Given the brainpower assembled, I expect the leaders of this firm will work together to maximize value today and over the next few years.
Disinformation is a harmful and dangerous misuse of the news, and with global communication, it spreads faster. But artificial intelligence is offering a solution to fake news. Charles Mizrahi talks about a company’s algorithm that can scan and verify information before it goes online.
Cloud computing lets you access files and information via the internet. And it’s quickly becoming a necessity for health care providers around the country.
Augmented reality is steadily integrating into our daily lives. The industry is forecasted to grow leaps and bounds over the coming years.
Goldman Sachs is cutting back on its staff in the commodities division. With recent history as a guide, this is a contrarian indicator that commodities will rise. John Ross believes that commodity markets are set to rally in the next 12 months.
In today’s video, Paul Mampilly declares the bottom for bitcoin, and explains why it’s a good buy today.
One day, Lyft might be profitable. History says it’s best to wait until that happens before buying the stock.
I met with a group of well-connected folks in the world of commercial real estate. It was fitting to be talking about building while surrounded by some of the most beautiful real estate I’ve ever seen.
Electricity changed the world forever. It would be very difficult for our modern society to exist without it. Nowadays there is a new trend that’s already changing our way of living. Charles Mizrahi has a close eye on this profitable sector.
A nonprofit health organization is using a new technology called blockchain to revolutionize organ transplants.
The Chinese bull market rally has regained its feet. If you aren’t already, you need to look to Chinese stocks for investment possibilities.
In terms of making money, artificial intelligence is in the very early innings. But its economic impact will be huge over the next decade. An easy way to play this mega trend is by investing in an exchange-traded fund.
It appears the U.S. is due for a mild recession sometime in the next 6 to 18 months. Recession or not, the U.S. is going to lose some of its economic growth and interest-rate advantages. To profit, consider where investors might see the biggest winnings in the years ahead.
The sheer amount of information and possibilities leave many investors vapor-locked and unable to decide. But what if I told you there was one simple exchange-traded fund (ETF) that could cover all these bases?
While Tesla soaks in the glory of its Gigafactory’s fame, there’s a Japanese company behind its batteries. Anthony Planas recommends an electronics giant that’s set to make big gains in the coming years.
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.
A great CEO who knows how to allocate capital properly is a shareholder’s dream. And Charles Mizrahi has found one worth betting on today.
In this video, I talk about the spirit of American innovation that drives companies at the heart of Bold Profits investment plays.
Tesla has branded itself as a top-of-the-line luxury vehicle-maker on par with Cadillac, Jaguar and Porsche. It’s a great stock to own now and for years to come.
I like to follow the money. That’s because observing the stocks that large money managers own can lead you to profitable opportunities.
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.
Tariffs do funny things to markets. 2018 saw a volatile lumber market where prices rose and crashed in just two years. But the lumber and homebuilding sectors are making a comeback. This creates an opportunity you shouldn’t miss.
China’s tapped-out banking system is threatening its economic growth. The People’s Bank of China has an unconventional stimulus plan. Don’t miss the opportunity to profit if it works.
GE is the current poster child for “most hated stock on Wall Street.” And it proves, once again, why it pays big time to monitor share purchases by corporate insiders.
This delay gives you more time to get in on the ground floor of the 5G trend before it really catches fire.
It seems like China is a bad word in some places. But if everyone hates China today, it could be a great place to look for investment ideas.
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.
Netflix’s massive and growing global footprint puts its profit potential way ahead of its competitors.
Some well-known companies are on track to inevitably die away. Meanwhile, investors will think they look safer and cheaper the whole way down.
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.
In the spirit of the Dogs of the Dow, I want to present another idea to you. It is another way to find some beaten-down stocks as you head into the new year…
Outside of the stock market, big investors are pouring money into private companies at an astounding rate.
Unicorns are startup companies that have been valued at $1 billion or more. And over the past few years, they’ve flooded the market.
In this video, Paul explains why the biotech sector is about to take off, and how you can best profit from it.
We could say that the market hates oil service stocks today. But a bullish momentum should be just around the corner for the oil service sector.
This is a solid time to create a list of potential buys. But when I’m considering which names to be greedy in, I want to reduce my risk as much as possible.
The Russell 2000 Index is used as a gauge for overall sentiment on growth stocks. As a result, it tends to be riskier than large-cap indexes such as the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average. This index is made up of 2,016 small-cap companies. The biggest one is valued at only $6.46 billion. […]
When I started planning out today’s article early last week, it was going to be a tongue-in-cheek jab at Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL). You see, Delta just banned puppies and kittens from all flights. My 9-year-old daughter was devastated. She has neither a puppy nor a kitten but lamented that if Santa brings […]
The sell-off of recent weeks taught me something about cybersecurity investments. It turns out they’re resilient “safety stocks” as well.
I’m a bit of an Apple fan, so my decision told me more about Apple than I thought. And it has major implications for the stock.
It seems like there’s plenty of growth left for an aggressive, slimmed-down General Electric to take its share of the market in coming years.
Utilities are emerging as a safe haven. In the last six months, the SPDR Utilities Index returned 8%. That compares to the S&P 500 Index’s loss of 2.4%.
This upcoming earnings season will be what the market needs to rally and escape the volatility still lingering from October.
Despite the fragmentation in the video streaming industry, there are really only five major players that are worth considering for investment potential.
All this cash tells me investors are worried. But if you’re dialed into market sentiment, you know this is an opportunity to make big, fast gains.
The key strategy when investing in times of uncertainty and market downturns is to seek out sectors that consumers can’t do without.
The whole “death of retail” thing was way overhyped. Retail stocks were too cheap. Americans’ wage and employment gains made retailers a screaming buy.
Biopharmaceutical companies attract millions of investors. All it takes is one blockbuster drug, and the shares are off to the races.
You want to start investigating assets that are dirt-cheap today, but destined to rise in price tomorrow. And today, these assets can be had for a song.
If you want to make large returns, the best thing that you can do is target specific companies that participate in the industrial part of our economy.
Disney has come up with a solution for both its online streaming content and ESPN. And it will be the death knell for cable TV.
Today, the “Billionaire Bulldog” has his sights on another stock with a left-for-dead share price. And recent law changes support the idea.
Last week was a 3-for-1 win for me. Between being at the Total Wealth Symposium in Las Vegas, presenting with a guard robot named K5 and meeting all of you in attendance, this year’s event was definitely one for the books. However, as an added bonus, I had the pleasure of sitting down to interview […]
In military strategy, generals prefer to concentrate their forces. But the opposite is true in investing.
There, diversification is key.
Investors are asking if fame has gone to Musk’s head. Can he still effectively lead Tesla toward profitability, or is now the time to bail on TSLA stock?
The “Cable Cowboy” is the largest private landowner in the United States. You might be wondering: How did he earn the money to buy the land he controls?
There are fortunes to be made in collectibles. But they underscore something more important. They showcase how smart it is to diversify your wealth.
Doom and gloom are high this week. But don’t fear. Seasonality is on our side. September is a great time to buy stocks at good prices.
Investors toss aside hated sectors and forget they even exist. But shrewd investors can find opportunity where others see only ashes.
Today’s free trade idea is a retail company whose stock recently plunged more than 8% due to a minor infraction. It’s bargain hunting time.
If demand remains stable, rising prices will create a feedback loop of inflation. And natural resources will outperform the market.
The global leader Citigroup has increased its dividend more than 30 times since 2012. It makes sense to consider the stock at these levels.
Nutrien is a $34 billion potash and nitrogen producer. Over the next year, Nutrien looks well positioned to capture more of the market and grow earnings.
From the current price of $2.66, copper could rally by 50% in two years. Shoot — it could rally by 20% before this year is over!
About 30% of the world’s population plays video games now. And I believe we’re at the forefront of a huge global shift into mobile gaming.
When people think of new gaming trends, it’s typically virtual or augmented reality. But there’s an entirely different facet of gaming that’s beginning to break out.
This stock is a solid addition to any portfolio. This is doubly so given the tendency for grocery stocks to outperform during periods of economic turmoil.
When you go and look at the facts, there’s a night-and-day difference between what the news headlines say and what our economic research shows.
This unique asset class offers an avenue for increasing your wealth while shielding you from overall market volatility that can wipe out years of gains.
Peak Velocity provided an average annual return of 22.8%. That’s almost twice the gains of the S&P 500. More important, Peak Velocity decreased risk.
Strong GDP growth is good for stocks. This means investors should consider aggressive positions for the next three months.
Today, I’m going to look at one defense sector opportunity … one you likely have not heard of that’s up 62% in just the past three months.
Netflix stock plunged as much as 16% following its second-quarter earnings report. Here’s why you don’t want to close out your Netflix holdings just yet…
One management team is using its own money to buy more shares of the firm. These folks have proven they know what they’re doing in the fintech space.
Esports is a growing market with massive potential. Analysts estimate that it could grow to as much as $2.3 billion by 2022.
President Donald Trump said he wants to put this Midwestern company out of business. Yet, I believe we have an opportunity with this name.
Emerging markets — with cheaper values amid overly pessimistic expectations of the future — are less risky than U.S. stocks, not more.
A few years ago, most American producers didn’t bother removing this chemical from natural gas. Today, the U.S. is shipping it abroad by the boatload.
With the internet, you have access to anything you could possibly want. That’s why, in less than a decade, time spent on the internet has gone up over 200%.
In May, I said this safe sector was “a great opportunity for contrarian-minded investors.” That group of stocks is now among the best-performing sectors.
If you’re investing for the long haul, this hated stock is an excellent opportunity now, and one that should be in every long-term investor’s portfolio.
This sector sold off along with the rest of the stock market during the latest correction, but it is the one sector that has failed to bounce back at all. That’s about to change.
I believe in the power of insider buying. Academics have highlighted and investors have enjoyed the benefits of following directors and officers into trades.
All great things come from making something more easy and convenient, and with insurance, there’s a lot of room for improvement.
This tech industry has been growing here in the United States at an exponential rate now for over a decade. But more recently, it has experienced huge growth overseas as well.
Man’s love affair with this metal began over 5,300 years ago. However, it’s our high-tech future that will bring about a bull market that no investor should miss.
Two of my favorite gurus confirmed my thoughts on this heavily discounted stock. They jumped into it in the first quarter.
Because the death of a loved one is an important financial and wealth event as well as a personal one, I want to share some of the lessons I learnt.
Whether or not you’re a fan of bitcoin, its underlying technology, called blockchain, has had an enormous impact on how companies run their businesses in recent years.
Things are looking stormy. In fact, a number of bear-market signals have started appearing, which indicates that we might already be in a bear market.
One of the greatest sources I know is the “smart money.” The money managers who generate big returns each year. Lucky for us, we can see how they’re doing it.
A bear market officially requires a 20% decline, but the recent market action probably feels like a bear market to many investors.
While many see this earnings season as off to a bumpy start, and as something to be cautious about, to me, it is a screaming buy opportunity … here’s why.
There is a sense that the major semiconductor stocks are nearing a crucial tipping point. To confirm my suspicions, I turned to technical charts for three of them.
Over the last couple of weeks, we discussed two reasons for the rising oil price. However, there is another source of anxiety in the oil market.
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A company’s officers and directors are referred to as insiders. And I’ve found following their actions is worthwhile … especially when they are buying their own company’s stock.
We’ve seen more volatility in the market in the past two months than the two years before it combined. And whenever there’s a choppy market, traders typically will come out in full force.
While the market is racing toward an ugly ending as it is crushed under a mound of debt, you do have options when it comes to protecting your wealth and even profiting in times of turmoil.
I know, it may seem nerve-racking to enter with such volatility. But this chart shows that the end of this slump in the market is near, and now is a great time to jump in.
With all of the volatility we have seen of late, and with this quarter expected to reflect the benefits of the tax cuts, I hope this Friday doesn’t turn into a horror film for the market.
President Donald Trump has attacked Amazon from multiple angles: what it pays in state and local taxes, its U.S. Postal Service deal and antitrust allegations.
The market action in the past two weeks has left many traders curled up in the fetal position under their desks. Some covered in their own puke.
The S&P 500 looks like a roller coaster this year. But take a deep breath. The recent market turbulence is not the end of the world.
From work productivity to entertainment, from graphic design to database management, the world runs on American software.
Most of us have to buy gas, so there’s nothing we can do about the higher gas prices. But there is a way to offset them.
So you’re upset that Facebook collected data on you? The sweetest revenge isn’t deleting your account. It’s learning how to profit from the whole sorry mess.
Every investor is worried about buying stocks that may be “catching a falling knife.” Today, I have one sector that is worth catching. Let me explain…
Lithium follows a long-standing tradition of fad investing in mining. However, I’m highly skeptical of lithium investments today.
Retail stock prices had been struggling. Didn’t many believe Amazon was going to put every retailer out of business? But my eyes tell me it’s game on.
Video game streaming has blown up over the past five years, with Twitch culminating in 355 billion minutes viewed in total in 2017.
Oil shale production is growing like crazy now. But knowing why shale drilling stocks are flailing is crucial to understanding why oil prices will keep moving higher.
All in all, everything looks rosy for the chips sector. There is one caveat, however, for investors in one extremely popular semiconductor name.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will attribute increases in the oil price to its production cuts. But that’s a lie … the truth is much darker.
As the first phase of wearable technology is dominated by things like fitness trackers, the second one is expected to be much different.
A health care company pulled off an investing coup in 2016. I believe it should be on your radar today. Read on to learn why…
This isn’t just another raving review for a FANG company — there are enough of those on the web. Instead, I’ll explain why this is a blue-chip tech stock you want to own.
Solar energy is abundant, free and available practically everywhere. What’s more, global demand for solar energy and solar panel installations is surging.
What if you could bypass all the speculation on the next big tech trend and still benefit from the IT market’s advance? You can, and it’s as easy as investing in one company.
What if I told you there is an investment product on the market that offers S&P 500-like returns at a 25% lower cost? Would you buy the cheaper product?
There’s a tiny biotech company out there on a mission to solve one of the most widespread and deadly problems in the world.
How does one navigate a market when its ultimate direction could either be on the cusp of a significant crash or another surge higher?
This value stock is not only best in class among its technology sector peers, it’s also rather impressive for the market as a whole.
Initially, the stock market declined on the news of inflation. But this chart shows inflation isn’t anything to worry about.
The MoneyShow Orlando conference gives professionals’ takes on the status of the market. Here are some of the things the speakers had to say…
The sell-off turned an already undervalued group of companies into a heavily undervalued group. Yet the news keeps getting better for retail.
Oil stocks continue to fall lower despite oil prices remaining steady. And there’s a way to invest in the oil industry going down without all the complications of shorting it.
This sector has dropped more than 12% since mid-November. I’ll explain why it looks primed to rally, and the best stock to use so you can benefit.
The stock market moved up over 11% in just three months. However, one area of the market has not shared in this overall rally.
One sector that’s undervalued is emerging markets. And this chart shows emerging markets could outperform the S&P 500 in the future.
Investors around the world now have access to a market that had been off-limits. And I believe this asset offers investors 25% upside over the next two years.
As we can already see in just a couple days, this is gearing up to be a seriously strong earnings season.
I know tech can seem a bit invasive these days, and it’s easy to see the pitfalls. But today, I want to briefly take a look at how much tech has improved our lives.
A major theme I expect to emerge this year is companies pairing off with the goal of better competing against Amazon.
I believe I’ve found the best investment in the space industry right now. The company has a huge client for whom it does most of its business: NASA.
If you typically follow legendary investor Warren Buffett’s investments, this is one you should pass on. Here’s why…
Augmented reality has taken the tech market by storm, and it’s only just starting. There are hundreds of apps and features in existence or development.
While we’ve been talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) for several years now, there’s still ample room for growth in 2018 and beyond.
While 2014 was notable for a deep drawdown in natural gas, it also featured much higher prices. That could repeat itself in 2018.
Volatility has been kept to a historically low level. But, next year, this will change … and there’s one strategy that you must take advantage of.
Wall Street has long viewed the “sin sector” as recession-proof. Fortunately, there’s a new low-fee investment vehicle that offers exposure to the sector.
Amazon has seen its stock skyrocket more than 50% over the last 12 months, and many investors are wondering if now is a good time to short the stock.
As it turns out, income is out there.I want to show you a great avenue for adding it to your portfolio. This is the easy way to boost your income.
I’m going to take this opportunity to tell you about two brand-new mega trends in finance I’ll be looking at in 2018. The first one is blockchain.
There are 80 new tech companies whose products and services are finding their way into compliance-heavy industries in need of a boost to profits.
We often overlook supposedly “old school” blue chips that are adapting quite well to the technological landscape. Wal-Mart is an excellent example.
As prices drop and technology continues to advance, more companies and even residents are going to flock to renewable energy.
Augmented reality uses your phone’s screen to make images appear in real life. And some companies are using it to do some very practical and helpful things.
Everyone loves a bargain. But even your most savvy bargain hunters have unreasonable expectations. One of the best examples this year is AMD.
The Navy SEALs’ choice proved so battle-worthy, this little airplane has developed quite a fan base in military circles in the years since.
We can learn plenty about where the cybersecurity world is headed by following a lesson from history: More automation. Fewer people. Fewer problems.
It’s the marriage of an investment banker’s mind with technology that makes Amazon unique. It’s also what indicates Amazon stock could increase by 50%.
There is currently a severe shortage of blood in the United States. However, there’s a medical breakthrough that could be a solution in the near future.
The cable TV industry is dying, NBC, ABC and CBS viewership is in decline, and Netflix and Amazon are taking over the online world of streaming TV.
Marijuana is being legalized not just for medicine, but for recreational use as well. Savvy investors now have a new, highly anticipated market.
The latest big company to be hacked? Pizza Hut found itself the victim of hack attacks — alongside 60,000 customers who had their credit card info exposed.
As we move into a world where more pieces of our life are connected, we are facing vulnerabilities that need to be addressed through cybersecurity.
It’s past time to diversify and inject a bit of new blood into your portfolio. Trading IPO stocks can be a risky bet, but it can also be quite rewarding.
This $24.2 billion trend is putting the power and convenience of managing the basics of life right at your fingertips. Don’t miss this opportunity.
Analysts are looking to see whether or not Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods has created more traffic for the grocery chain.
Why do cyberattacks keep happening? I’ll focus on one out-of-the-way industry — overseas shipping — for an explanation.
The great 1983 film Trading Places features two duffers who made a fortune by betting on this crop. Thanks to Hurricane Irma, you can do the same thing today.
While it’s true that Apple is the biggest name when it comes to smartwatches, there are other companies out there that are going all-in on the market.
Three months ago, I delved into the underloved construction sector. And this very lucrative investment opportunity isn’t over, not by a long shot.
As awareness and spending in cybersecurity grow and grow, we’re starting to see a shift toward even bigger mergers and acquisitions.
The health care sector as tracked by the Health Care Select Sector SPDR ETF broke out last week, and it is pointing to more gains to come.
Some claim that Amazon is going to lose its shirt on Whole Foods. Personally, I believe the opposite. I believe that Amazon is about to upend the supermarket industry.
Medical robots could make up for what will likely be a shortage of workers in the medical field, especially in surgery.
There’s an epic demand for people with cybersecurity skills. It points to the rising amount that companies are spending on cybersecurity these days.
We are quickly moving toward a world where remembering passwords is becoming obsolete. Soon, you will just need your face.
The financial media proclaimed that Amazon was going to take over the world. But risks to income growth are just the start of Amazon’s problems.
I wanted to share this story with you today because it speaks to a larger trend in the medical industry that investors absolutely must have on their radars.
Chinese e-commerce is forecast to grow roughly 50% through fiscal 2018. It’s far and away one of the fastest-growing markets in the world right now.
Having an imbedded microchip is a massive benefit. I’d have hundreds of hours back each year that I spent searching for my wallet and other essential things.
Individual stocks from this sector are set to jump 10%, 15% or more in a matter of weeks. But this isn’t the right time to buy into this sector.
Of all the Internet of Things capabilities, these devices are one of the uses that are bound to see massive commercial growth within the next year or two.
Tesla’s success is just one indicator of how electric vehicles are set to utterly revolutionize the car market despite what the pessimists predicted.
The IoT has become an extremely hot topic over the past couple of years, and it will become a $4 trillion industry over the next two to three years.
Everyone on Wall Street is praising Apple’s quarterly results. However, they’re overlooking some key risks that could negatively affect Apple’s stock.
Any company trying to stay afloat nowadays will have its own app that has an easy mobile payment option. Otherwise, people may look elsewhere to buy.
It has been a challenge to profit from the energy sector. But for the first time in over a year, it’s finally in the buy zone.
Of the 80 employees at Three Square Market, 50 are voluntarily agreeing to put a chip into their body to remove inconveniences from their life.
Conventional wisdom tells us that cheap oil should make alternative energy sources unattractive. But clean energy stocks are defying conventional wisdom.
It’s a bull market in Big Agriculture, also known as Big Ag. The business of growing the crops that feed the world is booming.
This is a movement that is hitting more households and industries every day. It’s creating amazing opportunities for profits…
Netflix is on pace to spend about $13 billion over the next three years. That’s more than the annual gross domestic product of some countries.
Augmented reality is a combination of virtual reality and real life, and this technology has an extremely bright future.
Not only is this company’s business model something that I think is very timely, but it also could deliver superior returns over the next year.
Tesla’s Model 3 is going to turn the auto industry upside down because it’s the first practical, affordable and highly desirable electric self-driving car.
As drones begin to permeate our everyday lives more, the drone industry will grow at an exponential rate.
Judging from my observations about Europe these days, I believe there’s a big thing just getting started there — a great sign for investors in the region.
Not only did Apple’s iPhone combine email and Web browsing with an iPod and a phone all in one, but its greatest innovation revolutionized the smartphone market.
There’s a revolution unfolding now in health care that makes me much more hopeful that I’ll actually be helped by medicine if I get a disease.
There is a mad dash to get ahead of the curve with autonomous driving technology, and the front-runner in this movement is clearly Tesla.
Amazon is not your traditional retailer, a fact that Whole Foods Market is about to find out the hard way.
Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods will be a surprising setback for the Internet giant and, quite likely, the high-water mark for its stock market valuation.
Our current version of health care is incredibly primitive when you compare it to what we can now achieve using what we now understand about health care.
Goldman Sachs revealed the results of its experiment with artificial intelligence. If I were an investment banker, I’d be very worried right about now.
The big unifier of our age is the Internet of Things, the moniker for the network of smart machines that are able to “talk” to one another.
The process known as 3-D printing is experiencing exponential growth and is on track to become the standard process in manufacturing, aerospace and more.
I believe the car industry is about to be disrupted in exactly the same way that Apple’s iPhone completely and utterly redefined what a smartphone could do.
Traditional car companies are on their way to oblivion. Some will go slowly, others quickly. Whatever the speed, these companies are finished.
My research shows that service-ready robots are already being introduced into places like restaurants and stores … and their rollout is beginning to accelerate.
Even when Wall Street, the media and technical analysts are screaming at you to do one thing, it doesn’t mean they’re right. It just means they’re loud.
The southeastern U.S. really is something of a desert when it comes to wind power installations. But that’s beginning to change.
The incredible thing about Amazon is that we could have all gotten a piece of the company if we’d done just one thing…
Landlines are a dying breed. And the main cause of this mass technology extinction is the increasingly mobile millennial generation.
It’s no wonder that tech titans the likes of Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Ma recently committed $1 billion toward this sector.
Getting in early on tech trends such as the personal computer or the Internet has generated incredible returns for investors.
If you broaden your horizons a bit, there are a couple rather potentially lucrative opportunities to be had in retail’s low-expectations environment.
Since the major casino stocks bottomed in 2009, only one isn’t up more than 1,000% … but it could soon hit that mark, and it’s a rally you don’t want to miss.
There’s a company that’s looking to do to car dealers what Amazon did to retail stores … which is to absolutely crush the living daylights out of them.
Millennials are the largest generation in U.S. history, numbering 92 million strong, and they’re going through the rite of passage of owning a house.
A leading defense sector company has firm revenue sources for both traditional U.S. defense operations and cybersecurity.
There is a major development unfolding, and when it happens, some electricity companies are going to see their stock prices soar higher.
The latest data shows the national birth rate hitting its highest levels since 1964 … and researchers suggest it could be just the start of a bigger trend.
This recent rush of bullish headlines in the news is enough to make Tesla stockholders giddy. And as any contrarian investor will tell you, that’s a problem.
What might the Dow Jones Industrial Average look like today if IBM had been kept as a component during one of the greatest periods of growth in its history?
While companies such as Amazon, Facebook and Netflix generally steal most of the headlines, one overlooked company has the potential to outstrip them all.
It’s clear that just three technology companies are vying for leadership to get their vision-based software integrated into the automotive industry.
Streaming music, which now accounts for more than half of all U.S. music revenue, has become a service that is “too big to fail” for the music industry.
My readers are thrilled to be making big money by buying the stocks I’ve been telling them about. There are no pricey money managers to pay either.
We’re completely and utterly unprepared for what is going on. I believe we’re going to need a homebuilding boom to offset the coming housing shortage.
I read a lot about the so-called death of brick-and-mortar retail. But if physical retail is dead, then why is Amazon investing so heavily in retail stores?
Semiconductors are the engines powering every element of the Internet of Things mega trend … from robots to Big Data to connected self-driving cars.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has promised to ramp up production to roughly 500,000 vehicles per year by 2018, more than quintupling 2016’s output.
Self-driving cars are a critical component of the Internet of Things mega trend. And as you can see, they’re making people huge amounts of money quickly.
In the heartland of America — a place where oil still provides the lifeblood of many farms and businesses — solar power usage is dawning brightly.
When it comes to living room entertainment, the talk around the watercooler now revolves around discussions of which Netflix shows are worth binge-watching.
Robots are increasingly being employed to take care of the elderly. This is a big trend that began in Japan and is now emerging as a force across the world.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is everywhere … literally. But there’s a lot more driving growth in the IoT market than smartphones and wearables.
When I think about the world in 30 years, I see a world that is relying ever more on robotics to drive it. Perhaps more than many of us might expect.
Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, is about to have its initial public offering (IPO), meaning you’ll be able to buy shares for the first time.
Amazon is one of the largest retailers in the world, but its services divisions have continued to place the company among the most coveted by investors.
While you may not have seriously considered owning a Tesla car, you should definitely consider owning or investing in Tesla stock, and here’s why…
Some people believe that self-driving cars are, at best, still 20 years away. However, the self-driving car revolution is rapidly picking up speed.
A recent article in MIT Technology Review sheds light on the opportunities in artificial intelligence (AI) as yet another industry becomes robotized.
While doom-and-gloom headlines still reign, there are signs in recent economic data that the American dream of homeownership could be making a comeback.
When we launched Profits Unlimited in June 2016, we told everyone about a trend that has the capability to make astonishing fortunes for early investors.
Having the right product might be good. But having the right timing for that product in the marketplace? That’s even better.
There was supposed to be serious competition for the content on our TVs. However, one company is putting the competition to shame.
While Facebook dreams of VR glasses for everyone, the reality is not here yet. However, two companies are working to bring that experience to the masses.
This week, you’ll hear a lot of talk about robots from the 2017 CES. And what they are talking about is one of the biggest tech trends … one that is about to become a big deal for investors.
American mood toward Russia has morphed — or, at least, the Republican view has morphed. And that’s where we have an opportunity as investors. Welcome to the Year of Russia.
It’s time again to make market predictions. But, like New Year’s resolutions, few predictions pan out. So let’s take it month to month, starting with the January Effect.
Our future is going to be filled with robots — in airports to guide people, at reception counters, in retail stores, restaurants and farms … and the Internet of Things (IoT) will drive the movement.
Millennials spend money like every other generation, and one of the biggest purchases they can make — one that will drive a new bull market— is to buy a home.
There is a secret force that will cause an economic boom in the U.S. and drive the Dow Jones Industrial Average to record levels in a spectacular bull market.
The biggest generation ever is taking its first steps to buying a home. The flood of cash hitting the economy has the power to lift stocks to new highs.
No one talks much about inflation anymore. But if you’re completely in cash, you’ll lose it bit by bit, a little one year, a lot in others. And it’s all because of inflation.
Millennials are incredibly adept at exploiting the new technologies that make their unique lifestyles possible. In fact, these technologies are setting investors up to make a fortune…
The Santa Claus rally. The name alone sounds fascinating. While there is some truth to this rally, there are better market patterns worth getting excited about.
Millennials are the most optimistic generation the United States has ever seen. But we have yet to see this generation’s impact on the economy. Until now…
Investors need to keep their emotions in check and make money when there’s an opportunity. That opportunity is infrastructure in Trump stock market.