Invest where the Next Generation are spending their time

HABIT 002: Invest Where The Next Generation Are Spending Their Time πŸ’°

β€” While MP3’s were becoming a big way for the new generation to share their music, in 2001 Apple released its first big consumer product in ages, the iPod. Apples stock price was just $9.38 a share. Today that same share is worth $132.69… 🀯

An investment in Apple stock of just $1,000 in 2001 would have resulted in a gain of $14,146 today. πŸ€‘

So what’s clearly trending in today’s generation?

βœ”οΈ Clean Energy
βœ”οΈ Electric Vehicles
βœ”οΈ Space Exploration
βœ”οΈ Automation
βœ”οΈ Cryptocurrency
βœ”οΈ AI & Machine Learning
βœ”οΈ Social + Convenience Apps
βœ”οΈ Plant-Based Products & Medicines
When in doubt “Google Trends” is your friend:

πŸ”‘ The key here is to use a portion of the time spent on HABIT 001 to research trends and the companies who are aiming to solve the problems faced by those emerging trends.

πŸ”‘ Most savvy investors start out with a small investment, a pre-planned exit strategy on that investment, and then diversify into additional well researched investments with the profits.

Which established companies or new startups are you currently passionate about? πŸ‘‡

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