Four Cornerstone Stocks For the Next 10 Years!

Good morning!

If you want to invest in four of the most promising trends over the next 10 years, you would be hard to do better than Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA), Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Teradyne (NASDAQ: TER), and Illumina (NASDAQ: ILMN).

These are cornerstone stocks.  Cornerstone stocks are businesses that are at the center or the forefront of a specific trend.

These companies are leading the charge in their respective industries.


1. Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA): Nvidia is the leader in deep learning, a subset of artificial intelligence (AI).  AI is expected to be a $30 trillion dollar market by 2030.


2. Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA): Despite what most analysts think, Tesla – not Google – may have the lead in autonomous vehicles.  Tesla’s long-term plan is to launch autonomous taxis, which may be a multi-trillion dollar market.


3. Teradyne (NASDAQ: TER): Collaborative robots are the future, in which people will work directly with robots.  At the end of 2018, the industrial robotic market was $5 billion, and is expected to grow to almost half a trillion dollars.  That would be insane growth!


4. Illumina (NASDAQ: ILMN): There would be no genomic revolution without Illumina.  They are continuing to drive down the cost of sequencing a human genome to $100 in a few more years.  This could enable more medical breakthroughs over time.

Any one of these stocks would be a good place to start putting your hard-earned investment dollars.


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Disclaimer/Disclosure Statement: Information in this article is not intended to be a recommendation to invest in any stock.  Rather, it is presented for readers’ education and consideration when making their own investment decisions.  The author is long NVDA.



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