How the FAA’s Latest Decision Will Impact the Rollout of 5G

As I write this, there’s a technology revolutionizing our world. You can’t see it, taste it, or feel it, but I can guarantee you that once it’s fully realized, it will change your life.

I’m talking about 5G wireless technology.

5G has been in the works for several years now, but so far we’ve mainly seen it applied to the internet and smartphones. The big wireless carriers – Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ), AT&T Inc. (T) and T-Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS) – began rolling out their 5G networks in select cities back in 2019. Verizon released its 5G network in Chicago and Minneapolis on April 3, 2019.

By the end of 2020, its 5G network provided coverage for 230 million people and 2,700 cities. AT&T now provides coverage for 250 million customers nationwide. Not to be outdone, T-Mobile’s 5G network reaches 308 million customers.

Interestingly, AT&T and Verizon recently got into a scuffle with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Last month, the FAA raised concerns that a part of the 5G wireless spectrum called the C-band could interfere with aircraft radio altimeters, which are used to help pilots land their aircraft in bad weather conditions. If the pilots can’t see the runway, they can’t land the plans, which, in turn, could cause flight delays and flight diversions. The FAA released 1,462 Notice of Air Missions (NOTAMs) to 50 airports in the U.S. Given this, the FAA wanted to delay Verizon’s and AT&T’s 5G rollout.

At first, Verizon and AT&T pushed back against the FAA’s request, but in early January they agreed to delay the 5G rollout until January 19.

Verizon plans on launching its 5G Ultra Wideband service that will cover 100 million people.

So, while the headlines sound scary, the FAA news in no way means 5G is a bust. Far from it.

The reality is the global pandemic accelerated the 5G rollout, as more and more folks sought fast and reliable networks for working remotely and entertaining at home. A recent “Global 5G Services Market Report” revealed the 5G services market is anticipated to breach $188 billion in 2025, or in other words, the 5G services market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 23%.

To me, 5G’s amazing growth potential is just starting to play out and will continue apace for years to come.

In fact, on Tuesday, during my Big Bet Summit, I revealed why I see 5G setting up today to produce a slew of new winners.

Many people expect the transition from 4G to 5G will be in relative “straight-line” proportion to what we experienced when 3G went to 4G. I believe that won’t be the case at all.

The jump to 5G is exponentially bigger – up to 1,000 times faster than 4G versus the 50-fold jump that took 3G to 4G. In other words, for every single device 4G can currently support, 5G can support 1,000 times more devices.

For starters, the 5G smartphones alone offer plenty of profit potential. According to Juniper Research, revenue for 5G smartphones could top $337 billion by 2025.

5G will also enable billions of connected devices to connect, interact and collect data from each other, unlocking untold levels of productivity and innovation for consumers, industries and governments.

Big breakthroughs stemming from other groundbreaking technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), driverless cars and augmented and virtual reality will finally get the lightning-fast connectivity required to realize their full potential.

A landmark study about 5G projects it will drive $13 trillion in global economic output in the coming years. To put that in perspective, the entire GDP of the entire United States economy is just over $20 trillion.

During my Big Bet Summit, I explained in detail how 5G will help those different technologies, as well as the stunning impact it will have on the U.S. economy. In case you missed it, you can watch a replay of the Big Bet Summit here.

And to help folks prepare themselves for the 5G boom, I created a special model portfolio I call the 5G Hypergrowth Portfolio: Six Stocks to Incredible Wealth. Each company is directly in line to profit from 5G. For full details, click here.

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

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Why 5G Is a Major Gamechanger in the Tech Space

On Monday, the Georgia Bulldogs beat the Alabama Crimson Tide to win the 2021 College Football National Championship.

It’s just the latest win in a long history of domination… by the Southeastern Conference (SEC).

For all you non-football fans, both Georgia and Alabama are part of the SEC. This means that regardless of who won last, this elite football conference added another National Championship to its list.

And quite the list it is.

Below, we look at which school took the title each year since 2006. A SEC school has won it 12 of those years. Only Clemson, Ohio State, and Florida State have won the title from a non-SEC conference during this period.

Source: NCAA.com

Now, as you might suspect, lots of championships correspond with lots of great players.

So, if you’re a talent scout in the National Football League (NFL), are you going to pay attention to players coming out of the SEC?

Obviously.

That’s why the SEC has the most former student-athletes in the NFL, more than any other conference (Alabama takes the top spot with 53 players on active NFL rosters).

Source: NCAA.com

And as a scout, are you going to spend more time analyzing players from the SEC than, say, the Sun Belt Conference?

No disrespect to the Sun Belt, obviously. It’s just that it’s not on the same level as the SEC when it comes to generating football stars.

So, yes, when you find a conference that produces an abundance of winners, you’d make it your focus. Giving equal research time to lesser conferences just wouldn’t make sense.

Let’s back up a moment…

What in the world are we talking about? Why are we starting today’s Market360 with football?

Because there’s a similar dynamic in investing. Every now and then, a sector or trend emerges that produces an abundance of winners. Far more than is typical.

When that happens, it creates a “make hay while the sun shines” environment for investors. It’s a temporary moment of focused outperformance that can transform portfolio returns.

I see a red-hot sector setting up today to produce a slew of such winners.

When I find a dominant moneymaking trend, I don’t just recommend a stock or two and call it a day.

I analyze these trends from every conceivable angle.

I ask myself: Who are the main players? The manufacturers? The suppliers? The distributors? Are there elements or precious minerals that will be in demand as a result of this trend? Are there other new technologies that will develop? What small, off-the-radar companies with a competitive advantage will corner a significant portion of this new market?

I look at it all. Once I see one of these trends developing, I don’t stop digging for “gold.”

I mean, why have one or two massive winners when you can have eight or nine?

On Tuesday during my Big Bet Summit, I revealed that I see 5G setting up today to produce a slew of new winners. The reality is that there are many different applications for 5G. We have the 5G smartphones, like the latest iPhone, Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel. With 5G, these smartphones are much faster, allowing users to access sites and download videos in the blink of an eye. The 5G smartphones alone offer plenty of profit potential. According to Juniper Research, revenue for 5G smartphones could top $337 billion by 2025.

And as I discussed yesterday, 5G is an absolute gamechanger that’s going to further foster the growth of other revolutionary technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), self-driving cars, artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) – just to name a few.

During my Big Bet Summit, I explained in detail how 5G will help those different technologies, as well as the stunning impact it will have on the U.S. economy. In case you missed it, you can watch a replay of the Big Bet Summit here.

I should note that to help folks prepare themselves for the 5G boom, I created a special model portfolio I call the 5G Hypergrowth Portfolio: Six Stocks to Incredible Wealth. Each company is directly in line to profit from 5G. For full details, click here.

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

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What Comes Next Now That I’ve Revealed My Big Bet

I’d like to start today’s Market360 by thanking everyone who attended last night’s Big Bet Summit!

It was a great success, thanks to the thousands of you who joined, and I couldn’t be more excited for what’s coming next.

By the way, if you missed it, you can view the special replay here.

As I said last night, every now and then my stock tracking systems alert me to a massive megatrend, before it becomes red-hot.

Now, many of you may know that my systems are designed to pinpoint fundamentally superior stocks on a case-by-case basis. That’s how I separate the wheat from the chaff, or the “A” stocks from the “C” and “D” stocks. It gives us a chance to beat the market.

But every now and then I see exceptional numbers lighting up an entire sector. And that’s when I stop and take notice.

These same systems helped point me to the PC revolution in the late ’80s, the internet revolution of the mid-’90s, and the rise of the smartphone.

Interestingly, my systems have homed in on a new beacon that’s flashing red right now: 5G wireless technology.

5G tech is an absolute gamechanger that’s going to foster the growth of other revolutionary new technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), autonomous vehicles and virtual reality.

In fact, if I had to put every penny of my life savings into one sector right now, 5G would be it.

It’s why I call this my Big Bet, and it’s why I’m going all in.

A landmark study about 5G by Accenture projects that, by 2025, this technology will drive a whopping $2.7 trillion in the global economic output in the coming years. To put that into perspective, the entire GDP of the U.S. economy is just over $20 trillion.

This transformational technology is going to impact virtually every industry on the planet, from manufacturing and retail to healthcare and autos.

As 5G starts to rollout across the country and the world, the time has arrived to get in on all 5G has to offer, from every angle.

I’ve made doing just that as easy as possible for you by assembling a model portfolio I call the 5G Hypergrowth Portfolio: Six Stocks to Incredible Wealth.

Inside this special report, you’ll get the name, ticker symbol, and buy-up-to price of each one of my small-cap 5G stock picks.

These six 5G hypergrowth stocks are all screaming buys and the absolute best way to play the incredible 5G megatrend that’ll be unfolding over the next few years.

I should add that my Portfolio Grader system gives each stock an A-rating for its Quantitative Grade and a B-rating for its Fundamental Grade, so they have strong fundamentals and are seeing significant institutional buying pressure.

And remember, once you join my flagship small-cap research advisory, Breakthrough Stocks, you’ll get direct access to my new 5G model portfolio.

One of the things my system does best is find solid small-cap stocks with huge upside potential, like the six stocks I’ve lined up in my 5G Hypergrowth Portfolio.

Besides phenomenal growth, my Breakthrough Stocks are posting great profits and crushing their forecasts. When you can get in on a stock like this early on, when it’s still fairly small, that’s how fortunes get made.

I go over all the details in my full presentation.

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

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Don’t Miss Out on Today’s Big Bet Summit!

I wanted to reach out to you a bit early today to remind you that I will be hosting my Big Bet Summit at 4 p.m. today. If you haven’t signed up yet, it’s not too late. Simply click here, and you’ll be all set.

The reality is now couldn’t be a better time to hold my Big Bet Summit. We’ve seen a significant uptick in broader market volatility these past few days, and I know it’s left many investors panicked and wondering where to invest. The financial media is only adding to the confusion, telling investors to sell growth and buy value.

But that’s not what you want to do right now.

The fact of the matter is there is a lot of potential in growth stocks… you just need to find the right ones. Well, my system went haywire recently, and I’m excited to say that not only has it indicated to me the best stocks, but the best sector, too. This doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it’s resulted in some very big winners…

For example, in the late 1980s, my system flagged the potential of the PC industry. It pointed me to:

  • International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) in the early 1990s, when it was trading at the equivalent of just $14 per share… and well before it shot up more than $200.
  • Apple Inc. (AAPL) in 1987 when it was just a $1.49 stock – before it soared as high as 9,500%.
  • A PC maker called Compaq before shares soared as high as 2,460%.
  • And a promising young company called Dell Technologies Inc. (DELL) revolutionizing the PC mail-order business when its shares cost less than a buck, and before they went up more than 500-fold.

And then it happened again in the early 2000s in the energy sector. The result?

  • Occidental Petroleum for 113% gains…
  • XTO Energy for 287% gains…
  • Sunoco for 97% gains…
  • Tesoro Corp. for 150% gains…
  • Valero Energy for 180% gains…
  • Holly Corp. for a 457% gain…

As I said, my system is flashing the same bullish signs now about a certain sector. So, in today’s Big Bet Summit, I’m going to reveal the sector that could offer major upside for investors who jump in early. I hope you join me. If you do, I’ll also show you how to access two of my stock recommendations to play this trend – absolutely free.

Click here to reserve your spot now. Again, it will kick off at exactly 4 p.m. today. I look forward to speaking with you soon!

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

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Why Diversification Won’t Cut It

Last week, I showed you how it can pay to go “all in” on a massive trend like the rise of the internet.

But I still field questions from many readers wondering if it’s a good idea to concentrate your wealth in one area. Isn’t that too risky, people often ask, and shouldn’t sensible planning involve diversifying your portfolio, so you don’t put all your eggs in one basket?

That brings me to today’s topic, which I’ll begin by asking a question: How many people have gotten rich from an index fund?

The answer: not many.

My point is that with an index fund or other diversified investments, it’s true… you are safer. But at what cost?

You sacrifice the opportunity for big gains and end up only earning 7% or 8% a year. That’s not enough for someone at or near retirement.

Now, brokers and money managers often preach the virtues of diversification.

You see, most financial advisers get paid based on how much money they manage for you, not on returns. So their focus isn’t on generating big returns on your money.

Instead, their focus is on making sure your money stays at the firm, so they can generate big fees on it.

The best way to do that is to issue bland advice that can’t possibly be viewed as unconventional or outside the norm. Nothing that would scare off the customer or make them feel like they are doing something different than their friends.

The mainstream financial advice is to diversify like crazy, to spread your money across bonds, stocks, and real estate, and across many different companies and funds.

Hey, at least it prevents inexperienced investors from putting all of their money into one terrible investment.

But here’s what some of the investing greats have said about the idea…

Warren Buffett famously said “diversification is protection against ignorance,” and that “it makes little sense for those who know what they’re doing.” At one time in the past, Buffett even allocated more than 40% of his portfolio to only one stock.

Stanley Druckenmiller, one of the greatest hedge fund managers of all time, who managed over $12 billion in assets, said: “I think diversification and all the stuff they’re teaching at business school today is probably the most misguided concept anywhere.”

He’s also famous for saying when you see something in the market that really excites you, “bet the ranch on it.”

Look, diversifying your portfolio can work for some folks. But let’s face it, nobody ever got truly rich by diversifying their investments.

When you study American history, you see that most rich, self-made billionaires made their money by going all-in on one business or on one huge revolution.

Think Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos or John Rockefeller.

These folks and many others got truly rich by spotting one giant opportunity and betting big on it.

And while mainstream financial advisers don’t like to advertise this, investors typically see one or two giant financial opportunities every decade.

That’s exactly what my Big Bet Summit is all about.

The bottom line is that if you make a big, smart bet, like the one I want to show you tomorrow, January 11, at 4 p.m. ET, that’s what can be a game changer for your financial life. Click here now to reserve your spot before tomorrow’s event!

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

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Weekly Upgrades and Downgrades

During these busy times, it pays to stay on top of the latest profit opportunities. And today’s blog post should be a great place to start. After taking a close look at the latest data on institutional buying pressure and each company’s fundamental health, I decided to revise my Portfolio Grader recommendations for 147 big blue chips. Chances are that you have at least one of these stocks in your portfolio, so you may want to give this list a skim and act accordingly.

This Week’s Ratings Changes:

Upgraded: From Hold to Buy
Symbol Company Name Quantitative
Grade
Fundamental
Grade
Total
Grade
ABNB Airbnb Inc. Class A C B B
ACGL Arch Capital Group Ltd. B C B
AEP American Electric Power Company A C B
ALL Allstate Corporation A D B
ATO Atmos Energy Corporation B D B
BBVA Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria B C B
BTI British American Tobacco PLC B C B
CAG Conagra Brands, Inc. B D B
CAT Caterpillar Inc. B B B
CCEP Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Plc B C B
CMS CMS Energy Corporation B D B
CNA CNA Financial Corporation B C B
D Dominion Energy Inc B C B
DE Deere & Company B C B
DFS Discover Financial Services B C B
DISCA Discovery Inc. Class A B C B
DISCK Discovery Inc. Class C B C B
EL Estee Lauder Companies Inc. B C B
EMR Emerson Electric Co. B C B
HAL Halliburton Company B C B
HBAN Huntington Bancshares Incorporated B C B
IP International Paper Company B C B
KHC Kraft Heinz Company B C B
KMI Kinder Morgan inc Class P B C B
LHX L3Harris Technologies Inc. B C B
LNC Lincoln National Corporation B D B
MMM 3M Company B C B
PEG Public Service Enterprise Group B D B
PGR Progressive Corporation B D B
PSX Phillipps 66 B B B
RACE Ferrari NV B C B
SLB Sclumberger NV B C B
SNP China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation B C B
SO Southern Company B C B
SRE Sempra Energy B D B
STLA Stellantis N.V. B C B
TAP Molson Coors Beverage Company B B B
TFC Truist Financial Corporation B C B
TM Toyota Motor Corp Sponsored ADR A C B
TRP TC Energy Corporation B C B
TRV Travelers Companies Inc. B C B
VTR Ventas, Inc. B B B
WLTW Willis Towers Watson Public Limited B C B
Upgraded: From Sell to Hold
Symbol Company Name Quantitative
Grade
Fundamental
Grade
Total
Grade
BBD Banco Bradesco S.A. Sponsored ADR D C C
BBY Best Buy Co. Inc. D C C
BHP BHP Group Limited Sponsored ADR C C C
CCL Carnival Corporation C C C
CMI Cummins Inc. C C C
FDX FedEx Corporation C C C
FIS Fidelity National Information Services D C C
FISV Fiserv Inc. D C C
GL Globe Life Inc. C C C
GLW Corning Inc. C C C
HDB HDFC Bank Limited Sponsored ADR C C C
HEI HEICO Corporation D C C
HMC Honda Motor Co. Ltd. Sponsored ADR C C C
HON Honeywell International Inc. D C C
HWM Howmet Aerospace Inc. C C C
IAC IAC/InteractiveCorp. C C C
IHG InterContinental Hotels Group Plc D C C
ITUB Itau Unibanco Holding S.A. D C C
LEA Lear Corporation C D C
LUV Southwest Airlines Co. C B C
LW Lamb Weston Holdings, Inc. C C C
LYFT Lyft, Inc. Class A D C C
MGA Magna International Inc. C D C
NLY Annaly Capital Management Inc. C D C
NVA Novartis AG Sponsored ADR D C C
PCAR PACCAR Inc. C D C
PUK Prudential plc Sponsored ADR D C C
RIO Rio Tinto plc Sponsored ADR D C C
RYAAY Ryanair Holdings Plc Sponsored ADR C C C
SCCO Southern Copper Corporation D C C
SWK Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. C C C
TDG TransDigm Group Incorporated C C C
TSM Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturer C C C
V Visa Inc. Class A D C C
VALE Vale S.A. Sponsored ADR C C C
VZ Verizon Communications Inc. C C C
Downgraded: From Buy to Hold
Symbol Company Name Quantitative
Grade
Fundamental
Grade
Total
Grade
A Ailgent Technologies, Inc. C B C
AKAM Akamai Technologies Inc. C C C
ALB Albemarle Corporation B D C
ALC Alcon AG C C C
ALNY Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Inc. C C C
APH Amphenol Corporation Class A C C C
AWK American Water Works Company B C C
AZN Astrazeneca Plc Sponsored ADR B D C
BBWI Bath & Body Works, Inc. B D C
BIO Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. Class A C B C
BIO.B Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. Class B C B C
BLK BlackRock Inc. C C C
CDNS Cadence Design Systems Inc. C C C
CNC Centene Corporation B C C
CRL Charles River Laboratories International B C C
CTLT Catalent Inc. C C C
DXCM DexCom, Inc. C C C
EIX Edison International B C C
GFL GFL Environmental Inc. C C C
HUBB Hubbell Incorporated Class B B C C
HUBS HubSpot, Inc. C C C
ICE Intercontinental Exchange Inc. C C C
IFF International Flavors & Fragrances C C C
ISRG Intuitive Surgical Inc. C C C
JHX James Hardie Industries PLC Sponsored ADR C B C
KMX CarMax Inc. C C C
LIN Linde plc B C C
MDB MongoDB Inc. Class A C B C
MOH Molina Healthcare Inc. C C C
MORN Morningstar Inc. B C C
MPWR Monolithic Power Systems Inc. C C C
MTN Vail Resorts Inc. C C C
NDSN Nordson Corporation C C C
NET Cloudfare Inc Class A C C C
NXPI NXP Semiconductors NV C C C
RGEN Repligen Corporation C B C
RMD ResMed Inc. C C C
SNPS Synopsys Inc. C C C
SOFI SoFi Technologies Inc. C C C
TECH Bio-Techne Corporation C B C
TEL TE Connectivity Ltd. C B C
TREX Trex Company Inc. C B C
TT Trane Technologies plc B C C
TYL Tyler Technologies Inc. C C C
VRSN VeriSign Inc. B D C
XLNX Xilinx Inc. C C C
ZS Zscaler Inc. C C C
Downgraded: From Hold to Sell
Symbol Company Name Quantitative
Grade
Fundamental
Grade
Total
Grade
ALGN Align Technology Inc. D B D
ALLE Allegion PLC D C D
BSY Bentley Systems Incorporated D C D
CRM salesforce.com, inc. D C D
CRWD CrowdStrike Holdings, Inc. Class A D B D
ENPH Enphase Energy Inc. D B D
FND Floor & Decor Holdings Inc. D C D
FNV Franco-Nevada Corporation D C D
HOLX Hologic Inc. D C D
HUM Humana Inc. D C D
INCY Incyte Corporation D B D
LBRDA Liberty Broadband Corp. Class A D C D
MASI Masimo Corporation D C D
NEM Newmont Corporation C D D
NEM Newmont Corporation C D D
NTES NetEase Inc. Sponsored ADR D C D
PODD Insulet Corporation D D D
ROP Roper Technologies Inc. D C D
RPM RPM International Inc. D C D
VRSK Verisk Analytics Inc. D C D

To stay on top of my latest stock ratings, plug your holdings into Portfolio Grader, my proprietary stock screening tool. You may get started here.

Sincerely,
Louis Navellier

Louis Navellier

The “Pay Dirt” Hiding Under This Massive Trend

Imagine you’re a gold miner, you’ve been digging for a while, and one day you finally hit pay dirt.

You discover a rich vein of gold. Would you just pick up a nugget or two and walk away? If you’re like me, you’d get down there with a shovel and cart and haul away as much as you could get your hands on.

And that’s exactly what we do when we discover a massive moneymaking trend that’s getting red hot.

When that happens, I don’t just recommend a stock or two and call it a day.

I analyze these trends from every conceivable angle.

I ask myself: Who are the main players? The manufacturers? The suppliers? The distributors? Are there elements or precious minerals that will be in demand as a result of this trend? Are there other new technologies that will develop? What small, off-the- radar companies with a competitive advantage will corner a significant portion of this new market?

I look at it all. Once I see one of these trends developing, I don’t stop digging for “gold.”

I mean, why have one or two massive winners when you can have eight or nine?

Case in point: the rise of the internet in the early 2000s. The internet, of course, had an incredible wealth-building impact on society – and internet technology continues to revolutionize whole industries. It is one of the biggest, richest veins of gold to ever come around.

But it paid to be invested when it counted most… at the beginning.

That’s when my systems helped me spot an internet networking firm called Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO), before it soared as high as 16,000%.

And database innovator Oracle Corporation (ORCL), before it went up as high as 8,196%.

Not long after, I began writing about a small company radically transforming the internet space. Few people at the time understood its business or recognized its importance.

But I knew this first-mover, by using the disruptive power of the internet to underprice “brick and mortar” stores and sell things online, was going to completely transform global commerce. So, I kept digging.

I recommended Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) at $46… before it shot up as high as $3,400.

Just like with energy stocks and PC stocks, when the internet arrived, I went all in, recommending stocks with incredibly diverse product and service offerings – from e-commerce stores to search engines – all of which benefited from the rise of the internet.

The bottom line is that I found a revolutionary sector that was poised to soar, where massive amounts of money was flowing in. As a result, folks who followed my recommendations had the chance to make incredible gains.

Well, that time has arrived again. One very important sector of the market is about to go through a major technological transformation.

It’ll remake whole industries, completely changing thousands of businesses and our daily lives. In the coming months and years, how we shop, communicate, and travel will never be the same again once the technology from this market sector starts taking hold.

It truly unprecedented. On Tuesday, January 11, at 4 p.m. ET, I’ll unveil this trend and how you need to play it at my Big Bet Summit. It’s just a few days away, so sign up now to reserve your spot for Tuesday’s event.

And check back here Monday. I want to “clear the air” about a sticky issue many folks ponder when setting up their retirement accounts and stock portfolios.

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

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Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO), Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)

Why I’m Going All-In on This Massive Wealth Building Trend

Yesterday I showed you how a select group of energy stocks soared higher and higher from a massive trend in rising energy prices, and how my systems spotted the trend coming well ahead of time.

It’s an important example because it underscores one of the great principles of wealth-building I want to share today: If you go big on a massive, inevitable trend in advance, then phenomenal wealth is virtually certain.

Look at things like PCs, the internet, and smartphones.

The folks who were smart enough to foresee the incredible moneymaking potential of personal computers in the late ’80s and early ’90s and went all in – the Michael Dells and Bill Gates of the world – well, they’re sitting pretty right now.

I, too, was also able to foresee the wealth-building potential of PCs long before the mainstream. Back in the late 1980s, my system was going haywire when it noticed the potential of the PC industry.

My system pointed me to:

  • International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) in the early 1990s, when it was trading at the equivalent of just $14 per share… and well before it shot up more than $200.
  • Apple Inc. (AAPL) in 1987 when it was just a $1.49 stock – before it soared as high as 9,500%.
  • A PC maker called Compaq before shares soared as high as 2,460%.
  • And a promising young company called Dell Technologies Inc. (DELL) revolutionizing the PC mail-order business when its shares cost less than a buck, and before they went up more than 500-fold.

When things started getting red-hot, I didn’t just recommend these PC makers. I also recommended other companies that were poised to benefit from the PC industry’s rise.

For example, I told folks to buy the businesses developing the revolutionary software that enabled PCs to be used in our homes and by small businesses.

One such software program was saving its users stupendous amounts of time by allowing them to automate calculations and financial analysis, instead of doing single calculations by hand. Today, Excel is the world’s most popular spreadsheet software because it allows one person to do the work of a million accountants from days past.

I knew the company that created Excel, Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), had the potential to create generational wealth for its investors. I told folks to buy shares well before it was a household name, when it was a $0.38 stock, before it shot up as high as 14,671%.

I pounded the table on the producers of computer memory – like Micron Technology, Inc. (MU). I recommended it at less than $1 per share, before it went to $96.

And I pounded the table on microchip innovator Intel Corporation (INTC) at around $3 before it shot up as high as $70.

You see, when my systems alert me to one of these world-changing trends, I don’t just recommend a stock or two.

I take full advantage of the situation. Remember, these opportunities only come around every so often. If you make the right moves, you can see some amazing gains.

I’ll explain exactly how on Tuesday, January 11, at 4 p.m. ET, at my Big Bet Summit. You’ll want to have a pen and paper handy for the event… because my recent discovery might be the biggest of my career. If you haven’t already, sign up here to reserve your spot for Tuesday’s event.

And look out for another note from me soon. I’m going to show you how to extract as much wealth as possible from high-impact trends.

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

The Editor hereby discloses that as of the date of this email, the Editor, directly or indirectly, owns the following securities that are the subject of the commentary, analysis, opinions, advice, or recommendations in, or which are otherwise mentioned in, the essay set forth below:

Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), Micron Technology, Inc. (MU)

Why My “Tsunami Trackers” Are Flashing Red Right Now

Yesterday I mentioned how my eight fundamental factors and my proprietary market-beating formula help me find individual stocks that are poised to soar, typically well before the financial media learns what’s going on.

I also discussed how my stock trackers are flashing at a level beyond what I’ve seen before.

The exciting part is that what I’ve discovered is one of the hottest moneymaking opportunities I have ever seen in my career.

Interestingly, this isn’t just a specific stock or a type of investment, but a sector. One that’s about to undergo a major technological transformation.

That’s what I want to discuss today.

It’s kind of like how scientists detect a giant tsunami is headed toward the shore.

Scientists lay out a system of buoys way out at sea, hours from the coast. These buoys detect changes in water pressure and seismic activity and then send this data back to the surface.

Back at the lab, the scientists then plug the data into models and are able to accurately predict the height, arrival time, and exact locations where a tsunami will hit, hours before it gets to shore.

My system works much the same way. When my numbers start flashing green across a whole sector, it’s one of the best buy signals on the planet.

It doesn’t happen that often. But when it does, it’s a strong signal there’s a tidal wave of money about to flow into a certain industry.

For example, from the mid-1980s through about September 2003, the price of oil held pretty steady at under $25 per barrel. But then various factors led to a huge global supply/demand imbalance.

The price went from $25 a barrel to $40 a barrel, then $50… and then in 2005 it broke what was then sort of psychological barrier at $60 a barrel. Folks didn’t think the price of oil could go that high, because it never had before. In fact, it kept climbing and eventually topped out at around $145 a barrel in 2008, more than five times from where it started in only five years.

Of course, what happened after that was inevitable. The huge rise in the price of oil sent energy stocks through the roof.

I recommended a group of stocks in the sector, starting in 2002, well before the wave of this massive trend crashed on the shore.

  • Occidental Petroleum for 113% gains…
  • XTO Energy for 287% gains…
  • Sunoco for 97% gains…
  • Tesoro Corp. for 150% gains…
  • Valero Energy for 180% gains…
  • Holly Corp. for a 457% gain.

It goes to show, like buoys that detect tsunamis before they strike land, my system helped me detect this incredible market move well in advance.

It also serves to highlight one of the great principles of wealth building — go big on a massive, inevitable trend in advance and phenomenal wealth is virtually certain.

And it’s why I’m so certain of the rise and revolutionary impact the sector I’ve now identified is going to have on the economy and the entire world. I would go so far as to say that if I had to put every penny of my life savings into one industry, this would be it.

I’ll explain exactly why at my Big Bet Summit. As a reminder, it will be held on Tuesday, January 11, at 4 p.m. ET. Click here now to reserve your spot.

I’ll be back in touch tomorrow to show you how going “all in” on a sector that’s about to explode can be transformational for your portfolio. In the meantime, I encourage you to sign up for the Big Bet Summit today.

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

The Editor hereby discloses that as of the date of this email, the Editor, directly or indirectly, owns the following securities that are the subject of the commentary, analysis, opinions, advice, or recommendations in, or which are otherwise mentioned in, the essay set forth below:

 

What My Data Is Telling Me About This Sector

Regular readers know I’m a numbers guy. And when it comes to finding stock picks, I typically take a “bottom up” approach. Simply put, I focus on individual stocks, not sectors.

I dive into the numbers, focusing on eight key factors:

  • Sales growth.
  • Operating margin growth.
  • Earnings growth.
  • Earnings momentum.
  • Earnings surprises.
  • Analyst earnings revisions.
  • Cash flow.
  • Return on equity (ROE).

This investing approach, along with my proprietary market-beating formula, helps me find companies with excellent fundamentals that attract strong institutional buying pressure. That buying pressure, in turn, dropkicks and drives my stocks higher.

It’s why CNBC called me “The Earnings Whisperer.”

It’s why Forbes called me the “King of Quants.”

But what people don’t know is that, in addition to my bottoms-up approach, I also have been making big sector bets my entire career. Every now and then I see exceptional numbers lighting up an entire sector.

That’s when I stop and take notice.

For example, in the mid-2000s, my system spotted a massive trend of rising energy prices well ahead of time. Tomorrow I’ll talk more about what catalysts made my system go haywire, but let me say now that my analysis helped me find big winners like XTO Energy for 287% gains… Tesoro Corp. for 150% gains… Valero Energy for 180% gains… Holly Corp. for 457% gains…

You see, my computer programs are operating at the speed of light. They’re crunching millions of data points on thousands of stocks every day. In this way, my systems constantly have “feelers” out there that are highly tuned to what’s going on in the financial world.

This gives me the rare ability to pick up on an industry’s increasing business and revenue before the financial media does, and way before stock prices do.

Well, the numbers are flashing again in a technology sector that will act as a springboard for exciting breakthrough innovations – and rising share prices for a select group of stocks. I’ll explain it all on Tuesday, January 11, at 4 p.m. ET, at my Big Bet Summit. If you’re interested, click here now to reserve your spot.

I’ll share all the details on how my system works… and the sector that system has identified with huge growth (and profit) potential. Sign up now so you don’t miss out.

I look forward to speaking with you then!

Sincerely,

Signed:

Louis Navellier 

The Editor hereby discloses that as of the date of this email, the Editor, directly or indirectly, owns the following securities that are the subject of the commentary, analysis, opinions, advice, or recommendations in, or which are otherwise mentioned in, the essay set forth below:

 

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