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It's been a rough year for markets so far in 2016, but our top experts say there's still a lot of money to be made in the tech sector, if you know where to look.
There’s never a better time or place to look for tech stocks with potential than the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
The problem for investors is how to sort through the 3,600 exhibitors to find the best tech stocks to buy. Fortunately, Money Morning kept a close eye on what came out of CES 2016.
Since reaching an all-time high of 18,351.36 on May 19, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped 10.2%. That puts us in stock market correction territory.
But tech stocks are actually outperforming. The Nasdaq Composite is still up 1.3% on the year, despite slipping 7.9% since hitting a high in July.
Finding the right tech stocks to buy to play the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market can deliver serious profits for investors.
Just look at Pace Plc. (OTCMKTS: PCMXF). The set-top box maker soared 33% on April 24 when it was acquired by Arris Group Inc. (Nasdaq: ARRS) for $2.1 billion.
More than $811 billion was spent on M&A deals globally in the first quarter of 2015, according to Reuters.
Five of the United States' top tech companies have more than $430 billion in cash combined, according to a new report from Moody's Investors Service.
That's enough to pay every single U.S. citizen roughly $1,347.
Although I speak with Money Morning technology guru Michael Robinson almost every day - and share his comments and recommendations with you on a regular basis - it has been some time since we actually engaged in a full-fledged question-and-answer session for your benefit.
Today I'll share that Q&A with you.
In it, Michael - editor of our Nova-X Report and Radical Technology Profits advisories - details his outlook for stocks, outlines a risk-management strategy every investor should follow (especially now), and highlights the half-dozen tech stocks that will point you down the path to meaningful wealth.
Michael explains why today's seemingly outrageous valuations can be justified.
[Editor's Note: Nearly half of American families have no net worth at all, and are about one paycheck away from disaster. Meanwhile, retirement savers have a median nest-egg of just $14,500. And that's precisely why we're sharing Michael's Strategic Tech Investor column with you this weekend. This powerful, easy-to-use method can pull anyone out of dire straits and into a comfortable, protected lifestyle or retirement. Here's Michael...]
If you're like most Americans, you're locked in a nightmarish cycle. You work. You spend. You work some more. You earn enough to cover most of your bills - pretty much. You fear those financial emergencies that show up at the worst time.
As my Total Wealth readers know, when I started that newsletter I highlighted six "Unstoppable Trends" - each of which is backed by trillions of dollars - and promised that we'd check in on them from time to time in the pursuit of profits.
Today, I want to keep that promise.
Not only are all the "Unstoppable Trends" fully intact, many are getting even stronger. So are the companies we're tapped into, especially when they're in sectors being written off by the mainstream investment community...
U.S. President Barack Obama doubled-down on his fight against cyberterrorism last week - which means he also delivered 2015's second major "buy" signal for cybersecurity stocks.
The first signal was in early February. That's when President Obama requested $14 billion in his 2016 fiscal-year budget for increased cyber defense. Roughly $5.5 billion of that is requested just for the Pentagon.
"In recent breaches, more than 100 million Americans had their personal data compromised, including, in some cases, credit card information," President Obama said.
When Money Morning's Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald first recommended one of his top stock picks in October, he set a growth estimate of 1,358%.
But he's making a correction. That initial estimate was just too low.
Fitz-Gerald now sees this stock climbing 1,417%. The tech stock opened today at just $1.44 per share. But by 2020, Fitz-Gerald sees it climbing to $21.85 per share.
Money Morning's Defense and Tech Specialist Michael Robinson just told readers about one of the best tech stocks to buy now - and it's actually the second time he's recommending the stock. That's how good the potential is.
Robinson first told his readers about this tech stock in July 2013. At the time, it had a share price of just $23.87.
Today, the stock opened at $36.56. That's a 53% gain in just 18 months.
Five years ago, I quit drinking.
I did so not because I had a problem, but in order to shed some weight. And I was lucky - after I stopped drinking, the pounds just seemed to melt away.
I know most folks aren't that fortunate. That's why dieting and exercise in the United States is a $60.5 billion industry.
The party season surrounding Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's is rapidly approaching, and so that weight-watching industry is just as quickly ramping up its marketing.
With that in mind, I found us a way to invest in this huge sector - and also stick with our mission to build wealth through technology.
When Minghao, a 12-year old Chinese boy, was playing soccer earlier this year, the seemingly healthy player had no idea he was on the cusp of devastating news.
During the game, he headed the ball; it was a simple maneuver regularly seen throughout any match. The next day Minghao (a pseudonym) woke up stiff, sore, and with a severe aching in his neck.
Doctors examined him and, after tests, delivered the type of news that every parent dreads...
Their son had a malignant tumor known as Ewing's sarcoma in the second vertebra of his neck.
Conventional surgery to remove the vertebra was not a promising option. Recovery would be prolonged and the conventional remedy of inserting a titanium tube, held in place by cement and screws, was especially ill-suited for Minghao. As he grew there was a very real chance the bones around the tube would impede and damage it, creating their own dire set of consequences.
What happened next is one of the most exciting breakthroughs I've come across in my career. It's nothing short of revolutionary and, for the companies involved, an equally awe-inducing investment opportunity... Full Story