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America’s Rich Dumping Shares of High-Flying Tech Stocks and Investing in Surprising Asset, Largely Ignored by General Public

I just read a troubling report from the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. 

It appears that some of America’s richest investors are dumping shares of tech stocks at an alarming rate. 

Berkshire Hathaway, for instance, dumped 2.9 million shares of Apple earlier this year.

Appaloosa Management, a hedge fund worth $14 billion, sold more than half of its stake in Facebook.

And Amazon founder Jeff Bezos recently sold off nearly $3 billion worth of his own company’s stock.

What exactly is going on?

It turns out that instead of pouring money into high-flying tech stocks, investment dollars are flooding out of tech stocks and into a different corner of the financial markets.

And it’s only just beginning.Widely-followed hard-asset analyst Bill Shaw has put together a brief presentation to explain the surprising reason behind this massive shift — and how it could send one $7 investment soaring in the weeks ahead.

You can watch it, free of charge, right here.

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