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Innovative Electronics Tech Top-Rated Stock Max Momentum

By: Matt Clark, Research Analyst

My first vehicle was a 1970s Chevrolet pickup.

It didn’t have a fancy touch-screen display or complex electrical system.

Heck, it didn’t even have power steering or power brakes.

Cars today have almost every bell and whistle you can imagine.

And they need complex electronics to make those smart displays, backup cameras and crash prevention systems work.

In this episode of The Stock Power Podcast, I share a 96-rated Power Stock that supplies automakers with the electronics needed to provide these new comforts.

Check out today’s episode here.

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Trump's Secret Legacy

In July 2020, the Trump administration oversaw a RADICAL change to the tech world … one that could unleash a huge wave of disruption … prosperity … and wealth creation in the near future.

Chances are you haven’t heard about it until today.

But according to one of America’s most respected tech forecasters, it’s set to create small fortunes right here in this country.

He recently went on camera to explain why.

Check the footage out here while it's still available.

Poll of the Week

Do You Enjoy “Smart” Features in New Cars?

Cars are far more complex than they once were.

Automakers are developing intricate systems with “infotainment” touch-screen dashboards and radios, smart brakes and much more.

Some cars even drive themselves.

It’s safe to say: Cars are getting smarter every day.

We want to know if you enjoy these smart features in newer cars.

Vote in this week’s poll here and tell us what features you like (or hate) in the comments!

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This New Tech Could Be Worth THREE TIMES the Entire New York Stock Exchange…

Experts believe this new tech will create more wealth than all the fortunes of the last 150 years combined. That’s why the world’s richest men and even the United States Senate approved throwing hundreds of BILLIONS of dollars into this new technology… And right now, there’s a little-known stock at the center of all the action.

In fact, this small-cap stock is still trading for less than it costs to buy a tank of gas.

Click here now for the whole story.

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1945: 8:15 a.m. local time marked the start of the nuclear age, as the United States detonated the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, and forever changed the world. The device killed over 70,000 individuals that day. By the end of that year, it was estimated that between 90,000 and 140,000 people died from exposure to the bomb’s radiation. Three days later, U.S. forces repeated the act on Nagasaki, increasing the death toll to an estimated 226,000 between both bombings.


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