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Amazon just bought 100,000 electric trucks from Rivian.
This is a massive boon for electric vehicle stocks.
Here’s whether you can buy Rivian stock.
For the past 54 years, tech stocks have beaten the broader market when recession signals start to flash red. And this time, it’s no different.
Check out the best tech stocks to buy to ride this market turbulence.
For the first time since 2007, the two-year and 10-year treasury yields have inverted.
But despite fears of a recession, tech stocks have a long history of outperforming the market during a yield-curve inversion.
2019 has been a bigger year for clean energy.
And to help you capitalize on its $10 trillion opportunity, here are the best renewable energy stocks to buy now.
My wife says that at the rate I'm going, we're going to have to buy a new table.
Let me explain. My job as your tech analyst is to go beyond the headlines and find great tech stocks that can absolutely crush the market - in good times and in bad.
And that often means pounding the table for the global tech ecosystem in general, and for market rippers in particular.
That's exactly what I did back on Jan. 11. You may not recall it, but in my mind's eye, it's as if it were just yesterday.
At the time, the tech-centric Nasdaq had entered bear market territory, defined as a 20% drop from a recent high. I said it was "fear and not fundamentals" that was driving the market lower.
I then listed three beaten-down tech leaders I said were poised for big rebounds.
Today, I'm following up let you know - all three just crushed it, as I'll show you.
By now, I think it's safe to say that Jim Cramer was dead wrong.
And I was right on the money.
Here's the thing. I remember very clearly the day that Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) crossed the $1,000 mark on May 31, 2017.
Cramer, the host of CNBC's Mad Money looked at the price and slammed it. He said that "psychologically" $1,000 is a lot to pay for a stock he felt was getting ahead of itself.
As the saying goes, that was then and this is now.
No doubt, the tech leader hit a rough patch late last year with the rest of the market. And it has come under fire recently as part of the Big Tech backlash.
Yet, as the firm prepares to report earnings later this week, the stock is once again trading in the $2,000 range, double what Cramer was worrying about.
Not only that, but the "King of E-commerce" is just shy of hitting another historic moment. It's roughly 2% from having a $1 trillion market cap.
And today, I'm going to show you why I still firmly believe the stock will hit at least $3,000 a share - and likely much, much more than that...
I don't know about you, but I would love to own a piece of the Fast & Furious movie franchise.
I recently saw a preview for the ninth installment set to debut in the spring of 2020. I'm a big fan of the action-adventure genre in general, and this series of movies in particular.
It features a group of misfits who transform from street racing hot rods to become an international espionage team.
Don't scoff, there's big money here. To date, the nine movies have brought in more than $5 billion.
Here's the thing. Something similar is happening in the high-margin software sector.
Technically speaking, it's a field known as "DevOps." The term refers to the $50 billion up for grabs by helping companies make a transition from legacy systems to cutting-edge digital tech.
Today, I'm going to show you what I call 'Software's Fast & Furious.
These days just about every sane American is in love with Wall Street.
In fact, I haven't seen the Street get so much positive publicity in many years.
And it's easy to see why. All three major indexes posted massive gains for the first half of the year, tying decades-old records on the strength of June's rally.
Consider that the S&P 500 had its best June since 1955 as the Dow logged its best performance since 1938. The tech-centric Nasdaq had its best June since 2000.
So, you might be tempted to think all you had to do was throw a dart at the stock tables to find a winner.
Truth be told, you can do far better - if you have a savvy tech expert carefully hand selecting stocks for you.
Just ask the readers of my Nova-X Report. They had four stocks that gained 100% each through the end of June.
Today, I'm going to show you how we did it, and how you can get in on the sizzling action here...
It's time for me to update the mantra I have used here for many years.
No, I haven't backed off my belief that the road to wealth is paved with tech.
Just the opposite in fact. What's really going on these days is that the road to wealth is becoming a super highway.
Let me explain. As I have noted many times in our twice-weekly chats, U.S. tech firms generate enormous amounts of cash.
That's one of the reasons why the top four American tech firms have combined market caps of $3.6 trillion, or roughly the size of Canada and Brazil's economies combined.
Indeed, their profit margins are so huge they simply can't invest it all in the next round of innovation.
And it explains why tech firms are the leaders in one of the market's more important new dynamics - share buybacks.
Don't underestimate the importance of this red-hot new trend. Just in the first quarter, we're talking at least $126 billion of tech share purchases.
Today, I'm going to reveal a great way to play this trend. And it's with an investment that has beaten the broad market by 161%...
Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) stock is tanking, down 10% in just five days. Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) thinks its price could reach a low of $10 per share if this U.S.-China trade conflict persists down its tumultuous path.
It was great to hear from my good friend, Frank Holmes, once again.
This time, he had some very exciting news about his involvement in one of the more lucrative fields in high tech today.
But first, you may recall that when we spoke last Dec. 7, I noted that I have followed Frank's career for many years because he ranks as one world's leading experts on anything involving metals and mining.
He serves as the CEO and chief investment officer at U.S. Global Investors (Nasdaq:GROW). It's a boutique investment management firm, specializing in actively managed equity and bond strategies.
As impressive as his title is, it only scratches the surface of why I think he is a visionary leader.
Frank also ranks as a leading expert on high tech. And his latest venture combines those two parts of his personality with the promise of huge payouts for investors.
Indeed, Frank has just become the chairman of a fast-moving nano-cap that is using artificial intelligence (AI) to disrupt the centuries-old mining sector.
Last week, Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced it will be shutting down its digital storefront in China.
But Money Morning Executive Editor Bill Patalon isn't surprised.
One of his favorite technology stocks has been edging Amazon out of the Chinese digital retail space for a few years now.
On April 3, Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) introduced the nation's first 5G network services in Chicago and Minneapolis, kicking off one of the most explosive tech-investing opportunities we've seen.
Verizon's rollout of its 5G network was largely brushed under the rug by major media outlets.
When we spoke on New Year's Day, I told you not to worry about a recession this year.
While I stand by my optimistic forecast for tech stocks in 2019, all this talk about the "R" word reminds me that it may be the perfect time for you to take my "investor personality test."
This is a process by which you figure out how you really feel about stocks, the market and the economy.
The bigger idea being that if you really want to be fully prepared for both good and bad times, start by first understanding what makes you tick as an investor.
Because over the long haul, that can save you lots of heartache - and a lot of cold, hard cash....