4 New FANG Stocks to Buy Today – STUF Stocks Are The Future
[UPDATE] This post was updated on October 8, 2019.
There is a big shift coming in the stock market that I believe is going to push money in STUF and stocks like it.
For example, money moving out of Netflix I believe will be looking for another dominant platform dominator like Spotify to buy. That will push Spotify out.
Tesla’s new features like Enhanced Summon are going to bring more attention to the stock and it will continue to report record sales in coming quarters, that I believe will make people bid the stock higher.
Uber is going to be coming out of the dreaded IPO lock up period, where big investors will feel comfortable buying the stock and by doing that will push it higher.
Facebook I believe is a secret 5G play as its Oculus Quest VR headset benefits from untethered use that will rapidly increase.
I am still bullish on STUF!
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Today I want to give you an update on STUF. If you go back to July you will see that I created, invented, made — whatever you want to say — my own version of something I was so jealous of that Jim Cramer made: FANG.
Those of you who know FANG know it stands for Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google. I thought I wanted to make my own version of FANG. I came up with STUF. Those of you who remember it, I said the best way to remember it was to go on your phone and download the apps.
STUF is Spotify, Tesla, Uber and Facebook. I want to give you an update on STUF and also offer something to you for free that is an incredible report we have made on STUF. So if you are interested in STUF — Spotify, Uber, Tesla and Facebook — I’ll tell you how you can get ahold of this report.
First, a little update on what’s been going on with STUF. Number one, whatever these companies have been doing in terms of their businesses they have all been affected more by what’s been going on with the overall stock market. The overall stock market has been up and down and up and down and up and down.
If you followed buying into STUF immediately after you would be saying, “Hey Paul, three out of the four stocks are down. A couple are down a lot.” Yes, that’s true. However, STUF was never intended to be a day trade, a week trade or a month trade. These companies are signature companies that I really believe get you into the new world that I keep telling you about.
There is an entire old world that is essentially an old-world economy that is going away. Everyone can now see it. It is beginning to become clearer and clearer. These companies are beginning to go away and the destination we know is certain — it’s going to zero. There is a new world that’s being created with new companies.
My subscribers know how much I absolutely love to recommend and update our model tech stock portfolio. Though there are more than just tech stocks in our portfolio, we do focus on innovation and look to the future of the market and of the world before making decisions to invest.
Use Fractional Shares to Buy Into STUF Stocks
Many of you have written in to ask how you can invest in these stocks if you don’t have enough money to invest in even one share of STUF.
Well, here’s the good news: You can use this strategy from today’s video to get “fractional shares.” What that means is that you have the ability to buy a slice of a share and still reap the benefits of investing in that stock.
By using fractional shares, it’s also easy for you to equal weight your portfolio, which is key when investing in anything on the stock market.
The four stocks that make up STUF may be down at the moment, but their long-term potential is trending way, way up!
That’s exactly why my team and I put together a brand-new report on STUF and an intro into stocks. And I want you to get it first.
To claim your free copy of STUF: 4 Stocks to Hit the Greatest Mega Trends of Our Time, send us an email at email@example.com, and your report will arrive in your inbox next week.
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I’ve been investing for more than 25 years. I started my career on Wall Street in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. I quickly advanced to prominent positions at Deutsche Bank and ING, managing multimillion-dollar accounts. In 2006, the owners of a $6 billion firm named Kinetics Asset Management recruited me to manage their hedge fund.