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It’s a $19 trillion opportunity according to Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO).
That’s trillion with a “T”—roughly the same size as the entire National Debt of the United States.
One expert calls it “the largest growth opportunity in the history of humans.”
So it’s no surprise that Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and General Electric (NYSE: GE) just announced a partnership designed to take advantage of this unprecedented growth opportunity.
But, while the sound-bite jockeys in the financial media trumpet the most obvious companies…
One renegade investor has been quietly identifying the under-the-radar companies that are positioning themselves to take advantage of this potentially era-defining tech trend.
I’ve laid out the full story on this incredible tech trend in a FREE video report.
Before you run out to buy GE or Microsoft or any of the other obvious names you keep hearing about you are going to want to check out this video.
Because inside you’ll discover why some megarich investors are rushing to cash in on this tech trend.
And you’ll find out how one legendary investor is preparing for this incredible opportunity.
But if you want to get in on this opportunity, I encourage you to act quickly.
Because this technology could hit the mainstream any time.
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