Let’s get right to it.
I’ll never forget a conversation I had with Paul Mampilly last year.
Paul shared his overall market view and America 2.0 stock forecast for the next one to three years.
Simply put, his America 2.0 projections were very enlightening and classic future-forward Paul!
Paul unwaveringly stated: “I tend to live about three years ahead of many people.”
And it’s true.
Paul is what we call an early adopter of technology.
He starts using a technology, innovation or product as soon as it becomes available.
In my many conversations with Paul, I can tell you he walks the talk.
From the concept of home grocery delivery, to living in a smart home to driving an electric vehicle (EV) with self-driving tech to using a Tesla Powerwall.
These are the new normal today, but Paul was already using these years ago.
And most importantly, he was also an early investor with the ability to recognize these mega trends and the gain-potential…
Invest for Tomorrow, You’ve Already Missed Out on Yesterday
Living and investing with a future-forward outlook is exciting.
It takes a forward-looking person who can remove the blinders and envision a world where technological advancements can help make life a bit easier.
It’s through innovations humanity has progressed from an era of hunter-gatherers to an agrarian society to the industrial era.
And it pays to invest for the future. The big winners of the past are in the past. You make the biggest gains by spotting opportunities early on.
Like these winners from America 2.0 stocks:
1,111% in a year and a half.
1,142% in three and a half years.
An open gain of 1,321% since 2018.
And dozens of other double- and triple-digit gains.
Now, no one — you, me or Paul — will get it right every time. But investing early in America 2.0 gives you a better shot.
Have you ever wondered if you’re an early adopter like Paul?
First check out this graphic.
This is the “Diffusion of Innovation” bell curve:
This curve shows the five categories of technology product adopters.
First, there are innovators of technology, people like Tesla’s Elon Musk fall into this category, followed by early adopters of technology like Paul and like-minded individuals, then there’s the early majority, late majority and laggards.
So I have a few questions for you to see if you’re an early adopter. (Originally a Pew Research Center survey):