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Technology and Markets are evolving rapidly.

  • I have identified over 30 long term trends
  • Some are rapidly evolving trends in the technology sector, which I am intimately familiar with
  • Others are business trends or national trends
  • The trends are backed up by data or my knowledge of technology
  • You can outperform the market if you can catch on to these trends before other investors do
  • You can often ride these trends for years, and secure phonomenal returns
  • I identify both upward and downward trends, so you can hedge or avoid painful exposure.

Six Months of Testing

I tested this system in three accounts from December 2016 to May 2017 using approximately 35 stocks, and all three accounts were up 50% in those six months. We can limit losses by using put options, and by manually tracking trailing stop losses. We can also hedge and make defensive investments using the downward trends.
ATTENTION Investors:

Identify the Trends

In a rising tide all boats rise. Outperform the market by investing in long term trends. Some trends develop rapidly, such as in the technology space, and others more slowly such as demographics.

Micro and Macro Investing

I not only select the best stocks that benefit from the best market trends, I also follow macroeconomics and can help you follow the larger trends such as the business cycle.

Expert Level Research

I don't watch any TV, and I have all kinds of expert level research crossing my desk. I can provide you a different point of view than what you hear elsewhere. Understand the information, and make up your own mind. How can you make good decisions without hearing all points of view? I can show you what the expert level people are saying to each other.

Unbiased Information

Our only revenue source is people like you. Your broker is really a salesperson. He has a boss, regulators, his own commissions, and a corporation with many revenue sources to worry about. You are the product, not the customer. You refuse to pay for it directly, so they make you pay for it indirectly. You need to find expert unbiased information sources. You can easily tap into the brightest minds across the nation these days.

Are you ready for something different?
Vesh Thakker has 20 years of experience across engineering and business.
Vesh Thakker

I am not quite a rocket scientist, but I have spent over 15 years working on satellites. I spent most of the last 20 years at a top 5 engineering university and a top 5 aerospace company. I learned a lot by surrounding myself with the best, and I certainly did the same in finance, although it was virtual. I have not been brainwashed by the financial industry that has fattened you up and slaughtered you twice already in this new century. I am not incentivized to take the greatest risk possible with other people's money during the good years to maximize my own earnings from commissions, bonuses, and profit sharing. I am free to think long term, because I do not need to imitate and hit a quarterly benchmark.

Entreprenuers have a finely tuned sense of risk taking, because we take a small risk every day with our own time and money. We plan for not only expected events, but also for low probability/high consequence events that can wipe us out. I was the first one I knew with a computer, and I have learned all about technology from the semiconductors all the way up to the business applications. I have read many books on economics and finance, and have access to all kinds of expert level research. I will provide insights into the technology I know and love. No one in finance understands technology like me.

One of the things I learned as an entrepreneur is that you have find people that have already done what you want to do, and learn as much as possible from them. The second major lesson is that the data will tell you the truth, if you can figure how to extract it. It is pretty simple really. The people that know the most earn the most. Learning is exponential. The more you know, the more you get out of the next piece of information. All I have ever cared about was learning as much as possible as fast as possible, as you can see from my four college degrees. However, the stuff I learned outside of college was far more valuable.

Entrepreneurship (4 years)
Systems Engineering (7 years)
Marketing (5 years)
Finance (3 years)
Strategy (5 years)
Software Development (10+ years)
Hardware Development (10+ years)
Management (10+ years)
Security (2 years)
Semiconductors (1 year)

PhD, Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
MS/MBA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Florida

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