Looking for Chris Rowe’s latest 2021 predictions?
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I’ve recently been spending some time looking into Chris Rowe, his services over at True Market Insiders, and his latest stock market predictions. In particular, his latest forecast about “America’s Tech Boom 2.0” which he says will begin on July 27th.
And in this post, I’ll show you exactly what I discovered.
Overview of Chris Rowe’s Past Predictions
Chris Rowe started out on Wall Street in 1995 as a high-end wealth manager, before moving into the financial education space. And during this time, he has made many predictions.
According to Chris, one of these was his prediction in July of 2007, when he said that Wall Street banks were on the verge of collapse. Soon after, the global financial crisis began and in 2008, Lehman Brothers went bankrupt.
Fast forward to 2014, and he says he called the exact bottom in the stock market, alerting subscribers right before the market began rallying to new all-time highs.
Most recently, he called the 2020 stock market crash on December 30, 2019 in an alert to his followers, just two months before the markets crashed and many lost 40% of their wealth.
If you’d simply heeded Chris’ advice on any of those occasions, you could have not only avoided potentially devastating losses, but also saw considerable returns.
Some of his most notable stock picks over the past two decades include:
- Amazon (2,100% return in under two years)
- Qualcomm (2,600% in under 12 months)
- GLW Corning (1,312% in two years)
- Tasr (7,500% in one year)
Of course, not all of Chris’ predictions are 100% accurate, nor are they all that lucrative. But I do think it shows he has his finger on the pulse better than most.
Especially when it comes to tech stocks.
And now, in 2021, Chris is predicting something he’s calling a “rare 20-year Millionaire Maker Event” and says that the last time this happened was back in 1999.
What Is Chris Rowe Predicting For 2021?
Chris Rowe’s latest prediction has to do with technology stocks.
In his latest presentation (dubbed “America’s Tech Boom 2.0”) he talks about a rare “millionaire maker event” that hasn’t occurred in over 20 years, since the dot com boom of 1999.
According to Chris, it could be the biggest wealth building event of the decade and it’s all thanks to a rare convergence of three economic triggers:
Thanks to the convergence of three important economic triggers which you’ll discover today… certain tech stocks will skyrocket just like they did during the dot com boom in the 1990s…
What exactly are the “three economic triggers” he talks about?
Chris points to the following as being the triggers of the coming tech boom:
- Infinite Money Printing
- T.I.N.A (There Is No Alternative)
- The Digital Revolution
1. Infinite Money Printing
The first “trigger” he mentions has to do with the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE) program, commonly referred to as “money printing.”
Since March of 2020, Chris talks about how the Fed went from “regular” money printing, to infinite money printing, to try to avoid a financial crisis.
And how all of this money printing is correlated with falling interest rates, which in turn is highly correlated with stock prices rising.
Near zero percent interest rates and infinite money printing is about to start a buying frenzy in markets unlike we’ve seen before.
What he’s saying here is actually true.
The process of quantitative easing isn’t quite as simple as “flooding the markets with money” as some suggest. That’s an oversimplification of how it really works.
But QE does involve the Fed purchasing fixed-income securities like government bonds, which in turn has the effect of lowering interest rates.
Which, in turn, tends to cause asset price appreciation.
One reason reason for this is because the lower the yield on so-called “safe” investments like bonds, the more people are forced to speculate in the stock market to see decent returns.
Another reason is because the lower interest rates are, the less it costs hedge funds and large corporations to borrow money to buy back their own stock.
Put simply… money printing can (and often does) lead to stocks going up.
2. T.I.N.A (There Is No Alternative)
This second “trigger” for Chris’ tech boom prediction carries on from what I just explained about money printing, and how it “forces” people to speculate on riskier assets because when interest rates are so low, there is no alternative (T.I.N.A).
Bonds yield next to nothing, there’s no point in saving cash, and the cost of borrowing to speculate in the market is getting lower and lower.
As Chris Rowe puts it:
Essentially investors are forced to go to the U.S. stock market to see equal or better returns on their investments – thus pushing stock prices even higher.
Chris says this has created a frenzy in the markets. Because as QE pushes up asset prices, more and more people rush in to get their slice of the pie.
What Chris talks about with respect to QE and its impact on lowering interest rates and pushing up asset prices makes a lot of sense. And for the most part, I think many would agree that QE has helped prop up the markets over the past 12-24 months in particular.
The question is, however, where we go from here?
Some say it’ll end in collapse, others say the market will keep rallying higher.
What does Chris say?
As I’ll explain in the next section, he’s betting on specific stocks and ETFs in the tech sector.
3. The Digital Revolution
The third economic trigger Chris discusses in his tech boom presentation is all about the digital revolution. It’s no secret that tech companies like Amazon, Netflix and Google have thrived over the past several years as more and more people buy, watch, and search for things online.
According to Chris, this trend is set to continue thanks to the excitement in the tech space and the seemingly unlimited money printing going on.
He says he’s particularly bullish on small tech stocks, because these have benefited the most from the first two economic triggers we discussed. And also because, as he points out, the pandemic has accelerated technological adoption in numerous industries.
So, to sum it up…
Chris Rowe is predicting that in 2021, these three economic triggers will cause America’s next tech boom, and that the “buying frenzy” of tech stocks will begin on July 27th.
However, he also points out that you need to know which stocks to buy, otherwise you could end up losing money since, according to Chris, “tons of technology stocks that are utter B.S. and those companies will go straight to zero.”
Here’s the video of the presentation incase you missed it (not an endorsement):
In the next section, I’ll walk you through the details of some of the stocks Chris is currently recommending, and show you how to benefit from his predictions.
What Investments Does Chris Recommend?
In the “Tech Boom 2.0” presentation, Chris Rowe mentions a technology ETF he’s currently recommending and talks about “3 tiny tech stocks” that he says are set to soar.
The ETF he mentions is called Invesco (QQQ).
The Invesco QQQ ETF is an exchange-traded fund that tracks the Nasdaq-100 Index, it tracks the 100 largest non-financial companies listed on the Nasdaq based on market cap.
And, according to Chris, he expects it to “moonshot” and potentially rally 60% from here:
It’s called the QQQ ETF… I fully expect this stock to moonshot as we enter the final stage of this tech boom where the most explosive gains happen… I would not be surprised to see it climb another 60% higher from here.
He also talks about three tiny tech stocks that he thinks are going to soar as a result of the three economic triggers I mentioned earlier.
The first one has to do with the Internet of Things (IoT), which basically means a network of internet connected gadgets and appliances that can communicate with each other.
For example, “smart” devices like Amazon Alexa and Google Nest.
The second prediction is a semiconductor company.
He points out that semiconductors are absolutely essential for many of the electronics we use in our home, and that he knows of a “small semiconductor company that many major tech companies will rely on over the coming years.”
His third stock pick has to do with a technology that auto companies rely on:
So with this third and final stock, I’ve pinpointed a small company trading for under $15 that almost every major automotive company will rely on to produce technological advancements and systems for their vehicles.
How do you get the actual names of these stocks?
Chris reveals the exact details of the three stocks he talks about in the presentation in his report titled “3 Tiny Stocks Set to Soar from America’s Tech Boom 2.0.”
And to access that report, you need to join a service he runs called Sector Focus.
What Is Sector Focus and How Does It Work?
Sector Focus is an advisory service headed up Chris Rowe of True Market Insiders.
The service costs $78 per year to join, and provides subscribers with ten trade recommendations each month, based on Chris’ unique “sector investing” strategy.
You also get access to his report (3 Tiny Stocks Set to Soar from America’s Tech Boom 2.0) that details the exact stocks he’s predicting could soar in 2021. Along with other reports and resources aimed at helping you become a successful investor.
How does it work?
For the full details, check out my review of Sector Focus.
But in summary… Chris starts by analyzing the market to find the strongest “Major Sectors,” then he narrows down to the best sub-sectors and industry groups within these.
The general idea is that he only wants to invest in what he believes are the best sectors with the most upside potential and least amount of downside risk.
And from there, he chooses the stock or ETF that he thinks is likely to perform best, and shares his top picks with subscribers on a weekly basis.
Members also receive his weekly “Market and Sector Analysis” updates, access to his “Featured Sector of the Month” video and access to all of the stocks he currently recommends to members of the Sector Focus service within the members area.
In 2021, one of the main sectors Chris is focussed on is the technology sector, so you receive his top conviction trade ideas in the tech space upon joining.
But he doesn’t just limit his research and recommendations to the tech sector, he provides a range of investing ideas across multiple sectors of the market.
Is Chris Rowe The Real Deal?
Chris Rowe is a real investing professional.
He started out on Wall Street in 1995 as a broker and wealth manager, before co founding a financial publishing company called Tycoon Publishing in 2004, where he provided education and services to help people learn to invest successfully.
Today, he’s the founder and CEO of True Market Insiders, a popular financial publishing company that provides a range of services in the trading and investing space.
He’s most well-known for his work with Sector Focus and Sector Prophets, but he also runs a free daily newsletter that provides investing insights and commentary. And there are other services on the True Market Insiders website such as Checkpoint Trader and Profit Skimmer.
So he’s the real deal.
And even though there is some hype in the presentation, overall I think his approach is quite ethical because he doesn’t make lots of unrealistic “get rich quick” claims as some do.
Keep in mind, however, that just because he’s a legitimate investing guru, and that he has made accurate predictions in the past, doesn’t mean he has a crystal ball.
Everyone gets it wrong from time to time, even Chris.
So you should never just blindly follow someone’s advice about what to invest in, without doing your own due diligence and considering the risks based on your own circumstances.
That’s one of the cool things about Sector Focus though, Chris shares a lot of useful insight with subscribers, so there’s a lot you could potentially learn from Chris’ approach to investing.
Chris Rowe’s 2021 predictions mostly revolve around three economic triggers that he says will cause America’s next tech boom.
He says that thanks to the Fed printing more and more money, investors have little choice but to pile into the stock market at an ever increasing pace, and that he knows which stocks could soar as a result. He also says that the “buying frenzy” will begin on July 27th.
Much of what Chris says about the “economic triggers” is (in my opinion) sound. He seems to have a pretty good gauge of what’s happening in both the economy and financial markets.
He also has an impressive track record of success.
And not just in warning subscribers about market tops, but also in alerting them to market rallies and individual stocks and ETFs that have provided considerable gains.
Does that mean his 2021 predictions will play out?
Maybe, maybe not.
Nobody can say for sure.
But if history is anything to go by, there’s a good chance it could.
Either way, nobody can predict the market with 100% accuracy. So I personally wouldn’t follow anyone’s recommendations without understanding the risks involved.