If you predicted Amazon’s dominance in ecom & web services and invested 10 yrs ago, you would have made 16x.— Ian Sigalow (@Sigalow) January 1, 2020
If you thought the iPhone would take share from Blackberry and invested in Apple, you would have made 6x.
You don’t need to be a VC to make money on predictions.
Space Launch and Exploration is next, where will these stocks be in 10 years?— Gator (@ClickAerospace) January 1, 2020
There is a lot of great tech out there, but space launch and exploration is not happening in the next 10 years.— Ian Sigalow (@Sigalow) January 1, 2020
Apple needs to get into new categories. I suspect they have a strong VR/AR product soon.
Amazon has enough organic growth in AWS and grocery.
Disagree, you have Blue Origin, ULA, NG, & Space X all driving down cost in the medium/heavy launch side. Rocket Lab, FireFly, Virgin, Relativity and China driving down the smaller pownloads. The military applications & importance of space will continue to compound 1/2— Gator (@ClickAerospace) January 1, 2020
Starlink, OneWeb, and other satellite providers will transform the Earth’s connectivity in the 2020’s. I think the groundwork for a lunar base will also be established with the Artemis missions, private space, and Chinese. Multiple companies & Additive Mfg. will drive cost low— Gator (@ClickAerospace) January 1, 2020
Beware of survivorship bias. People have a tendency to forget their losing bets while remembering their winners. Most stock pickers lose over the long term.— Jonathan Chapman (@jonathanpc2308) January 2, 2020
The best investment advice for most people is to buy a low cost S&P500 index fund and then do nothing.#investing