“The prognosis looks good for telehealth stocks” — U.S. News & World Report
1 The ultra-profitable, off-the-radar medical data firm built by Warren Buffett himself…
2 The “handheld” healthcare company sending shareholders to the moon while saving tens of thousands of lives…
3 And the AI technology lab that’s taking personalized medicine on a quantum leap in 2021…
I still can’t believe this stat flew under the radar last year… but it did.
An 8,336% surge that swept through hospitals, clinics, and small-town doctors’ offices around the country.
And the current predictions of another 5-fold increase by 2026 are looking like they’ll be several BILLION dollars short of the truth, at the rate we’re going.
Ever since I found out about this 8,336% number, my mind’s been racing.
Not in panic…
Or in fear.
I’m just shocked…
Shocked that more people aren’t paying attention to this.
Because this… this is a BIG deal, and the pandemic lockdowns only made it more important.
(In fact, some say that the lockdowns may have accelerated this trend by 5 to 10 years).
So I’m paying attention.
And you should, too.
Because the main thing I’m afraid of with this one is that you might miss out if you don’t take action FAST.
Before June 1st, if you can.
I’ve figured out what you need to do…
Laid it all out for you in plain English.
And I want to get this information into your hands ASAP — and here’s why…
Look, most of the time when someone talks to you about investments – or anything to do with the markets — they’re working on a theory of what will happen in the future.
Usually about 2-3 years out.
This is different.
I’m not talking about some “might happen” thing here. I’m telling you about something that’s going on RIGHT NOW.
You see, America’s healthcare system is far from perfect.
This last year has made that abundantly clear.
It’s a space that’s SCREAMING for change and improvement.
Normally, all that change would be incremental.
Bit by bit, painstaking detail by detail, you’d get hospitals and doctors to change their ways. And the entrenched bureaucracy would fight you every step of the way.
But we’re not living in normal times now.
We’re surviving the Pandemic Era… and the Pandemic Era has forced whole industries to pack multiple years – and even decades — worth of innovation and change through a very small window of time.
Practically overnight, hordes of “never gonna change” bureaucrats, best practice “experts,” and masses of posturing “influencers” got swept aside.
Everyone is doing things differently now.
Things that were “Jetsons stuff” a year ago are “normal stuff” now.
And one of the biggest examples of this is telehealth, also known as telemedicine.
At its most basic, telemedicine is doing a doctor’s appointment over the phone.
But now, thanks to the popularity of video calling apps and video conference systems like Zoom, most telemedicine appointments are video sessions with your doctor, a virtual “face to face” experience you can have without ever leaving home.
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I’ll just showcase the opportunity telemedicine is delivering right now…
And let you make this logical decision for yourself…
We’ve spent the last year having scary number after scary number thrown at us by the mainstream media, so I completely understand how you might have missed this.
All those nightly “breaking news” reports about case rates, infection rates, transmission rates, vaccination rates…
It’s number noise at its finest.
And it’s hiding the real story from you.
At peak usage in 2020, telehealth visits were 69% of all doctors appointments, as Americans opted to stay home to see their doctor.
One of those Americans might even have been you…
If not, just ask around. I can guarantee that someone in your circle of friends “Zoomed” with their doctor in 2020.
Because it’s not crazy fantasy tech anymore… it really is the new normal.
After years and years of encouraging us all to go in and see our doctors regularly, we can finally just stay home and have the doctor come to us, more or less whenever we want.
It’s the return of the house call, in many ways.
You just prop up your phone or tablet on the kitchen table, tap the screen a few times, and like magic… there’s a doctor.
You can go over lab results, do certain kinds of therapy, get prescription refills approved, monitor symptoms, and so much more…
It’s no wonder some 83% of telehealth patients say they expect to continue with it, even when their doctors’ offices “fully” reopen.
In fact, according to reports from the industry insiders’ journal Medical Economics:
It’s that last line there that really has my attention.
“A requirement to stay in business.”
Because at the end of the day, as much as the medical field is about health…
It’s also about the bottom line.
So let’s talk about the money here…
For them — and more importantly, what’s at stake for you, too — if you let me show you how to profitably get in on this megatrend…
Telehealth has been circling around as an investable option in health markets for a few years now.
But the numbers were just not good enough — there was nothing to get any rational investor excited.
Between 2015 and 2019, for example, telehealth usage in this country crept up by a paltry 5%.
Some three-quarters of Americans reported having either no access to telehealth or little to no knowledge of their telehealth options.
Even worse? Many insurers — and even Medicare — wouldn’t cover telehealth except in extraordinary circumstances.
That all changed on March 13th, 2020, when President Trump made an emergency declaration under the Stafford Act and the National Emergencies Act that expanded where and how telemedicine could be used.
Already eager to minimize in-person visits to limit COVID-19 spread — and now confident they were going to be FULLY reimbursed for their time — doctors, clinics, and hospitals around the country went “all-in” on telehealth.
But all that? It’s really just the beginning…
From $17.9 billion in 2019, the Telemedicine Market is expected to hit $185.6 billion by 2026.
That’s a 9x increase over where we stand today…
Which means that as far as investing in the telehealth space is concerned, you really haven’t missed out… yet.
Here’s what I mean…
I’ve been around long enough — spent more than 30 years as an investigative financial journalist, in fact — that I’m now instinctively suspicious of “hot new thing” kinds of companies.
And remember, between 2015 and 2019, the telemedicine industry as a whole only increased by 5%.
If you’d been an “early adopter” you would have been bored stiff… and broke.
Plus, you always run the risk — especially in the health field — that the “hot new thing” is going to flame out, badly.
More than a few times I’ve seen companies make a massive run up only to crash brutally back to earth when they can’t deliver on their promises.
I mean, just look at Theranos, which is pretty much the poster child for what I’m talking about here…
They came hot out of the gate with HUGE claims that they could diagnose just about everything from just one drop of blood.
A lot of folks bought into the hype, bringing the company’s value up to $10 billion dollars at its peak.
Then came scandal after scandal, lawsuit after lawsuit, and the hard truth that the company just couldn’t do what it claimed.
These days? Theranos is basically worthless.
And it’s a prime example of why sometimes getting in on “Day 1” with many new health technologies is a good way to go broke.
That may seem counterintuitive to you. But, there are times when it pays to wait…
To see how the technology actually performs over time and when it’s put to a real-world test (like the trial-by-fire we just watched the telehealth industry go through)…
Then, once you have a real “proof of concept” on your hands, you can get into a stock that capitalizes on the technology at the right moment for maximum upward growth.
Now, I’m not talking about trying to “time” the market in the sense of being a day-to-day momentum chaser.
Life’s too short to run after every headline, or every tick up and tick down in a stock.
But if you think of major market trends like waves…
And imagine yourself as a surfer…
Then, what we do here at Personal Finance is watch that big wave swell, hop on as it heats up, and cash out while the getting’s good.
Take a look at what we did with Apple, for example…
It’s been a red-hot stock the last few years, but for decades beforehand it delivered much more modest gains.
So my team didn’t recommend it until the fundamentals were right.
Then, when Apple did get their numbers in the right place, we hopped on that wave and rode it for seven years of gains, skipping years of boring returns to pocket the best.
We’ve got the same thing going on with Target, a longstanding “stable” stock in the consumer goods market.
Well, it was… in 2017, Target started a dramatic run higher as the retail sector caught fire.
Personal Finance subscribers got a timely alert and were able to scoot into the stock, just in time.
The position is currently up nearly 300% — and climbing.
We’ll harvest those gains in due time.
Or we might ride the wave for as long as it lasts, as we did with Realty Income, a major player in the REIT markets.
REITs were a hot play… right up until they weren’t.
That’s why you saw Realty Income plummet this past year, a crashing wave that erased years of gains.
Luckily, Personal Finance subscribers were well away from the stock by then.
After nearly six straight years of hefty dividend payments and returns — more than 119% banked — we opted to skip away from the stock in search of more interesting waters to surf.
After all, when a stock… or an entire sector… takes a turn for the worse, there’s no reason to stick around and suffer.
New breakthroughs (and new millionaires) are continually being born. So as a new opportunity builds, you want to watch for the right time and then make the right move…
Which is what I’d like to invite you to do with me here…
As little as 10 years ago, this whole telehealth thing was all still basically “Jetsons stuff.”
And even as things heated up, there were still 3 major roadblocks stopping the train from leaving the station.
But thanks to new innovations — and the 100% pure industrial accelerant that was the COVID-19 pandemic…
The 3 major roadblocks to success in telehealth — ease of use, data security, and the ability to get a truly personalized diagnosis from a remote doctor — are finally being conquered.
I’ve uncovered three companies…
Companies you could start investing in RIGHT NOW, if you want…
That will carry day-to-day users and telehealth doctors successfully through whatever lies ahead…
While pumping out billions in profits for their shareholders.
Let me tell you a little more about each one……
One of the reasons telehealth stayed on the sci-fi fringes for years was that it was never very easy to use.
You needed to install special systems on your computer, jump through hoops with your hospital, doctor, and clinicians, and God help you if you ran into technical trouble along the way.
Then the “app people” got hold of it…
Suddenly, telehealth went from complex to user-friendly and stress-free… and a virtual doctor’s appointment was no harder to do than any other video call. Talking to your primary care doctor is as simple as catching up with the grandkids on FaceTime, Skype, or Zoom.
Big hospitals and major insurance companies got interested. The Medicare people got interested, too.
They could see the potential cost savings… and thanks to this year’s pandemic, the potential for saving lives has never been more clear.
Now, there’s a lot of neat little companies crowding into this space… and some big players, too, like Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
But you don’t want to touch any of those with a 10-foot pole.
Hot young things out for a fast buck and old greedy bastard legacy firms don’t serve YOUR bottom line.
What you want is a company who makes telehealth — SIMPLE telehealth — their core business.
That’s the kind of company that’s going to give you the results you want.
Results like zipping up 99.65% in a year:
And that’s before the pandemic.
During the first wave of the pandemic? This company popped up another 74.86%.
But it’s what happened next that truly made my heart skip a beat…
That additional pop up – another 25% — happened while things were “normalizing” in doctor’s offices around the country. And once again, the stock didn’t drop… it went up!
Because now, you see, the telehealth cat is out of the bag. We’re not dropping back down to the paltry 13,000 visits a week we saw before the pandemic rolled through.
Some 80% of those million-a-week telehealth users from the peak of the pandemic plan to continue using telehealth services for the foreseeable future…
Which means what you’ve seen so far — impressive as it may be — is what I believe is the “boring” section of this stock’s lifecycle… and the “best” gains are actually just ahead of us…
As long as users feel safe, of course.
Which brings me to Telehealth Booster #2…
I’ll start with the returns at stake here, because they’re ridiculous.
Not ridiculous in the sense of “the biggest number you’ll ever see.”
But ridiculous in the sense that this firm delivers regular, repeatable double-digit returns you can bank on this year… next year… and likely for as long as you choose to hold onto the stock.
Warren Buffett himself held shares for nearly 50 years.
Now, he started back when it was a privately-held firm — more on that in a minute.
But in 2009, the company went public.
And in the 11 years since it IPO’d, this company — which I’d like to emphasize is NOT a household name AT ALL — has delivered gains of 763%.
That’s impressive… and as you can see from the chart pattern there, those gains aren’t a flash in the pan or sudden run-up kind of thing, either.
No, this firm is known for its CONSISTENCY.
They’ve delivered steady double-digit gains each and every year they’ve traded…
Analysts expect 2021 to be a double-digit growth year, too…
How does the company do it?
Well, this firm is LITERALLY in the business of AVOIDING LOSSES.
It was designed by the best — Warren Buffett himself, back in the early 1970s.
Buffett and his insurance industry partners custom-built this company to crunch data in order to help Berkshire Hathaway (and other firms like it) identify and avoid risky situations or losses.
And when you’re designed to avoid losses, profits are almost automatic.
This is a Buffett-built, safety-net company that could easily become the shining star of your portfolio.
Especially once the broader Wall Street crowd realizes that this company ALSO has linked up with an app that puts a meaningful privacy fence around your medical records.
It effectively shields your most personal health information from prying eyes… and protects the company from liabilities caused by hacks.
PLUS, this new partnership expands the size of this company’s potential market by 10x.
All the gains — those double-digit, continual gains — that I’ve shared so far have been based on a sliver of the health market, one that clocks in around $1.32 trillion.
But with their new expansion, they’re tapping into a market that’s predicted to be worth over $10 trillion in the next 12 months.
10x more reach… and potentially 10x more profits, right out of the gate.
So that’s your privacy, profitably covered.
And we touched on ease-of-use issues…
Which just leaves the big question — how good is telehealth for you as a patient, really?
It’s pretty good, actually. And it’s about to get a whole lot better, thanks to…
What I’m about to tell you about here is truly mind-blowing stuff, in terms of what this company can do for patients (and your pocketbook, too).
But I’m not just sharing because it’s “cool tech”, although it very much is…
The company behind this technology is actually one of The 50 Best Stocks of All Time, according to Kiplinger.
Maybe it’s the decades of double-digit annual gains that makes them say that…
Or the juicy dividend — north of 5%!
All votes in its favor for sure…
And then COVID happened.
Sorting through something as complicated as the coronavirus, medically speaking, is too much for a single human brain to handle.
So this company built an AI system to tackle it (and diabetes, and heart disease, and cancer).
It has the power to analyze illness and disease at the cellular level, factor in lifestyle, health history, and genetic variations, and help your human doctor get you a treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and physiology.
How can it do all that?
Well, frankly, the whole thing’s gone quantum… which means it processes information in chunks of data so big they call them “qubits”… and what they’re promising to be able to do by 2023 makes StarTrek tech look like Tinker Toys.
So imagine being able to dial up a doctor on demand, practically the first second you think you need one…
… explain your symptoms…
…get a live diagnosis…
…get a test ordered right away, if needed…
…and have all your health records update in real time, where you can see and control what’s happening… in a way that lets you get back to living your life the way you want… FAST.
That’s what these three companies collectively make possible.
And they do it all in a way that’s PROFITABLE, too.
But there is a change coming…
Last year, COVID-19 and the associated lockdowns acted as 100% pure industrial accelerant for companies with a telehealth connection.
Now – while COVID isn’t completely gone from our lives – these firms have to address the incredible growth they’ve experienced so far and figure out how to navigate the growth that remains in front of them.
Which, as I’ve mentioned, is substantial. Fortune Business Insights is calling for the total market size to rocket up 9x from where it stands today.
On June 1st, major players from across the industry will be gathering to finalize their plans for telehealth innovations, payments, and usage improvements in the years ahead.
Representatives from personalized medicine leaders like Ro, private insurance groups, biotech leaders like Illumina, and Alphabet-spinout Cityblock (a Medicaid administrator) will compare notes, reach consensus, and potentially come out with some serious market-moving announcements.
Will you be ready?
Let’s make sure.
I want to get the key information you need to know about each of these three companies into your hands ASAP.
Because as much as telehealth has grown in the last 12 months… I believe we’re just getting started here.
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Remember, all too often, when you hear about an investing idea, it’s based on something that “might” happen down the road a couple of years.
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