The Tiny Company Disrupting a 12.3 Trillion Dollar Market.
In 2017, Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon, became the first person ever to reach a net worth of more than $100 billion.
Back in 1994 when he founded Amazon, it was a little more than an online bookseller.
Apple Computers co-founder Steve Jobs was called a failed businessman when he resigned in 1985 after the failed launch of the Macintosh.
With one little invention called the iPhone, Steve Jobs is now regarded as one of the greatest computer visionaries of all time with an estimated net worth of $10.2 billion at the time of his death.
Remember Blockbuster Entertainment? It was the place Americans went to binge watch movies at home. Now there’s Netflix. Thousands of movies and shows are available at your fingertips for streaming anytime, anywhere 24/7.
In 2003, Netflix traded at $0.77 a share. Now it’s trading at $285.67 a share. That’s more than a 37,000% gain!
Having the foresight to predict even one of these trends, would be life-changing.
Jeff Brown, an ex-Silicon Valley CEO, has a knack for predicting big tech trends before other investors and the mainstream media catch on.
Only a true “insider” can keep you plugged into the most explosive developments.
He was ahead of the curve on genetic editing… IPO formation… and blockchain technology.
Jeff Brown’s legendary status was confirmed when he picked chipmaker Nvidia, the small computer gaming company, to be a great “family-money safe investment.”
What many people didn’t know at the time was that Nvidia was one of the leading forces behind the great crypto boom of 2016.
Nvidia became the #1 performing stock on the S&P 500 that year.
Jeff Brown was able to spot that trend and now he’s spotted something brand new. He calls it, The Smart Phone Killer.
Here is an early prototype…
Looks like an orange puck, I know.
Simply put, it’s the biggest technological shift you’ll see this decade…
It could be bigger than Google, Amazon, and Microsoft. COMBINED.
He believes 99% will miss out entirely on this opportunity but for those paying attention, it could be like buying Netflix stock back in 2003.
So how do we play it? Where are the investment opportunities?