There are many ways to make money on Wall Street.
Here at Technology and Opportunity, we make money by the classic method of getting ahead of the curve.
This method worked 150 years ago with the railroads. It worked with radio in the 1930s and with PCs in the 1980s.
Times change, technologies evolve... dot-coms move on to mobile apps... floppy discs move beyond flash, and data goes to the cloud... The great thing for investors like you and me is that each of these leaps forward gives you the opportunity to make ten, twenty, or even fifty times your money.
The key is being at the right place at the right time.
Much of what we do is arbitrage the difference between what we know to be true based on our due diligence and the truth as the market sees it. If that's too much to think about, don't worry...
Let's keep it simple.
One of the most lucrative and easy to understand strategies for the beginning investor is to get in early on the next technology trend.
Now, I won't lie to you; this type of investing takes guts, because in many ways it runs contrary to your natural way of doing things.
After all, we humans want to group together and seek assurance from one another. This type of herd mentality means our natural inclination is to buy stocks after they have gone up, as if the high price validates that it is a good stock.
You must fight this instinct.
Technology and Opportunity buys advanced, unproven technology stocks on the cheap — and sells when they become proven and are being snatched up by the great unwashed masses.
Currently, we see massive potential profits from the rise of the robots, AI, 5G, virtual and augmented reality, and a slew of other emerging technologies. These advancements are changing the way people do business in everything from the home to the factory floor.
Many companies you've never heard of will be household names in just a few years and the profits they drive along the way will be enormous. Our job is to find those opportunities and get them to you first.
Here's to a long and profitable relationship,
Technology and Opportunity