If you can identify the most important new technologies and trends…
And you can identify them early…
You can put yourself in position to earn enormous gains.
In fact, as Wayne and I explained last week, that’s how you could potentially make thousands of times your money on tiny investments.
But how do you make sure you’re not catching these trends too early… or too late?
Well, let me show you…
The Leap to Mainstream
When a new technology is just emerging, only a small handful of people will use it.
These people generally work in the tech industry, or they’re “early adopters” who love to get their hands on new gadgets before their friends.
But as an investor, you’d never put your money to work at this stage. It’s too risky. Instead, you need to wait until the technology is about to go mainstream.
If you can recognize this inflection point, you can invest right before hundreds of millions of consumers jump in — and you can make a fortune.
But unless you know what you’re doing, getting the timing right can be very challenging.
That’s why you need some kind of indicator…
How To Get Your Timing Right
To give you an example, look at Peter Lynch, the famed stock-picker who ran Fidelity’s Magellan Fund.
As legend has it, Lynch would send his teenage daughter to the mall with some spending money.
And after seeing which stores she bought from, he’d analyze the stocks of those companies and look for hidden gems.
Makes sense. After all, kids intuitively know “what’s cool”…
And more importantly, “what’s next.”
Over his 13-year reign at Magellan, this strategy helped Lynch rack up 29% annual returns. That’s enough to turn $50k into $1.4 million.
But kids aren’t the only indicator that can help you get your timing right…
A Proven Indicator for Internet Companies
For example, in the Internet industry, one indicator has been proven to reveal exactly when new trends and technologies are about to go “mainstream.”
In fact, this indicator has been accurate, time and again, for decades…
That’s why CNN reported that it “quietly leads the way” to some of the most important and most profitable technology trends.
For example, if you’d followed this indicator:
- You’d have known that online video streaming was about to go mainstream. And if you’d been an early investor in YouTube, you’d have pocketed 1,775% gains when Google bought the company for $1.65 billion.
- You’d also have known it was time to invest in online credit card processing. This industry has given birth to blockbuster investments like PayPal, which was acquired by eBay for $1.5 billion… and Stripe, which is worth $36 billion!
- You’d even have known it was time to invest in e-commerce, before most people even knew it existed. And as I explained in my essay last week, by getting in early, Amazon’s investors pocketed nearly 210,000x their money — that’s enough to $500 into more than $100 million.
And Now It’s Flashing Again
And now, this same indicator is pointing us to another breakthrough technology trend…
A trend that could hand us a new opportunity to earn breakthrough profits.
In my mind, there’s no question that this trend is about to hit the mainstream. So if you’re looking to make a fortune as an investor, the time to jump in is now.
The only question is:
Which companies can help investors like you reap the greatest profits?
And that’s the question I’m going to answer next week…
Join Us Next Week
You see, next Thursday, May 21st, Wayne and I will be hosting an hour-long presentation on this breakthrough trend...
And during this presentation, we’ll introduce you to a tiny company that’s set to explode because of it.
As you’ll learn, this company could soon dominate a market worth more than $860 billion per year — and hand early investors like you an absolute fortune.
From this single investment, we’re forecasting gains of 6,780% — and possibly far more.
That’s enough to turn a $1,000 investment into $68,800...
And a $10,000 investment into more than $688,000.
Registration for this special online event is FREE for all Crowdability readers…
But you do need register before space runs out.