Today, with just one stock, our Michael Robinson's going to not only prove the tech-yield naysayers wrong, but he's also going to connect you with a high-tech dividend-paying machine...
- There's Much More Dividend Yield in Tech Than Anyone Realizes
- Three Tech Leaders You Can Count on to Pay Out Hefty Dividends
- Five Pro Tips for Life-Changing Angel Investing Returns
- The "5G Revolution" Can't Happen Without This Company
- Take Huge Profits from the Markets' "Digital Moonshot"
- What Tesla’s Lithium Play Means for Electric Vehicle Stocks
- This Stock Could Double by the End of the COVID-19 Pandemic
- What Is DeFi? This Crypto Boom Exploded 10x in 3 Months
- Why Startup Investors Are Going to Look Mighty Smart in 2020
- How You Can Profit from the Next Transistor Revolution
- Make This High-Profit Nuclear Play (Before the Market Realizes It's Actually "Green")
- A Federal “Hack-Proof Web” Project Will Make This Money-Doubling Tech Stock Even Better
- Why This Defense Sector Play Is a Buy Now
- Today Is a Make-or-Break Day for the FAANGS; Here's What to Do
- How to Avoid the Four Most Common Mistakes Angel Investors Make in Their First Year
- One of the Biggest Mergers in Defense History Created This "Must Buy" Security Play
Tech has become the best sector to find dividends that are the least likely to be cut no matter what happens with the economy.
And today, Michael’s sharing with you three of these great tech dividend payers for your portfolio….
There’s a lot of uncertainty right now in the market.
But Neil’s here to tell you not to panic because as a startup investor, you’re in a unique position.
But picking the right deals requires a plan, which is why he’s sharing some of his best ideas for getting the most out of your investments right now….
Pentagon watchers like me lit up when, last month, the Department of Defense asked for firms to help with a new approach that would blend military and civilian capabilities for the new, ultra-fast broadband cellular communications system.
This is a very big deal: The Pentagon would allow private companies to build up their 5G capacity using parts of the wireless spectrum hitherto reserved for the military.
That means companies would be allowed to access the system without the need to invest billions bidding for wireless licenses at auction.
The practical effect would be wider, faster adoption of the next-gen network by cars, factories, hospitals, offices - you name it.
And bear in mind, this is happening after the President signed a pair of bills designed to boost and secure 5G networks nationwide.
That new legislation, and the Pentagon's willingness to "open the door" on its corner of the broadband spectrum, are like rocket fuel for this new, high-profit technology.
I've always said it and always will: The road to wealth is paved with tech.
If you've been with me for a while, you've made some lucrative "stops" along the road; nanotechnology, 3-D printing, pharmaceuticals, genetics - just to name a few.
Right now, the road is heading straight toward the "Cloud" - distributed computing.
As we speak, the Cloud is in the midst of revolutionizing virtually the entire economy. Before long, the Cloud will be a player in all of our lives, changing them for the better.
Right now, the Cloud is transforming the stock market itself, offering us one of the most impressive profit catalysts I've ever seen.
Coming off the heels of Tesla’s (NASDAQ: TSLA) “battery day,” the company has inked a five-year fixed price binding agreement to buy lithium from Australian miner Piedmont Lithium (NASDAQ: PLL).
This helped lithium stocks rally on Monday with Piedmont trading up over 200% and Lithium Americas (NYSE: LAC) and others trading in lock step.
Fortunately there’s a better way to profit.
A way that lets you cash in on this exciting industry without the risk of backing the wrong horse.
Right now, the infrastructure for electric vehicles is far from built out like the 168,000 gas stations across the country and that is why I’m looking at this pick and shovel play that could be one of the biggest opportunities in EV stocks right now.
In China, Spain, Italy, and across the world, we've seen how quickly and easily medical systems can be swamped by big surges in novel coronavirus cases.
In most places here in the United States, healthcare systems have borne up pretty well, though at times, they've been under punishing pressure.
Officials have had to scramble to keep up with demand for care. Among other things, we've seen hotels in New York City pressed into service as hospitals and dormitories for healthcare providers. In Baltimore, the downtown convention center has become a hospital and testing center. In Bayou Segnette State Park, south of New Orleans, even recreational cabins were used as makeshift isolation wards.
That's just some of the improvisation that's had to take place across virtually the entire country.
Technological and medial improvisation has been a recurring theme in some of our talks about the national COVID-19 response.
So today, I want to tell you about a company working to ease the need for such drastic measures. It's not working on a breakthrough vaccine or therapy, or on a lifesaving machine - though its work, in my view, is every bit as important to the fight.
Rather, this company is working on a more, shall we say, basic, foundational approach. And it has a "secret weapon" that can not only help us beat the disease, but has applications and growth potential far beyond healthcare.
A lot of people both in and out of crypto have been asking "what is DeFi?" lately.
It's a portmanteau of the term "decentralized finance" and has taken the crypto world by storm.
In a nutshell, DeFi uses code and blockchain tech to eliminate the middleman - namely, banks - from financial transactions.
But it's caught on because a lot of investors are making a ton of money with it.
One of the benefits of being a startup investor is that you normally don't have to worry about the Fed's every move.
That's because the startup sector is more resilient and usually not correlated with the stock market.
Now thanks to the Fed, if you're in startups and angel investing, you're being handed a huge opportunity.
And if you're not, this is the perfect time to get started...
In 1959, Bell Labs researchers Dawon Kahng and Mohammed Atalla developed the world's first truly compact semiconductor, the MOSFET transistor. Their transistor wasn't the first, but it was the first that could be miniaturized and mass-produced practically.
And when I say "mass-produced," I really mean it...
Analyst Jim Handy, talking to the Computer History Museum, estimated that some 13 sextillion (13, followed by 21 zeros) transistors have been manufactured since the very first prototype in 1947. By his estimate, that makes the transistor the most numerous manmade item in all of human history by a comfortable margin.
In fact, as of 2018, there are probably more transistors on Earth than there are grains of sand.
Good thing, then, they've been growing smaller by the year.
Back in 1954, colorful Regency TR-1 "pocket" radios sold for the equivalent of $476 in today's dollars. The TR-1's four pricey transistors meant a little less than 20% in profits for Regency.
The Sony TR-63 hit shelves in 1957. It sported six transistors and sold for roughly $354 of today's dollars.
Smaller, more powerful, cheaper - with fatter profit margins, to boot.
By 1959, there were 6 million personal radios in America that brought in $1.3 billion (in 2020 terms) in profits for the three Japanese companies - Sony, Sharp, and Toshiba - that made them.
In 2020, every single iPhone 11 Apple makes sports 8.5 billion transistors, more than 171 million per square millimeter of chip. Estimates vary, but Apple may make 40% in profits on every unit sold.
You could easily argue the transistor belongs up there with the wheel, the nail, and the brick among the inventions that "changed everything." It has certainly generated incalculable wealth.
Today, the semiconductor industry is worth around $430 billion and counting.
Today, our Michael Robinson's going to explain why nuclear energy should be considered "green." Plus, he'll show you a company whose shares are set to double or more in value because it has embraced nuclear power for what it really is: clean, safe renewable energy...
Quantum computing is looking to be the way of the future.
By using subatomic particles, it exponentially increases computing speed, leading to a much more secure and eventually hack-proof internet.
But one tech leader is already years ahead of the pack.
And the good news for investors is that its stock is set to double in price...
This under-the-radar defense and tech stock is going to lead the aviation and aeronautics industries in years to come.
It's set to double earnings over the next three to four years, which will translate to a much higher share price.
Markets, equity markets in particular, are at a vulnerable place, today and the rest of this week. That's because the Mega-Cap Tech Darlings that have led the market higher are all at a similar inflection point - live or die, up or down.
What happens, which we'll find out before Friday's close, could delight or devastate markets.
Yesterday, the CEOs of Apple, Amazon.com, Facebook, and Google - whose companies are all under federal scrutiny - testified before the House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee.
That the pandemic meant the whole thing was done via videoconference is just a footnote. Whether our antitrust laws, which were mostly passed or amended between 1890 and 1976, are adequate to address these 21st century questions and practices, is a story for another day.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos, as The Washington Post noted, hadn't appeared before Congress before, though Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, and Sundar Pichai of Facebook, Apple, and Google are old hat at this by now.
What was said isn't necessarily important - or anything we haven't heard before in one form or another.
So many people miss out on the staggering gains they can get from startup investing because of one thing: fear.
It's the biggest mistake a potential investor can make - being so terrified of making any mistakes that they don't take a step forward at all.
The opportunity cost of not investing is high, and can lock them out of returns from one of the highest-performing asset classes of all time.
Opportunity cost is not a financial cost. It doesn't appear on your bank account. But it can still be substantial - and in this case, it can mean missing out on hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars.
Venture capitalists like to say that their losses are bounded to 1x their money - or, you can only lose the money you invest - while their potential gains are unbounded. Previous startup returns have been as high as 10,000x in certain cases (where an investment of $10,000 results in a $100 million return) and sometimes even higher.
It's inevitable that you'll make several mistakes while starting on your journey as an investor. This is absolutely OK, even expected.
What's great about angel investing is that you can start by investing a very small amount ($100) and can make money while making mistakes.
Plus, you have an advantage if you're just getting started with angel investing. You have me, who's already learned from these mistakes and can show you how to sidestep them.