Get Ready Ppl, The Robots are coming……For your Job! – ConspiracyOz

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Like computers before them, robots are evolving at lightning speed… changing the world…

and creating a wave of new millionaires in the process.

Here’s how to tap this unstoppable trend for 5, 10, even 15 times your money 


Dear Reader,

He works in the dark…

24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.

He never takes lunch breaks, sick leave, or vacations. In fact, he doesn’t need health insurance.

He gets paid 30 cents per hour and can do the work of 10 men without breaking a sweat.

He’s changing the world and could make you a millionaire in the process…

I’m talking about robots.

That’s right, robots!

Thanks to remarkable technological breakthroughs, the stuff of science fiction has become science fact.

Robots are going mainstream at an astounding clip…

They are in our homes. They are in our factories. They are in our hospitals. They are on our battlefields.

They are doing jobs once considered the private domain of humans.

And like computers before them, they’re making early investors rich.

Consider Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ: ISRG), for example…

Based in Sunnyvale, California, Intuitive Surgical makes medical robots able to perform surgery at a level impossible for humans.

In fact, they are so sophisticated — and so precise — they can literally peel the skin off a grape!

Consequently, Intuitive Surgical’s stock has surged from $10 to over $500 per share.

Think about that…

That’s a 5,000% return. Folks who got in early, on the ground floor, made a stunning 50 times their money.

That’s good enough to turn $25,000 into $1.25 million on a single stock. Amazing.

And here’s the good news for you: Intuitive Surgical is only the tip of the iceberg, just a glimpse of the money you can make in the emerging robot revolution.




Even Bill Gates confirms the facts, saying that robots will be the next world-changing industry…

Gates, founder of Microsoft and one of the World’s Richest People, believes so strongly in robots that he’s launched a new division called Microsoft Robotic Studio devoted exclusively to creating software for robots.

Gates explains, “As I look at the trends that are now starting to converge, I can envision a future in which robotic devices will become a nearly ubiquitous part of our day-to-day lives.”

In fact, check out the headline of an article Gates wrote for Scientific American: “A Robot In Every Home”

Bottom line: Robots are the next big thing, they are happening right now — and if you move fast, you can make a pile of money.

Already, robots are infiltrating the home and workplace in mass…

In fact, at this moment, there are about 1.4 million industrial robots deployed around the world, as well as several million robotic devices designed for in-home consumer use.

That number is growing every day, as people realize that robots are stronger, faster, and cheaper than human labor.

For example, Foxconn Manufacturing, maker of Apple Computer’s iPhones and iPads, has announced they will replace their 1.2 million factory workers with one million robots.

And Amazon just bought Kiva Systems, a manufacturer of bright orange robots that help fill warehouse orders, for $775 million — cash.

That’s over three-quarters of a billion in cash!

“The robot revolution is here,” says Charles Thorpe, science and technology policy advisor to the White House.

“The robots are here,” states the MIT Technology Review. “Soon, they’ll be as pervasive as the Web.”

As you can imagine, politicians and mainstream media are jumping on the bandwagon…

The Obama administration recently formed the National Robotics Initiative (NRI), allocating $70 million in Federal resources to accelerate progress in the field of robotics.

And nearly every news source on the planet — including Time Magazine, 60 Minutes, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times and the Washington Post — are touting the emerging robotics revolution.

Make no mistake; we are witnessing the birth of a new industry…

An industry that will rival the PC revolution…

An industry that will usher in a wave of new millionaires…

An industry that could make you very wealthy very soon.

Listen, I don’t have to tell you that people who got in on the computer industry early got rich.

  • Early investors in Microsoft made a stunning 82,000% — good enough to turn $5,000 into $4.1 million.
  • Investors in Apple Computer made 32,000% — good enough to turn $5,000 into $1.6 million.
  • Investors in Dell made 53,000% — good enough to turn $5,000 into $2.65 million.

Today I’m going to show you exactly how to play the robotics revolution for stellar gains.

And while I can’t promise you a 82,000% return… I’m highly confident you could make 5, 10, even 15 times your money… and maybe a whole lot more.

Remember, robotics stock Intuitive Surgical has already delivered a 50 to 1 return. And that’s only the beginning.

In this report, I’ll take you inside the fascinating world of robotics…

I’ll explain why we have reached a tipping point in robotics, and why it could hand you a 1,500% return.

Most importantly, I’ll tell you all about three companies that are on the leading edge of the robot revolution.

These three companies are doing things with robots that will blow your mind. More importantly, they offer savvy investors a pure ground-floor opportunity.

In fact, owning these three stocks today would be like getting in on Microsoft, Apple, and Dell at the beginning of the computer era.

Imagine investing $10,000 today… only to wake up in a year’s time with $50,000… $100,000… even $150,000 — or more.

That is the exact opportunity you have today.

I’ll give you the details in a moment.

But first, allow me to introduce myself…

The Opportunity is Staggering

My name is Christian DeHaemer, and I’m the Senior Investment Analyst for Angel Publishing, a financial research firm based in Baltimore, Maryland.

I’m also the founder of Technology and Opportunity, an investment advisory devoted to finding leading-edge technology investments… investments that have the potential to double, triple,

quadruple, and more.

If my name sounds familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen me making the rounds on the financial news circuit. Over the years, I’ve been featured on numerous financial programs,

including Traders Nation, the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, CBS MarketWatch, Money Matters, Personal Finance Radio, and On the Money, just to name a few.

With an extensive background in finance, I have over 15 years of hard-core Wall Street experience.

I have worked side by side with some of the most astute minds in the business. In fact, I’ve got a slew of hedge fund managers, pit traders, CIOs, Intel chip designers, and patent attorneys on my speed dial.

You see, despite all the money my readers have made… I truly believe the robot stocks I’m recommending right now could generate the biggest gains ever.

We are on the cusp of a transformational change…

Robots are going mainstream, changing the world, and minting a whole wave of new millionaires in the process.

Even Bill Gates has compared robotics to computers, saying robots are evolving the same way computers did in the 1980s.

In other words, robots are the next hot industry, and this sector is poised for exponential growth.

This presents you with a remarkable opportunity — a chance to literally get in on the ground floor and increase your wealth mega-fold in a very short period of time.

So let me show you how to do that now…

The Robot Reality

When most people think of robots, they conjure up images of R2-D2 and C3PO from Star Wars… or the Terminator… or Rosie, the maid from The Jetsons


In other words, they picture walking, talking humanoids that move about society just like real humans.

But the truth is real-world robots are something much more than characters from science fiction movies.

The American Heritage Scientific Dictionary defines robot this way:

A robot is a machine that does the job of a human… either on demand or by being programmed in advance.

And while robots are very complex and fascinating, the real reason they exist — and the reason they are expanding exponentially — is quite simple: Robots do jobs better, faster, and cheaper than humans!

Consider Panasonic…

Because of robots, Panasonic is able to produce a staggering two million plasma screen televisions per month… all with just 15 people monitoring the factory floor.

The robots do all the work!


Marlin Steel is another example…

Marlin is an American company that manufactures wire baskets. Before robots, Marlin Steel’s top human workers could produce one basket every 12 seconds. Today, robots make five baskets per second.


60x Faster than a Human Worker!

The best part?

The robots do their work with precision that is “light years beyond what we were capable of before,” says Drew Greenblatt, the company’s president.

Robots are turning up everywhere…

And more and more, they are expanding into jobs that would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. For example:

  • Silicon Valley start-up Momentum Machines created a robot hamburger cook that can flip 360 patties per hour and top them off with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and a bun before serving.
  • The CIA has invested in “robot writers” that are able to create news stories by extracting and organizing information — without the need for human intervention.
  • Already, news organization like Forbes are using these robots to write earnings reports and news stories…
  • And get this: In 2012, the number of medical procedures in the United States performed by robots hit 450,000. That’s over 1,000 operations per day performed by robots!

Make no mistake; robots are on the move and already changing the workforce.



The United Nations predicts a boom in robot labor.

An estimated 225,000 robots are already on the job in the United States, with 22,598 sold to North American companies in 2012 alone. That’s a record. And the numbers will only go higher.

In fact, the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) estimates that global robot sales will hit $17 billion in 2013!

Because they are able to do jobs better, faster, and cheaper than humans, robots are positioned to transform the world.

Now, I realize it’s hard to imagine robots becoming prevalent, but that’s what people thought about computers…

Back in the 1970s, computers were big, bulky, and expensive. They were mostly used by tech experts and the military.

Today, computers are everywhere…

Why? Because they got smaller, more user-friendly, and inexpensive.

In other words, they became practical for the masses… and consequently spawned massive fortunes for early investors.

Remember, early investors in Microsoft had a chance to make a stunning 82,000%. Investors in Apple had a chance to make 32,000%. And investors in Dell had a chance to make 53,000%.

Early investors in robots will see the same opportunity.

NOW is the time to get on board. We’ve reached a tipping point, and there is no turning back.

The three companies I’m going to tell you about in a moment are absolute home runs waiting to happen.

And there are several reasons why…

“Good-bye, China!”

It used to be that companies looking for low-cost labor would outsource operations to China. In fact, according to U.S. News and World Report, America lost 2.7 million jobs to China between 2001 and 2011.

And it made sense for businesses to go to China…

After all, the average wage in 2000 was roughly $.72 per hour, a fraction of the labor cost in the United States.

But here’s the thing: China’s economy has been growing at the staggering rate of 10% annually. That’s three times the global average.

The result?

China’s wages have skyrocketed.

PBS reports that from 2000 to 2010, average wages in China’s Yangtze Delta, a manufacturing hotbed, jumped from $0.72 an hour to $8.62.

That’s a tenfold increase.

Consequently, companies are leaving China.

Already, big-name manufacturers are saying “good-bye” to China — including General Electric, Whirlpool, Caterpillar, plus scores of small to mid-sized companies.

Where are these companies going?

Some are going to lower-cost spots, like Mexico.

But in many cases, manufacturers are finding low-cost labor in the form of robots.

Robots Work for $0.30 an Hour

The average cost to operate an industrial robot is 30 cents per hour, according to Ron Potter, director of robotic technologies at Factory Automation Systems.

According to Forbes Magazine, you could double that figure to 60 cents per hour, and it would still be 1/5 the cost of a Chinese worker — and it would be 1/15 the cost of an American worker.

Consequently, businesses of all shapes and sizes are scrambling to replace human workers with industrial robots.

As I mentioned, Foxconn, maker of Apple’s iPhone and iPad, announced they’ll replace human workers with one million robots… Amazon just spent $750 million on warehouse robots…

Canon, the world’s leading camera manufacturer, plans to have a fully robotic plant by 2015 — and estimates that robots will save them $4.8 billion over four years.

The list of companies turning to robots goes on and on: Staples, Gap, Crate & Barrel, Zappos, Office Depot, Saks Fifth Avenue, Toys “R” Us, and Walgreens, to name a few.

And this transition to robots makes total sense…

Why pay a Chinese worker $8.50 when a robot can do the job for 30 cents per hour?

And keep in mind that robots don’t need health insurance or expensive benefits. And they don’t require sick leave, lunch breaks, or vacation time.

Now, it used to be that robots weren’t practical for most businesses…

Robots of the past were large, clunky, mechanical giants. They could be programmed to do a single task, and had to be kept in separate cages to protect human workers from serious injury.

In addition, when a company wanted to use a robot, they had to design their entire factory to accommodate the robot.

This required both a tremendous amount of planning and an enormous investment of time and money.

Consequently, robots were reserved for very large corporations and the military.

But times have changed…

We’ve reached a tipping point, and robots are now ready for the mainstream.

There are three reasons for this tipping point…

Tipping Point #1: Amazing Artificial Intelligence

That’s right, robots are getting smarter.

For example, IBM created a robot named “Watson.”

Watson can process up to 60 million pages of information per second. Pretty incredible…

In order to demonstrate his prowess, IBM put “Watson” on television’s Jeopardy! against former champions Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings… Using a robotic finger to press his buzzer,

Watson beat the champs for a $1 million prize.

Watson went on to compete on shows Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, Wheel of Fortune, and Survivor. And now, taking it a step further,

Watson is now reviewing case histories at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, learning to make diagnoses and treatment recommendations.

IBM business chief Manoj Saxena says 90% of nurses in the field who work with Watson now follow his guidance.

As robots get smarter, the types of jobs they can do is virtually unlimited…

Tipping Point #2: Stunning Technological Advances

Thanks to stunning technological advances, the things robots are now able to do are amazing.

For example, researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed a new sensor that is sensitive to the level of one gram.

This gives today’s robots a very gentle “touch” and makes them versatile and incredibly nimble.

In addition, scientists at Stanford University have developed artificial skin that gives robots the ability to “feel” objects as light as a butterfly.

Armed with these technologies, robots are able to do a variety of tasks requiring dexterity.

They can now fold towels, change tires, and even mix drinks.

In many cases, robots are so sophisticated, they can perform tasks well beyond the capabilities of the most dexterous humans…

Take a Philips Electronics factory, for example, where a robot arm endlessly forms three perfect bends in two connector wires and slips them into holes too small for the eye to see.

“With these machines, we can make any consumer device in the world,” says Binne Visser, an electrical engineer who manages the Philips assembly line.

And get this: Technology has become so sophisticated that robots are now able to drive cars… legally!

Google has developed robot cars that are now officially legal in California. Armed with video camera, radar sensors, a GPS, a laser range-finder, and a computer system… the fleet of 12 cars

(mostly Toyota Priuses) have already logged over 300,000 miles of driverless travel on California’s highways.

California Governor Jerry Brown calls the autonomous cars “science fiction becoming reality.”

Here’s the incredible thing: Robot drivers react faster than humans, have 360-degree perception, and do not get distracted, sleepy, or intoxicated.

And it’s not just cars…

In February 2012, Congress passed a law that will open national airspace to unmanned aircraft by 2015.

More and more, technology is taking robots beyond the abilities of humans.

Of course, until recently, the cost of robots made them prohibitive for most people to use.

Not anymore…

Tipping Point #3: Dramatically Declining Costs

As technology improves, the cost of robots has declined.

According to Kiplinger, the cost of robots has experienced dramatic declines over the past few years.

Consider the new sensor developed by Harvard University… Not only is the sensor better than previous sensors, but it is also ten times cheaper than anything on the market.

Bottom line: Robots are getting smarter, more sophisticated, and cheaper.

Put that all together, and what have you got?

That’s right: a wave of new robots that are not only affordable for the masses, but are able to accomplish advanced human tasks.

Let me introduce you to one now.

Meet Baxter, the New Face of America’s Workforce











Standing six feet tall, Baxter represents a whole new generation of industrial robots.

At first glance, he seems like something out of The Jetsons. But he is absolutely real…

First, Baxter is small, agile, and nimble.

He has cutting-edge sensors and a 360-degree sonar camera. That means he can detect when humans are around him. In fact, when a human approaches,

Baxter slows down his work pace and even “looks” at the human using his cartoon-like face.

Consequently, Baxter is safe to work right next to humans. No need for special integration or protective cages.

Baxter is also extremely flexible. He is pre-programmed to do a variety of tasks. That means he can go from job to job without costly reprogramming.

The incredible thing is Baxter is smart and can be trained to do different jobs.

That’s right, he can be “trained.”

It’s almost as if he has a brain. All you need do is take his hand and show him what you want him to do: pick something up,

put parts together, etc. And because of his intelligence, he can be easily moved from task to task, job to job, all with a simple training session!

Baxter is almost like bringing another human into the workforce. He is agile, gentle, flexible, and smart. He is easy to use and can adapt to changing job requirements.

In other words, he is ideal for the small manufacturer.

But the best part is his price tag…

Most industrial robots cost a minimum of $100,000 and run well over $500,000. Throw in another $200,000 to train, and you are looking at a potential $1 million to get a robot online.

Baxter costs a mere $22,000 — and because he comes pre-programmed, there are no additional costs.

In short, Baxter costs 1/10 as much as traditional robots, can be set up in an hour instead of months, and has the flexibility to perform any number of tasks.

This makes robots like Baxter ideal for small businesses looking to cut costs.

(Remember, the average cost to operate a robot is 30 cents per hour!)

According to Inc. Magazine, robots like Baxter could replace 30 million human workers in the next decade.

Already, robots are taking the workforce by storm.

And the impact they are having on companies that use them is profound.

For example, leading maker of plastic novelties Characteristix Limited has used robots to boost its manufacturing performance by over 100%.

Franklin Bronze, a producer of ceramic shells, used a robot to increase daily production from 140 to 200 parts… while cutting man-hours in half.

Australian company D&M, which specializes in spray painting, added robots to its production process and saw both productivity and profitability rise by 80%.

In addition, robots are so efficient, the company reduced paint consumption by 35%.

Kverneland Group, a manufacturer of agricultural machines, has used robots to reduce production time from 180 minutes to a mere 45 minutes.

As I mentioned, robots are so efficient, Panasonic has been able to produce up to two million plasma screen televisions per month, all with just 15 people monitoring the factory floor.

Can you see the potential here?

There is almost nothing that robots can’t do… and to stay competitive, companies will be forced to either go with robots — or get crushed.

As more and more companies move to using robots, the companies that provide the robots will soar.

The upside is virtually unlimited…

According to Jeff Burnstein, president of the Robotic Industry Association, only about 10% of the companies that could benefit from robots have installed any so far.

James Ross, senior portfolio manager at Alliance Bernstein, told CNBC that 2013 will see the robotics sector reaching critical mass…

“We forecast a steep change in the automation market over the next few years,” says Ross.

“Currently worth $100 billion, we expect it to quadruple by 2020, putting it on a par with the market for e-commerce.”

That means the field is wide open.

We are literally at the birth of a whole new industry — and people who get in now can expect to make a small fortune.

Already, Intuitive Surgical has delivered early investors a stunning 50-fold return… good enough to turn $25,000 into over $1.2 million.

This is only the beginning.

Now, should you invest in Intuitive?

You could. The stock still has a lot of room to run…

But I’ve isolated three other stocks that have a pure ground floor.

These companies would be like getting in on Dell, Apple, and Microsoft back at the beginning of the computer revolution.

Let me tell you about them now…

Robot Stock #1
Ride the Robot Revolution for 15x Your Money

“If you just want to pick one thing, it’s got to be robots.”

That’s a quote from Bill Gates.

And he’s right. If you want to make a small fortune, the place to put your money is robots.

Now, I can tell you with absolute confidence: If you pick just one robot stock for the next five years… it’s GOT TO BE this stock.

This company is on the cutting edge of robotics. Their technology is revolutionary, and they’re transforming entire industries — from defense and law enforcement to health care and domestic services.

Getting in on this company today would be like buying Microsoft back in 1986. People who did so had a chance to make 86,000%.

The company I’m talking about has similar potential.

Just consider what they’re doing in health care…

As you may know, America is experiencing a severe doctor shortage.

And it’s only going to get worse…

Forbes Magazine declares: “Thanks To ObamaCare, A 20,000 Doctor Shortage Is Set To Quintuple”

That’s right…

The shortage could quintuple over the next decade, thanks to the aging of America’s population.

Bottom line: There are too many patients and not enough doctors.

Consequently, doctors are spread too thin and unable to keep up with their caseloads. At the same time, patients — especially in remote areas — are unable to get the quality care they need.

That’s where robots come in…

The company I’m recommending today has developed a robot that will help solve the doctor shortage, saving lives in the process. And using this robot, doctors can visit patients from anywhere in the world.

The robot stands five feet tall and has a large computer screen for a face. The robot is armed with patients’ digital medical records, a state-of-the art navigation system, and a full arsenal of medical equipment,

including a digital stethoscope, otoscopes (used to look in ears), and an ultrasound imaging system.

When a doctor wants to visit a patient, he doesn’t even need to set foot in the hospital. Simply by pushing a button on his iPad, the doctor can send the hospital-based robot to the patient’s room.

Because the robot has dozens of sensors, it can navigate busy hospital corridors on its own, completely autonomously!

A two-way video allows the doctor and the patient to see and speak with each other, and with a zoom feature, the doctor can read the patient’s chart and even check his eyes for dilated pupils.

In other words, the robot allows the doctor to examine the patient as if he were in the room and determine the right course of action.

Make no mistake; this is cutting edge.

The robot allows doctors to visit multiple hospitals and check on patients who could be thousands of miles apart…

This truly breaks down geographic boundaries and provides expert care to all parts of the country.

“This is changing the landscape of medicine and leveling the playing field of treatment. This has definitely saved lives,

” says Alan Shatzel, a neurologist and the medical director at Mercy Telehealth Network in Sacramento, California.

Here’s the best part: The company just received FDA approval for their hospital robots.

And get this: They are the ONLY company to have the approval of the FDA, giving them a virtual monopoly on this technology.

Think about that…

We’re talking about must-have technology — the future of health care — and this company has the playing field all to themselves.

Already they’ve dispatched robots to seven hospitals, including UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.

But this is only the beginning. With over 5,700 hospitals in the United States alone, the potential is mind-boggling.

Now, given this technology alone, this company has pure home run potential…

I wouldn’t be surprised to see their share price soar mega-fold in the coming months.

But here’s the thing: Hospital robots are only one small aspect of this company. In addition, they have developed security robots that are already saving lives on streets and battlefields around the world.

Robots Provide Frontline Defense

These robots perform bomb disposal and other dangerous missions for troops and first responders.

In fact, a fleet of their robots was deployed during the Boston Marathon bombings manhunt.

They were also on the scene during the Fukushima nuclear plant accident in Japan, where intense levels of radiation had made it too dangerous for human rescue workers to operate.

More than 5,000 have been delivered to military and civil defense forces worldwide, and they have been used extensively by U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.

This company just received a multi-million-dollar contract to provide security robots to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup.

When you combine their security robots with their hospital robots, this company is rock solid — and could truly deliver 5, 10, even 15 times your money or more.

And it gets better…

You see, perhaps the most lucrative aspect of this company is their consumer services robots.

That’s right… I’m talking about robots that work in the home.

“A Robot in Every Home”

Bill Gates wrote that he expects to see a robot in every home in the coming years…

And this company is on track to make that happen. In fact, they’ve developed a squadron of “home robots” that could make housework a thing of the past.

For example, they have developed robots that vacuum, wash floors, clean pools, and more.

Think of your most tedious housecleaning task…

Now think about never having to do it again.

Indoors and out, this company’s robots are engineered for cleaning performance and convenience, bringing the latest robotic technology to real-world homes.

Sounds unbelievable, right? Like something out of The Jetsons…

But this is for real. In fact, this company has already sold six million home robots — and they are just getting started.

When you consider the markets this company is tapping, and their exclusive FDA approval for hospital robots, the opportunity here is truly remarkable.

Remember I told you about Intuitive Surgical… the stock that soared from $10 to over $500?

This company has similar upside… and folks who get in now can expect to multiply their money exponentially.

Already, the smart money is getting in…

In fact, Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, and Oppenheimer have already taken multi-million-dollar positions in this company.

I suggest you get in as well. Right now. On the ground floor.

In order to help you get a piece of the action, I’ve put together a special report called, “Ride the Robot Revolution for 15 Times Your Money”and you can claim a free copy today.

I’ll tell you how to get your free copy in just a moment…

But first, let me tell you about another robot stock that offers absolutely staggering upside potential…

Robot Stock #2
Underwater Robots Tap Ocean’s Black Gold Riches

As you may know, an underwater robot named “Argo” was responsible for discovering the wreckage of the Titanic back in 1985, at a depth of nearly 12,000 feet.

What you may not realize, however, is that modern underwater robots offer an unprecedented profit opportunity… an opportunity that could make you rich in the months and years ahead.

Here’s why…

Modern society consumes tremendous amounts of oil. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the United States consumes over 18 million barrels of oil per day.

And that’s just the United States!

When you factor in China, India, and all the emerging countries that are thirsting for oil… the numbers are staggering.

In 2012, the world consumed nearly 90 million barrels of oil per day. That’s a record…

Right now, prices are surging to over $105 per barrel.

But here’s the thing: Despite recent oil discoveries in the Bakken region of the United States, the demand for oil is insatiable.

That’s because many of the on-land, traditional oil wells are running dry…

“There’s no where left to drill,” says oilman T. Boone Pickens.

That’s why more Big Oil titans — companies like Exxon, Shell, Chevron, BP, and Petrobras — are venturing into the ocean in search of oil riches. And make no mistake; that’s exactly where the oil is.

“Deepwater oil fields are a final frontier,” says USA Today.

The U.S. government estimates that the Gulf of Mexico holds somewhere around 70 billion barrels of oil. Combined with the entire Outer Continental Shelf,

there’s thought to be more than 85 billion barrels of undiscovered crude off the coast of the U.S.

That’s more than enough oil to last the United States for a decade.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg…

By 2020, 40% of U.S. oil could come from offshore, according to analysts at IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates.

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), more than half the oil discovered since 2000 is in deep water.

For example, Petrobras discovered a staggering eight-billion-barrel oil field off the coast of Brazil. That’s the size of the entire Bakken oil field located in the United States!

What’s incredible is Petrobras then found another oil field off Brazil that has an estimated 40 billion barrels of oil.

That’s the biggest oil field discovery in over 30 years — onshore or off.

Bottom line: There are massive quantities of oil under the ocean. It truly is oil’s final frontier. The only problem is drilling on the bottom of the sea is difficult… and dangerous.

According to Newsweek Magazine, temperatures exceed 450 degrees at that depth. And the 20,000 pounds of pressure per square inch is enough to crush a dump truck.

Traditional drilling methods simply don’t work.

Fortunately, I’ve uncovered a company that has a solution…

In fact, they have created a fleet of underwater robots called Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs).

ROVs are unoccupied, highly maneuverable, and operated by a person aboard a vessel.

They are loaded with the most sophisticated technology on the planet: cutting-edge video transmission equipment… still cameras… acoustic positioning systems… sonars… magnetometers…

in addition, ROVs have robotic arms that can lift over 11,025 pounds (that’s over five tons!).

Plus, they have multiple “manipulators” and “grabbers” capable of performing numerous deep-sea tasks.

Most importantly, ROVs can go places humans can’t.

One of this company’s ROV robots just set a record by working off the coast of India at a 10,385 feet water depth. That’s nearly two miles deep! Amazing.

ROVs are literally the eyes, ears, and hands of their operators… and allow oil firms to drill through the ocean floor and tap some of the richest oil reserves on the planet.

Already, this company has landed contracts with the biggest players in the oil business, including Exxon, Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell, and Petrobras

(the company that found the 8 billion and 40 billion barrel oil fields off the coast of Brazil).

Make no mistake: As the big oil firms pursue operations in deep water, this company stands to make a fortune.

In fact, the company set an annual earnings record in 2012… and in the first quarter of 2013, they increased earnings per share by a whopping 47%.

This company marks the new face of energy exploration. It is an absolute no-brainer for any investor’s portfolio.

The company is solid. In fact, in April 2013, they announced a 22% dividend increase.

In the coming months and years, we are likely to see this company grow exponentially. Their stock has delivered over 600% gains over the last few years and is poised to do it again…

Folks who get in now can expect exceptional returns.

This company is also featured in my breaking report, “Ride the Robot Revolution for 15 Times Your Money.

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I’ll show you how to get your copy in just a moment. But first, let me tell you about another robot company that could make you a pile of money…

Robot Stock #3
How the “Robot Factory” Could Triple Your Money

As I mentioned, world robot demand is surging.

And nowhere is this demand increase more prevalent than in the industrial robot sector.

(By the way, an “industrial robot” is a robot used by a business to help run their operations.)

In 2011, industrial robot sales increased 38% to 166,028 units, by far the highest level ever recorded for one year. The pace continued in 2012, with 22,598 robots sold in the United States alone.

And things are just getting started…

In fact, the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) estimates that global robot sales will hit $17 billion in 2013!

Manufacturers are turning to robots in record numbers… and the companies that make robots are ready to skyrocket.

Of course, there are a number of robot manufacturers. But there is one industrial robot company that stands head and shoulders above the rest…

This company is the world leader in industrial robots.

The great part is no one has ever heard of them.

That’s because they are highly secretive. They hold their cards close to the vest.

In fact, they don’t have an investor relations department, and they don’t do conference calls with Wall Street analysts. Consequently, Wall Street ignores them.

This gives you an extraordinary opportunity to get in on the ground floor.

The company is like a futuristic city. It covers 1.5 million square meters, including 12 research and development centers. And there are robots everywhere.

In fact, the company uses 2,000 robots in their own production process.

That’s right: Robots making more robots!

The incredible thing is because they use robots, the company runs its operations day and night. Their factories often run unsupervised for 30 days at a time.

Says a company vice president: “Not only is it lights out, but we turn off the air conditioning and heat, too.”

The result? A streamline operation… with robots making other robots… and banking cash like you’ve never seen.

In fact, the company is sitting on $9.25 billion in cash and has ZERO debt.

They have $6.3 billion in revenue with a whopping 25% profit margin. Pretty amazing.

The company is so cutting edge that in 2012, Forbes added it to its list of “World’s Most Innovative Companies.”

Already, their customer base reads like a who’s who of manufacturers: General Electric, Rolls Royce, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, NASA, Lockheed Martin, and Raytheon.

Again, because of their secretive nature, Wall Street has all but ignored this company. But that’s going to change…

As more and more companies turn to robots, this company is going to expand exponentially.

In fact, the company just completed a new factory, allowing them to boost production to 5,000 robots per month. That means they can meet 40% of global industrial robot demand on their own.

This company is the Apple of the robot industry.

They’re the world leader — and they are just getting warmed up.

Already, they’ve delivered 100% gains to investors, and this is only the beginning. This company has the potential to make early investors a fortune.

In order to help you get in early, I’ve put together a special report called, “Ride the Robot Revolution for 15 Times Your Money.

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Posted on February 7, 2014, in ConspiracyOz Posts. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Unbelievable! If you invest in this then you are supporting the Globalists in making us Government dependent (Welfare Cheque etc) and supporting the Demise of the General Population as we know it…

    What will they do with all the ‘Useless Eaters’?
    Answer: Soylent Green … Let them consume themselves..Ha Ha
    (Oversized Belly Larf from the Globalists)

    – This must NOT Happen, keep the Fight Real Ppl – Mick Raven


  2. Anenome Ofglobalgov

    Do they have robots that can hunt globalists?


  3. If robots did almost everything for us what would be the necessity of money?
    That said wasn’t all this robot stuff about making 1000’s% return on money?
    Do these robots sound like programmable servants?
    Is the key principle that these servants will work for less or even nothing?

    Who will be the puppeteers?

    Who will manage the people?-Who will be the marionettes?

    Just thought I would put the questions out there.


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