Is it the end of Netflix, and the reign of the big FANG stocks?  

Netflix Inc. (NFLX) is on track for its biggest one day drop in nearly a decade: 

Netflix on track for biggest stock drop in decade

Now, I don’t know if it’s the end, but one thing is for sure… 

Our time is coming.  

We invest in America 2.0 (#A20) growth stocks. And it’s clear the disruption is happening.  

People are looking for stocks with YEARS of growth ahead of them.  

And that’s exactly where we’re invested.  

Check out Paul’s Twitter thread:  

Netflix down twitter thread

Netflix Twitter Thread

The future is being formed by America 2.0.

Netflix’s fall is just the latest example of this #A20 disruption.

If you can hold your Strong Hands through volatility, people are going to find our growth stocks and bid them up higher.

And today, I’m going to make sure you’re armed and ready for just that.

“Innovation = 100X Better”

If you can see through the fear, uncertainty, doubt (FUD) today, you can see that it’s the perfect environment for innovation.

Here’s a short snippet from Paul on this:

And this is only the beginning…

Amber Twitter thread

The mega trends driving America 2.0 are creating the greatest tech revolution in modern history — a new American manufacturing renaissance.

It’s not the time to let the market shake you out with fear. Flex your Strong Hands muscles and hold on!

Take it from another Paul – one of our Profits Unlimited subscribers 😊:

“I have been a subscriber for over two years, and I recognized Paul Mampilly as a futurist who had the ability to select stocks that could be 10x to 50x winners over the next 3 to 7 years. I believed in the Profits Unlimited philosophy and the research they performed.

 I presently own shares in 21of the stocks recommended in the Profits Unlimited model portfolio. Anyone who invested for a quick gain…invested in the wrong Newsletter! I look forward to some substantial profits over the next several

Don’t Miss Out! Work Your Strong Hands!

We’re living during a notable time of innovative transition.

It won’t be easy … It will be worth it.

Stocks have volatile swings. They go up, and they go down.

That’s why we recommend stocks for a one-, three- or even five-year time frame.

And those who do invest with conviction and ride the volatility with Strong Hands stand to be victors.

As Paul said, we’re investing for growth that’s ahead of our stocks, not behind it (like Netflix).

It also shows why you should follow our Rules of the Game:

When looking for growth stocks for the America 2.0 future, we have five critical rules.Rules of the Investing game

One is to sell and take profits on the way up. It feels a lot better than selling on the way down!

Before you buy or sell another stock, read this free report.

Follow these Rules of the Game to build a stellar America 2.0 portfolio.

We are #BOP (bullish, optimistic, positive) on #A20 and #4IR (Fourth Industrial Revolution) innovations.

And you should be too!

Until next time,

Amber Lancaster

Amber Lancaster
Director of Investment Research, Banyan Hill Publishing