The Biggest Tech Trend in History
“What are you doing for the Super Bowl?” a friend asked.
“My usual,” I answered, and he just laughed.
You see … I don’t own a TV.
I gave my last TV to a friend who lived near me in Brooklyn, New York, 20 years ago. I haven’t watched a Super Bowl since then, and I’ve missed everything from Dancing With the Stars to The Bachelorette.
I estimate that over these 20 years, choosing to not have a TV in my house has given me an extra 26,280 hours of time to spend on my life’s passion: understanding markets and learning about new technology each and every day.
On average, I am reading about, thinking about and writing about markets and technology trends for eight to 10 hours each day.
Devoting this much time to reading about markets and technology is what gives me incredible insight to see big tech trends before everyone else. And it’s what’s allowed me to earn financial independence through investing in mega trends.
Right now, there is one major — monster — tech mega trend that is dominating the stock market. It’s beginning to spawn huge winners — the kind of winners that could make you rich and give you financial independence…
Another monster winner is Advanced Micro Devices, an IoT powerhouse that’s up an incredible 575% in the last 12 months.
Subscribers to my Profits Unlimited service are also experiencing huge gains. Early investors in the company featured in my report, The Company Leading the $19 Trillion Revolution, are up 165% since June 2016.
And the shocking thing about all these stocks is that they are still going up. However, that comes as no surprise to readers of Profits Unlimited.
When we launched Profits Unlimited in June 2016, we released a special video report on the IoT in which we told everyone that this is the biggest tech trend in history — a trend that has the capability to make astonishing fortunes for early investors.
Bull Market Superstars
The thing is, this trend is still in its infancy. In fact, I believe the biggest winners from the IoT mega trend are still ahead. That’s because when you look back at previous tech trends, there were always new companies that eventually became the true superstars of the bull markets.
For example, the 1980s bull market, which was driven by the first personal computers, saw phenomenal winners such as Microsoft … which went up by 65,000% from its initial public offering (IPO) to its 1999 peak level.
Or the 1990s bull market, which was driven by the Internet and saw Cisco Systems show astonishing gains of over 45,000% from its IPO in 1990 to its peak in 2000.
Now, Microsoft and Cisco were new, young companies when they came to the stock market. Most investors — even professionals — won’t invest in these type of companies because they are riskier and their stocks are more volatile. Wall Street is notorious for bringing junky companies to the stock market. So this is an area where you have to tread carefully.
However, the gains can be life-changing. A $10,000 investment in Microsoft at its IPO would have made you a millionaire in less than 10 years.
The key is knowing where to look for the next great opportunity.
That’s why I’ve started my Profits Unlimited newsletter and will continue to help readers uncover great opportunities within the IoT revolution.
Editor, Profits Unlimited
P.S. If you’re like most investors and prefer to be in safer, steadier investments, then you can buy general exposure to the stock market through an exchange-traded fund (ETF) I’ve been telling you to buy since February 2016. This ETF is the SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (NYSE Arca: DIA), and it’s up 25% since then.