Apple Inc., 3D Systems Corporation, AbbVie Inc, QUALCOMM, Inc.: Stocks Set To Crush The Broader Market

buy-nowMichael Robinson:  Not investing in technology right now means missing one of the greatest bull markets of all time.

Over the last 10 years, the tech-centric Nasdaq Composite Index has beaten the broader market by more than double.

That outperformance will continue. The American economy now runs on high tech – from chips to cloud computing to biotech to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, these advanced systems form the backbone of our nation’s growth.

And with the Nasdaq off 6% over the last three months, now is the perfect time to get invested and position yourself for maximum tech-sector gains.

I’m about to show you the best stocks to do that with. Each of these stocks is set to crush the broader market over the next decade, and they’re bargains right now. Together, they’re like a license to print money…

Tech Bargain No. 1: Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM)

Tech Trends to Know. The Internet of Everything is… a massive network of interconnected devices like appliances, televisions, phones, and even toothbrushes, all exchanging data.

Flash Memory is… a kind of electrically erasable, programmable read-only memory (EPROM) using blocks instead of bytes. A section of memory cells can be rewritten or erased in a single action, or “flash.”

Cloud Computing is… a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, and on-demand network access to a shared pool of computing resources, like storage and applications, which can be supplied with little management effort.

Wall Street has yet to price a big move for Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM) – the world’s largest mobile chip firm – and its $2.4 billion buyout bid of CSR, which is itself a pioneer in Bluetooth and wireless connectivity systems.

CSR ranks as a leader in automotive “infotainment systems,” telematics, and technology for the Internet of Everything (IoE). This last market is a potential goldmine for Qualcomm.

The International Data Corporation expects the IoE market, with its billions of interconnected devices, to grow from a value of $1.9 trillion in 2013 to $7.1 trillion by 2020.

Perhaps the best thing about a stock like Qualcomm is that it’s a high-margin play on the company’s massive patent portfolio. Its patents form the foundation for most of the world’s mobile communications.

With an $85 billion market cap, the stock trades at $54.30. It has 30% operating margins and trades at just 11.5 times forward earnings, a 42% discount from the Nasdaq 100.

Tech Bargain No. 2: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) is off its recent highs because Wall Street is worried about Apple’s iPhone sales in China. This despite the fact that the iconic smartphone had a 75% sales increase there in the June quarter.

But Wall Street is forgetting just how much the company has going on these days. The new Apple Watch is selling at about 10 million units a year, and the firm just released the iPhone 6s update to rave reviews.

And on Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple intends to release an electric car by 2019 and has already devoted a 600-person team to doing so.

Apple also recently launched a new music streaming service and has released an updated version of its powerful and popular Apple TV set top box for streaming video.

With a $657 billion market cap, the stock trades at $115. It has a 41% return on equity and grew its most recent quarterly earnings by 38% – or more than 15 times the U.S. economy’s average growth over the last five years.

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