You might not believe that what I’m about to show you is real, but I assure you the video has been left unedited.
There are no special effects and no trickery — this technology exists today, and it’s about to turn the entire technology industry on its head.
Wired magazine says it will “change the way we interact with the world.”
Mark Zuckerberg says it will be used daily by “billions of people” across the globe.
And we’ve uncovered the $7 tech firm making it all possible. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Managing Editor, Energy and Capital
At a market cap of $750 billion, Apple Inc. recently became the single most valuable company in history.
It has $34 billion in cash, sells $224 billion in products each year, and is raking in an incredible $50 billion on the bottom line.
Simply put, the brainchild of Steve Jobs has become an absolute powerhouse in the world of tech. Wired magazine even once referred to the company’s flagship product as “The Unstoppable, Unbeatable iPhone.”
But in just three minutes I’m going to show you a video clip that will completely change the way you see Apple Inc. and its flagship product.
What I’m about to show you has Tim Cook and company shaking in their boots, because the $7 tech firm behind it is guaranteed to challenge the dominance of what’s currently the largest and most powerful corporation in the world.
More importantly, though, this video clip could have profound implications on your personal and financial future. It showcases a new product that will drastically change the way you and I interact with the world, and it could even make you a fair amount of cash in the process.
But before I show you that clip I’m going to start off by making a rather bold prediction.
And I have to warn you: what I’m going to say might sound a bit crazy at first, but after reading this presentation, and learning everything that I know, I think you’ll understand.
And if you don’t, that’s okay… I know not everyone will be able to see the forest for the trees, but for those who do, this could completely change your view of the future.
More importantly, though, it could pad your bank account for years to come, if you choose to take the advice I’ll have for you at the end of this presentation.
So here it is. My bold prediction, you can even mark it on your calendar if you please:
By 2021, less than five years from today… that iPhone sitting in your pocket, or maybe you have an Android like me… is going to become completely obsolete.
But I don’t just mean your particular phone or my particular phone. I mean smartphones altogether.
In the very near future, consumers all around the world will look back at today’s smartphones the same way we look at floppy disks and flip-phones today.
Again, I know that right now, it probably sounds like that could never happen…. but let me explain exactly how I’ve arrived at this stunning conclusion.
How One Device Changed My View of the World
Now, some of you may already know who I am, some of you may not.
My name is Jason Stutman, and I get paid to learn about the technology industry and hunt down innovative, disruptive companies that are changing the rules of the game.
I absolutely love my job. I get to do some really cool stuff, and see some really cool things.
From surgical robots, to miniature drones, to the next generation of 3D printers I’ve been fortunate enough to test countless different kinds of technologies well before they even hit the market.
But there’s one kind of technology that I’ve been privy to testing out that absolutely blows my mind every time I use it and completely changes the way that I think about the future of consumer electronics.
This technology, I believe, will make these amazing pocket-sized computers that we’ve become so accustomed to over the last decade a thing of the past.
And I’m not alone either. Tech visionaries like Mark Zuckerberg are already hailing this technology as “the obvious next step” after smartphones, and they’ve been spending billions of dollars to make sure of it.
Microsoft and Google have been too…
Now, I know what you might be thinking: “That could never happen,” and I quite frankly wouldn’t blame you.
After all, we use our smartphones for everything these days. Checking our email, getting directions, talking to our friends and family, watching shows, playing games…
So when I tell you that you’re not going to need one of these devices in just a few years from today, I probably sound pretty nuts.
And just a few years ago I probably would have thought I was nuts too, but then something amazing happened.
Back in 2013 I was given a demo of this incredible device.
Now, at this point in my career I was still a little wet behind the ears, but not quite as much as the prototype I was testing.
As I’m sure you can tell, this device wasn’t anywhere near commercial production at the time. Anyone who wore it would have looked, well, about as silly as I do in this picture.
But technology moves incredibly fast these days, and you’d be pretty amazed to see what this product, and products like it, look like and are doing today…
So what is this gadget I just showed you?
Well there are a number of different names for it, but I like to call it the “iPhone Killer” — the kind of device that will bring Apple Inc., the world’s largest and most successful company ever, to its knees.
Now I must warn you: this isn’t something that’s going to happen overnight, but it WILL happen, and it will happen much sooner than most people think.
And as it does, savvy investors who take the right course of action will be rewarded beyond measure.
I’ve tested the technology, I’ve pored through the patent filings, and I can tell you this: Apple is so incredibly far behind with this tech, that the only thing that it can do, the only thing that will save it, is to abandon its flagship product, the iPhone, altogether.
Again, I know that’s difficult to believe, especially since nearly 80% of Apple’s revenue currently comes from the iPhone, but I have plenty of facts to back up my case.
The first fact, you’re going to have to see to believe.
A “Death Sentence” for the Smartphone
I’m going to show you just how amazing this “iPhone Killer” really is in a moment, but let’s take a step back first and talk a little bit about smartphones for a second.
Now this might sound like a pretty simple question, but what is a smartphone?
Is it actually still a phone? Well, yeah… but not really.
It’s much more accurate these days to think of a smartphone as a mobile computer. You might be able to make a call on it, but that’s far from the main function.
In fact, there are countless functions for smartphones today, functions that we’ve all come to know and love as applications or apps.
Over the last decade, we’ve seen a lot of amazingly popular applications for phones.
But as exciting as all these applications are, they all have the same crippling physical limit: They’re tied to a two-dimensional screen that keeps us disconnected from the real world.
Simply put? Smartphones are like technology prisons: they keep the world of computing, and by extension ourselves, trapped inside a 6-inch by 3-inch plane.
Which brings us to that video clip I mentioned just a few minutes ago: It should give you a glimpse into the future of consumer electronics, and show you exactly why the “iPhone Killer” truly is the single biggest threat facing Tim Cook and Apple Inc. today.
Now what I’m about to show you, you might not believe is real, but I assure you the video has been left unedited.
There are no special effects, no trickery: this is what the experience looks like from the person using one of these “iPhone Killers.”
There’s no doubt in my mind: what you just witnessed is the future of computing: the ability to free applications from their 2D prisons and bring them into the real world.
Why exactly is this so groundbreaking, and why do I believe this technology is destined to replace the iPhone? Well, imagine this:
Instead of having to reach into your pocket and stare down at your phone every time you need to access an application, you could simply summon it out of thin air.
Better yet, imagine you could choose any screen size imaginable, and have it follow you, wherever you look.
It would be a bit like having a weightless, 60-inch smartphone that you wouldn’t have to worry about fitting it in your pocket.
In fact, these “iPhone Killing” devices will allow you to have as many screens as you want, without taking up any extra physical space.
You could be watching a football game, chatting with distant relatives on Skype, and checking your email all at once with a single device.
But the “iPhone Killer” goes way beyond just duplicating 2D screens.
It creates an immersive environment that merges technology seamlessly into the real world…
And while you might already feel a little apprehensive about this technology at first, remember that the same feelings were once widely felt about smartphones and computers, too.
Groundbreaking technology of this magnitude is bound to take a little getting used to, but after consumers come to know just how useful the “iPhone Killer” really is, it will become an unstoppable force in the world of consumer electronics.
The result of the this will be media applications that most people today couldn’t even dream of.
Schools and classrooms will become more interactive than ever before.
Movies and cinema will come bursting to life… which is exactly why the Walt Disney Company, just dropped $60 million on a small startup that develops special cameras that film content for the “iPhone Killer.”
Even the $92 billion gaming industry is about be turned upside down, with these devices promising to destroy the stereotype of couch-potato gamers.
We’ve already seen the beginning of this trend with things like Microsoft Kinect and Nintendo Wii, but those are nothing compared to immersive environments created by the “iPhone Killer.”
We’ve all seen this kind of technology in science fiction films for years, but not until now has it actually become a reality.
As you just saw, this technology exists today, and I’m here to tell you that within just a few years, these “iPhone Killers” will be hitting store shelves and turning the entire technology industry on its head.
Even more exciting, though, I’ve located a small, little-known technology company that’s already bucking the trend.
In fact, this $7 firm has already begun quietly shipping units to Google, Microsoft, and Facebook.
And while institutional banks haven’t caught on just yet, they soon will.
This young technology firm currently trades for less than $7.00 a share, but within less than a decade, I expect it to climb as high as $450, or 64 times the price where it trades at today.
And if you think that sounds unrealistic, let me show you exactly how I arrived at that number…
Banking Intel-Like Gains (up to 6,400%)
from the $7 “iPhone Killer” Stock
You see, this small tech company produces the internal components for the “iPhone Killer,” much in the same way that Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) caught its big break supplying processors for personal computers back in the 1980s.
Back then, not many investors knew about Intel, and even those who did were often too hesitant to pull the trigger.
Those who didn’t are probably still kicking themselves today.
Today, Intel is one of the largest and most recognized technology companies in the world, sitting at a massive valuation of over $160 billion.
But not too long ago, this tech giant was trading at a mere $0.11 a share, and when the PC market finally began to take off in the mid 90s, the stock exploded to as high as $74.00.
That’s a potential 67,272% gain: enough to turn a meager $1,000 investment into $673,000. Or better yet, a $10,000 investment into $6.7 million.
Of course, the opportunity to make that kind of return on Intel has come and gone, but even those who missed the rise of the PC were able to profit off what came next: The mobile revolution.
While many people weren’t aware of it at the time, when Steve Jobs first introduced the Apple iPhone in 2006, he would create an incredibly similar opportunity for investors who took a lesson from Intel.
While growth in personal computers had come to an end, smartphones had suddenly become the next gold rush for internal component providers and savvy tech investors.
And this time around there were even more chances to turn tiny investments into nest eggs that would last a lifetime.
Smartphone chipmaker ARM Holdings (NASDAQ: ARMH) is a perfect example…
In the years leading up to the release of the iPhone, ARM was trading at just $2.39 a share.
By 2013, opportunities in the mobile phone market had sent the stock soaring to $54.80 — a 2,292% gain for investors who had the foresight to bet on mobile.
Then there’s NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) a company that manufactures graphics processing and system-on-a-chip units specifically for the mobile computing market.
In 2003, when smartphones were still in their development phase, the company was trading at just $2.71 a share.
Within just a few short years, NVIDIA’s valuation had multiplied by 1,379%!
Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ: QCOM) is another great example…
By getting in early on both the PC and Mobile revolutions, the company was able to return investors an astonishing 13,930%… Enough to turn a $10,000 investment into $1.4 million.
But just like what happened to Intel following the PC explosion in the 1990s, smartphone component companies like Qualcomm have already begun to lose their edge.
Don’t get me wrong, Qualcomm is a great company, and a good stock right now too, but its once massive growth potential has no doubt come and gone.
The truth is, if you plan to locate the next blockbuster component provider for consumer electronics — the next Intel or the next Qualcomm — you have to look at what comes after the smartphone, the same way investors once bet on what came after the PC.
This is why I’m sharing with you today the tiny, $7 tech stock that’s already providing the essential components for the “iPhone Killer.” This company is positioning itself as Intel once did with the PC, and it’s setting itself up the same way NVIDIA, AMD, and Qualcomm did with mobile.
And if this firm continues to follow in their footsteps, its shareholders will be rewarded beyond measure. In fact, by the time our “iPhone Killer” stock reaches the market cap of Qualcomm, investors will have made a 6,400% return.
If it were to reach the size of Intel, the number would be even bigger.
Mark Zuckerberg says the “iPhone Killer”
is “the obvious next step”
Now, I must warn you, there are never any guarantees in the stock market, but this tiny company providing internal components for the “iPhone Killer” is about as close as you can get.
You see, when I use the term “iPhone Killer” I’m not just referring to a single product, but rather an entire line of devices currently under development by the world’s largest technology companies.
Right now, there are three heavyweight players leading the charge:
Each of these companies is already developing their own version of the “iPhone Killer”, and each aims replace Apple as “king” of the consumer electronics hill.
But here’s the kicker: the little known $7 tech stock that I’ve uncovered has found its way into not one, not two, but all three of the “iPhone Killer” devices currently under development by Microsoft, Google, and Facebook.
After taking a look inside these three devices, we know one thing for sure: Without this tiny firm’s proprietary computer chips, the “iPhone Killer” wouldn’t even exist.
Its components have become a necessity, just as Intel’s chips once were to PCs two decades ago.
In just a moment, I’m going to explain exactly how you can profit up to 6,400% from this $7 “iPhone Killer” stock as these three technology bellwethers attempt to knock Apple off its perch.
But first, I want to give you a deeper look at this technology, so you can see for yourself why Apple has been frantically trying to poach engineers who have been working in top-secret labs on the “iPhone Killer.”
“iPhone Killer” #1: Facebook’s $2 Billion Bet
Back in 2014 Facebook purchased a company called Oculus for $2 billion in an acquisition that perplexed much of the market.
Oculus was developing a mobile device, an early stage “iPhone Killer,” that was taking the technology community by storm.
While still in its infancy, this device, known as “The Rift,” promised to bring immersive, interactive content to the average consumer everywhere.
The question, of course, was what did Facebook have anything to do with virtual content?
After all, Facebook built its fortune on social media. It was a company in the Internet and software business, not physical hardware.
Well, here’s what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had to say about Facebook’s future plans following the acquisition of Oculus:
“This is just the start. After games, we’re going to make Oculus a platform for many other experiences. Imagine enjoying a courtside seat at a game, studying in a classroom of students and teachers all over the world or consulting with a doctor face-to-face — just by putting on [the “iPhone Killer”] in your home.
“This is really a new communication platform. By feeling truly present, you can share unbounded spaces and experiences with the people in your life. Imagine sharing not just moments with your friends online, but entire experiences and adventures.
“These are just some of the potential uses. By working with developers and partners across the industry, together we can build many more. One day, we believe this kind of immersive, augmented reality will become a part of daily life for billions of people.”
Needless to say, Zuckerberg is betting big on this “iPhone Killing” device… Not just with a $2 billion acquisition, but with a long-term business plan for Facebook.
And of course, that $7 tech company I’ve been talking about is providing a crucial component for the device: a special kind of computer chip that processes images for the Oculus Rift.
Better yet, this company has found its way into the devices of two other technology giants determined to kill the iPhone: Microsoft and Google.
“iPhone Killer” #2: Microsoft’s Second
If there’s any company that would relish at the chance to take down the iPhone, it would have to be Microsoft.
Bill Gates buoyed Apple’s disastrous stock back in 1997 with a $150 million investment, only to have Steve Jobs overtake his company a decade later with the most successful computing device ever built.
Microsoft later came out publicly to say that bailing out Apple was the “craziest thing” it had ever done…
So you can bet that this time around, Microsoft won’t be doing Apple any favors: The company is looking to take back the crown, and its secret weapon is a potential “iPhone Killer.”
In Microsoft’s latest product reveal, the company demonstrated a new device called the HoloLens.
Microsoft had been working on this project in secret for years since purchasing an Israeli startup called 3DV Systems back in 2009.
After years of keeping the HoloLens under wraps, Microsoft began teasing the public with demos of what the product could do in 2014.
But get this:
Just a few months after the HoloLens was revealed, Apple was caught poaching a lead engineer from the HoloLens project.
While Apple would never admit it, the company clearly feels threatened: It’s already five years behind the ball, and it’s desperately trying to figure out how the “iPhone Killer” works.
Now, it is possible that Apple can catch up to its long-time rival Microsoft, but even if it does, that would still mean the death of the iPhone… and a massive opportunity for our $7 tech stock.
You see, this little-known company produces a special kind of display chip, essential for the HoloLens to work.
And because Apple is being forced to poach Microsoft engineers, you can bet it’ll be following a similar design approach…
Based on all our internal sources, this tiny company is the only place for Apple’s engineers to turn.
“iPhone Killer” #3: Google Gets Serious About Glass
One of the most telling indicators is that even technology giant Google relies on our $7 tech firm’s one-of-a-kind computer chips.
Specifically, Google uses the company’s chips in its Google Glass devices
Google first introduced Glass as a developer’s edition in 2013. Much of the public was excited about the project at the time, but commercial development was still several years down the road.
When Google later pulled the cord on its first generation of Glass, many news outlets began falsely claiming that Google Glass was done for good.
But in reality, Google had simply taken Glass back to the drawing board, renaming it as “Project Aura.”
You see, one of the biggest complaints about Glass was that the device looked too nerdy, which is why Google is redesigning Aura with a whole new look.
And while the appearance of Google Glass may have changed, all patents indicate its core components have remained the same.
Simply put, just as Facebook and Microsoft both rely on our tiny tech firm’s computer chips for their “iPhone Killers” to work, you can expect that Google will, too.
Why The Naysayers Never Win
Now, I know there will be a few skeptics out there, even after seeing the “iPhone Killer” in action…
But if I’ve learned one thing investing in technology stocks over the years, it’s that the naysayers always finish last.
I can remember riding in my father’s Toyota 4-Runner when I was still a child and being amazed by his $700 “car phone” that looked something like this:
Back then, most people scoffed at the idea of fitting a touchscreen computer in their pocket. Many were still laughing at the idea of the World Wide Web, too.
But as I’m sure you’ve realized over the past few decades, we live in a world where technology develops at blazing speeds.
From drones, to robots, to self-driving cars, it’s truly incredible what human ingenuity has been able to accomplish.
When you think about how far we’ve come, one thing should become perfectly clear: Anything can happen, and nothing is impossible.
In fact, it’s the technology that people think is impossible that allows you to truly multiply your wealth.
After all, that’s how people make money in the stock market: They find value in places where others can’t yet see the forest for the trees.
The trick to successful stock picking is thinking like a visionary: Taking a look at the future and asking, “What comes next?”
It’s not about coming up with reasons why something could never happen, but figuring out exactly how and when it will.
Right now, the naysayers will tell you the “iPhone Killer” is too bulky or too expensive…
And for the brief moment, they’ll be right.
But remember that mobile phones were once built like cinder blocks, and today they’re inside the pockets of every person you know.