Three Companies To Cash In On The Most Dynamic Sectors In 2021

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For anyone who doubts that high tech is now driving the American economy, I have one word for you – COVID.

Never before in our history have we seen basically the entire country go on lockdown. Not even in the Great Depression did nearly every hotel, restaurant, factory, office building, and retail store close in a heartbeat.

No wonder Wall Street freaked out and sent the S&P 500 down 34% between February 19 and March 22.

Turns out America had an ace up its sleeve, a big one – high tech. It drove the economy’s historic rebound with 7.4% GDP growth in the third quarter.

That puts three key enabling technologies front and center. All three crushed the market in 2020.

Make no mistake. They will boost a strong recovery in 2021, particularly in the second half of the year.

Today, I want to show you exactly why these technologies will lead the market higher next year and reveal a great way to play each one of them…

Preparing for A High-Tech Recovery

Let’s be clear. The economy’s recent rebound to a historic 7.4% GDP growth in the third quarter would never have been possible without all the tools we take for granted in the digital world.

Without a robust Web infrastructure, cellular communications, mobile apps, and laptops, we never could have shifted as many as 70 million workers to home offices.

I believe this new tech paradigm is now permanent and will only gain steam in 2021.

And remember, we have three U.S.-produced-COVID vaccines awaiting approval in the U.S. and Europe. This will be a huge catalyst for the global economy with American firms leading the way.

In the new year, the economy and investors stand to gain from three vital tech fields that will serve as key catalysts. Take a look:

Tech Catalyst No. 1 – The Cloud

One statistic says it all. At the height of the pandemic, we saw more than 300 million video chats a day.

See, every aspect of cloud computing – from wireless handsets and laptops to WiFi routers to video compression to high-speed servers are much more advanced than there were just five years ago. It’s no wonder MarketsandMarkets says the cloud computing industry is expected to more than double from $371.4 billion today to $832.1 billion in just five years.

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Note that this author has not disclosed any interest or commercial relationship with the companies discussed; do your own careful due diligence.

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John D. Singleton 3 weeks ago Member's comment

$WORK was by worst stock by ever. Took me year to get my money back.