Justin’s note: Yesterday afternoon, thousands of RiskHedge readers tuned in to watch my colleague Chris Wood’s urgent briefing on the next tiny 2,000% superdisruptor stock. It was a wildly successful event (if you missed it, we’ve unlocked the replay for a short time here).
Today, I’m handing the reins to Chris to show why today is the perfect time to seize this opportunity. As you’ll see, this is a rare, surefire way to profit no matter where stocks go... and yesterday’s stock market chaos has opened a golden opportunity to get in at a price we may never see again...
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A Rare Moneymaking Guarantee in Today’s Uncertain World
By Chris Wood
This could be the most important essay you read all year.
That’s because right now, in this world of uncertainty where it feels like everything is crashing down around us, there’s one proven, reliable trend that can make you a fortune in the months ahead.
It all stems from a predictable, moneymaking tech cycle we’ve seen play out twice before—one that comes around every 20 years like clockwork.
The last two times this surefire cycle hit, it turned everyday Americans into millionaires. And my research shows this third time will prove to be the most lucrative of all. Gains of 10,000% are not out of the question.
Now, I know it’s hard to think about investing while coronavirus fears grip the stock market. These are surreal times and we can only hope they pass sooner rather than later. I believe they will.
But in the meantime, now’s not the time to be complacent. If you’re like most Americans, your retirement portfolio has taken a big hit. And what I’m about to reveal today is a way to get back on track.
That’s because this rare but reliable cycle is guaranteed to hand investors life-changing gains—no matter what happens to the economy.
So it’s imperative that you fully understand what it is… how it works… and how you can take advantage of it today.
You see, every 20 years—like clockwork—a new window opens for investors to get rich in a specific kind of media disruptor stock.
Media Disruptor #1: Cable TV
This cycle first kicked off back in the 1980s.
If you remember, it was the heyday of cable TV. On special nights, it felt like everyone was watching TV together.
And where eyeballs go... dollars always follow. Cable TV advertising exploded $49 billion between 1980 and 2000:
Most folks didn’t notice until it was too late...
But a handful of stocks in a very specific tech sector... EXPLODED
Advertising firm Omnicom (OMC), which made TV commercials for famous brands including McDonald’s, soared from $2.11/share to $50, producing 2,270% returns. Marketing firm Interpublic Group (IPG), which made TV commercials for Coca-Cola, shot up 7,232%. And cable company Comcast (CMCSA), the largest TV advertiser, soared 16,000%.
Then, about 20 years later, the cycle reset…
Media Disruptor #2: The Internet
In 2000, the internet grabbed America’s “eyeballs”...
Internet ad spending rocketed a crazy 1,437% from 2000 to 2018!
Savvy investors got rich off a very specific type of internet stock: Facebook jumped 1,159%. Google leaped 2,955%... dwarfing the S&P’s returns. And Amazon soared a crazy 36,252%.
You see, there’s a secret to the success of these stocks. An extremely profitable one that most investors fail to recognize.
Do you ever wonder how Google and Facebook make billions of dollars a year, yet their services are free to use?
Simply put, they run ads.
The Most Powerful Moneymaking Secret in All of Tech
Advertising is lucrative.
It’s why $250,000 Ferraris are parked up and down New York’s Madison Avenue, the advertising capital of the world. It’s why Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the fourth richest person in the world. And why Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are worth a combined $113 billion.
And although they keep it pretty quiet, advertising is also Amazon’s most lucrative business.
Google brought in revenue of $161.9 billion last year. That’s more than Verizon, JPMorgan Chase, Costco, and even Ford Motor generated in 2019. And about 84% of that was from advertising.
Google’s businesses cover everything from cloud computing and healthcare research to internet-beaming hot air balloons, self-driving cars, and commercial drone delivery. But the company couldn’t afford any of its exciting “Other Bets” side projects without ads.
Facebook is even more reliant on ads. In 2019, about 98.5% of the company’s $70.7 billion in revenue came from advertising.
In the past 2 cycles, getting in on the right media advertising stock would have transformed your wealth with just one simple move.
Now, in 2020, the cycle is resetting once again. And this time, streaming advertising is going to explode.
Media Disruptor #3: Streaming
You know all about the “cord-cutting” craze by now.
People are ditching cable for streaming services at the fastest rate in history.
According to Business Insider, Netflix alone has 167 million subscribers...
Per the LA Times, more households now subscribe to streaming than to cable TV!
But here’s the key…
Hundreds of millions of “eyeballs” have moved to streaming...
But almost all the television advertising dollars are still stuck with “traditional” cable TV!
In fact, according to Adweek, just $6.9 billion was spent on streaming advertising in 2019, compared to $70 billion for cable TV advertising.
We already know what’s going to happen here. But there’s one final key to this puzzle... and it’s what will make this third cycle the most lucrative one of all.
This Isn’t Just About Streaming TV Commercials
This is about the millionaire-minting power of “dynamic” commercials.
As you likely know from surfing the internet, computer programs learn over time what you’re interested in.
If you’re a dog lover, they’ll show you ads for dog treats and leashes. They won’t waste your time on cat ads.
This is called “dynamic” advertising.
It’s far, far more effective than “scattershot” ads where everyone sees the same TV commercial at the same time.
And make no mistake, dynamic ads ARE coming to your living room, thanks to internet-connected TVs (CTVs).
Dynamic ads weren’t possible with old broadcast TV networks.
CTVs are different. They allow for precise targeted advertising on your TV. They’ll learn what shows you like, what you don’t like, how old you likely are, if you have kids, etc.
Then they’ll use this information to show you ads for things you’re interested in buying. Just like Google and Facebook do on the internet today.And there’s one tiny streaming “superdisruptor” stock that’s poised to hand investors 2,000% gains or more in the years ahead.
The No. 1 Stock to Buy with Markets Swinging Wildly
Yesterday, in the most important briefing of my 15-year investing career, I shared the details on the only small-cap company that’s in position to capitalize on this trend…
A superdisruptor that has the proprietary technology to bring dynamic advertising to TV.
During this urgent event, I shared why Netflix, Disney, Amazon, Apple... and all the other rich streaming giants will soon be beating down its door. And more important, why you need to get in before March 30 to take advantage.
If you missed it, don’t worry. We’re making a free replay available for all RiskHedge readers.
I explain everything you need to know right here.Chris Wood
Editor – P5X
P.S. I understand it’s hard to think about buying stocks right now in the midst of this brutal sell-off. But the truth is: Now and the weeks ahead may well be the best opportunity you’ll ever see to get into disruptive stocks at bargain-basement prices.
Folks, the third phase of this proven moneymaking cycle is here. And it’s poised to be the most lucrative yet. Make sure you don’t miss out by clicking here.