One of the most controversial sectors of the stock market is producing extraordinary returns, with potentially even bigger gains on the horizon, says Wall Street legend Whitney Tilson.
On the one hand, this tech sector has gained a fanatical following. But on the other side are serious doubters...
An article that appeared on CNN a while back, for example, said that the idea that this new technology would replace the status quo was "completely exaggerated."
The Atlantic ran a story not long ago explaining how this tech breakthrough still faces "a major roadblock."
And ABC News argued the future of this technology "is decades away."
But Whitney Tilson, a former hedge fund manager who's twice appeared on 60 Minutes to break big financial stories – totally disagrees. He says:
"The best thing you can do as an investor is position yourself in front of a massive, inevitable, and booming technological trend... and that's what we're looking at right here."
And the stock market seems to agree with Tilson.
In fact, a collection of 20 companies in this high-tech sector has returned an average of more than 570% gains over roughly the past six months.
Some of the individual companies are up more than 1,000% during that period.
That's why Tilson and his research team have put together a full analysis which explains everything you need to know about this skyrocketing tech sector, including the stock name and ticker symbol of their favorite stock pick in this space.
You can access their research – including the charts, photos, and videos that accompany it – on the Empire Financial Research website, totally free of charge, right here.
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