Louis Basenese helped direct over $1 billion in institutional capital at Morgan Stanley before leaving Wall Street for Silicon Valley. Now, as the world’s premier venture capital analyst, Louis tracks early investment opportunities born from technological breakthroughs and new drug discoveries. His deep expertise of patents, buyouts, takeovers, mergers & acquisitions, Reg-D offerings, and crowdfunding has given Louis genuine star power on frontline media outlets like CNBC. Louis serves as the Investment Director for his wildly popular publications True Alpha, Extreme Alpha, and VentureCap Strategist.
Today, I’m serving up more evidence to support my bold claim that Amazon.com Inc.’s (AMZN) acquisition of Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM) is all about data, not overpriced organic vegetables. Then it’s on to a cautionary tale from the tape in the energy sector. I’m also serving up proof why now is the ideal time to start positioning your portfolio to profit from the multitrillion-dollar buildout of the next-generation of wireless communications networks.
Restaurants have endured painfully slumping sales over the last year — with no end in sight. But as senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez points out, one smart food services company just made a huge pivot that could line investors’ pockets with profits.
The laws of gravity apply themselves to the financial market just as they do in the physical world. And it’s the fear of that eventual decline that keeps investors up at night. Today, senior analyst Jonathan Rodriguez will run through one of the best weapons at an investor’s disposal to defend against shocks.