Newsletter Subject

Urgent Buy Alert: FDA Just OK'd Massive Biotech Breakthrough

From

streetauthority.com

Email Address

editors@streetauthority.com

Sent On

Wed, Mar 31, 2021 11:31 AM

Email Preheader Text

Will They Go Back? Remote Work Is Here To Stay... | A few years back analyst Jeff Siegel told me to

Will They Go Back? Remote Work Is Here To Stay... [View Online]()|[Unsubscribe]( [Street Authority Daily] -[]Recommended Link Sponsored Content [Urgent Buy Alert: FDA Just OK'd Massive Biotech Breakthrough]( A few years back analyst Jeff Siegel told me to buy Canopy Growth Corp and I sat on his advice. The stock soared from $1.40 a share to $49 a share - a gain of 3,043% -- I really blew it! Now Jeff has found a brand-new opportunity (not cannabis) the FDA has already given the green light to that he thinks could be 10x bigger. [Get the details in this FREE report.]( March 31, 2021 Will They Go Back? Remote Work Is Here To Stay... By Nathan Slaughter [Nathan Slaughter] Last week was the first full week of spring. Beautiful 70-degree temps. Gentle breezes. And the fish are biting - or so they say. I have to admit, it's pretty tempting to sneak away a couple of hours early this afternoon with the old tackle box and fishing rod. Much of my workday involves research that can be done anytime, night or day. Quarterly conference calls, manufacturing reports, SEC financial filings… they'll still be there when I get home. Working remotely certainly has its advantages. There might be more distractions. And it takes willpower to stay on task and not fall behind. But it's nice to have the flexibility to shuffle the work schedule around if need be. The rigid ways of the past aren't necessarily the most conducive to productivity. -[]Recommended Link [The "Fool-Proof" Shortcut To A 5-Figure Fortune?]( He lives over 2,400 miles away from Wall Street… but this rogue Idaho trader has stumbled onto something BIG. A fool-proof shortcut for "Regular Joes" to go from the poorhouse to the penthouse. For years it's been hiding in plain sight… and only the top hedge funds used it to bank billion-dollar paydays. But all that ends today. [Click here to discover how regular Americans follow this shortcut to a potential 5-figure fortune.]( Who's to say an employee can't get more done at 10 PM on a Sunday than they would right after lunch on a Tuesday? I must say, I don't miss the old days of being chained to my desk from 7-5 (or later) Monday to Friday -- the uncomfortable suit and tie either. Even before the pandemic, technology made it possible for more and more professionals to spend less time in the cubicle and get work accomplished elsewhere. Of course, Covid has greatly accelerated the transition, shifting the work environment for millions of Americans on a scale that would have been unthinkable before last March. Will They Go Back? For many organizations, there is only a skeleton crew at the office - the rest of the rank-and-file employees are clocking in from home these days. You might even be one of them. Downtown office towers in cities from coast-to-coast have been eerily quiet. Not quite ghost towns, but not exactly bustling either. Will these missing workers return now that vaccines are being widely distributed? Sure, some will. But many won't. The Pew Research Center [recently conducted]( a nationwide poll that revealed some fascinating findings. For starters, they discovered that seven-in-ten workers (71%) whose job responsibilities can be handled from home have chosen or been asked to telework, up from one-in-five (20%) before Covid struck. And judging by the survey, they haven't skipped a beat. Let's take a look inside the numbers. 77% -- the number of employed adults working from home who say they have adequate workspace. 87% -- the number who have access to all the technology and equipment needed to effectively do their job. 80% -- the number who have been able to meet deadlines and complete projects on time. 73% -- the number who say that balancing work and family obligations is now easier than before, or at least similar. 87% -- the number who claim to have similar or greater flexibility in setting their work hours and daily schedule. Remote Work Is Here To Stay I could go on. But the main takeaway is this... The vast majority of workers who have made the switch from office life to telework report little to no change in overall job satisfaction, relationship with supervisors, or opportunities for advancement. The only thing missing is the water cooler gossip. Not everyone agrees. About one-in-three teleworkers say that Slack messaging and Zoom (Nasdaq: ZM) video calls just aren't as good as real human contact. And parents with young children have reported greater numbers of interruptions and challenges. But as a rule, most have adapted well to this new lifestyle and are quite content trading the rush hour commute for a comfortable spot on the couch with a laptop. That's why when the threat is over, many won't be coming back to the office. If given a choice, over half of those surveyed (54%) prefer to continue working all or mostly from home. Another 35% want to work from home occasionally. Only a small minority (11%) prefer not to work from home at all. Of course, not everyone has the option. Those involved in retail or construction, for example, still must man their post. Still, we're talking about entire sectors of the economy where a good chunk of displaced workers might not come back to the office, from finance to marketing to IT. According to Statista, teleworkers comprise about 45% of all American workers. With a national labor force of 160 million, that means an estimated 70 million employees are working from home right now. And half of them might continue to do so in the future. Closing Thoughts Needless to say, this presents a threat for real estate investment trusts (REITs) that own traditional office properties. Faced with slackening lease trends, rising vacancy and weak rental collection, the average stock in this group posted a decline of about 20% last year. But as they say, threats go hand-in-hand with opportunities. For example, over at Takeover Trader, already done well with a few remote work enablers as well as a few "work from home" plays. Take Twilio (Nasdaq: TWLO), for example. Twilio's application programming interfaces (APIs) have become indispensable to web and mobile app developers looking to embed voice, video, text, chat, and email capabilities. The customer base has expanded rapidly and now spans 200,000 accounts around the globe. If you've ever received an automated text message saying that a dinner table reservation is ready or an email with an online account login code for two-factor verification, Twilio may have been involved. I first profiled TWLO in September of 2020 - and shares went on to deliver close to a 50% return in a month. We no longer hold this one in our portfolio at the moment, but there may still be some upside left in this one for readers who are interested. Either way, there are plenty of choices out there for investors who are interested in the long-term potential of this trend. In the meantime, another trend investors would be wise to consider right now is commodities... And we think the best opportunity around comes from a strange new road being built in Alaska… It's 211 miles long and is going to cost $430 million. About $2 million per mile. And it could make you a lot of money... You might wonder what makes a road like this so important (and expensive)… This road is heading straight to a massive deposit of [the most useful metal on earth](. There's more than $20 billion of the stuff lying in the ground right now… and it's coming out soon. Your share could be worth $312,000-if you act fast. [Go here to learn more.]( -[]Recommended Link [Life-and-death investing in Arizona…]( [Life-and-death investing in Arizona…]( Nobody goes without air conditioning in Arizona. It can be a matter of life and death. So, the company that makes our 48th state livable is feeding a demand so desperate that most businesses will never see anything like it. Great news for us, because we own the stock... and 36 more just like it... and [they are up 565% each.]( To ensure that you receive these emails, [please add us to your address book.]( Disclosure: StreetAuthority doesn't own shares of any securities mentioned in this article. Members of our staff are restricted from buying or selling any securities for three days after being featured in our advisories or on our website. StreetAuthority is a publisher of financial news and opinions. StreetAuthority is not a securities broker/dealer or an investment advisor and we do not recommend or endorse any brokers, dealers or investment advisors. This work is based on SEC filings, current events, interviews, corporate press releases and publicly available information which may contain errors. All information contained in our newsletters and/or on our website(s) should be independently verified with the companies or sources mentioned. You are responsible for your own investment decisions and should always conduct your own research and due diligence and consider obtaining professional advice before making any investment decision. This message was sent by an automated message delivery platform. Please do not reply to this email address. Any messages sent to this address will be automatically deleted. We sincerely hope that you benefit from your subscription to this complimentary newsletter, and we're willing to do whatever it takes to keep you as a satisfied subscriber. You may contact our customer service department by [visiting this link](. To update your subscription or unsubscribe, please [click here](. Copyright (c) 2021 StreetAuthority, 7600A Leesburg Pike, Suite 300 Falls Church, VA 22043. All rights reserved. Any reproduction, copying, or redistribution, in whole or in part, is prohibited. [Terms]( | [Privacy]( | [Unsubscribe](

EDM Keywords (207)

years would working workers work wise willing whole whatever well website web visiting vaccines us update unthinkable tuesday trend threat think telework technology task talking takes take switch survey supervisors sunday subscription stock still stay starters staff soon skipped similar shuffle shortcut shares share seven setting september sent selling securities scale say sat rule road revealed retail restricted rest responsible research reply redistribution recommend receive ready readers rank publisher professionals presents possible portfolio poorhouse plenty penthouse past part parents option opportunities one ok office number nice newsletters need necessarily mostly month money moment miss millions might message means matter marketing many making makes made lunch lot lives link like life learn laptop keep judging jeff involved investors interruptions interested important home hiding handled hand half good going go globe given get gain friday found flexibility fish finance feeding featured fda expensive example everyone ensure endorse employee email effectively economy easier earth done distractions discovered discover details desperate desk demand decline death days cubicle course couple couch construction conducive company companies commodities coming coast clocking claim cities chosen choices choice change challenges chained cannabis buying businesses built biting benefit based asked arizona americans alaska afternoon advisories advice advantages advancement admit address according access able 565 49 45 36 2020

Marketing emails from streetauthority.com

View More
Sent On

10/05/2021

Sent On

10/05/2021

Sent On

08/05/2021

Sent On

07/05/2021

Sent On

07/05/2021

Sent On

06/05/2021

Email Content Statistics

Subscribe Now

Subject Line Length

Data shows that subject lines with 6 to 10 words generated 21 percent higher open rate.

Subscribe Now

Average in this category

Subscribe Now

Number of Words

The more words in the content, the more time the user will need to spend reading. Get straight to the point with catchy short phrases and interesting photos and graphics.

Subscribe Now

Average in this category

Subscribe Now

Number of Images

More images or large images might cause the email to load slower. Aim for a balance of words and images.

Subscribe Now

Average in this category

Subscribe Now

Time to Read

Longer reading time requires more attention and patience from users. Aim for short phrases and catchy keywords.

Subscribe Now

Average in this category

Subscribe Now

Predicted open rate

Subscribe Now

Spam Score

Spam score is determined by a large number of checks performed on the content of the email. For the best delivery results, it is advised to lower your spam score as much as possible.

Subscribe Now

Flesch reading score

Flesch reading score measures how complex a text is. The lower the score, the more difficult the text is to read. The Flesch readability score uses the average length of your sentences (measured by the number of words) and the average number of syllables per word in an equation to calculate the reading ease. Text with a very high Flesch reading ease score (about 100) is straightforward and easy to read, with short sentences and no words of more than two syllables. Usually, a reading ease score of 60-70 is considered acceptable/normal for web copy.

Subscribe Now

Technologies

What powers this email? Every email we receive is parsed to determine the sending ESP and any additional email technologies used.

Subscribe Now

Email Size (not include images)

Font Used

No. Font Name
Subscribe Now

Copyright © 2019–2021 SimilarMail.