I/O Fund Cumulative Returns of 47% More Than Double the Nasdaq.
The I/O Fund’s cumulative returns of 46.92% have more than doubled the Nasdaq since 2020 and are 174% better than institutional all-tech portfolios. The team is dedicated every day to continue outperforming the large corporations I/O Fund competes with.
We Identify Microtrends to Beat Momentum
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.
We help position you to take advantage of this new infrastructure paradigm from 5G chips to edge computing to edge devices.
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..
Artificial intelligence is merging with the medical industry to offer higher quality care at lower costs. Our research illuminates this promising sector.
I/O Fund Free Tech Stock Analysis
Where the Market is Headed Next
When the market was selling tech last year, the I/O Fund was buying AI leaders. For example, from September 2021 through January of 2023, we initiated 9 buy alerts for NVDA below $210. The last two alerts were at $108 and $149 in late 2022. We initiated buy alerts for additional AI stocks, as well, resulting in a 45% allocation to AI going into May. Compare this to Stanley Druckenmiller, who had 29.5% allocation in AI, and has been covered by the press as the leading AI investor.
Apple Bets On The Emerging Markets Growth Story
The smartphone market continues to be hit hard in q1, with prices down 20% and shipments down 13%, according to Canalys. Despite double digit decline across the industry, Apple delivered marginal growth on its iPhone sales at +1.5%.
Nvidia Will “Still” Surpass Apple’s Valuation
My coverage on Nvidia as an AI leader began in 2018 (yes, really – five years ago). Since then, I’ve covered the AI microtrend for this specific stock 27 times on my research site, which is the equivalent of a novel.
FAAMG Stocks Trading At Precarious Valuations
The mega-cap stocks that are known as FAAMG reported earnings recently. These names are driving the market higher, especially Microsoft and Apple. In fact, the percentage of Microsoft and Apple’s combined weighting in the S&P 500 has never been higher.
Apple’s Stock In Focus: More Profitable Than Banks
Investors looking for the “next big thing” will point toward companies like Stripe, Sofi or Square as the leading fintech stocks. Meanwhile, the next big thing to disrupt the financial sector may be sitting in plain sight. Apple grew its cash trove through legendary design and hardware, yet how Apple chooses to leverage its enormous reserve of cash may be what writes the next chapter for the world’s most valuable company.