The NASDAQ is down 18% this year.
And President Biden’s approval rating is just 41%.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump’s stock is one of the top performers in 2022…
With 45% YTD profits.
Plus, a new group of MACE stocks are setup to crush the FAANG stocks. And early investors could be looking at quick triple-digit gains.
The former president’s Trump Media & Technology Group (private) plans to go public this year.
Trump Media plans to start trading by merging with a publicly traded shell company. These are known as Special Purpose Acquisition Companies or SPACs.
The SPAC is named Digital World Acquisition Corp. (NASDAQ: DWAC).
While the deal isn’t completed – DWAC shares have soared in advance of the deal.
Shares are now trading around $72 – marking a 620% increase from the $10 IPO price. And that includes 42% gains so far in 2022.
That makes Digital World Acquisition one of the best performing stocks with a market value exceeding $2 billion.
Inside Trump Media
Trump Media plans to launch a new social media network called TRUTH Social.
President Trump announced his plans saying…
“I created TRUTH Social and TMTG to stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech. We live in a world where the Taliban has a huge presence on Twitter, yet your favorite American President has been silenced. This is unacceptable. I am excited to send out my first TRUTH on TRUTH Social very soon.”
Trump Media also plans to expand beyond a social network. The company wants to launch a streaming video service called TMTG+ to compete with Netflix and Disney.
The proposed merger values Trump Media at $875 million, based upon the $10 share price of DWAC when announced.
Yet the price of DWAC shares have soared in advance of the merger (see chart above).
Based upon the recent share price – the company will be valued at around $15 billion!
That means that right out of the gate, the company could be worth roughly 50% of Twitter (NASDAQ: TWTR). And nearly as valuable as Fox Corp. (NASDAQ: FOX) – the owner of Fox News.
The rise of Trump Media and DWAC is a stark contrast to other social media stocks. Just check out the YTD returns for the two most popular stocks:
- Twitter is down 16%
- Meta Platforms / Facebook is down 35%
It’s clear that the legacy social media stocks are having headwinds. Just look at Facebook’s latest earnings report. Or consider that Twitter is trading below the opening price on the day of its IPO in 2013.
That’s why I’m NOT buying Facebook or Twitter today.
Instead, I’m re-positioning my portfolio with these MACE stocks.
These are the next generation tech stock winners.
These stocks could be like buying Netflix in 2010 or Tesla Motors (NASDA: TSLA) in 2011 – which I did in my real-money portfolio.
You may not be familiar with MACE stocks.
However, I’d be willing to bet that these stocks are “the next FAANG stocks.” And that’s why I’m personally planning to invest over $100,000 in these stocks.
Yours in Wealth,