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Since July 2019, the I/O Fund has made institutional-level stock analysis accessible to retail investors. The I/O Fund credits its achievement of being the #1 top-performing tech portfolio to the growing, passionate base of I/O Fund's Free tech stock newsletter and premium subscribers. The team is dedicated every day to continue outperforming the large corporations I/O Fund competes with.

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We Identify Microtrends to Beat Momentum

AI

The AI economy is expected to reach $15.7 trillion by 2030 which is four times larger than mobile. Our research predicts who will be the new FAANGs in the AI economy.

5G

We help position you to take advantage of this new infrastructure paradigm from 5G chips to edge computing to edge devices.

Cloud computing

We picked early winners in the secular category of cloud computing. Our research helps to differentiates cloud IaaS, PaaS and SaaS so you know what you own and why..

Telehealth

Artificial intelligence is merging with the medical industry to offer higher quality care at lower costs. Our research illuminates this promising sector.

Beth Kindig
Technology Analyst with over a decade of analysis for the private markets. Beth speaks at tech conferences and is frequently in the press for her early analysis on tech stocks.
Knox Ridley
Portfolio Manager who began as a ETF wholesaler in 2007 and with nearly 13 years experience as a portfolio consultant. Knox is trained in trading styles such as Fibonacci Trading, Elliott Wave and classical technical analysis.
Bradley Cipriano
Equity Analyst providing financial stock analysis for premium members at the I/O Fund. Bradley is a Licensed CPA and specializes in assessing the quality of revenue and earnings for domestic and international stocks.
Royston Roche
Equity analyst who provides fundamental research to help people make better-investing decisions. Royston has a long history of working and contributing research for the financial service industry.
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Head of Marketing Operations, Duyen works behind the scenes to support I/O Fund's ability to scale and serve its members.

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January 21, 2022

I/O Fund’s Preview of 7 Semiconductor Stocks Ahead of Q4 Earnings

It is the first of the series of earnings previews for Q4. We chose Lam Research, AMD, Teradyne, Nvidia, Texas Instruments, Broadcom, and Qualcomm for the Semiconductor sector. To understand valuations across semis and how the sector is positioned moving into earnings, please reference our analysis, “I/O Fund’s Semiconductor Q4 2021 Earnings Preview.”

January 21, 2022

I/O Fund’s Semiconductor Q4 2021 Earnings Preview

TSMC broke off Q4 semiconductor earnings after it reported on 01/13/22. Sales at the massive foundry pure play grew 21% YoY in Q4, and net income increased 16%, setting the stage for a strong earnings season for the semiconductor industry. In the analysis that follows, I give a brief overview of the semiconductor industry and discuss key metrics that investors should be aware of heading in Q4 earnings.

January 18, 2022

Snowflake Accelerates In Revenue While Growth Stocks Sell Off

I/O Fund recently initiated a position on Snowflake given its performance in revenue growth, net retention rate, and percent gain since becoming public over a year ago.

January 07, 2022

Throwback: Nvidia will Surpass Apple’s Valuation in 4.5 Years

Last August, I predicted that Nvidia could surpass Apple on market cap. Here is what I said in my Forbes article: “I believe Nvidia is capable of out-performing all five FAAMG stocks and will surpass even Apple’s valuation in the next five years” and I expanded on this by stating, “We believe [Nvidia] can surpass Apple by capitalizing on the artificial intelligence economy, which will add an estimated $15 trillion to GDP.

January 03, 2022

2022 Memory Market Update

The memory market needs to find new solutions to increase storage capacity and keep up with cloud computing. One such solution is 3D NAND and Micron is pioneering this technology.

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