Chris Rowe recently released a presentation on the True Market Insiders website about a “technology revolution” he’s calling “Apirion.”
In it, he says there are two technologies that form Apirion, which could represent a “$19 trillion opportunity,” and that there are “3 tiny Apirion technology stocks” at the forefront of it.
What’s Apirion all about? Is it the real deal? And what “tiny stocks” is he teasing?
I was curious to know the answers to these questions, so I decided to look into his claims to see what I could uncover. And in this article, I’ll show you what I discovered.
I’ll start by breaking down Chris Rowe’s Apirion prediction. Then we’ll discuss the stocks he’s teasing and finish up with an overview of Sector Focus, the advisory all of this leads to.
Breaking Down Chris Rowe’s “Apirion” Prediction
Chris Rowe begins the presentation by stating that Apirion is “the biggest technology revolution since the invention of the internet.”
He says it could impact virtually every aspect of our lives. From the way we travel to how we work and make purchases. And he suggests that the technology behind “Apirion” could amount to a $19 trillion opportunity. Which, if true, could be an exciting opportunity for investors.
It’s a bold prediction. And it’s not the first time I’ve come across a finance guru claiming to have discovered a fantastic opportunity that few others are talking about.
In fact, this is quite common.
However, based on my research, Chris Rowe is a former wealth manager with almost three decades of experience. And he seems to have made some noteworthy calls in that time.
For example, as I explain in an article I wrote about his most recent predictions, he says he’s recommended multiple quadruple-digit stocks over the decades, such as Amazon, Qualcomm, and Tasr. And from what I understand, he invested in Microsoft in the 1990s.
I don’t know for sure if that’s true, and even if it is, there’s no guarantee his latest “Apirion” prediction will play out. But he does make a compelling case for it in the presentation.
What Is Apirion Technology?
According to Chris Rowe, “Apirion” is the combination of two technologies – artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
In short, AI has to do with machines that can demonstrate human or animal intelligence. Whereas IoT refers to electronic, internet-enabled devices that can communicate with other devices. Like smartphones, laptops, and wearables (among many others), for example.
And the official name for this tech duo is The Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT).
Other than being a combination of AI and IoT… what is AIoT?
The Wikipedia page I just linked to states that AIoT can help make IoT operations more efficient, improve human-machine interactions, and enhance data management and analytics.
And here’s how a Yahoo Finance article describes it:
IoT collects the underlying data and AI processes and analyzes the data, so the two technologies promote each other to form a new fusion discipline.
Admittedly, before stumbling across Chris Rowe’s presentation, I’d never heard of AIoT. So I’m far from an expert on it. But considering IoT constitutes virtually every internet-connected device on the planet, throwing AI in the mix seems like a pretty big deal to me… LOL.
Why does Chris Rowe call it “Apirion” instead of AIoT?
I’ll let him explain that one:
I call it Apirion, based on two Greek words that represent the technologies behind its creation:
Apeiron, meaning “Boundless” or “Infinite”.
And Iris, the Greek goddess of communication.Source: https://www.truemarketinsiders.com/p/apirion
He says the first one (Apeiron) relates to IoT because it has virtually infinite potential.
However, he also says that this potential hasn’t been fully unlocked yet because IoT devices produce “5 quintillion bytes of data” and that this is too much for normal processing methods.
So, according to Chris, a large part of realizing the full potential of IoT technology lies in how quickly this data can be “processed, analyzed, and acted upon.”
And this is where artificial intelligence (AI) comes into play.
Through AI’s machine learning capabilities…
IoT devices can understand, learn from, and make complex decisions…just like we can, but faster.
So to sum it up, Chris Rowe says that IoT devices collect a lot of data but aren’t able to process it as well as they could with the help of AI. So with IoT and AI combined, “Apirion” (or AIoT) could unlock the full potential of the IoT sector. Something like that, anyway.
And explaining what Apirion (AKA AIoT) means, Chris more or less says there’s a massive opportunity for investors and talks about five “Apirion Gamechangers” that outline how disruptive he thinks this tech could be across a variety of sectors.
Here’s are the five sectors/disruptions he mentions:
- Global supply chains
- Healthcare and diagnosis
- Smart cities (AIoT making cities more efficient)
- Electric and autonomous vehicles
- 5G communications
I won’t go into detail on each, but for the most part, the main disruption he suggests Apirion could make has to do with improving the effectiveness and efficiency of these sectors.
For example, he talks about how this tech could help improve supply chains, speed up operations, and reduce costs in the process.
And he makes some really great points on each of these sectors.
What stocks does he recommend?
Chris Rowe’s “Apirion” Stock Picks
All told, Chris Rowe says there are four stocks he’s interested in related to his Apirion prediction. And says these are the “smartest ways to play this Apirion revolution.”
The first stock is Qualcomm (QCOM).
According to the company website, Qualcomm is the “world’s leading wireless technology innovator” that invents “breakthrough technologies that transform how the world connects, computes, and communicates.”
This is one he’s recommended before, so it’s not exactly new.
Still, he says he could “see it spiking another 50-60%” and that it “may soon become a force to be reckoned with” as his thesis unfolds. And he gave this tip away for free, so there’s that.
What about the other three stocks?
Chris says that if you “want fast-moving double…triple…or quadruple-digit gains” then you need to “focus on smaller, under-the-radar companies.”
In particular, he mentions “3 tiny Apirion technology stocks” in the presentation.
Unfortunately, he doesn’t reveal the name of the company for these companies. And he doesn’t provide many clues, either. Instead, he details these three stocks in a special report titled “The Apirion Trilogy: Three Stocks To Ride Every Angle Of Apirion’s Explosive Growth.”
And the only way to access that report is to join Sector Focus.
That said, he does show a screenshot that reveals one of the three stocks, and he does leave some clues about the other two. Here’s a quick breakdown of his picks:
- Company 1: Chris says the first of the “3 tiny Apirion technology stocks” he’s bullish on is an “Apirion-Powered” robotics company with “cyber surgery” technology powered by AI, that’s trading at around $5 per share.
- Company 2: Chris says the second company he mentions is a pioneer of nanotechnology known as “spintronics.” And he shows a screenshot that suggests it’s NVE Corporation (NVEC). According to the company website, “NVE Corporation develops and sells devices using spintronics, a nanotechnology we helped pioneer, which utilizes electron spin rather than electron charge to acquire, store and transmit information.”
- Company 3: The third “tiny Apirion technology stock” Chris talks about is apparently a wireless chipmaker that “major tech companies like Microsoft” are relying on, that trades for “around $15.” He doesn’t give much more than that away on this one.
In the next section, I’ll give you an overview of Sector Focus.
What Is Sector Focus?
Sector Focus is an investment advisory run by Chris Rowe of True Market Insiders.
And this is the service you’d need to join if you want to learn about the three “tiny Apirion technology stocks” Chris mentions in the presentation.
The reason for this is that Chris details his picks in a special report titled “The Apirion Trilogy: Three Stocks To Ride Every Angle Of Apirion’s Explosive Growth.” And you can only get that report by subscribing to Sector Focus through the “Apiririon” presentation.
How does Sector Focus work?
First and foremost, I recommend checking out my detailed review of Sector Focus. In it, I break down everything you need to know about this service before joining.
But if you don’t feel like reading that… in short, Sector Focus is an advisory where Chris Rowe and his team share up to ten stock or ETF trade recommendations with subscribers each month.
On top of that, you get weekly market and sector analysis and a “Featured Sector of the Month” video that breaks down the main sectors and investments Chris is interested in.
To me, one of the main things that sets this advisory apart from most others I’ve looked into is how Chris Rowe selects the investments he shares with subscribers.
From what I understand, Chris researches the market to find the sectors he thinks will perform best in the future and “niches down” from there to find the best stock or ETF within each sector. From there, he shares his top recommendation with subscribers.
A sector is essentially a group of companies operating within the same broad-level industry. For example, the finance or healthcare sector.
And within these broad sectors are many sub-sectors.
For example, the healthcare sector can be broken down into sub-sectors like pharmaceuticals, medical device manufacturers, and healthcare services, among others.
And my understanding of Chris Rowe’s strategy is that he looks for strong sectors first, where he likes the overall trend, then searches for the stock or ETF within each sector that he has the highest conviction on.
How much does it cost to join?
It depends on which page you join through on the True Market Insiders website. However, if you join through the “Apirion” presentation, it’s currently either $49, $79, or $129 per year. The main difference between these membership tiers is that some come with more bonuses.
Also worth noting is that, according to the company website, the service comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee.
Who Is Chris Rowe?
Chris Rowe is the man behind the Apirion presentation and Sector Focus service, and he’s the founder and CEO of True Market Insiders, a Florida-based financial education company.
He also runs a service called Sector Prophets and a free daily email newsletter that provides market commentary and analysis each week.
According to his bio on the True Market Insiders website, he started his career in 1995 as a broker and wealth manager on Wall Street. But eventually got tired of that life, so he moved into the world of financial education, which he’s still involved with today.
Chris Rowe uses the term “Apirion” to describe a combination of two technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). As I mentioned earlier, the “official” term for this is AIoT, but Chris says he uses Apirion because he… well, greek goddesses and all that.
It also adds some mystery to the presentation, which is likely why many gurus come up with unusual names to describe what they’re referring to.
For example, Ian King uses the term “Digitarium” to describe an opportunity he sees in big data. Ray Blanco uses the term BESS to describe a battery storage opportunity he’s interested in. And Jeff Brown talks about a Global Token Exchange when talking about a blockchain-related play.
So this sort of thing is pretty common in the advisory space.
In any case, call it what you will, but Chris Rowe says he’s bullish on the convergence of AI and IoT and reveals his picks in a report that comes with a Sector Focus subscription.
Is it worth it?
Some of the statements in the presentation are pretty bold. However, Chris makes some interesting points regarding IoT and AI technology, and it seems he’s recommended some great stocks over the years.
I also think that, for $49, you get a lot of value. As a subscriber, you get up to ten recommendations each month, weekly updates, and a monthly video featuring his highest conviction plays. Plus, there’s a 60-day refund policy in place.
So I don’t believe it’s a scam or anything. And it could be worth checking out if you want to see what stocks he’s interested in, along with the details as to why.
However, keep in mind that there’s no guarantee you’ll make money following the recommendations you receive as a subscriber of Sector Focus.
As with any service or investment, there are risks involved. So you should always do your own research before making any decisions. Hopefully, what I’ve shared helps, but only you can decide what’s right for you at the end of the day. Thanks for reading, and all the best.