All-In and THEN SOME
Where I live, in the city of Tel Aviv, the cost of living was just ranked the highest in the world. Somehow, this relatively-small beach city, with its 500,000 residents, has become super-expensive in the past 22 years.
In the early 2000’s, not many wanted to live here, and prices were cheap compared with today’s. The price per square meter has since risen more than 10-fold!
When I say Tel Aviv is expensive to live in, I mean that each and every person living here, compared with his or her relative income level, feels it.
If you’re a student renting a room in a shared apartment, you’re stretching yourself to the limit, and if you’re a prominent CEO making $250K/year, you’re also looking at your lifestyle and realizing that just 20 or 30 minutes away, you could be living life for half the price, by just relocating out of the heart of Tel Aviv.
Inside the city, though, everything is expensive. There are no pockets where it’s cheap.
In the past year, I’ve covered how many new all-time highs the S&P 500, the NASDAQ 100 and the Dow Jones have clinched; it portrayed a picture that markets are expensive, but that would be DEEPLY INACCURATE.
In contrast to Tel Aviv, where each person, relative to his income, feels like there are no bargains to be had, the stock market is really NOT EXPENSIVE at all, when you understand that beneath the surface, the bubble has already popped and undershot to the discounted side.
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I’ll repeat myself, because when I showed my own hedge fund manager this data, he said his brain just got fried, and when I told him that in the past two months, I’ve made trades that I believe will deliver a portfolio return of 100% in the next year, he was floored by my holdings.
Here’s the thing: the NASDAQ 100 and the S&P 500 are more concentrated than most hedge funds right now. Between Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Google, Tesla, Berkshire Hathaway, Meta Platform (Facebook), NVidia, Adobe and JPMorgan, owning the indices means you’re essentially betting on these corporations to soar. Among them, they represent 35% of the S&P 500 and 53% of the NASDAQ 100.
Within them, META is actually really cheap, as is Amazon, and I’m adding shares of each, below $330 for META and these levels for AMZN.
These indices may not be attractive, but the individual stocks within them – other companies, especially those in the Russell 2000 – include opportunities, which I’m almost certain could DOUBLE or TRIPLE, even if the indices tread water for a year.
Unlike Tel Aviv, where it really is true that everything is expensive and there are no bargains to be had, the stock market is FILLED WITH CHEAP COMPANIES.
Not only am I all-in right now, but I am all-in and THEN SOME.
With everyone else scared to death about rate hikes, I see a chance to make huge gains.
Below, I list my top 10 companies, which I personally hold for the sole purpose of at least doubling my money from here. Do your own research on each and make your own decision:
BigCommerce Holdings (BIGC): Between $30 and $32 per share offers 50%-100% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
Corsair Gaming (CRSR): Between $20 and $22 per share offers 40%-60% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
Enphase Energy (ENPH): Between $125 and $140 per share offers 50%-70% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
The Honest Company (HNST): Between $7 and $9 per share offers 10%-150% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
SoFi Technologies (SOFI): Between $12 and $14 per share offers 50%-75% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
Wynn Resorts (WYNN): Between $80 and $85 per share offers 50%-100% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
Affirm Holdings (AFRM): Between $70 and $80 per share offers 50%-80% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
Teladoc (TDOC): Between $75 and $85 per share offers 50%-100% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
CloudFlare (NET): Between $95 and $105 per share offers 50%-60% potential upside in the next 12 months, in my opinion.
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