Just how much is political risk priced into stock markets right now? It’s an impossible question to answer, but it’s certainly heating up on the political front over in the US. Things are about to get very interesting.
It’s not that hard to see why most of the largest companies in the world are tech. These businesses generate billions in cash, they don’t cost too much to run and they’re reinvesting that cash to dominate existing and new industries. But what’s next?
How do you buy shares in a company before the spotlight shines on them? Well, I’m going to tell you about this in a moment.
Scale isn’t all that important. That’s what Warren Buffett told students at the University of Georgia. It’s a bit rich coming from one of the richest men in the world.
Not even 30 years have passed since the World Wide Web came onto the scene. And now, all of this money is kind of just floating around in space — on the internet, in the ‘cloud’, and now in invented currencies. But make no mistake, this is the way things are going. And its not slowing down. In fact, it’s just getting started…
This is a dangerous situation but it’s a wake up call that you don’t have freedom on social media. You are under the control of people like Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
The Low Dose Computed Tomography lung cancer screen has a Sensitivity of 93%, but a Specificity of 73%. The Prostate Specific Antigen test has a Sensitivity of 21% and a Specificity of 91%. The Mammography breast cancer screen has a Sensitivity of 68% and a Specificity of 75%.
In the market, what is obvious rarely works out as an investment idea. And so the improbable has happened with Tesla. Elon Musk wants to take it private at an all-time high share price.
There is a revolutionary drug in testing right now. It’s finally offering hope to those who thought they had none. But it’s also an incredible opportunity that billion dollar pharma’s don’t want to miss out on.
Do you think big tech companies are a part of the ‘elite’, trying to control the narrative of global politics and economic growth? Let’s see…