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The No. 1 Secret to Picking Superstar Stocks

The No. 1 Secret to Picking Superstar Stocks

In my office, I keep several antiques to remind me of the way things used to be: a typewriter, camera, desktop computer and record player.

In my pocket, I have a single device that replaced all those things: my smartphone.

You see, the smartphone took many things we all do every day — writing, snapping photos, going online, listening to music and more — easier, cheaper and more convenient.

And that, simply put, is the key to what I call “The Big I” — innovation — which is the secret to picking the next superstar stock.

Wall Street spends a lot of time guessing which company has what it takes to be the next Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix or Facebook.

But I’ve always believed one of the best ways to identify the winners is to check out innovative companies that offer new and better ways to do the things we’re already doing.

Like the smartphone.

Now, knowing this investment secret to big innovation gains, you could be the one to pick the next superstar stock — the next Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix or Facebook.

Check out my video below.

Bold Profits Daily
June 11, 2019

Hey everyone. This is Paul with your Bold Profits Daily.

Today I am incredibly excited to reveal one of my great secrets. In this video I am going to tell you how you can go about picking your own superstar stocks. You could be the one who picks the next Amazon, Google or Tesla. I am going to tell you the secrets of picking stocks that can go up a lot because they represent the Big I.

For me the Big I is innovation. Let me go through this and tell you what I look for. Now when you think about it, you’ll see that these are really the keys. What is the Big I, what is innovation, what does it really mean? Is it about having a lot of cool machines that move around? Is it about something really high tech?

No. It’s really about something very simple. Here is my definition of innovation. It’s something that involves something you might do every day. It makes that daily activity, the thing you do that’s important to your life, easier and more convenient. It makes it cheaper. Last thing it does, it makes it more usable.

Let’s use an example. This is my Google Pixel. Think about it. What did we do before this? Why did this become such a big seller? It made Apple into a superstar stock. Just think about all the different things that it made easier and more convenient for you. I’m going to step away. You see this is my antique collection of old machines.

This small smartphone in my hand does all of this that’s back there. It is a typewriter and a computer, it is music, it is your camera. It can do all of that and so much more. So it meets all of the requirements of innovation. We like to talk, we like to text, we like to browse. It’s something we do every day. It makes it cheaper, it makes it easier and more convenient and more usable.

Think of all the innovations that we have been able to implement as a result of this smartphone. We can now have innovations that are stacked on it that makes it more usable. We can listen to music through Spotify, we can call for a call through Uber. When you think about it, go back and think through Amazon, Google, Netflix and Facebook. They all meet this Big I paradigm of thinking about superstar stocks.

These stocks go up, these companies become a huge part of our life because they fit this format of innovation. They make something that we do every single day that is important to our lives easier and more convenient. When you incorporate all of the things it can do, it is cheaper. It makes what you use more usable.

I can tell you that right now we are in the middle of a boom in innovation. The way to play it is by buying companies of what I have been telling you are the new. Versus the companies that represent the old ways of doing things that are obsoleted away and eventually crumble and crash down to zero.

I really believe they will go down to zero. While it will feel risky and you might be nervous, buying the companies of the new is going to give you much better returns and will be great long-term returns. These are going to be owning the companies you know already: Amazon, Google, Facebook, Netflix.

However, there are new ones that are going to be coming to the stock market this year. This is why I have, with my publisher Banyan Hill, chosen to start a new service called IPO Speculator. Many of these companies have been private and they are only beginning to come public today.

We’ve had a few come. We’ve had Uber come and you may have heard of companies like Beyond Meat that have stock prices shooting higher. However, other companies are coming and I believe these are going to be good deals and good for your money for a long period of time.

I’m talking about companies like Airbnb, Slack, WeWork, Chewy. These are all going to be companies that are around for a long time and good for your money. If you want the guidance of someone who is experienced in the markets, because IPOs can be tricky and while the long term might generate returns, in the meantime you have to deal with volatility.

If you want someone to guide you through this market, please look out for emails form my publisher on IPO Speculator and follow the instructions on what to do.

That’s my Bold Profits Daily for you today. Please like, share, subscribe and comment below. I’ll have another one for you next week. Until then, this is Paul saying bye.

Tap Into the “Big I” Millennial Trends

When you think of all the innovations the smartphone has brought, it’s impossible to think of this little device as just a phone. It’s so much more than that.

And that’s the point: True “Big I” innovators don’t merely think about making small tweaks to create a better product or service. They reimagine them altogether with one key demographic in mind: Millennials.

Companies that specialize in millennial-friendly tech trends are some of the best performers for our Bold Profits services.

Their products and services end up becoming a huge part of everyone’s lives because they make what we all do every single day easier and more convenient.

And when they do, the stocks in these companies will soar.

Now, I can tell you that we’re in the middle of a boom in innovation. And the best way to play it is by buying into companies that are part of the new way of doing things — replacing the old-world outfits that are becoming obsolete and outmoded.

We’ll never go back to using typewriters or record players. We’re living in a new world of technological innovation.

And some of the companies leading the way are going public this year, giving us a phenomenal new way to capitalize.

That’s why I’m starting a new service called IPO Speculator to take advantage of innovative private companies that are going public this year.

We’ve had a few big initial public offerings (IPOs) already this year — such as Zoom, Beyond Meat and Pinterest — whose stock prices have skyrocketed.

But other companies are coming public that are going to be good deals and good for your money for a long period of time.

And if you want someone to guide you through this IPO market, please look out for emails from my publisher on IPO Speculator and follow the instructions on what to do.

So, that’s my Bold Profits Daily for you today. I’ll be back next week with another Bold Profits Daily.


Paul Mampilly

Editor, Profits Unlimited

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