Grab This AI Bargain (While You Can!)

Three of the biggest names in artificial intelligence (AI) just announced huge profits for the quarter…

But our team says that only ONE of them has truly unlocked the secret for cashing in on AI.

And with the market’s recent pullback, you have a chance to pick up its shares at a bargain price — setting yourself up for a nice payday when it leaves its competitors in the dust.

I’ll share our experts’ analysis in a second… including the name of the stock you should consider buying now.

First, though, let’s look at our Top Stories and the Reader Forum.

Your Top Stories & Analysis of the Week:

  • “The Next Bitcoin Bull Run'' (Technology Profits Daily, Ray Blanco): Bitcoin’s value has surged over the last month, leading some to wonder whether the long “crypto winter” is finally over. Could Bitcoin deliver the kind of lofty returns it has twice before? Ray has some thoughts. He looks at what’s behind the crypto’s latest bullish push… and explains why you might want to consider joining the Bitcoin crowd. 
  • “The End of Luxurious Languor” (The Daily Reckoning, Brian Maher): Today’s higher interest rates represent the end of an era — giving way to an environment that most investors and bankers have never experienced. Brian walks us through what’s happening, building off the work of 18th-century philosopher David Hume. As he explains, the U.S. government has reached a mathematical point of no return — a situation that is “economically lethal.” 
  • “UPDATE: Meeting Vivek, My Takeaway” (Jim Rickards’ Strategic Intelligence, Jim Rickards): While Republican presidential candidates are slowly dropping out of the race, Vivek Ramaswamy is still campaigning. And Jim recently had a chance to ask Ramaswamy a few questions in person. Jim shared his impressions of the candidate with his Strategic Intelligence readers — including a few details that might surprise you. Considering everything that’s at stake in the 2024 presidential election, I felt it was important to unlock Jim’s thoughts for you.

Remember, we publish tens to HUNDREDS of stories. The write-ups and presentations above are our TOP ones for the week — including one that had been roped off from the public. If you want to stay ahead of the pack, make sure you’re caught up now. 

And if you’d like to nominate any of our stories for next week’s “Top 3,” just let me know at

The Reader Forum:

Diving into the mailbag, Steve T. tells us:

I have subscribed to many financial publishing groups over the years, and yours is by far the best I’ve seen. You really understand world affairs with detailed information you don’t get in the news. 

Wow, Steve, that’s quite the compliment! We know there are a lot of voices offering insights, analysis and recommendations — but we work hard to bring you information you can’t find anywhere else.

So thanks for noticing! I look forward to sharing this with our entire team. 

Next up, Errol B. says:

Congratulations on your new YouTube channel! 

We’ve been trying to get our YouTube channel off the ground for a long time, Errol, so I appreciate the feedback!

I hope you enjoyed Sean Ring’s talk with Jim Rickards about the situation in Israel… as well as Alan Knuckman’s thoughts on options trading

Also be on the lookout for Sean’s conversations with the likes of economist Thorsten Polleit and former Mises Institute president Jeff Deist.

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Finally for today, while we’re encouraged by the compliments we receive, I’m also happy to reply when you think we’ve fallen short of the mark.

This week, for example, Rob A. tells:

I cannot always make these live updates. Can you just make sure that the replays are available by the afternoons?

Thanks for the letter, Rob… and I admit that it’s a pretty common complaint. 

We plan our live broadcasts for when they’ll have the most impact — even though we know that not everyone will have a chance to tune in.

So we do our absolute best to send the replays as soon as possible. The problem is that most readers want transcripts to accompany the videos. 

Since AI still isn’t up to the task, we have to use a service — and that takes time. 

That’s why we try to limit any time-sensitive recommendations during our live weekday broadcasts. You don’t have to stress over missing anything urgent… and can review the analysis and research at your leisure.

I hope that helps!

And that wraps up this week’s Reader Forum.

Remember, your feedback is vital to our success… so please email me at

Questions? I’ll get answers! Comments? Let me hear them! Problems? I’ll try to solve them! 

This is YOUR forum! 

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Now, here’s what’s happening around the water cooler this week…

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You probably know that giant tech companies are throwing billions of dollars at AI development firms.

Microsoft Inc. (MSFT) made a $10 billion investment in ChatGPT creator OpenAI. (AMZN) announced a $4 billion deal with another AI startup, Anthropic. 

And just last week, Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) — the parent company of Google — upped its stake in Anthropic by $2 billion.

Shelling out all that cash hasn’t hurt these companies’ bottom lines one bit. 

In fact, all three recently reported earnings that surpassed Wall Street’s expectations.

The real question is, which company’s AI investments will reap the biggest rewards?

Our team thinks there’s no contest.

Jim Rickards’ go-to stock analyst, Dan Amoss, sat in on each company’s earnings call. 

He reports that only Microsoft has the “return on investment dialed in.” It “has the strategy that makes the most sense.” 

Our top tech expert, Ray Blanco, agrees. “On the AI side,” he says, “Microsoft has the most avenues of monetization.”

In other words, Microsoft isn’t just hoping its AI investments pay off. The company has multiple strategies for profiting from its advanced software.

Dan says Alphabet’s management team is “less disciplined” — meaning they’re not thinking too hard about where they invest their money. 

And while AI could improve Amazon’s web services and retail operations, Ray tells us, “they don’t really have anything like CoPilot or other apps they can build the tech into.” 


Microsoft has a clear edge over its competitors, with a clear path for boosting its bottom line. 

Even better, Microsoft’s shares are currently trading $30 lower than they were in July. If you want to pick up shares of a proven AI leader — with a clear profit strategy — this is your chance!

Of course, our team is also on the hunt for AI gems that are still flying below Wall Street’s radar. 

They’ve found a few promising names that are set to soar when a brief “wealth window” opens just a few months from now. 

Stay tuned for details!

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