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Technology and Opportunity Review (What You Need to Know)

Hi, and thanks for stopping by. In this review, we’ll be taking a look at Angel Publishing’s Technology and Opportunity service, which Keith Kohl heads up.

I’ve known about this service for a while now, but I recently saw a presentation about a new “breakthrough technology” that’s supposedly changing the world.

So I decided it was time to take a closer look.

In short, what I found was that the Technology and Opportunity service is about investing in “unproven” tech stocks in the hopes of making outsized gains. It’s probably not ideal for conservative investors, but it’s a legit, low-priced stock advisory with a good track record.

Read on for the full review.

Technology and Opportunity Review

Technology and Opportunity is a monthly stock advisory service that focuses on investment opportunities in the emerging technology space.

For example, things like artificial intelligence, robotics, augmented reality, and 5G.

The core philosophy of the service is to help beginner investors get in early on the latest technology trends. And investment director Keith Kohl does this by sharing his recommendations and insights on the companies he believes are at the forefront of emerging technologies.

According to the website, Keith and the team at Angel Publishing look for divergences in the market between what their research uncovers and what the market has priced in.

In other words, they look for breakthrough tech stocks that are potentially undervalued.

Much of what we do is arbitrage the difference between what we know to be true based on our due diligence and the truth as the market sees it. If that’s too much to think about, don’t worry…

Source: angelpub.com/premium-detailed/tao

The strategy this service adopts does have potential.

Because, if you’re able to pick the right companies, you could turn a small stake into considerable gains. I mean, imagine investing in companies like Netflix, Tesla, or Amazon in the early days.

That said…

This sort of thing can be risky because many of the Technology and Opportunity service recommendations are smaller, less established companies. And some of the emerging technologies these companies are built around aren’t exactly proven yet.

Here’s how the website puts it:

Technology and Opportunity buys advanced, unproven technology stocks on the cheap — and sells when they become proven and are being snatched up by the great unwashed masses.

So there’s potential, but it’s important to understand that this service is based on a potentially higher-risk, higher-reward style of investing.

How Does Technology and Opportunity Work?

The Technology and Opportunity service works by providing subscribers with regular insights and stock recommendations centered around emerging technology.

The way it works kind of reminds me of another Angel Publishing service I recently reviewed, called Microcap Insider.

However, the main difference is that Technology and Opportunity is cheaper and is a monthly advisory, whereas Microcap Insider is a faster-paced, weekly newsletter.

In any case, as a subscriber, the main idea is to go through the monthly issues of Technology and Opportunity, the special reports, and the model portfolio and decide which companies you want to invest in using your own brokerage account.

Basically, Keith gives you the information, and you decide what to do with it.

How Have the Recommendations Performed?

Angel Publishing, the company behind the Technology and Opportunity service, doesn’t openly disclose this service’s average track record. At least not that I can find.

And that’s the best gauge of how successful the service has been, to see both the winning and losing stock recommendations over different time horizons. For example, how it’s performed since inception and over the past 12 months.

In any case, what we do have, is a list of some of the best stocks the service has recommended over the “past few years,” as it states on the order page (angelnexus.com/o/op/300358).

According to that, here are some of the recommendations:

  • Bitcoin (65,400%)
  • Universal Display Corporation (4,991%)
  • iRobot (1,696%)
  • Foundation Medicine (101%)
  • Ambarella (111%)
  • Splunk (115%)

That’s a mix of some of this service’s best-performing, and worst-performing picks out of the list they provide. And as you can see, they seem to have recommended some pretty decent opportunities in the technology and biotechnology space over the past few years.

However, to have made that much from bitcoin, that information is either not up-to-date, or they were using some form of leverage to maximize gains. Because I’m writing this in August of 2021, and bitcoin hasn’t gone up that much since 2018.

Either way, we really need more information to get an accurate picture of the average gains their recommendations have provided. The model portfolio can help with this, but it only shows you the active recommendations, not every stock they’ve ever recommended.

What Do You Get If You Join?

The main benefit of joining is getting access to Keith Kohl’s monthly stock recommendations and insights into why he’s recommending each company. But there are some other benefits such as special reports, portfolio updates, and weekly curated content.

Here’s an overview of what you get as a subscriber:

  • 12 monthly issues of Technology and Opportunity that details Keith’s latest stock recommendation, why he’s recommending the company, and instructions on how to get involved.
  • Portfolio updates and “flash alerts” designed to keep you informed about what’s happening with the model portfolio and alert you to any actions Keith suggests taking like buying or selling.
  • Access to a weekly roundup called “This Week in Tech” which informs you about any important financial and technology news that Keith and the team are tracking.

Subscribers also get access to some bonus reports that outline specific opportunities Keith is interested in. Which reports you can access depend on how and when you join, but as of writing, the company is offering three special reports as a bonus for signing up.

  • The Robot Revolution: Three Stocks Poised for Massive Returns
  • Space Billionaires: The #1 Stock to Own for 2021 and Beyond
  • Ultranet Profits: Top 3 Stocks for Riding the 5G Revolution

How Much Does It Cost?

The Technology and Opportunity service normally costs $249 for 12 months of access. Still, if you join through one of the promotions Angel Publishing is currently running (like the “Bill Gates’ Next Big Bet” presentation), you can join the service for the discounted price of $99.

Who Is Keith Kohl?

Keith Kohl is the “investment director” for the Technology and Opportunity service and runs two other Angel Publishing services – Energy Investor and Topline Trader.

As of writing, Keith is probably best known for his work with the Energy Investor service. In this service, he recommends opportunities within the energy and commodities sector.

However, he recently took over as the lead editor of Technology and Opportunity from the previous editor, Jason Stutman. And as a result, he’s now recommending opportunities within the energy, technology, and biotechnology space.

The Angel Publishing website refers to Keith as a “true insider in the technology and energy markets” and says he’s helped hundreds of thousands of investors over the years.

And that he’s “secured a stream of double- and triple-digit winners” related to technology trends like electric vehicles, robotics, automation, and anti-aging technologies.

Keith has also co-authored a book called Energy Investing for Dummies with Nick Hodge and his Angel Publishing colleagues, Jeff Siegel and Christian DeHaemer.

What are Keith Kohl’s 2021 Predictions?

Keith Kohl has made numerous predictions in recent years, but in 2021, his main investing predictions for the Technology and Opportunity service center around five main themes:

  • Robotics
  • 5G
  • Space travel
  • Cannabis tech
  • Anti-aging

Keith teases 10 stocks he’s interested in within these sectors and provides the full details about why he’s bullish on each company within five different special reports.

To get access to the first four reports (nine stocks), you need to join Technology and Opportunity through his most recent presentation called “Bill Gates’ Next Big Bet.”

Here are the reports you get if you join through this presentation:

  • The Robot Revolution: Three Stocks Poised for Massive Returns
  • Ultranet Profits: Top 3 Stocks for Riding the 5G Revolution
  • Space Billionaires: The #1 Stock to Own for 2021 and Beyond
  • Five Chances to Profit as Marijuana Tech Explodes

Finally, the last report about anti-aging is available if you join through the Angel Publishing website directly for $249. It’s called “The #1 Stock of This Generation: How You Could Ride the End of Aging to Enormous Stock Returns.”

This report talks about senolytics and details Keith’s top stock pick for the anti-aging sector, which, based on my research, looks like it could be a company called Unity Biotechnology.

As with most stock advisory services I’ve reviewed on this blog, you need to join the service to get the full details of what is being recommended and why, but these are the types of companies Keith Kohl is recommending as part of the Technology and Opportunity service.

We’ve also written about another one of Keith’s presentations that had to do with something he was calling a “miracle metal.” And in short, it was all about a metal used in lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and smartphones that he says can make them function better.

I think that’s one of the unique things about Keith’s insights, too.

Given his commodity investing background, you don’t just get tech stock recommendations; he also talks about companies that produce raw materials for emerging technologies.

Is Technology and Opportunity Legit?

Yes, Technology and Opportunity is a legitimate service.

From what I can tell, it’s been around for almost 20 years now, so about as long as Angel Publishing has, and it’s one of the company’s flagship advisory services.

I’ll admit that I don’t like some things about this service.

For example, it is fairly speculative compared to other services they run, and I think they should be more open about the track record of this service since it began.

Nevertheless, just because a service recommends smaller, more speculative stocks doesn’t make it any less legitimate. And they do provide some insight into their past recommendations and you get to see their active stock picks in the model portfolio.

Also, I think the service itself is quite comprehensive for the price.

You get access to 12 monthly issues for a modest fee, which means 12 stock recommendations over a one-year period and the full details behind each recommendation. Along with a bunch of other resources aimed at helping you invest in small tech and biotech companies.

And, according to the Angel Publishing website, the service does come with a six-month money-back guarantee, which is more than what most financial publishing companies offer.

Just keep in mind that there are no guarantees you’ll make money with the service.

So even though I don’t believe the Technology and Opportunity service is a scam, that doesn’t mean it’s risk-free. As with any investment advisory, there are risks involved, and nobody can guarantee you’ll make money, let alone get rich, using the service.

Bottom Line

Technology and Opportunity is a monthly stock advisory service that recommends investment opportunities in emerging technology and biotechnology.

As a subscriber, you get 12 months of access to Keith Kohl’s latest recommendations and insights, which are aimed at helping subscribers to invest early in the latest tech trends.

On the plus side, this is a lower-cost service that recommends emerging tech and biotech stocks and opportunities within the energy sector. So it could be worth checking out if that’s the investing you’re interested in getting into.

On the same token, investing in smaller technology companies is inherently risky. While it may be possible to make large gains with a relatively small investment, it’s also possible you could lose your money because these types of stocks are known to be very volatile.

Either way, only you can decide what’s right for you.

Hopefully, what I’ve shared helps you make a more informed choice, though, and if you’d like to share your experience with Technology and Opportunity, feel free to chime in below.

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