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One of our favorite tech investments is Ambarella Inc. (Nasdaq: AMBA) stock, which has climbed 41.2% in 2015.
We recommended this tech stock well before 2015. Money Morning's Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson told readers about this profit play in August 2013. Since then, AMBA stock has soared 305%.
One of the best tech stocks to buy now is actually a re-recommendation from Money Morning's Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson.
When he first shared it with his readers on Aug. 2, 2013, the tech stock opened at just $15.99. Yesterday (Monday), the stock closed at $51.09. That's a gain of 220% in a year and a half.
Ambarella stock (Nasdaq: AMBA) hit a rough patch this year when the stock declined by roughly 30% from early January to early May.
But staying the course proved highly profitable - Ambarella stock went on to gain roughly 53% so far this year. And it's up some 203% since we first recommended it back on Aug. 2, 2013.
Corrections offer a chance to add to your portfolio's long-term gains. Yet if we buy on the dips too early, we run the risk of getting stopped out to protect capital.
To avoid that, I've developed a system to determine if a stock has fallen so far that it's become available at what I call a "Stupid Cheap Price."
GoPro Inc. (Nasdaq: GPRO) launched its successful IPO on June 26. And it's up nearly 24% since then.
As an individual investor, you probably couldn't participate in the GoPro initial public offering... or any IPO. However, the best investments usually aren't the big-name companies whose products line store shelves - but the "pick and shovel" plays...
I've been a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes ever since my Dad introduced me to the fabled detective when I was 10 or 11 and living near Pittsburgh back in the early 1970s.
And two of my favorite stories are The Final Problem and The Adventure of the Empty House.
In The Final Problem, Holmes has finally beaten his nemesis, Prof. James Moriarty, setting the brilliant villain and his gang up for arrest by Scotland Yard.
With the tough work done (and the need to steer clear of the criminals being rounded up by Scotland Yard), Holmes and friend Dr. John Watson head to the Continent for a literal "getaway" vacation. But Moriarty eludes the police dragnet and follows Holmes to Switzerland, cornering him alone on a narrow shelf overlooking Reichenbach Falls...
When Watson arrives later, he finds churned-up earth and a hastily jotted note from Holmes - which Moriarty had "courteously" permitted him to write in advance of the "final discussion of those questions which lie between us."