragedies – of this generation.

But trouble also spurs action – so that new ways of thinking tackle new threats like COVID-19.

And more than any other, one word characterizes these new ideas.

I'm talking about "innovation."

Now, I don't think there's any doubt among scientists, doctors, and drug executives that COVID-19 has created a huge paradigm shift.

The pandemic is prompting company executives, researchers, government officials, and medical scientists to seek new ways to do things – as well as the technologies that can fuel those new approaches.

The bottom line: All these folks are looking to use existing technologies to tamp down on the coronavirus pandemic.

And once they've succeeded – as they will – these new ways of doing things will mostly be here to stay.

That means the technologies that made this all possible will be major beneficiaries going forward.

Three areas of technology stand to be the biggest winners of all.

Today, I'm going to show you those three winners. All told, the three segments I want to walk you through today are on their way to being worth more than $70 billion on a global basis.

And I'm also going to detail three investments that will allow you to ride these new tech waves – and profit – in an equally meaningful way.

So let's get started… Full Story

So let's get started...


The Surprise Tech Winner of the New Tax Cuts

We've spent the past week reacting to the market correction.

Last week, I showed you three "Fat Finger Market Tools" you can use to protect your current investment portfolio. They're three strategies you can use to turn anything – bloodbath or rally – into money in the bank.

I want you to keep that list in hand because the market has yet to settle down – we're going to keep seeing a lot of turbulence for at least a couple of more weeks.

Then we went over five Strategic Tech Investor Game Changers – three "rules" we'll be using to find our next round of winning technology, legal cannabis, and cryptocurrency plays.

And I promised you I'd circle back soon – using those Game Changers to dig up some new profit opportunities.

Today I start keeping that promise...


Forget the New iPhone: This Is the Tech Announcement We're Watching

Apple will generate a lot of headlines this week.

That's because the company just unveiled the new iPhone 8 – and probably more – during an event at the new Steve Jobs Theater on Apple's Silicon Valley campus. The company is hoping that its new devices will help it reverse six straight quarters of sales declines in China.

That's big news – for Apple and its shareholders… for iPhone suppliers and their shareholders… for Apple's competitors and their shareholders… and for the "tech news industrial complex" that depends on Apple for clicks and page views.

But there was another tech announcement yesterday that I think is a much bigger deal...


Nobody Is Talking About the Best Tech Play After Amazon's Big Buy

If there's one thing you can count on from Wall Street, it's repetitious analysis of big tech news.

Take the Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) purchase of Whole Foods Market Inc. (Nasdaq: WFM) for $13.7 billion two weeks ago.

A steady, predictable stream of stories quoting analysts about the "death of retail" followed the announcement.

Don't get me wrong – it's a big, ongoing story. It's one I wrote about in the past, as recently as May 23.

What they missed is how this is a boon for technology: mobile commerce, Big Data, machine vision and learning, chips, sensors… and especially robots.

Robots already are all over Amazon's warehouses and are a big part of its success.

Now they'll be in Whole Foods' warehouses, checkout lines, and maybe even play a part in making deliveries.

You could buy Amazon – and I recommend you do establish a position if you haven't yet – but that's pricey.

You could buy a robotics stock, but that will only scratch the surface.

Or you could make this one move and get at least double the market's return...

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Three Reasons to Ignore Robo-Advisors... and The Best Strategy to Beat Them

I've seen Wall Street use darn near every little conceivable technological trick in the book to gain a statistical edge over every day investors over the past 35 years.

One of the craziest was a high-frequency trading shop that actually wanted to drill through mountains so they could shave off milliseconds transporting information along a fiber-optic cable between exchanges in Chicago and New Jersey.

So, when BlackRock, a global investment management company with $5.1 trillion under management announced earlier this week that it was replacing human managers with stock-picking machines, only one thought raced through my brain…

here we go again!

Here's what Wall Street won't tell you.

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