Up until a few years ago, speaking about clouds meant you talking about the weather.
Today, however, clouds also refer to the way we store data outside of the confines of a hard drive or remote computer.
But for savvy investors, clouds are starting to mean something else entirely.
That's because investing in this niche sector of the market, presents an exciting way to profit.
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But what exactly is the cloud?
If you already know what the cloud is, feel free to skip ahead to the next section. But if you don’t, let’s start with an easy explanation:
The cloud allows you to store data remotely on a server somewhere else. As long as you have an internet connection, you can access any data on that server from anywhere in the world!
Now the most popular cloud services for people like you and I are Dropbox, Google Drive and iCloud. You probably already use one of these services to back up your music, photos and more.
While these might work well for you and I, when it comes to the business world, corporates needs are more specific and high maintenance. And they’re willing to pay a lot of money for this type of service.
That’s where you can profit!
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An unusual way to profit from cloud services
Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are the two current market leaders in the world of cloud computing. Collectively, these two firms raked in over $10 billion in revenue from their cloud services in Q4 of 2019!
But here’s the thing you need to know. While the sky may be the limits for cloud computing services like these, without infrastructure providers and servers, they’re nothing but thin air.
And that’s why, unlike all of those investors who are piling into the cloud, I prefer to invest in companies like Equinix: An American multinational that specialises in Internet connection and data centres. Because they supply server space, they’re literally the backbone for all online life.
There’s only one small problem. None of these companies are listed on the JSE. And that means you’ll need to use an offshore stockbroking account that gives you access to exchanges like the NYSE and NASDAQ if you’re keen to profit from this opportunity.
Thankfully, that’s no longer something that’s hard to do. Even if you’ve never sent funds offshore before, I can show you everything you need to know Just send me a mail on firstname.lastname@example.org
and I’ll walk you through the whole process.
Rand Swiss, Wealth Manager