Can Any Stock Outperform OSS?

Is it possible for any stock on any exchange to outperform One Stop Systems (OSS)? Probably not, if we are talking about the immediate short-term future, as in the next few trading days.

Very important emergency meetings are being held in Washington this week about the need for the U.S. to accelerate America's military AI program. Less than two weeks after the Pentagon's AI program was launched in November, OSS won a military AI contract from $16.81 billion market cap defense contractor Leidos (LDOS), which closed last week at a record weekly closing high. Last year, OSS demonstrated its Rigel AI Supercomputer with two-phase liquid immersion-cooling at the Navy League's Sea-Air-Space conference, which enables large scale, multi-workload, AI inference, and autonomous applications in virtually any military vehicle.

The CEO of OSS came from Lockheed Martin and OSS made it clear in November that this was only the first AI contract from LDOS. OSS specifically made reference to the hypersonic program of LDOS as one of several potential areas for future AI contract wins from LDOS. AI stocks weren't yet rallying in November so the press release (click here to read) got overlooked by investors. If a new military AI contract got announced by OSS in the upcoming days with AI stocks rallying big, see Beamr (BMR)'s rally this month for an example of what would likely happen to OSS. Keep in mind, BMR isn't a military AI company. OSS is the only U.S. listed publicly traded military AI play!

Augusta Gold (TSX: G) will most likely outperform OSS over the next few weeks as gold breaks $2,100 per oz and the public becomes aware of how the Beatty Gold District is about to be developed, which will be the largest new gold district to be developed in the United States in decades. Keep in mind, AngloGold Ashanti (AU) is unlikely to officially announce its filing for permitting at North Bullfrog to begin constructing the North Bullfrog Gold Mine directly adjacent to G's past producing Bullfrog Gold Mine, until Friday. G's past producing Bullfrog Gold Mine has a larger gold resource, higher gold grades, and more significant infrastructure in place than AU's North Bullfrog.

The only way G outperforms OSS between today and Thursday is if we have a large rally in gold prices and/or an industry wide rally in gold stocks in the upcoming days. The largest gains for G in history are likely to begin on Friday.

Past performance is not an indicator of future returns. NIA is not an investment advisor and does not provide investment advice. Always do your own research and make your own investment decisions. NIA's President has purchased 224,200 shares of G in the open market and intends to buy more shares. This message is meant for informational and educational purposes only and does not provide investment advice.