New Trade for August 17th, 2023

The Nasdaq Composite has been on fire this year, boasting a substantial 38% increase, boosted by an impressive surge in the growth of technology stocks, including heavyweights like Apple, Alphabet, and Microsoft.

Yet, this might merely mark the beginning of an even more compelling trajectory, particularly as inflationary pressures abate and investors start thinking about the Fed taking its foot off the gas. 

Amid these dynamics, specific technology stocks could be in a favorable position to capitalize on the infusion of approximately $5.5 trillion in sidelined cash over the coming months. 

Today, we’re highlighting a stock that appears poised to emerge as a big winner during the remaining four months of the year— and we’re not alone in this conviction. Billionaires are snatching up shares of this stock hand over fist…

Amazon (AMZN) 

Once a dedicated player in eCommerce, Amazon has risen to prominence as a true titan of our technological era. In the face of new challenges, the company recently revealed stunning second-quarter results that not only exceeded EPS and revenue projections but also showcased the thriving performance of Amazon Web Services (AWS). This quarter’s success stands as Amazon’s most impressive earnings beat since the final quarter of 2020, a triumph attributed to the company’s vigilant management of costs.

In a testament to the faith placed in this tech powerhouse, JPMorgan Chase, under the guidance of billionaire Jamie Dimon, made a substantial bet of $1.9 billion on Amazon. This resonates strongly with other billionaire heavyweights like George Soros, Mario Gabelli, and Louis Moore Bacon, who all significantly expanded their holdings by 8.8%, 3.8%, and a remarkable 454.3%, respectively, during the second quarter. These actions underscore their optimistic outlook for the future of this tech giant.

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