Tech Stock Triggers Rare “BUY” Signal
Ian King is a Wall Street legend.
He became famous for calling the 2008 market collapse before it crashed (a move that handed his hedge fund investors a 1,721% return).
However, Ian recently left Wall Street to start a new venture on Main Street.
A venture that essentially lets everyday Americans look over his shoulder to see the stocks he would otherwise recommend to his wealthy clients.
The results have been phenomenal.
Recently, in this new presentation, Ian did the unthinkable.
He went public with his top recommendation — an innovative company with a new technology that tech CEOs call “the new oil” and “the next trillion-dollar industry.”
It’s the technology that makes all other technologies possible (AI, the Internet of Things, autonomous cars, green energy, etc.).
And his top recommendation is the one little company at the forefront of it all.
In fact, it holds more than 200 patents (and has 500 patents pending) around this technology.
Thirty-one analysts recently gave this company a major buy/outperform rating.
And now it triggered a rare buy signal that indicates this stock could soar at any moment.
Fair warning — Ian says this company will not trade at its current level for long. Once Wall Street understands its true potential, this stock will take off.
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