Blockchain… the smartphone… 5G…
Over the last 20 years, we’ve lived through a technology renaissance.
But the most important technology is still coming down the pike… one that is often overlooked by investors and consumers alike.
“AI is one of the most important things humanity is working on,” says Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai. “It is more profound than… electricity or fire.”
Today, AI is being utilized to save the financial sector over an estimated $1 trillion a year.
And it’s being used by companies like Google and Apple, both of which have invested heavily in AI to power their autonomous car ambitions.
“AI isn’t limited to a singular sector,” says Louis Navellier, one of America’s most iconic technology analysts. “It can be rolled out in dozens of sectors. Financial technology. Autonomous cars. Cybersecurity. It’s limitless. And that’s what makes it one of the best investments of the decade: its adaptability.”
Navellier isolated some of the biggest tech winners of the 1990s, including Apple at $1.49 and Microsoft at 38 cents. And today he’s urging folks to get in on AI early.
Already some of the companies Navellier has isolated have skyrocketed as high as 1,100%.
“What people have to understand here is that investing in AI today could be a lot like investing in Dell or Google in the 1990s,” Navellier explains. “In the 1990s, Google, Microsoft and Apple were rewriting the world. Now AI is going to do the same.”
About Growth Investor
In Growth Investor, we focus on today’s best mid- to large-cap stocks from a variety of sectors. The Buy List contains specific Buy Below prices and is always sorted into 3 categories of portfolio risk — Conservative, Moderately Aggressive or Aggressive — so you can buy according to your personal risk tolerance. Louis Navellier has been involved in the investing world for over 30 years. Since founding their research firm 45 years ago, their elite group has been responsible for accurately forecasting many of the world’s most innovative technological trends and breakthroughs long before they achieved mainstream acceptance.
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