Never before have this many life-changing trends converged at the same time to give investors a cornucopia of rewarding opportunities.
In the energy tech space, we’re staring in the face of a multi-trillion-dollar transition. It’s a high-speed train in some respects, with investors misunderstanding the timing. But when it’s done right, these are longer-term smart plays of the kind that will surely mint the next millionaires–or billionaires
What the future holds for battery tech is where some of the biggest money is heading in this transition landscape.
In the healthcare sector, we’re in the middle of a wellness revolution that first saw a cannabis boom that rewarded many investors nicely, with round two likely in the making, but now, something even bigger might be afoot.
Psychedelics are being prepped now–even from the FDA’s perspective–as an answer to an out-of-control global problem with depression. Heading towards $4.5 trillion, the global wellness sector is exploding, and the answers to many of our problems is the holy grail.
In the cyber security segment, the recent ransomware attack on America’s largest natural gas pipeline brought our abysmal security into full view–if it wasn’t already. Add to that the new, pandemic-driven trend for remote work and online schooling has rendered the ‘cloud’ a very precarious place to be, indeed. The future of cyber security is in the cloud, and investors should be looking for the next pioneer.
Here are 3 stocks that are aiming to reshape our future in a very big way:
#1 Quantumscape (NYSE:QS)
Quantumscape and its “Jesus battery” is one of the most exciting stocks on the speculative, futuristic energy transition scene. It’s backed by Bill Gates and Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFt), not to mention Volkswagen (OTCMKTS:VWAGY). And it fully intends to radicalize EV battery technology.
What’s not to love?
But timing here is important. Investors piled into this far too soon, pushing it far too high, too fast. Now, it’s settled back down to a reality that reflects the timing.
There will be a second-coming, though, and we think this is one of the better longer-term bets on our multi-trillion-dollar energy transition.
Why? Because this solid-state battery offering could disrupt everything …
Solid-state battery cells are the EV game-changer, offering high performance and safety at a low cost.
QuantumScape’s prototype batteries use a solid ceramic electrolyte, which the company sees as a safer alternative to liquid electrolytes. They claim that the battery can hit an 80% charge in just 15 minutes. That removes one of the biggest hurdles to widespread, mainstream adoption of EVs. Currently, the best lithium-ion batteries pack about 250Wh/kg, while solid-state batteries already exceed 400Wh/kg.
Eventually, this company stands to be one of the biggest winners of the energy transition, but it’s an investment that will take some patience for that juicy end reward.
Look no further than this for the next entry into servicing this megatrend in the $52-billion pain management market, the $14-billion antidepressant market and a soon-to-be $4.5 trillion global wellness space. This is where psychedelics are now losing their stigma and could soon be in the mainstream. This could get even bigger than cannabis because it could end up being a solution to the most tragic illness of our time–depression.
Psychedelics are emerging as the potential key to pain management and multiple forms of depression. And it’s all about science, with HAVN Life gunning for pole position in the supply chain.
HAVN Life is an extraction innovator that is setting itself up to be the supplier to the growing number of labs and clinical providers hedging their bets on this healthcare breakthrough. Even the FDA is calling the key compound that for cases of severe depression.
The key to it all is a compound called psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms.
We are optimistic about HAVN Life’s strong emergence in this segment because some of its management played a huge role in the first cannabis boom–another major element of a mega wellness revolution that is unfolding.
The Chaiman of HAVN Life (CSE: HAVN; OTC: HAVLF) Vic Neufeld and CSO Gary Leong were the founders of Aphria (NYSE:APHA), which netted the earliest investors gains of over 2,300%.They’ve got two revenue verticals: Havn Labs and Havn Retail.
HAVN Labs is looking to meet soaring demand for psilocybin for clinical research, and it’s spending C$800,000 on a new state-of-the-art mycology laboratory in Vancouver. That lab is scheduled to launch this year and stands to become the premier extraction facility for naturally-derived clinical compounds.
HAVN retail is hedging on surging demand for supplements, with the total Canadian vitamins and minerals market valued at $521 million, and the U.S. market valued at over $7.4 billion. In this huge market, mushrooms were the second fastest growing natural health supplement and are underserved in the market. HAVN Life intends to change that.
This stock has already been added to the Horizons Psychedelic Stock Index ETF (PSYK), where investors gain exposure to a basket of 17 publicly traded companies focused on using psychedelics to treat a wide range of mental health issues.
The news flow is expected to be fast-paced, especially amid a new decriminalization drive that if successful, could make psychedelics a $100-billion market segment before we know it.
And we’ll be closely watching the next big potential boost for this company: Results from preclinical trials to investigate the effects of psilocybin on the immune system–a potentially ground-breaking study that could lead to the development of new medicines.
#3 CrowdStrike (NASDAQ:CRWD)
The cyber security segment is over-ripe for a major disruption, and CrowdStike seems ready to do just that, if it hasn’t already gotten a great foothold on the cyber security of the future.
Everything’s on the cloud these days. Now, it’s time for cyber security–always a few steps behind the hackers–to catch up.
This company is arguably the pioneer of the security cloud. There is quite a lot of new tech here that sets CrowdStrike apart from others in the cyber security field, but the growth potential here is what investors should be looking at.
CrowdStrike’s platform uses crowdsourced data for analysis and continual improvements.
And while it’s only got 10,000 customers right now, it’s the growth trajectory that has radar pinging. Not to mention spectacular revenue numbers: CRWD grew revenue by over 81% for fiscal 2021.
On this one, it’s already exploded, so wait for the dip to get in. That dip isn’t going to come just yet because CRWD just announced some fairly big news: A new deal with Google Cloud.
Already partners, CrowdStrike and Google Cloud announced on May 10th that they will be extending their partnership via new product integrations that will allow customers to share telemetry and data between the two platforms.
By. Davao Vance
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