Investing in today’s market is nerve-wracking.
It seems that all it takes is a controversial tweet or ugly economic numbers from the shutdown … and all the gains you’ve made get wiped out.
With stocks shooting up 500 points one day and down 500 points the next, you may be wondering if there is a good place to invest.
Wall Street legend Paul Mampilly says there is such a place … and when Paul speaks, people listen. His record speaks for itself.
He won a prestigious competition, generating a 76% return on $50 million in one year – and that year was 2008, right in the middle of the economic crisis.
His advice has been sought after and featured on CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV and more.
He’s even developed his own strategy for pinpointing exactly which stocks are poised for growth and the best time to get in (and out).
It’s how he made 279% on Facebook, back when most investors were still asking how they were supposed to be profitable.
And how he made an impressive 634% gain on Netflix, way back in May 2010 … before online streaming had taken off.
It can take hours of research and months of patience to pinpoint the right company at the right time. And even then, nothing is certain.
And now Paul is honing in on an ignored tech stock he’s been watching for months. It’s a small California-based chipmaker that has developed a new technology that could unlock a $3.1 trillion industry.
He calls it “the stock of the century” and made it his No. 1 pick for 2020.
To get all the details on Paul’s top stock, watch his latest video presentation by clicking here.
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