Legacy Research Group Staff Report
Very few so-called experts have Jeff Brown’s experience in the tech industry.
Jeff is a graduate of Purdue University’s “School of Astronauts,” with a degree from the same Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering program that produced Neil Armstrong and a handful of other U.S. astronauts.
For over two decades, Jeff has worked at the executive level with some of the hottest names in tech, in both Silicon Valley and Japan.
After he joined Qualcomm, shares of the company more than doubled.
The same thing happened at NXP Semiconductors. In 2008, they recruited Jeff to join their global executive turnaround team. The company was struggling and needed some emergency help.
Within two years, the business was back on track. And after going public, the stock has risen as much as 761%. Jeff’s personal stake in the business rose 940%.
Now, Jeff is an angel investor and formal adviser to eight different tech startups.
Last year, Jeff recommended the best performing stock on the S&P 500.
At a conference of multimillionaire private family offices, Jeff was asked to present his very best idea – something that would pay off in the near future, but was still safe enough for “family money.”
He pointed them toward a small chipmaker called Nvidia.
It would become the single best-performing stock on the S&P 500 in 2016.
It beat 499 other companies and returned more than 300% to shareholders… in just a year’s time.
Qualcomm, NXP Semiconductors, and Nvidia all have one thing in common:
They make advanced computing equipment crucial to the development of self-driving cars.