Disruptors & Dominators

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Big breakthrough trends and technologies are changing the world as we know it. And it could happen even more rapidly than we witnessed with the growth of the internet, online shopping, or the smartphone.

Disruptors & Dominators editor Tony Sagami sees tremendous opportunities in work-at-home innovators, drone logistics and delivery, contactless payments, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, e-learning and more.

He continually seeks out the new, emerging disruptive industries … and picks out the companies most likely to dominate in each.

All with the goal of going for life-changing gains.

All without in-and-out trading, leverage, options, futures, or any other fancy maneuvers.

Right now, for example …

Drones are being used by pharmacies to deliver life-saving drugs. They are used by farmers for crop dusting, by law enforcement for surveillance, and more. And the drone industry is set to grow into $43 billion in the next five years, at least.

Telemedicine, which uses online technologies to perform routine tests and lets you consult with physicians and nurse practitioners at a distance, is projected to be a $17 billion industry by 2026.

Life Extension is another industry in which Silicon Valley is investing tens of billions of dollars.

Artificial Intelligence was estimated to grow into a $50 billion industry in the next six to eight years even before the pandemic of 2020-2021.

Plus, in the days ahead, we could also see exponential growth in the fields of home grocery delivery, online fitness, online counseling, online concerts and many more.

Disruptors & Dominators uncovers disruptive companies, world-changing trends ... even totally new industries that could help make you — and your grandchildren — wealthy.

How Tony Sagami Separates the Wheat from the Chaff 

Even in the worst years for stocks, Tony was twice named “Portfolio Manager of the Year” by Thomson Financial. He was one of the first to introduce computer software for trading stocks. And in the early 2000s, he wrote “The Supernet,” providing a vision of the future internet that was far ahead of its time.

To sift out the few stocks most worthy of your money, Tony Sagami uses the Weiss stock ratings.

Our ratings are 100% independent, objective, and free from conflicts of interest. We always tell it like it is — the good, the bad and the ugly.

We never accept any kind of compensation whatsoever from issuers, principals, or sponsors of any investment we rate.

This helps explain …

Why the Wall Street Journal reported that the Weiss stock ratings ranked #1 in profit performance …

Why Worth magazine wrote, “Weiss’s record is so good compared to that of its competitors, consumers need look no further” …

And why Disruptors & Dominators could help you beat the market in good times and bad.  

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About the Editor

Jon D. Markman is winner of the prestigious Gerald Loeb Award for outstanding financial journalism and the Society of Professional Journalists' Sigma Delta Chi award. He was also on Los Angeles Times staffs that won Pulitzer Prizes for coverage of the 1992 L.A. riots and the 1994 Northridge earthquake. He invented Microsoft’s StockScouter, the world’s first online app for analyzing and picking stocks.

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