What “Quantum Computer King” Company Is Keith Kohl Teasing?

Today I’ll be looking into Keith Kohl’s “Quantum Computer King” presentation, where he talks about a “tiny tech stock” that could see considerable gains in the months ahead.

Long story short, I wanted to find out what his quantum computing thesis was all about and what company he’s interested in, so I decided to take a closer look.

Let’s start by taking a look at Keith’s overall prediction. Then, I’ll show you the company I think he’s teasing based on the clues he shares in the presentation and give you an overview of the advisory he’s pitching, so you have a better idea of what’s involved.

What Is The “Quantum Computer King?”

The Quantum Computer King is the name Keith Kohl uses to describe a company he’s interested in that he believes will be the “Intel of quantum computing.”

Keith Kohl is an investment guru that works with a financial publishing company called Angel Publishing, and I’ve come across several of his presentations over the years.

Most recently, I wrote about his Apple Reality presentation where he talked about Apple’s rumored augmented reality glasses and a small tech company he’s bullish on.

This time, he’s talking about quantum computing.

What’s that?

Explaining how quantum computing works is far beyond my area of expertise, but the gist of it is that conventional computers store and retrieve information in bits (series of 0s and 1s), whereas quantum computers read the information in quantum bits (qubits).

Why do people use quantum computers?

My understanding is that quantum computers are used to solve complex computing problems that traditional computers either cannot solve or do so inefficiently.

According to Keith Kohl, quantum computers have the potential to perform tasks 100 trillion times faster than the computing devices we use today, and thanks to quantum entanglement, he says quantum networks can transfer information at the speed of light.

Keith also talks about a “unique and emerging branch of electronics” known as spin electronics (AKA spintronics), which Wikipedia describes as the “study of the intrinsic spin of the electron and its associated magnetic moment.”

I have no idea what that means or how it relates to quantum computing (lol). But according to Keith, spintronics could be the “key to unlocking the full potential of quantum computers.”

And, as a result of this tech, he says, “we will be able to create new fuels, medicines, and materials most people can’t even fathom today.”

It’s certainly an interesting topic, but it’s also a very technical, in-depth one. And not everyone has the time to learn the ins and outs of quantum mechanics.

From an investment point of view, however, Keith likens the opportunity to that of Intel in the 1970s. At that time, investors didn’t need to understand how integrated circuits worked; they just needed to know what technology was essential for computers to work and who made it.

Keith uses the example of Intel frequently and more or less suggests that, where Intel was the winner of the early computing era, his top pick could be the “Intel of quantum computing.”

He also states that the quantum computing industry is expected to be 66% larger than desktop PCs and mobile devices (combined) within a matter of years. And that, if his pick climbs to half the size of Intel, that would “be enough to turn every $1,000 into over $316,000.”

That’s a bold claim, and there’s no guarantee his pick will perform that well, but I was curious to know what company he teases in the presentation.

And in the next section, I’ll show you what I found.

What’s Keith Kohl’s Quantum Computing Pick?

Keith Kohl doesn’t reveal the quantum computing company he’s bullish on in the presentation. However, based on the clues he shared in the presentation, I believe it could be NVE Corporation (NVCE).

Why? Well, finding this one was pretty easy. All I did was search for spintronics companies with 100 patents because this was the most definitive clue Keith Kohl shared.

That led me right to NVE Corporation, a Minneapolis-based company that manufactures spintronic products. And according to the company website, it has 100 patents worldwide that are either issued, pending, or licensed from others.

From there, I checked this company against the other clues Keith shared, and it seems to match.

For example, Keith states that the company is valued at “roughly 0.2% of Intel Corporation” and that it had “quarter-over-quarter sales growth of 56.5%.”

Based on the market cap of these two companies, the first clue seems to line up, or at least it could have at the time the presentation was released.

And according to the company’s September 2021 earnings report, its total revenue increased 56% from the prior-year quarter. So that’s a match, too.

So, long story short, I believe Keith’s pick is NVE Corporation.

But to find out for sure, the best thing to do would be to read the report he put together called “The Quantum Computer King: The #1 Stock to Buy for the Quantum Era.”

In it, Keith reveals his top quantum computing pick and the details around why. And that’s important because it’s one thing to guess what company someone likes; it’s another to get all the research on why they are bullish.

The only “catch” is you have to join his Topline Trader service to access that report.

So let’s take a look at how this service works.

How Does Topline Trader Work?

Topline Trader is a weekly investment advisory service focused on investment opportunities in the technology sector. Specifically, Keith and his team investigate opportunities around things like quantum computing, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.

Keith describes these as “high-level scientific opportunities” and recommends at least one new company each month that he believes could change the world and benefit investors.

As a subscriber, you receive weekly trade alerts, research related to the positions Keith recommends, and updates on the portfolio.

You also get some bonus reports.

The first one is “The Quantum Computer King” report I mentioned earlier. But you also get the following three reports about different investments he’s discovered:

  • Quantum Lotto: The Quantum Computing Company Shooting for the Moon
  • Titan Gains: How to Earn Massive Profits on Massive Biotech Stocks
  • Nanotechnology, Mega-Profits: Topline’s Top 3 Nanotech Stocks to Buy Today

How much does it cost, and what’s the refund policy?

Topline Trader costs $1,999 for 12 months of access, and according to the Angel Publishing website, the service comes with a 90-day refund policy.

It seems as though that’s a cash refund, and if so, that’s rare in the investment advisory space. Most high-end services only come with a “refund credit.”

Is Keith Kohl the Real Deal?

I don’t know Keith Kohl personally, but from what I’ve seen, he appears to be a real investment expert, and the company he works for, Angel Publishing, is a legitimate company.

Keith is probably best known for his Technology and Opportunity service; an entry-level advisory focused on emerging technology.

However, he’s also the editor of a service called Energy Investor and is one of Angel Publishing’s leading technology, energy, and natural resources sectors.

I can’t say from experience how well his picks have performed, but based on what he says in the presentation, he’s recommended numerous triple-digit stocks over the years.

Of course, that doesn’t mean all his recommendations will pay off, but he does appear to be an expert, especially when it comes to energy and tech-related investments.

Bottom Line

In The Quantum Computer King presentation, Keith Kohl talks about a small tech company that he believes could hold the keys to the next major revolution in computing, quantum computing, and help investors make “as much as 31,594% in the coming months.”

Overall, I thought he made a strong case about the potential behind quantum computers in general, and given his track record, it wouldn’t surprise me if he picked another winner.

However, I wouldn’t assume you’ll make an almost 32,000% return. Regardless of what company you choose to invest in. That is very optimistic by any measure, and there is certainly no guarantee any stock will perform that well.

Should you join Topline Trader?

That’s a question only you can answer. Personally, I think it could be worthwhile if you don’t mind spending almost $2k and want to learn about Keith’s technology picks, especially since the service comes with a 90-day refund policy.

However, keep in mind that there are risks involved, as with any service. So it’s not like you’re guaranteed to get rich if you join, and it is possible you could lose money, too.

Either way, I hope you found this post helpful, and if you’d like to share your thoughts on Keith’s prediction or service, feel free to comment below.

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