Power Trends+: The Two Hottest Stocks of the Year

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I’m excited to introduce a new feature here in Power Trends where we’ll analyze – on video – the most interesting and talked-about stocks in the market.

We’ll call it Power Trends+, and a big part of the plus is my business partner at our research firm and fellow TradeSmith analyst, Luke Downey.

I’ve known and worked with Luke for years. He’s an excellent quantitative analyst who knows the Quantum Edge system inside and out. And he does killer signal studies that are fascinating and result in better buy and sell decisions with our investments.

For this first video issue, we wanted to talk about two stocks absolutely everyone is interested in right now. They’ve been all over the news.

Those powerhouse stocks are Nvidia (NVDA) and Super Micro Computer (SMCI).

Nvidia is arguably the most important stock in the market right now. Its blockbuster earnings last week immediately sent what had been a choppy S&P 500 to new all-time highs.

And Super Micro Computer, which has made us a lot of money already in Quantum Edge Pro, is far and away the biggest gainer this year among stocks valued at more than $10 billion. Its 204% return in just nine weeks is nearly 2.5 times more than the runner up, Arm Holdings (ARM), at 85%. (Maybe we’ll talk about ARM in a future issue.)

What’s next for these rock-star stocks? We’ll talk about that in the video, and share some of our proprietary quantitative analysis and patterns that help us make data-driven decisions. It’s how we banked those 250% gains in SMCI.)

We’re excited to start bringing you these Power Trends+ videos and have the opportunity to walk you through the data we use every day when analyzing stocks. We plan to send you these additional special analysis videos each week, so be on the lookout.

And if you have any questions or topics you’d like us to discuss, please reach out to me at [email protected].

Talk soon,

Jason Bodner
Editor, Jason Bodner’s Power Trends

Disclosure: On the date of publication, Jason Bodner held a position in Nvidia (NVDA), mentioned in this article.