So, it seems I unknowingly struck a nerve [last week], when I proved just how powerful our investing edge is. I was talking about booking profits that are “not just pocket change, but life-changing, ‘holy smokes, I can’t believe this is happening’ money.”
Our customer service lines lit up; our inboxes were packed to the gunwales. And I heard from more than one person personally, all asking the same thing…
My unequivocal answer, in a word: “YES!”
And it doesn’t matter a bit where you are in your investing journey. Whether you’re about to invest a dollar for the first time, whether you’re working toward retirement, or whether you’re working on your first or fourth million.
You can have bigger, better, safer, more consistent profits. And here’s how…
Make the Decision to Be Rich
I’ve worked with people from every economic stratum you can image – blue-collar, white-collar, no-collar – Ivy League, Prairie League, no league at all, and everything in between.
I have seen people from every walk of life, from the very bottom to the very top, be successful and bag huge, life-changing profits, accumulating previously unimaginable wealth.
Surprisingly, this isn’t about where you start, it’s about making the choice to be wealthy.
Seriously – here’s what I mean by that.
We plan for everything in our lives except success. Deciding that you want to be rich gives you a huge advantage because now that you know what you want, you can find out what you have to do, learn, accomplish, study, and implement.
You can take on any challenge if you know where you’re going.
You often hear, “it’s never too late to start,” but it’s absolutely true: It’s never too late to start building wealth.
So my advice today is this…
Don’t spend your time thinking about what you’ve been through in your journey to get where you are right now. The rearview mirror is useful only inasmuch as it allows you to analyze past missteps when that’s called for. Look forward: Think about where you’re going and what’s needed to get there.
And absolutely spend some time visualizing the wonderful things that’ll be waiting for you there when you arrive.
And now I’ll name a stock that I think will help you get there.
Buy These Shares Any Way You Can
There’s no doubt in my mind, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is a fantastic place to start investing if you haven’t already.
Indeed, my paid subscribers have already had the chance to double their money – and then some – on these must-own shares. And I don’t think that’s a one-time deal.
At first glance, it seems expensive – 100 shares will set you back a cool $22,572 at current prices, and that’s not including the fees. Buy just a few shares separately if you have to, or latch on through a “26(f) program” choice, like the one I’ve recommended in our sister service, the Money Map Report. You can even use options trading to potentially leverage small-dollar positions and control outsized portions of the stock.
Just don’t get left behind. Because believe me, that’ll seem downright cheap when Apple moves to new highs en route to $300, then $400 a share.
In fact, I see $265 by Christmas, based on better-than-expected iPhone sales of nearly 190 million units this year, but another 200 million in 2020 and 2021 as 5G comes into play.
It’s all very well and good for Apple to sell 190 million iPhones, but as I’ve said before, the “iPhone factor” that analysts constantly (and wrongly) fixate on will actually become less and less important to Apple’s overall big picture as time goes on.
It’s Apple’s big “pivot” into medicine, by which I mean medical devices, that will really move the needle on this one.
Remember, it was earlier this year when Tim Cook himself went on CNBC and said, “Improving people’s health will be Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind.”
I don’t think he was talking about iPads and iPhones when he said that.
The way I see it, Apple has been “quiet, a little too quiet” on the medical device front lately. I think we’re about due for a major announcement – that would fit Apple’s past behavior pattern to a T.
You absolutely, positively want to own this stock before that announcement. Whatever you do, don’t get left behind.
— Keith Fitz-Gerald
Source: Money Morning