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- An Open Letter to IBM CEO Virginia Rometty
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The 3D printing industry cooled off in 2015, but it's geared up for an explosive rebound. In fact, 3D printing is on pace to become the next $1 trillion sector.
The USA Today Network will be the first media company to broadcast a regularly scheduled news show in virtual reality (VR), demonstrating how VR technology is on the verge of mass adoption.
The coming wireless revolution will go far beyond handheld mobile devices. By 2020, we'll be using 50 billion connected "things" worldwide.
To make this revolution possible, our wireless Internet is going to have to get faster - much, much faster, in fact.
Once this huge breakthrough in mobile communications takes hold, the wireless Internet will run up to 50 times faster than existing 4G connections.
Small-cap stocks got hammered in the market's sell-off earlier this year. That's because Wall Street became convinced that the global growth story was dead.
But the Internet of Everything market is experiencing explosive growth. It's expected to top 50.1 billion connected devices by 2020 and $14.4 trillion in sales by 2022.
After years of declining revenue, investors have called for IBM chief Virginia Rometty to unlock the shareholder value living deep inside her company.
Software stocks have fallen in value because they've fallen victim to Wall Street's hair-trigger herd mentality. But some of these stocks are down for no good reason.
And I've found three great software stocks you can play to turn this overreaction to your advantage - and potentially double your money.
Despite the recent slump, the life sciences sector - which includes biotech - offers investors some of the best long-term opportunities for building wealth.
And that means you definitely want biotech stocks in your portfolio, especially now.
While the market may be down, great stocks and outstanding bargains are out there. You just have to know where to look.
Today I want you to take a look at one Silicon Valley giant we've talked about before.
This company and its savvy leaders are conquering the cloud-based computing space... spending money on growth... moving into new markets... and growing their customer base by leaps and bounds.
Blue-chip tech stocks were some of the biggest growth catalysts for the bull market we exited in January. That was the longest bull market since World War II, which lasted six years.
Now we've entered a bear market. And it's sent the Nasdaq down 17% from its July highs.
Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) are already down 11% and 26% this year, respectively.
Super Bowl 50 could rebrand itself as the Silicon Valley Bowl. After all, sports broadcasting serves as a testing ground and showcase for TV and camera technology.
But I'm most excited about a new replay camera system that gives one of the tech investing trends we've long been following a Super Bowl debut.
This technology is now so significant that it's beginning to disrupt the entire TV sector - enough so that UHDTV sets will earn a 50% market share by the end of this decade - making them a $30.4 billion market.
During times like these, your first reaction may be to sell everything. However, the last thing you should do now is let your emotions take over, join the panicky crowd, and dump your stocks.
Whenever a CEO takes the stage at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we investors expect them to reveal something meaningful... innovative... in a word - big.
But after IBM Corp. CEO Virginia Rometty's keynote speech, I was left unimpressed - and so was Wall Street. Last week, shares of IBM fell to five-year lows, off nearly 19% over last six months.
This sudden drop is only the latest bad news for the once-mighty IBM. And it's just one reason why I've penned a letter to Rometty and offered her a custom-made action plan.
There's a lot more to making money in tech stocks than choosing the right investments. You also have to know which stocks to avoid. After all, no one wants to lose money chasing after overhyped stocks.
If current trends continue, expect to see a lot of hype from Wall Street about great "turnaround" investments. Today I want to peer inside several turnaround prospects the Street is likely to peddle in the coming months.
The "New Internet Economy" is a market sector worth a combined $2.6 trillion, with major trends driving a select group of five big-cap leaders to new heights.
Each of these all-stars commands a growing slice of e-commerce, mobile transactions, and cloud computing, and all are poised to hand tech investors steady gains, starting in January.