** Last time this happened, Chris’s pick soared 373%...
** This “sure-fire investment” is #1 for the third straight year
** 8 Toy Story “render” farms—in your pocket
The “microbullies” are crawling out of the shadows again…
Microbullies, as we call them here at RiskHedge, have one goal: to drive down the prices of certain microcap stocks.
They do it in the form of “hit pieces”… or “short reports”…
Here’s RiskHedge microcap expert Chris Wood:
Short reports are basically articles that lay out the case for why investors should short, sell, or at the very least avoid a stock.
Often, the writer of such an article has already sold the stock short to profit from a fall in price... or was paid by a short hedge fund to write the piece… or both.
Chris is a respectful guy. So I’ll say what he won’t: These guys are usually full of garbage.
Microcap stocks are very small, which makes them susceptible to price manipulation. Some folks make a living out of shorting (betting against) a microcap stock... writing a “hit piece” on it... profiting... then repeating.
But recently, their bullying tactics backfired. And Chris’s Project 5X subsribers got the last laugh.
Specifically, the microbullies took aim at eXp World Holdings (EXPI), a tiny company disrupting the real estate market with its virtual technology platform.
The microbullies were no doubt hoping for the stock to crash after that headline. They did manage to keep a lid on the stock for a bit. But eventually, the truth won out:
EXPI took off like a geyser, allowing Chris’s subscribers to lock in a 275% “free ride” profit last month.
Now history appears to be repeating itself. A popular investing website recently published a new “hit piece” on Chris’s top tiny stock pick today, the “109X microcap.”
Here’s Chris Wood again:
The hit piece was... not particularly well researched.
The writer presented no real evidence against the stock. His argument boiled down to: “The company barely makes any money yet.”
No kidding! That’s the whole point of investing now, while this microcap is essentially a startup. You get in before the big growth event, which I believe will be announced any day now.
As a result of this microbullying, Chris’s pick is now available for a better price than it was two weeks ago. If you haven’t seen Chris’s case for why this microcap has a real shot to soar 150% overnight... the microbullies are handing you a second chance. Go here to read his writeup.
These stocks are crushing it yet again
Can you guess the #1 and #2 performing stocks in the S&P 500 this year?
Take a look:
Nvidia (NVDA) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
AMD is going for the “three-peat”… (It was the top performer in both 2018 and 2019!)
Nvidia is also a name RiskHedge readers should be familiar with. It’s one of Disruption Investor editor Stephen McBride’s favorite stocks. Same with our chief trader Justin Spittler, who actually recommended it right here in the RiskHedge Report back in April. (Readers who acted on his advice are up 83% in 5 months.)
But here’s the main takeaway: NVDA and AMD are both in the same family. They’re semiconductor stocks. World-leading “chip makers.”
In other words, they’re two of the most important stocks in the entire tech sector. Semiconductors are the “brains” of modern electronics. They power today’s biggest megatrends like computer vision, 5G, and AI.
It’s no wonder they’re leading the charge!
And they’re only getting MORE powerful by the second...
8 Toy Story “render” farms—in your pocket
Computer chips contain billions of “brain cells” called transistors.
The more transistors on a chip, the faster it is.
Over the years, engineers have crammed more and more transistors onto smaller and smaller surfaces… leading to exponential growth in computing power.
It’s pretty remarkable.
Consider this: The “render farm” that was used to produce Pixar’s ’95 classic Toy Story used 1 billion transistors.
117 Sun Microsystems computers ran 24 hours a day during the filming of Toy Story
Today… the latest iPhone has 8.7 billion transistors inside it! Almost 9X the power… in your front pocket!
With all of today’s most exciting technologies relying on these powerful chips… and technology advancing at a blistering pace… semiconductor stocks should continue higher for years.
Nvidia and AMD are solid long-term bets. Any investor would do fine adding them to their portfolio today.
But if you want the fastest gains in the shortest amount of time, you need to bet on the smaller “game changers.” And right now, Chris Wood says there’s only ONE set to transform the entire semiconductor space.
That’s all for this week. Keep your questions, comments, and suggestions coming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Executive Editor, RiskHedge