Since February, we’ve covered a lot of ground together.
For starters, I showed you how technology stocks are outperforming the average S&P 500 stock by an astonishing SIX to one in 2014.
I showed you how a remarkable 93% of the stocks in my current model portfolio are producing substantial gains — and that we’re seeing gains of 114% … 178% … 156% … 234% … as much as 305% — enough to quadruple your money.
In “Epic Profits Ahead!”
I showed you why I think it’s crazy
to let fear of a possible correction
deprive you of tremendous profit potential:
I wrote …
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“We’ve been through two world wars in Europe and one in Asia, two nuclear blasts, countless smaller wars, countless plagues, countless genocides, countless super-destructive hurricanes, tsunamis, and earthquakes, some of the worst political leadership imaginable, at least five serious bear markets, several market crashes, numerous recessions, a global depression, and yet, hey — we are still standing.
“… And stocks are up 10,000% from where they were in 1900 before all these terrible things happened.”
And I also I showed you what legendary fund manager Peter Lynch said about stock market fears:
“Your ultimate success or failure will depend on your ability to ignore the worries of the world long enough to allow your investments to succeed.
“It isn’t the head but the stomach that determines the fate of the stock picker.”
BOTTOM LINE: Since ignoring the threat of corrections — even from major world wars — could have made you 10,000% richer, doesn’t it just make sense to focus on potential profits instead of distant dangers?
In “Turning $25,000 into $12 Million”
I showed you why a decline in the dollar
would be very GOOD for tech stocks:
“A decline in the U.S. dollar,” I wrote ” — even a crash — could be one of the BEST things that could happen to tech stocks for two critical reasons:
“First, a decline in the U.S. dollar causes inflation; rising prices. And one of the first things to rise tends to be financial assets.
“Second, a falling dollar is actually one of the best things that could possibly happen to U.S. tech companies because it makes their products cheaper — and by definition, more competitive overseas.”
BOTTOM LINE: The lower the dollar goes, the better these companies — and these stocks look!
In “Is Bubblephobia costing you a fortune?”
I showed you why worrying about bubbles
could be the most expensive thing you could do:
I wrote …
“Bubbles are the single most important part of the investment cycle. They are all about optimism among investors and the public about the future of a technology or service.
“You need that kind of enthusiasm to build things that otherwise would never be built, like the transcontinental railway, the airplane, hundreds of thousands of miles of “dark fiber” in the 1990s and so on.”
“When they [valuations] are high and rising, it’s a good thing. It means there’s still time to make money.
“But when valuations get insane — like just before the tech wreck when companies with no earnings were trading at up to 148 times book value — it’s time to take your profits off of the table.”
BOTTOM LINE: Obsessing over the possibility that a future bubble could burst is the best way to miss out on huge profits in the here-and-now!
In “Tech Stock Profits for Non-Geeks,”
I showed you why you don’t have
to become an expert on technology
to make a bundle on these new
And I detailed the approach I use to find stocks that double, triple, even quadruple our money in the current environment …
That also leads me to stocks that are likely to do far better in the months ahead …
And that gives us 93% winners.
BOTTOM LINE: This is NOT rocket science — all you need is a prudent, common-sense approach like the one I’ve already given you!
In “The Poor Man’s Way to Riches,”
I showed you why you don’t need a lot of money
to go for huge profits:
I explained that I only paid about $32 for the average stock in our previous model portfolio.
Plus, I also pointed out that most of today’s biggest tech superstars started out life at under $30 per share …
And today, those stocks are up as much as 58,881% — $10,000 becomes nearly $6 million and $25,000 becomes nearly $15 million.
BOTTOM LINE: You do NOT need a lot of money to do this!
Now, of all the concerns I’ve heard from readers over the past few months, only one remains …
“I just don’t have the time
to get into technology investing now!”
I can relate. Believe me: We ALL can!
We live unbelievably hectic lives. Adding a new approach to your stable of investments could take a lot of time.
But it doesn’t have to — because I’ve got you covered.
Allow me to explain …
At 2:00 PM Eastern Time on Tuesday, April 8, I’m joining Dr. Weiss at the Money and Market studios for an historic first meeting.
At that meeting, I will NAME my favorite technology stocks to buy now.
I will also open enrollment for NEW TECH SUPERSTARS — my exciting new trading service for technology investors.
I can’t tell you much now — I do NOT want to spoil the surprise. Suffice it to say that I’m going to help you get your share of all the profit potential I find …
- In just 15 minutes per week, and …
- For much less than the cost of one cup of coffee per day.
You can’t join NEW TECH SUPERSTARS now, but you can guarantee yourself a seat at the unveiling:
Registration for the April 8 launch event is NOW OPEN. Simply click this link to reserve your place.
Please do NOT miss it: This is one briefing you will NOT want to miss!
P.S. Let’s talk tech stocks! Here’s your chance to ask me anything you like about technology stocks: Simply click this link to jump over to the Money and Markets blog. I’ll check in during the day and give you my best answers to your questions.
I won’t be able to do this forever, so be sure to join the conversation right away: Just click this link and let’s get the conversation going!