Bill Gates on Technology

Brian Hicks

Updated November 2, 2006

Dear Reader,

Today I'd like to bring you the latest in our ongoing series of reports from Wayne Mulligan, editor of Tech Stock Investor.

In this issue, Wayne shares some of the wisdom he received directly from Bill Gates that has helped him enjoy outstanding success in the tech stock arena.

Enjoy . . .

Brian Hicks,
Publisher, Quantum Investor


Bill Gates on Technology

It's no secret that I think the future of technology stocks looks very good.

But it's not my involvement in the sector that makes me say that-it's the potential of the sector that got me involved.

Let me explain:

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates once said that many promising technologies introduced during the dot-com boom were "2 and 10" technologies.

His point was that, after an initial rush that lasts roughly 2 years, truly special technologies usually take an additional 8 years to become ready for widespread use.

I've consistently found that to be true throughout my career.

For example, in 1996 I remember many cell phone companies promising a day when the telephone would be "converged" with data devices such as the Palm Pilot.

But transferring data over wireless networks was incredibly expensive, and the computing power on the handhelds simply wasn't there yet.

Ten years later, almost every business person I know has a "smart phone." No doubt it will replace traditional wireless phones as prices keep dropping.

Why the Future Looks Especially Promising Right Now

I bring that up to point out that many technologies that were hyped during the dot-com era-and since then almost completely forgotten by Wall Street-are just about ripe for introduction to the masses.

But before now, what most investors lacked was the ability to study which technologies are about to go from the lab to the home . . . and generate huge profits for investors in the process.

Now, though, you have the chance to leverage my knowledge, experience, and contacts-even if you're not a millionaire.

So today I want to take a moment and answer a question I'm often asked by our readers: What exactly can I expect from joining Tech Stock Insider?

Every Issue Is Very Short and to the Point . . . Every Trade Is Easy to Understand and Execute.

What would be the point if I gave you profitable advice and you couldn't use it?

That's why we've devised an ultra-simple system for our members.

You'll get my recommendations every single time I see a major, first-rate opportunity for you. I believe that when opportunity pops, you have to grab it then and there.

Each Monday you'll get a new issue from me, no matter what. You'll receive my thoughts on the current market as well as any trades I'm recommending for the week.

That's why my trades will never conform to a regular publication schedule. You'll get a new issue from me every Monday. But trade recommendations can come out at any time, any day of the week.

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It was designed to be that simple on purpose. All in all, it may take you five minutes to execute each trade. And that's all you have to do. Leave the hard work to me. Even if you don't understand every aspect of our trades, that's fine.

I will explain each and every move we make as clearly as humanly possible. As you already know firsthand from reading my articles in this special series, you don't have to worry about it.

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If you happen to cancel within the first 30 days of your membership, you'll get a complete, no-questions-asked refund . . . and, of course, you'll get to keep all the bonus reports that you receive when you join.

Furthermore, if you decide at any time after that that Tech Stock Insider is not for you, we'll be happy to surrender your spot to someone else-and give you a complete refund for any months remaining on your subscription.

50% Discount Starting Tomorrow

Beginning tomorrow, we've decided to offer a healthy DISCOUNT to all Quantum Investor subscribers.

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Why such a generous offer just to people who received this series? Because we know that an educated consumer is most likely to become a long-term Tech Stock Insider member.

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Once again, this discount begins tomorrow, and is a "one week invitation-only" price discount available only to people who have received this series already.


Wayne Mulligan,

Chief Investment Officer
Tech Stock Insider

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