Did you know that every decade since the 1970's, the world has been defined by a core technological breakthrough?
And people who recognised these breakthroughs, turned into multi-millionaires, even billionaires.
You see, in the 1970's, mainframe computers emerged, which saw the rise of IBM.
In the 1980's, personal computers went mainstream, which saw Apple, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packar... ››› more
Investing in technology can be very alluring. For starters, there's the dream of making a massive profit on just one investment. If you can spot a tech giant of tomorrow when it's still a minnow, it can make you rich. If you had invested $1,000 in Microsoft shares in 1985, they would now be worth $450,000. And that's not including dividends. Read on to find out how to invest in tech without losing... ››› more
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