What are the New Tech Stocks of 2018 and Beyond?

Investors have scratched their heads for years over which tech companies to invest in. Rather, they should dig deeper into what's fueling growth in the tech sector itself, tracing those roots to ETFs to help reap the rewards.

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What are the new tech stocks of 2018 and beyond? Guess what — no one knows! If I was asked to pick a single technology stock a year ago, it would have been like finding a needle in a haystack. And I’m the CEO of an ETF company!

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S&P Market Cap Leaders
1998April 2018
2.General Electric2.Amazon.com
6.Merck & Co Inc6.Berkshire Hathaway
7.International Business Machines7.JPMorgan Chase & Co
8.Nokia of America8.Johnson & Johnson
9.Coca-Cola9.Exxon Mobil
10.Pfizer10.Bank of America
11.Cisco Systems11.Walmart
12.Bristol-Myers Squibb12.Visa
13.AT&T13.Wells Fargo & Co
15.Altria Group15.Chevron
16.Procter & Gamble16.UnitedHealth Group
18.Johnson & Johnson18.Cisco Systems
19.AT&T19.Home Depot
20.Bank of America20.Verizon Communications
21.American International Group21.AT&T
22.Eli Lilly & Co22.Boeing
25.JPMorgan Chase & Co25.Coca-Cola

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Eric Ervin, Investment Adviser Representative
Co-Founder, President, CEO, President, CEO, Reality Shares Inc.

Eric Ervin founded Reality Shares, a firm known for ETF industry innovation. He led the launch of investment analytics tools, including Blockchain Score™, a blockchain company evaluation system; DIVCON®, a dividend health analysis system; and the Guard Indicator, a directional market indicator. These tools were designed to help investors access innovative investment strategies as well as provide alternative dividend investment solutions to manage risk.