I just got back from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. It was another great display of tech trends as over 4,500 companies presented the newest gadgets and technologies launching in 2019.
I break down everything I saw at this year’s show… And while I came back with plenty of new ideas, there are three trends—and several companies—I’d definitely stay clear of.
Netflix reported earnings yesterday, giving awful guidance going forward. Earlier in the day I tweeted about why I wouldn’t be buying shares… On today’s podcast, I share the latest numbers and explain why Netflix is a dangerous company to own at these levels.
I’ll be speaking at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (VRIC) over the weekend. If you’re in attendance, make sure you come say hello. I love meeting listeners.
My presentation will be about our digital security offering, Curzio Equity Owners (CEO). We’re just a few weeks away from launch… and in today’s episode, I’ll share the details on how you can participate in the growth of Curzio Research and own equity in my business.
I also explain why digital securities will be a trillion-dollar industry soon, disrupting numerous industries, including investment banking, brokers, royalty companies, real estate, and the major stock exchanges.
Note: We live in a world where huge predictions and “trillion-dollar” figures are thrown all over the place. It’s easy to become numb to new ideas and ignore all the hype. But digital securities are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
To find out more about our upcoming CEO offering… and how this movement will disrupt everything from real estate to investment banks, click here.