Right before our eyes, an astonishing new sector is taking shape.
In fact, it could soon become the most valuable sector in history.
Before I tell you what it is, consider the size of some of America’s biggest industries:
- Consumer Goods, which includes all the clothes, food, and products we buy, is worth about $635 billion.
- Media & Entertainment is worth $660 billion.
- And Transportation is worth $1.6 trillion.
But an emerging new sector will soon be worth more than these three industries combined. According to Merrill Lynch, it’ll be worth $3 trillion.
So today, I’ll tell you all about it…
Then I’ll show you how to position yourself to make at least 10x your money from it.
Have you already guessed the sector I’m writing about? If not, here it is:
The commercial market for Space.
There are many reasons it could become so enormous. For starters, it could provide a virtually unlimited supply of natural resources. As just one example, Space could supply an infinite amount of gold — as well as an infinite supply of everything from iridium and silver to palladium and platinum.
Then there’s energy. It’s estimated we only have enough oil, coal, and natural gas to provide energy for another thirty to fifty years. But in Space, there’s an infinite supply of energy.
Then there’s the vast market potential for space tourism, which explains why companies like SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, and Blue Origin are investing billions of dollars into it.
Add it all up, and you can start to understand why investors poured a record $17 billion into space-related startups in 2021. That’s the biggest year ever for private space investments.
And now, investors like you can get access to these investments…
Introducing: Spaced Ventures
If you’re a longtime Crowdability reader, you already know about “funding portals” like Republic, WeFunder and StartEngine that connect investors like you to startups seeking capital.
Furthermore, you know that 10x is the minimum profit target for any startup investment we make. That’s one of the reasons startup investing is so exciting.
But a new portal recently launched, and today I’d like to introduce it to you.
It’s called Spaced Ventures, and as its name suggests, it focuses on space-related startups that are seeking funding.
The startups you’ll find there have already gone through rigorous due diligence. Each one is evaluated by Spaced Ventures’ staff and a panel of industry experts that includes scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs.
In the end, just 10% of startups that apply will be shown to investors like us.
Let’s look at a few of these startups now…
Three Space Startups Raising Capital Today
Spaced Ventures currently has three startups open for investment.
Here’s a quick summary of each one:
Xairos — The vulnerabilities of current GPS systems are too serious to ignore. The world needs an alternative global timekeeping service. Xairos is building a timing service demonstrated to be 1000x more accurate than GPS. Its current customers include NASA and the U.S. Air Force.
Exo-Space — Exo-Space has developed a device that mounts onto a space satellite, and uses Artificial Intelligence to analyze complex images. This enables it to target the $7.5 billion market for space data, and eventually, the $1 trillion market for cloud computing.
Infinite Composites — Historically, spacecraft have relied on metal fuel tanks that are very, very heavy. That’s one of the main reasons that exploring space is so expensive. In fact, sending just two pounds of cargo to the moon costs more than $1 million. But with Infinite Composites’ infiniteCPV™ liner-less tank, mass and cost can be reduced by up to 90%.
A Great Place to Start Your Search
Keep in mind, I’m not recommending that you go out and blindly invest in these startups.
The companies you’ll find on Spaced Ventures — and on all the funding portals — are still at their earliest stages. So you’ll need to do substantial research before making an investment decision.
But if you’re intrigued about the soaring market for Space, this new portal is a great place to start your search!
To learn more, just click here »
Please note: Crowdability has no relationship with any of the portals or startups we write about. We’re an independent provider of education and research on startups and alternative investments.