AI is by far the biggest tech investing trend of 2023.
But Ross Givens says the #1 artificial intelligence stock is NOT Microsoft, Google, Amazon or Apple.
Nope – his research is pointing to a tiny, under-the-radar stock that's trading for just $3 right now…
And could soon shoot to the moon, handing early investors a windfall.
This company already has 98 registered patents for cutting-edge voice and sound recognition technology…
And has lined up major partnerships with Honda, Netflix, Pandora, Mercedes Benz and many, many others.
So if you missed out on Microsoft when it first went public back in 1986…
This could be your shot at redemption.
*Note to investors: Have you used AI to analyze your portfolio yet? Because it’s definitely worth considering…
This investment report was mostly generated by Google’s new AI system, Bard, with minor edits we made ourselves.
Before we get into the report Bard created on Alphabet stock, here’s what Bard told us it could do:
“Google Bard is a large language model, also known as a conversational AI or chatbot trained to be informative and comprehensive. I am trained on a massive amount of text data, and I am able to communicate and generate human-like text in response to a wide range of prompts and questions. For example, I can:
- Write different kinds of creative content. For example, I can write poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, etc.
- Answer your questions in an informative way, even if they are open ended, challenging, or strange. For example, I can answer questions about history, science, math, literature, and more.
- Generate different responses based on the context of the conversation. For example, if you ask me “What is the capital of France?” I will answer “Paris.” But if you ask me “What is the capital of France?” and I know that you are from France, I might answer “I'm sorry, but I don't know the answer to that question.”
- Be informative and comprehensive. I am trained on a massive amount of text data, which allows me to provide comprehensive and informative answers to your questions.
- Be helpful and polite. I am always happy to help you, and I will always be polite in my interactions with you.
I am still under development, but I am learning new things every day. I am excited to see what I can do in the future!”
Related: Forget Google – there's a tiny “backdoor” AI company that could be a WAY BETTER way to invest in the red-hot $15 trillion AI market.
Alphabet Stock Doomed?
Then, we asked Bard to list the reasons GOOGL stock might be doomed. Here’s what it said:
“There are a number of reasons why GOOGL stock might be doomed. Some of these reasons include:
- Increased competition: Google faces increasing competition from other tech giants, such as Amazon and Microsoft. These companies are investing heavily in new technologies, such as artificial intelligence and cloud computing, which could pose a threat to Google's dominance in the market. Both Amazon and Microsoft have also been investing in and growing their advertising platforms as well. These companies are both taking market share from Google, which could lead to slower revenue growth and lower profits for Alphabet in the future.
- Economic slowdown: A global economic slowdown could hurt Google's advertising business. Google's advertising revenue makes up the majority of its total revenue. If businesses start spending less on advertising, it could hurt Google's bottom line and its stock price. For example, during the 2008 financial crisis, Google's advertising revenue fell by 11%.
- Tech bubble: Some experts believe that the tech industry is in a bubble. If the bubble were to burst, it could cause the stock prices of tech companies, including Google, to fall sharply. For example, during the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s, the Nasdaq Composite Index (which is a measure of the stock prices of tech companies) lost more than 70% of its value.
Alphabet Over the Next 5 Years
Finally, we asked Bard what would happen to the Alphabet stock price over the next five years if Google continued the trend of being outcompeted in AI and saw dramatic declines in its search advertising revenue. Here’s what it said:
“If Google continues to be outcompeted in AI and sees dramatic declines in its search advertising revenue, its stock price could fall by as much as 50% or more over the next five years. The major tipping points in its eventual demise could include:
- Google is outcompeted by a rival company: This could happen if a company like Microsoft or Amazon invests heavily in AI and develops a platform that is more powerful and user-friendly than Google's. If this were to happen, Google would likely lose market share and its stock price would fall.
- Google is unable to adapt to changes in user behavior: If users start to rely on other platforms for their search and advertising needs, Google could lose market share. This could happen if users start to prefer social media platforms for their search needs, or if they start to use ad blockers to avoid seeing Google's ads.
- Google faces regulatory challenges that hurt its business: Governments around the world are increasingly scrutinizing the power of tech giants like Google. These regulators are concerned about Google's market power and its potential to stifle competition. If regulators crack down on Google, it could hurt the company's business and its stock price. For example, in 2020, the European Commission fined Google $2.4 billion for abusing its market dominance in the online search market.
If any of these events were to occur, it could lead to a sharp decline in Google's stock price. The company's valuation is already based on the assumption that it will continue to dominate the AI and search advertising markets. If either of these markets were to become more competitive, Google's valuation would likely fall.
It is important to note that these are just a few possible scenarios for how Google could eventually fail. It is also possible that Google will be able to adapt to the challenges it faces and continue to be a successful company for many years to come.”
*Note to readers: Hey, it’s us again – The Profitable News Team. So, what did you think? If you liked this experiment with Google Bard, reply back to our email and tell us what you liked about it. If you didn't like it, tell us why! Either way, we’re excited for what AI could do to help our investors, like you, get an edge over the market. We’re always seeking every advantage we can get here at Profitable News and Google’s Bard or another AI model could certainly be a useful tool in analyzing stocks in the future. Are you using AI to value your investments today? If so, tell me what your favorite AI model is for your portfolio by replying to our email and we might just report on that next!
Most investors aren't seeing it, but…
There's a new bull market that's quietly raging.
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Paid for something using your credit card?
Jumped in your car and plugged your destination into Google Maps?
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And Ross Givens has just identified his #1 stock pick to ride this revolutionary tech to a potential windfall gain…
The likes of which haven't been seen since Microsoft went public in '86.
Right now the stock trades for just $3…
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