Editor’s note: Welcome to the final day of Crisis Week. All week, tech veteran Chris Wood showed us why now’s the time to buy stakes in “dominant, world-class tech companies at prices we might not see again for another 10 years.”
But does that mean he’s “quitting” microcaps—his bread and butter? Read on for this week’s final installment of Crisis Week...
I was afraid to disappoint my readers…
It was the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. I had moved across the country to take a job picking stocks for a small cap tech advisory.
I specialized in finding tiny stocks with new, rapidly growing technologies. Like Enphase Energy (ENPH). Today, at about $300/sh, it’s one of the biggest solar companies in America. But when I first discovered and recommended it, it was worth just $1.14/sh.
Post-2008 was a delicate time. Markets were still shaken from the crash. Most investors were hiding on the sidelines. There were plenty of opportunities to make money if you had investable cash and access to the right information.
But one opportunity stood above all others. Stocks like Amazon (AMZN), Nvidia (NVDA), and Google (GOOG) were available at prices so low, it was hard to believe. All my calculations showed they were just starting their dominant runs.
These names didn’t “fit.”
They were too well-known.
My job was to discover tiny, little-known stocks and present them to my subscribers. That’s the promise I made. Even though these stocks offered great financial opportunity… I would be breaking my promise if I recommended them.
So, my team and I launched a new advisory dedicated to this opportunity. We called it Big Tech.
We got into Amazon at a split-adjusted $9/share… Google at a split-adjusted $17/share… and Nvidia at a split-adjusted $3/share.
We also bought Micron Technology, Avago (now Broadcom), and several other great stocks that grew into household names.
We shut down Big Tech a few years later when markets heated up and opportunities in big tech stocks dried up.
I'm telling you this because history is repeating itself.
My publisher Dan recently asked me, “What’s the smartest, safest, high-upside move our readers should make today?”
I won’t remind you how rough a year it’s been for stocks. Many areas of tech are in crisis.
And just like 10 years ago, this is a rare moment to buy stakes in dominant, world-class tech companies at prices we might not see again for another 10 years.
Problem is, just like 10 years ago, I don’t have a place to recommend them. My premium Project 5X advisory is solely focused on tiny microcaps.
I’m not quitting microcaps, but…
I did drop everything and compile all my research on dominant stocks into my new 2022 Crisis Report.
I recommend 10 world-class stocks in this report.
Each one has the potential to appreciate a minimum of 200%.
How do I know?
Because I calculated their performance from the last time they reached prices this low.
All 10 posted gains the last time they were this attractively priced.
The average gain was 201%.
The smallest gain was 23%.
The biggest gain was 1,142%.
Unlike 10 years ago, I’m not launching a new advisory around this idea.
It would take too long. I want to get my top 10 dominant stock recommendations in your hands all at once.
Simply put, the time to strike is now. And the window of opportunity probably won’t stay open much longer.
In fact, since I started working on this idea, the Nasdaq has climbed over 14%.
So, this may be a now-or-never opportunity.
Fact is, in the last 20 years, there’s only been one golden opportunity to buy dominant stocks like these at great prices.
In the aftermath of 2008.
Not even the COVID crash in 2020 presented opportunities like this. It happened so fast, most investors froze. They didn’t have time to react.
My great hope is my 2022 Crisis Report pushes you to seize this opportunity today.
We’re in a great, rare window of opportunity to accumulate stocks that can grow and solidify your wealth.
Don’t freeze. Act!
Thanks for sticking with me for Crisis Week. It’s been fun.
Editor, Project 5X
PS: I analyzed over 50 stocks for my 2022 Crisis Report. Here are some of the “final cuts” that almost made the report… but weren’t quite good enough to crack the top 10:
- Amazon (AMZN)
- Check Point Software (CHKP)
- Fortinet (FTNT)
- Intel (INTC)
- Lumen Technologies (LUMN)
- NXP Semiconductors (NXPI)
- Qualcomm (QCOM)
- Rockwell Automation (ROK)
Simply put: The 10 stocks I chose truly stand out from the rest. For the first time in nearly a generation…
You have the chance to buy into the most dominant companies on the market at fire-sale prices.
Think of it like buying a Ferrari for the price of a Honda Civic.
If you’re ready, go here now to get the full details on my report.