Growth in the human augmentation sector won't happen equally. Whoever redefines this market will capture the lion's share of the $1.8 billion in profits up for grabs.
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One of Wall Street's cardinal sins is a "set it and forget it" mentality. What I mean by that is there's often a flurry of interest in specific stocks and then... nothing.
That's too bad because the devil, as they say, is always in the details. In that spirit, let's check in on two of our favorite recommendations today: Ekso Bionics and Consolidated Water.
As you might expect, my email's been flooded with all kinds of questions, comments, and observations since the markets began their 7% slide downward in earnest.
Most are pretty straightforward - oil, the sell-off, China, Social Security, and more - but a number of them deal with our favorite Human Augmentation recommendation, Ekso Bionics.
One, in particular, was exceptionally blunt: Have we backed the wrong horse?
Ekso Bionics stock was our first human augmentation recommendation, and it has drifted lower recently.
But the business case for EKSO's growth is very strong.
A year ago, Ekso Bionics (OTCBB: EKSO) was almost completely off the radar and totally unknown to both investors and analysts alike. But we knew that wouldn't be the case for long.
We also knew the company would attract a lot more capital down the road once others saw the potential... as long as management continued to produce results.
It was only a matter of time before Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: EKSO) stock broke into the Money Morning "2015 Top Stocks to Invest In" list.
On the year, EKSO stock is up 53.7%. Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald said that EKSO stock is one of his favorite companies right now because it taps into a dynamic market trend.
We've loved EKSO Bionics for some time now. It's revenue has gone up 80% since we first recommended it. Its exports surged 250% in one year.
And Sterne Agee kicked off coverage of the company with a "buy" rating and an initial price target of $1.75 per share.
The human augmentation market will be worth billions of dollars by 2020. It's growing at a rate of 43.52% a year. And some of our readers are already cashing in.
One of our favorite human augmentation stocks has returned 25% since it was first recommended last fall.
Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc. (OTCbb: EKSO) stock is one of the best long-term profit plays on the market today.
In fact, our experts say EKSO stock could climb 1,648% from today's opening price within the next five years.
As part of his research process, Fitz-Gerald visited the small Richmond, Calif., company in 2014. The technology he saw was a total game-changer.
Ekso Bionics is a cutting-edge company. Last October, we reported that its share price would go up to $21.14 by 2020.
But based on what EKSO is currently doing, and what's happening in the broader market, we've grown even more bullish on the stock.
Money Morning's "unloved" pick of the week is robotic exoskeleton company Ekso Bionics Holdings Inc. (OTC: EKSO).
Ekso stock is a favorite pick of Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald. He believes Ekso Bionics stock could rise more than 13-fold over the next five years.
As a penny stock that keeps losing money, Ekso quickly fell out of favor with investors after a wildly successful IPO. Usually that's a bad sign.
The best tech investment to make today centers around some jaw-dropping technology - and I had the chance to see it firsthand.
You see, if I'm going to recommend an investment, I'd better have a good idea of what the company does and how they do it. And you can't find that on a website. So I was excited about my recent visit to a small firm to dig up the details on our unstoppable "human augmentation" trend.