Stocks that could soar the most in the final Melt Up

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Some of the biggest gains from the last Melt Up – the Dot-com boom - came from companies laying the infrastructure for one of the biggest innovations of our time – the internet.
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Dear Reader,

In the past few months, I've been asked one question dozens of times:

"Steve, which stocks are going to rise the most during the Melt Up?"

It's impossible to know for certain.

But history offers a powerful clue...

Some of the biggest gains from the last Melt Up – the Dot-com boom – came from companies laying the infrastructure for one of the biggest innovations of our time... the internet

Firms like:

Cobalt Networks, whose stock price rose over 400% on its first day of trading...Netbank, an online bank whose stock ranged from $3.50 to $83 in the last Melt Up...And Tibco Software, whose price rose tenfold shortly after its 1999 IPO.

And right now, a similar opportunity is taking shape... from 5G, artificial intelligence, the internet of things (IoT), and more. 

Recently, two of my colleagues – Dave Lashmet and Christian Olsen – embarked on a mission to track down the most explosive opportunities in the tech world as they stand now.

And they've come up with the most speculative model portfolio I've ever seen, filled with stocks they say could soar by 900% or more in the years ahead. 

The stocks inside this portfolio are much smaller and more speculative than anything I'd normally recommend.

But if you're comfortable with high-risk, high-reward speculations, you should absolutely take a close look at what these guys have put together.

Until midnight TONIGHT, you can access their entire tech model portfolio at what amounts to a ridiculous discount.

Regards,

Dr. Steve Sjuggerud
Editor, DailyWealth


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