A May 9, 2017 article of The Wall Street Journal proclaimed “The American economy is poised to embark on an innovation boom of historic proportions that will undermine incumbent players, transform everyday life, and make some alert investors very rich.”
There are several remarkable developments propelling that innovation boom, but perhaps the most important has been the tsunami of data generated in the world today.
In a Harvard Business Review article, the authors – two MIT Professors – mentioned that “Ninety percent of the digital data in the world today has been created in the past two years alone. With the burgeoning internet of things (IoT) promising to connect billions of new devices and their data streams, it’s a sure bet we’ll have far more digital data to work with in the coming decade.”
Much of that data has been converted to digital information that has been creatively organized and analyzed to help businesses – large and small – to operate more efficiently and more profitably.
Also mentioned in The Wall Street Journal article, “Amazing new applications are almost never predictable. They come from human creativity. That is one reason they almost never
So, if the new companies creating game-changing products and services are “almost never predictable, and almost never come from incumbent companies”, how can individual investors discover them to become “very rich”?
The answer to that question can be found in a service provided by UVMetrics.com.
Using proprietary screens, UVMetrics identifies stocks with the potential for extraordinary growth. Once a stock successfully passes through those screens, a PICK research report is emailed to all Members. The identification that PICK is just the beginning of the value proposition for Members. Any research updates, including revised stock market price targets issued by Wall Street analysts, are also shared – via emails – with Members.
All of that might sound tempting, but the proof of the pudding is simple . . . do the screening metrics work?
Using those screening metrics, we began creating a mock portfolio in mid-July 2018. We limited the portfolio to 25-stocks. Over the past 2-years, 8 of our selections were removed, replaced with 8-stocks deemed to have better growth potential. You can view a performance update of our Extraordinary Growth Portfolio by selecting the Performance tab above..
The EGP performance is presented primarily as a means for an investor to decide whether our stock selections have been successful. To that end in the lower right-hand corner you can see the EGP return since inception as well as the S&P 500 and Nasdaq performance.
While past performance does not guarantee future results, our past performance does suggest that you may want to become a Member, enabling you to participate in this “innovation boom of historic proportions that will undermine incumbent players, transform everyday life, and make some alert investors very rich.”
Or, you might want to test our service for a month, with no obligation on your part and zero information from you, other than an email from you, requesting the free trial, to the following address:
Membership – with all its value propositions – is available at a very reasonable monthly fee ($19.95).
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