Tesla, Apple, blockchain news, what the inverted yield curve means for the economy, plus a hot new IPO we love (it’s not what you think).
Invest in the new. It’s the chief mantra of our Bold Profits plays and recommendations — and a reason we’re beating the S&P 500 Index by a wide margin.
The subscription model has established itself well in the United States already, but the emerging markets of the world still provide huge opportunities for newer businesses.
Smart home devices are the wave of the future. Many homebuilders are now constructing new homes with smart home technology.
This is an absolutely great move by Tesla. That’s because SUVs are incredibly popular in the U.S., and, increasingly, around the world as well.
This combination of wanting the most convenience and being short on time has given rise to the multibillion-dollar food-delivery industry.
Augmented reality is steadily integrating into our daily lives. The industry is forecasted to grow leaps and bounds over the coming years.
I’m bullish on the subscription economy. These are internet-based business models like Amazon Prime, which charges a yearly subscription for free two-day shipping.
It’s hard not to expect that 2019 will see even more M&A activity. And that means bigger potential gains from investing in biotech now.
A recent study summarizes how ride-hailing apps have completely upended the traditional taxi industry in New York City.
In this video, Paul Mampilly notes companies at the heart of Bold Profits investment plays are driving a new industrial renaissance that will make investors big money.
The Chinese bull market rally has regained its feet. If you aren’t already, you need to look to Chinese stocks for investment possibilities.
Cashless is the new trend. And if you live in a big city, there’s a good chance the new café or food truck down the street doesn’t accept cash at all.
In this video, Paul talks about how millennials are igniting a housing boom — and not just in terms of home purchases, but also for companies at the heart of Bold Profits investment plays.
In 2018, millennials took on 48% of new mortgages. This shows me that the preferences of this generation are increasingly dominating the housing industry.
The sharing economy is part of a much larger trend that’s emerged over the past several years. And it has proven to be extremely popular with millennials.
We’ve determined that the retail sales decline can be attributed, in part, to millennials’ new world purchasing practices.
Retail sales saw their biggest drop since September 2009. This news surprised many investors. But there are some explanations for retail’s headwinds.
When it comes to fintech and disruption of the Chinese financial system, this new company is currently center stage.
Wearables can help detect and manage serious medical conditions like sleep apnea and atrial fibrillation.
All states are now looking to make cannabis legal in some way. As investors, this presents us with a unique opportunity to get into a market before it fully takes off.
Augmented reality is a technology that’s popping up all over the world. And it’s going to transform just about any industry that uses it.
I’m taking a journey down memory lane to show you that our theme here at Bold Profits Daily of “old world” vs. “new world” companies is alive and well.
January was an incredible month for the U.S. economy. Despite the partial government shutdown, it was the most job growth we’ve seen since February 2018.
This delay gives you more time to get in on the ground floor of the 5G trend before it really catches fire.
The insurance industry is on the verge of a technology-driven shift. It will fully embrace artificial intelligence over the next 10 years.
Today, I’ll explain what’s going on in the fintech sector — and why it’s now showing signs of “disruptification.”
Today, we’re going to look at an investing opportunity that leverages the next technology mega trend as manufacturers begin to gear up for the 5G revolution.
The “old world” primarily used coal to generate electricity. However, that’s quickly being disrupted by renewable energy like solar and wind.
Our industrial production is way up. For this reason, the industrial sector will continue to experience high growth.
Investors want “new world” companies. They want innovative companies that are disrupting their industries and having incredible, amazing growth stories.
Outside of the stock market, big investors are pouring money into private companies at an astounding rate.
These brands and startups focus on groundbreaking technologies. They include machine learning, connected platforms and artificial intelligence.