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  • Shopify (SHOP) – April 2, 2020 pick and it is already up 163%
  • Zoom Video (ZM) – March 19, 2020 pick and it is already up 107%
  • DexCom (DXCM) picked Feb 20, 2020 right before the market crashed and it is still up 26%
  • Tesla (TSLA) picked January 2, 2020 before the crash and it is up 123% compared to the SP500 -7% so it is ahead of the market by 130%
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  • Netflix (NFLX) picked November 21, 2019 and it is up 42%
  • Trade Desk (TTD) picked November 11, 2019 and up 111%
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