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June 13, 2017 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: VEEV , SHOP , NVDA

I have known about Motley Fool since 1994, when I was with NAIC.  I became a rule breaker on my own when I purchased Pixar in the 90's and broke away from all the fundamentals of NAIC. Pixar was utlimately purchased by Disney.  Fast forward to 2017, I am seeing a Paradigm shift and that is why I joined Rule Breakers.  I strongly believe companies in the cloud services are growing while the old stalwarts or less technology inclined are slowly bleeding.  The catching up is to difficult for these companies to revamp.  So I researched companies I considered NexGen Stocks.  With that said, I got rid of IBM.   And as you would have it, I am so proud of myself.  I had 4 of the Tier Zero World recomendations and knew of one other of which I have not purcased.  I only appropriated a specific amount of funds to NexGen Stocks.    [more]

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