How to Profit from Silicon Valley's Latest Battle

By Matthew Milner, on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Right now, the world’s biggest technology companies are freaking out.

You’d think that corporate titans like Apple and Facebook would be calm in the face of a storm. But as it turns out, that’s not the case.

You see, these companies recently got a glimpse of the future — and now, in a high-stakes fight to beat the competition, they’re frantically spending billions of dollars.

Our advice? Let them fight:

There’s no need for you to jump into the fray. And there’s no need to wrack your brain trying to figure out who the ultimate winner will be.

Just pull up a chair…

Because their actions can lead you to monster-sized profits.

The “Next Big Thing”

The glimpse of the future I’m referring to took place when a strange little tech startup wrapped up its crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.

Its campaign was an unexpected success. It raised more than $2 million, nearly 10x its goal.

But then, there was an even bigger surprise:

Facebook bought this little startup for $2 billion.

At that moment, Silicon Valley’s “next big thing” was crowned. And just like that, Facebook’s competitors took out their wallets and prepared for battle.

“Game on” with the Oculus

That strange little company was Oculus VR.

Oculus makes headsets and software for Virtual Reality.

Virtual Reality, or “VR” for short, uses technology to create simulated environments.

The thing is, the technology has become so advanced recently that users feel the virtual world they’re immersed in is real.

Here’s what Oculus’ latest release looks like:

It’s a wireless VR headset called Quest, and it’s already helped bring in more than $100 million in sales.

But Facebook isn’t the only tech giant betting on VR right now…

More Combatants Enter the Battlefield

Just last week, Apple bought out a tiny VR startup called NextVR for $100 million.

Microsoft recently secured a $480 million contract with the U.S. Army to outfit soldiers with its VR headset, which is called HoloLens.

And Amazon announced plans to make content from Prime Video viewable on VR headsets.

The world’s leading tech companies clearly believe VR is the next big thing.

But this begs the question:

How do you profit from all of this?

Follow the Leader — But Don’t Invest in It

If you’re looking for profit opportunities in this emerging sector, you might be tempted to invest in one of the big tech companies we’ve already mentioned…

But that wouldn’t be a path to capture the biggest profits.

Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Apple…

Each of these companies is already a diversified, multi-billion-dollar business…

So it’s unlikely their efforts in VR will lead to much of a bump in their stock price.

To reap the biggest profits from this sector, you need to invest elsewhere

You need to invest in VR companies when they’re still on the “ground floor”…

See You Tomorrow!

And that’s exactly what we’ll be explaining how to do tomorrow!

If you’re joining me and Wayne for our special presentation tomorrow, Thursday, May 21st, you’ll learn about a tiny VR company with a groundbreaking technology…

This company is a startup… it’s still on the ground floor.

And we believe it’s a prime acquisition target for tech companies doing battle right now — from Facebook and Apple, to Microsoft and Amazon.

Furthermore, because of a certain development that just took place, we believe they’ll scoop up this startup within the next few months.

A deal like that could lead the company’s earliest investors to a windfall of profits.

In fact, we’re forecasting potential gains of 6,780% — and possibly far more.

We’re looking forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Happy investing.

Best Regards,
Matthew Milner
Matthew Milner


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