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Jeff Brown teases 3 various financial investment chances, the very first of which is just purchasing AMZN ... not a backdoor opportunity, however the other 2 are ... Buy Amazon (AMZN) They both are in fact hardware business from the noises of it, however of course he does not provide us the names of companies # 2 and # 3.

Brown said that "this business would be the leading tech stock of 2016" In the early days they were "primarily a gaming business" And we were told that this is the very same company that makes the advanced hardware for Google's And Microsoft's cloud computing services. So ... not much to go off of here, however luckily just enough for me to piece together this puzzle.

Nvidia is a GPU (graphics processing system) maker that began making these processors for gaming devices, and has actually because expanded into expert markets. Their "chips" are now used in whatever from video gaming consoles, to self-driving cars, to AWS's services and a lot more. All of the hints match up well, but what actually provided this away was when he specified it was his top tech choice of 2016, which I discovered it was after doing some digging around.

We're informed that it ..." is producing the bulk of these processors for AWS"" In the 4th quarter of 2019, sales were over $2 billion" When Brown states that it makes "processors" for AWS, it's tough to know exactly what he means by this. After all, Amazon itself is currently custom constructing their own " Graviton" processors, but they also utilize Intel and AMD processors for their EC2 services.

Nevertheless, it seems that AMD is a quite good match. As pointed out, AMD does supply processors to AWS for a few of their services, and it was also pointed out that this company's sales were over $2 billion in the 4th quarter of 2019. Well, AMD's 2019 fourth quarter sales were reported at $2.

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AMD is in fact a competitor to Nvidia, making GPUs and CPUs, with a few of their products known for their high memory clockspeeds. Is it AMD? This one I'm not positive on.

I have actually gotten a great deal of questions in the previous couple days about Jeff Brown's "Pre-IPO Code" discussion, in which he teases the concept of this "Pre-IPO" investing strategy as he pitches his new Blank Check Speculator newsletter. And I have actually got great news and problem. The great news is, I can discuss what he's talking [] "Update" newsletter from Brownstone, introduced early in 2021 and intending to recommend a lots or two Unique Purpose Acquisition Corporations (SPACs) each year, more than likely pre-deal SPACs that have not yet announced a merger target.

The advertisement is everything about the possible gains being driven by "Task Xi" so what's the big idea, and which stocks are getting the teaser treatment here? [] Certainly all the financial investment newsletters have been a-titter over the fortunes to be made with 5G now Jeff Brown is upping the ante a bit with his teased bet on 6G, and that definitely captured the eye of lots of a Gumshoe reader in current days.

I question if KODK was on that list https://secure. brownstoneresearch.com/?cid=MKT473114&eid=MKT480065&encryptedSnaid=U7P5FTBSsBnQnHMooXNtPNuV%2Fne6zeBBvdL0kRwDTGE%3D&snaid=SAC0018220991&step=start&emailjobid=4757811&emailname=200729-BR-Paid-BST-Buy-Alert-PM-Ded&assetId=AST142784&page=2 Hypes Amazon Web Solutions// AWS but states the backdoor play is 2 innovative hardwire manufacturers concentrated on AI/ Edge Computing/ Storage Processors. Searching for ideas to the teaser stocks. Boston biotech and an antibiotic. Allegedly avoiding over phase 2 screening to phase 3.