Dear Reader,

If you add up the market capitalizations of just four stocks — Google (Alphabet), Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon — their combined market caps exceed $5 trillion.

Add Facebook to this list and you get the top 5 biggest firms by market valuation, which compose an outstanding 18% of the S&P 500. Put differently, the market cap of a full 282 companies in the S&P 500 now equals the same as the top 5 behemoths. This is according to Michael Pento of Pento Portfolio Strategies.

This is emblematic of irrational exuberance, very similar to what you can expect in a blow-off top of irrational valuations.

When you have an endless supply of money coming from central banks and chasing finite amounts of stock, there is irrational behavior that can take place in the markets.

Tesla is another prime example of extreme irrationality. We’re talking about a company with a NEGATIVE earnings per share that doesn’t even turn a profit but is experiencing Bitcoin-like moves in the market.

Tesla has only been around since 2003 and has a bigger market cap than Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler combined.

There’s a big problem that we all need to acknowledge: it’s getting really “easy” for that average investor to throw darts at the stock market and make money. This is symbolic of a manic phase that has me very concerned in the short- to medium-term when it comes to just mainstream investing.

When it comes to undiscovered companies, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, and Tesla are certainly NOT names that come to mind.

Health developments are going to be a parabolic uptrend for the foreseeable future.

Ten years ago, for the first time in the U.S., sales of sliced wheat bread outsold sliced white bread, which ultimately contributed to the bankruptcy of the household name of Wonder Bread most of us grew up on according to the Christian Science Monitor.

Long gone are the days where Coca-Cola is drunk without hesitation from large portions of populations with those same people rejecting fast food, like McDonald’s, as an acceptable meal to feed their children.

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    A company I want to reintroduce to my readers is Koios Beverage Corp. (OTC: KBEVF & CSE: KBEV).

    These are FUNCTIONAL beverages, which are the future. They are full of formulated ingredients that target mental and physical excellence.

    Koios is near an all-time low when it comes to where its market cap is currently trading.

    At a roughly CAD$10 million market cap, Koios is selling its products in 1,100 Walmarts and another 2,400 GNC stores.

    Just to point out how radical health trends are transforming environments, according to the Balance Small Business, Walmart is among the largest retailers of organic foods in America.

    I believe this story to be early-stage, which is why it has become a focal point for me this year.

    When it comes to most assets in the 2020 market, valuations are at extremes now. Blind investing is a setup for an unsuspecting slaughter.

    Early-stage companies in the hypergrowth phase will be the ones that will have the chance to defy macro trends in the equity markets.

    Look for my write-up tomorrow, which will go deeper into the opportunity I see in Koios Beverage Corp. (OTC: KBEVF & CSE: KBEV).

    Prosperous Regards,
    Kenneth Ameduri
    Chief Editor,

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