Something extraordinary is being assembled at Facebook Headquarters… and it’s so sensitive… not even Mark Zuckerberg is allowed into the room holding it without prior special permission
Why was a scale model of it hand delivered to Pope Francis?
Wall Street knows the answer and so should you!
Early investors in this revolutionary technology are in a perfect position to see another 1,152% gain in just over 2 years!
You deserve to be one of them!
Deep in the bowels of building 17 at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, California is a room called Area 404.
It’s 22,000 square feet!
If you own a home that’s 2,000 square feet, put 11 of them side-by-side and you’ll get an idea of how big this room is.
It’s bigger than an airplane hangar!
Why so big?
It’s filled with monster-sized machinery.
X-ray machines, MRI scanners, banks of computers, milling stations – even a water jet that can cut through steel, stone and almost anything else, except maybe diamonds.
And to support the weight of all that heavy machinery, Facebook had to drill giant support columns down into the bedrock beneath the building.
How much is Facebook investing in this secret “operation”?
Hundreds of millions of dollars!
Who works there?
The former head of DARPA (the government agency responsible for developing futuristic technologies for the military), and hundreds of scientists, engineers and technicians.
That should give you an idea of why this thing is so hush-hush.
What are they building in there?
Obviously, very few people have seen it up close.
Nonetheless, we know Area 404 harbors a technological breakthrough not even science fiction had imagined.
Once it’s released… actually it’s already being released, secretly, on a very limited scale, in various remote places around the world…
But when it’s fully released… without limit, or restraint…
You’ll wake up one morning…
And what you’ll see outside your window will be the benefits of a future that otherwise might take us 20-30 years to get to.
I know that’s a bit obtuse, hard to visualize. So in a moment I’ll show you a few pictures of what exactly I mean.
Why is it called Area 404?
Well, that’s actually a sort of inside joke…
When you’re browsing the internet, and you arrive on a webpage that doesn’t exist, you’ll see the 404 screen: Not Found.
Area 404 has been designed by Facebook not to be found.
Yet, here’s the strange part…
Facebook isn’t the only company building this thing… this device.
Google is attempting to build it, too.
As are other tech heavy weights like Intel and Microsoft.
They’re all building their own versions of it.
And here’s the real shocker…
Not one of these companies has any intention, as far as we know, of selling these devices.
Not to consumers, you and me, not to businesses – not to any one!
They intend to keep these devices all for themselves – which isn’t very sporting of them of course.
Because almost every company in practically every corner of the globe could profit from them.
Which is why, with the scent of money in the air, an entirely new industry is rising up to design, develop, manufacture and sell these revolutionary devices.
Devices with near limitless uses and capabilities, as I will show you.
And because it’s expected that these devices could create thousands of jobs where none existed before…
Universities have begun offering courses and degrees in all things related to these devices.
Devices that could eventually number in the hundreds of millions…
That’s why Wall Street is so excited…
Not only because these devices use a multitude of advanced new technologies, not the least of which is artificial intelligence…
And you know how Wall Street loves new, transformative and disruptive technologies…
But rather because Wall Street sees how these devices could be the fuel to power a 21st century style industrial and technological revolution …
A techno-industrial revolution that could create wealth and fortunes that might rival the wealth and fortunes of the industrial revolution.
And what investor wouldn’t like to see that?
Consider… a $100,000 investment in Standard Oil in 1870 – which produced the oil that fueled the Industrial Revolution…
Would’ve returned $2.3 million in 1892.
Which amounts to roughly $61,800,000 in today’s money.
A return of 2,200%.
But we’re not talking about fuel here, liquid or otherwise.
In the last analysis, despite all the sophisticated technologies this device employs…
…It’s still a machine.
Albeit a very advanced and revolutionary machine.
So a better analogy would be to compare it to another revolutionary machine that made its debut in the early years of the Industrial Revolution.
A machine so “otherworldly” it created future shock in the eyes of people who never imagined such a thing was possible.
Nor did they ever think it would change the world – exactly as this device could.
I’m referring of course to the automobile.
Had you invested $100,000 in Ford Motor stock in 1903…
By 1919 – just 16 years later – you’d be sitting on $348 million.
In today’s money, that’s roughly $4.8 billion.
A gain of 347,900%.
And that’s because whenever a new technology changes the world – changes the lives of virtually every human being living and yet to be born…
The money investors stand to make – if they’re quick enough, and smart enough to jump in early enough…
That’s the stuff fortunes and stock market legends are made of.
Of course, it’s easy to dismiss this as “just talk.”
But try telling that to these investors who became multi-millionaires…
Investors who, in the early 1980s, dared to buy shares of IBM, Microsoft, Intel, and of course Apple, when personal computers first came on to the scene and changed the world forever…
Even though personal computers in those early days were roundly dismissed as a gimmick, a toy and a useless amusement.
Yet, when the laughter finally died down…
Enough millionaires were created to populate an entire city.
Between March 1st 1986 and December 1st 1999…
Microsoft split 8 times, and its stock rose, split adjusted, 58,280% in less than 14 years…
A $10,000 investment would’ve returned $5,828,000.
Which is why these Microsoft investors were famously dubbed “Microsoft Millionaires.”
IBM’s stock didn’t do nearly as well for investors…
Nonetheless, between October 1st 1981 and April 1st 1999, its shares rose from $13.44 to $132.
A gain of 915%.
And by 2013, its stock had reached $213 a share.
A gain of 1,538%.
Intel’s stock did far better. Between February 1st 1988 and August 1st 2000, its stock rose from $.72 a share to $75.83 a share.
A gain of 10,432%.
A mere $10,000 investment would’ve returned $1,050,000.
Apple’s stock did pretty good, too. Between August 1st 1989 and May 1st of last year, it rose from $1.40 a share to $132.97 a share, split adjusted.
A gain of 9,398%.
Of course, today all these companies are big, blue chip stocks – stock market legends…
But when investors were first made aware of them and advised to invest in them… they were small cap stocks… risky speculations.
Today, they possess very little risk. Which is one reason why their days of massive gains are long gone.
However, in a moment I’ll reveal why the revolutionary devices Facebook, Google and others are assembling could present you with gains similar to the gains these tech giants delivered to many of their early investors.
But don’t for a moment think that piling on risk is necessary for achieving triple or quadruple-digit gains.
Successful investors understand the trick is to always minimize risk and maximize gain.
There are many ways to do this of course, balancing risk with reward. Books have been written about it.
And obviously, when done successfully you could become quite rich and wealthy.
So allow me to show you how I’ve done it, and continue to do it today.
My name is Chris Wood.
I’m the managing editor of Extraordinary Technology.
One of the longest running and most highly regarded small cap technology newsletters published today.
Because not only do I know a great deal about small cap stocks… and extraordinarily transformative technologies…
I show investors how to tilt the scales firmly away from risk and heavily towards reward.
Readers of Extraordinary Technology have seen more triple digit gains in far less time than average technology investors could ever hope to achieve on their own.
Sometimes, more often than not, it takes a bit longer to see triple digit gains.
But as long as the company I’ve recommended stays the course… we eventually get there. So I was quite happy when…
And I certainly have nothing against double-digit gains.
Actually, they’re our bread and butter. And we have more than I’ve got time to count. A small sampling:
Of course, we’ve had losses, too.
But in our 9 years recommending companies in the always volatile tech sector…
We had only one losing year. We were down 23%.
It happens. But when your “up years” far outnumber your “down years” by almost 10 to 1…
In a sector considered high risk…
You’re obviously balancing risk with reward extraordinarily well.
And when you come across an opportunity like the one I’m about to introduce you to…
Yes, there’s risk, possibly considerable risk… but at the same time the potential rewards could be enormous.
But here’s the funny thing… the great irony…
This new, disruptive, wonderful, world changing device that Facebook, Google, Intel, Microsoft – even Wal-Mart, Amazon, Warren Buffet and a long list of others – is rushing to get out the door and into service…
The idea of it, the driving force behind it, isnot new.
In the same way the idea behind the Tesla Model S is no different than the idea behind the Ford Model T – which in essence is to provide 4-wheel transportation.
However, the technology under the Tesla hood is vastly different, and vastly superior to what you got with the Model T.
Indeed, by comparison it’s revolutionary.
It’s why Tesla stock rose from $22 to $288 a share – a 1,152% gain in a little over 2 years.
And why a $10,000 investment in Tesla could’ve turned into a $125,200 windfall in just over 2 years.
But back to my original point…
The idea behind this device in Facebook’s Area 404… and in other laboratories at other companies across America… is just as revolutionary as Tesla’s all-electric luxury car.
Yet, its origins – the idea behind it – can be traced back to 1849…
To Austria, when it sent unmanned hot air balloons filled with explosives to attack Italy.
So now let me pull back the curtain… and reveal this transformative and revolutionary device…
What Facebook, Google, Amazon and others are rushing to develop…
Are unmanned aerial systems, sometimes referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles…
Otherwise known as drones.
But not the types of drones you might be familiar with.
The drones Wall Street is so excited about are not the “off the shelf” store bought variety.
Here’s a picture of Mark Zuckerberg handing Pope Francis a scale model of Facebook’s drone – the device being built inside building #17.
It’s called Aquila, and it had its first test flight in June.
Facebook intends to build a fleet of these solar powered drones – and keep them aloft permanently.
Their purpose: to beam free internet access (and with it Facebook access) to every corner of the world where internet access doesn’t exist.
Thereby enabling millions more people to click on the advertisements on Facebook’s pages…
Advertisements that have helped Facebook grow into a $374 billion dollar company and reach a share price as high as $132 since its IPO in 2012.
A gain of 633%
Facebook is obviously convinced these drones will drive its market cap, its share price, and its profits even higher.
For Facebook… drones are money in the bank.
But Facebook is not the only company to believe drones will be a gold mine for their bottom line…
Indeed, the entire American economy could soon be transformed by them…
Just as the industrial revolution transformed America into the greatest nation on earth – and the ultimate beneficiaries were the American people, the American way of life and the advancement of civilization as a whole.
Right now there are Wall Street analysts who believe the drone industry could be worth $27.1 billion annually.
Goldman Sachs, however, thinks that’s way too low. It places a $100 billion annual valuation on it.
Analysts at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Allianz believe it to be closer to $127 billion.
$27 billion or $127 billion, either way it’s clear…
The drone industry is bursting with opportunities – particularly for investors.
But I should warn you…
And I say this with sadness…
Most investors will lose money investing in the new “drone economy.”
They’ll back the wrong horses.
Because as soon as they realize how much money there is to be made…
They’ll throw their money at every drone related company they find – whether that company is deserving of their dollars or not…
And they’ll lose their money.
But that can’t be my concern.
My job is not to protect every investor out there from themselves – from making foolish investment decisions.
My job is to protect YOU.
And beyond that, my research is meant to guide you – to help you make the right investment decisions…
Indeed, the investment ideas and opportunities I’m going to present to you…
They could help you become far wealthier, and far happier, than those poor souls who only have the mass media, their emotions – and their gut to guide them.
The drone revolution, if you choose wisely among its many opportunities…
Could be your ticket to a life of financial success, free from want – and free of hardship.
Of course, nothing in life is ever guaranteed. And every investment carries the risk of failure.
However, I strongly believe, the opportunity you’re being presented with today is second to none.
So please pay close attention to what I’m about to reveal – because if you act upon that information forcefully, quickly and with determination…
I believe you could capture triple and quadruple-digit gains and possibly…
But please do not blind yourself – allow yourself to make the costly mistake of…
Believing drones are just another gimmick, another fad, another mindless amusement.
History is filled with examples of investors who made that same tragic mistake – discounting the value of a disruptive technology – viewing it as folly – a waste of time and money.
Nothing could illustrate this short-sightedness better than what happened on a misty morning on December 17, 1903…
When Wilbur and Orville Wright proved a man could fly – if only a few hundred feet.
Yet, thousands of otherwise smart and successful investors turned their back on that 12-second flight…
They couldn’t imagine how they could make money investing in these flimsy things… these aero planes.
Indeed, imagination and foresight was what they were lacking most of all.
So they never bought shares in three small startups that would grow to become the Boeing, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics of today.
And they missed their single greatest chance to live in luxury and comfort for the rest of their lives.
More recently, had you refused to believe an iPod, an iPhone – or before that – a laptop, a desktop computer, could change your life and the lives of every living being on the planet…
You wouldn’t have bought shares of Apple, IBM or Microsoft when their shares were trading for next to nothing.
On the other hand, had you allowed yourself to believe – and had early access to the facts – facts like those I’m about to share with you about the coming drone revolution...
Today, you might have millions of dollars at your disposal!
More money than you could spend in a lifetime!
Now history is about to repeat itself…
And you’ll have another chance to see the gains – the money – you always dreamed of.
But don’t think the type of drones, and the industry it’s giving rise to, looks only like this:
This is precisely the mistake most investors will make.
They will see drones only as a consumer item. Part of the recreational and hobby market.
The drone pictured above is manufactured by DJI, a privately held Chinese company.
DJI currently owns about 70% of the recreational drone market.
And someday DJI may choose to go public… and it might be a good investment.
Hard to see how a company that owns 70% of its target market wouldn’t be. But that’s a discussion for another time.
Nonetheless, most investors will focus on the public drone companies that occupy the remaining 30% of the recreational market. Like GoPro and others.
Big, BIG mistake!
Yes, the recreational drone market is growing – and rapidly…
Sales are doubling year over year – and it’s expected that nearly 3 million drones will be sold this year.
During the 2015 holiday season alone an estimated 1 million drones were sold.
Nonetheless, recreational drones is not where the big money is.
The real money, the truly big money is in commercial drones – the drones industries and businesses are buying and using for the benefit of consumers.
And in a moment I’ll show you exactly how commercial drones could make your life infinitely easier and more comfortable.
To think… it was only three years ago that Amazon opened everyone’s eyes to drones and all they could do… when it announced it will use drones to deliver packages to its customers.
Of course, at the time everyone laughed – thought it was a publicity stunt. A gimmick.
But it wasn’t.
Amazon is deadly serious about using drones, and for good reason…
Amazon paid a whopping $13 billion to ship goods to its customers in 2015.
That’s nearly 12% of Amazon’s total sales – and 24% more than it spent the previous year.
Drones, on the other hand, according to analysts, could make deliveries for less than $1 per package.
That’s about one-eighth the cost of using FedEx and one-thirteenth the cost of using UPS ground.
And when you consider that 86% of what Amazon ships are small packages weighing less than five pounds…
You better believe Amazon is investing in drones.
And when Amazon begins its drone delivery service – if you shop on Amazon… you might end up saving money as well.
But I’m not talking here only about saving money…
Just to give you an idea of how fast Amazon is moving on the drone delivery track…
Look at this sketch of one of the many drone-related patents Amazon has filed.
It’s a light pole with a docking station atop it for two delivery drones.
The ideas is… instead of sending drones long distances to your home from its distribution centers…
Amazon’s drones would stop off at “way stations” on light poles and office-building rooftops among other places.
There they’d recharge, get updated weather and traffic reports and download final delivery instructions.
And if you live in the city, Amazon has drawn up plans to deliver your packages to “smart lockers” positioned on rooftops.
It’s estimated Amazon could deliver 400 million packages a year with drones.
What does that tell you? Just read between the lines and it becomes perfectly clear…
Drones could revolutionize not only the way businesses operate…
For that reason and many others, which I’ll share with you…
You’d be wise to take positions right now in three drone-related companies I’m currently recommending to Extraordinary Technology readers.
After all, just imagine the size of the drone market that will open up – and not just for investors – when Amazon begins drone deliveries…
Or when the U.S. Postal Service delivers your mail by launching drones from the rooftops of its delivery vans (which according to the Wall Street Journal could already be in the works)…
Or when Mercedes Benz builds those kinds of delivery vans – which it has announced it’s doing…
Or when America’s largest retailer, Wal-Mart, also enters the drone market.
In fact, the New York Times reports Wal-Mart is now testing drones at a number of its large warehouses.
Heck, Domino’s has already started testing drones to deliver pizza!
Even 7-Eleven is getting into the act.
In a test run, it recently delivered, via drone, a chicken sandwich, donuts, coffee, candy, and of all things Slurpees to a home in Reno, Nevada.
But brick and mortar retailers aren’t the only ones who want to use drones…
Google recently purchased Titan Aerospace, which designs ultra-lightweight solar-powered drones.
In Texas, Microsoft will be deploying drones with special hi-gain vision technology.
They plan to identify areas where disease-carrying mosquitoes (presumably those carrying the Zika virus) are congregating.
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, which owns BNSF Railway (with 32,500 miles of railway track) is using drones to inspect its tracks for wear and tear.
Duke Energy, Exelon and Pacific Gas & Electric, and 17 other utilities are also using drones to inspect their transmission lines for wear and tear.
CNN is starting to use drones to film from the air – because it’s cheaper than using helicopters, pilots, camera crews, not to mention ground support crews.
So expect your local news station to do the same.
Movie studios are already using drones instead of helicopters for aerial filming. (Some of the scenes in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” were shot from a drone.)
Not only that…
In what’s sure to be a college student’s dream-come-true…
Google’s parent company and Chipotle are teaming up to use drones to deliver burritos to students on the campus of Virginia Tech.
Yet on a far more serious note…
Every person in America – every man, woman, and child – might soon live in far greater safety and security than they do now… thanks to drones.
Look what’s happening in our cities and towns today...
America’s infrastructure is crumbling.
It’s disintegrating before our very eyes!
Highways built decades ago are collapsing because they’re carrying 10 times the number of vehicles they’re designed to carry.
146,633 of our bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.
Dams and levees are just one rainstorm away from wiping out entire towns.
In fact, there are 4,095 dams currently at risk of failure.
Yet, Texas has only one inspector for every 1,400 dams.
Alabama has no inspectors at all for its dams. Not one.
Yet, this infrastructure crisis presents investors, as almost all crises do, with a myriad of investment opportunities.
And commercial drones could play a vital role in unlocking these opportunities.
Imagine you’re the City of San Francisco…
You own the Golden Gate Bridge…
And you need to inspect its every rivet and beam on a regular schedule because upwards of 40 million vehicles cross over it every year.
Unfortunately, each inspection takes about one month to complete at a reported cost of $735,000.
But drones could literally finish mapping the job in just 10 minutes!
And if we send squadrons of these wonders to inspect every bridge, dam, highway overpass, high-tension electrical wire across the country…
America could be on its way to standing tall and strong again sooner rather than later!
After all, consider how many men and woman are needed – how many hours are required to inspect all of America’s bridges and tunnels, roads and dams, power lines and pipes.
If your car mechanic charges you $80 an hour, not including parts, to repair your car…
Think what an army of civil engineers, technicians and construction crews inspecting and repairing an entire county’s infrastructure costs.
Well according to ASCE: $3.6 trillion.
That’s what they estimate it’ll cost to patch up America and make her whole again.
Drones though could whittle that cost down to pennies on the dollar.
And what about the cost of what we don’t know?
The infrastructure we can’t see? Because we can’t get close enough, high enough or get to it fast enough to inspect it.
But drones can!
That’s why, according to Fortune magazine, the $1.13 trillion a year American construction industry can’t get their hands on drones fast enough!
“The Construction Industry Is in Love with Drones“
Indeed, drones are the new hi-tech must-have for construction companies.
As quoted in Inc. magazine, construction expert Dick Zhang, CEO of Identified Technologies, says:
But the construction industry is just the tip of the iceberg – just one industry out of hundreds, maybe thousands, which could benefit from commercial drones.
Agriculture is another obvious sector.
Agriculture pulls in roughly $400 billion annually…
Yet, if American farmers can increase their crop yields by just 1%…
Which could go a long way to reducing what you and I pay for fruits and vegetables at the grocery store…
That could create an additional $4 billion in income for farmers.
Do you think farmers would go for that – an extra $4 billion a year?
You bet your cucumbers they would.
And drones could help them do it!
A farmer could use drones to sow seeds, monitor his farm’s soil health, locate insect infestations, blight and disease, and leaking irrigation pipes waybefore they can reduce his yield.
Using a drone, a 150-acre field could be surveyed and inspected in less than 30 minutes.
Yet, that same field would take a team of laborers days, if not weeks to complete.
Michael, a 7th generation farmer in drought stricken California, uses drones on his 2,400-acre tomato farm.
He estimates that by inspecting his irrigation pipes for leaks using drones…
He saves enough water to sustain more than 550 families of four for an entire year.
But not only could farmers, large and small, benefit from the use of drones…
So too could companies that service farms…
Trimble, which provides software and hardware solutions for farmers, and has a history of making smart strategic decisions to boost shareholder value, is a perfect example.
Look at its chart. From October 2002 to March 2014 its shares rose 2,920%
So its no surprise that Trimble now provides a full lineup of drones for farmers to use.
And yet there are so many more industries and companies that I haven’t touched upon that are actively planning or are already using drones.
I can literally be here all day telling you about them.
And I’d need another day to tell you about all the benefits drones could offer you and me – the average citizen, the average consumer.
For example, imagine in the not too distant future CVS or Walgreens refilling your drug prescriptions and delivering them via drone to your door.
Or imagine contracting with ADP or another home security company to have one of their drones patrol the perimeter of your home at night, or while you’re on vacation.
In fact, CNN reports drones are already being manufactured to do exactly that – act as flying “watchdogs” for your home.
If you’re an investor it’s mind-boggling to contemplate all the investment possibilities now before you.
Sales of drones are already doubling year over year – and it’s expected that nearly 3 million drones will be sold this year.
Worldwide spending on drones is expected to total more than $89 billion as soon as 2023.
By any measure these are impressive numbers. Dollar signs to warm every investor’s heart.
John Villasenor, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, a Washington D.C. think tank, and also an engineering professor at UCLA, believes drones will be…
“One of the most important and influential technologies of the 21st”
But I’d go even further, and many would agree...
The new drone economy could surpass in size and scope the current computer economy.
And you know how many millionaires and billionaires the computer age created.
Drones are becoming an integral part of the $1.2 trillion a year insurance industry.
For example, Allstate has been using drones to inspect roofs damaged by hailstorms in Texas and Colorado.
Why? Because it often takes a drone less than 5 minutes to inspect a roof – any roof!
And that means no more ladders, and no more insurance estimators falling off or through roofs.
Drones are also becoming an increasingly valuable tool in the $10 trillion residential real estate market.
Drones can provide accurate aerial surveys for people buying and selling property.
And real estate agents are using drones to create marketing videos they could never afford to create before – unless they were marketing million dollar estates and using helicopters to shoot the videos.
Police departments, fire departments, and search and rescue teams are also buying more and more drones.
For example, in Maine, rescue crews used a drone to help ferry life jackets to two boys trapped and clinging to a rock in the middle of a raging river.
Drones are being used to transport urgently needed medical supplies to remote locations.
In Australia and Africa drones are being used to transport blood plasma, vaccines and other medical supplies to hard to reach areas.
And speaking of Australia, drones are being used to monitor its popular beaches for the presence of sharks near where surfers and swimmers congregate.
And speaking of sharks, or more broadly fish…
I saw a video the other day of a fisherman using a drone to catch tuna!
He attached a lure to a drone, flew the drone over open waters, used its camera to spot a school of tuna, and when he did, the drone released the lure into the middle of them.
Seconds later, he had a tuna on the line. And it was huge! It had to weigh more than he did.
So you have to believe for the $32 billon U.S. fishing industry drones could soon be as necessary as rods and reels.
After all, the more uses a technology possesses the more wealth it can create.
Look at the personal computer. Look at the internet.
How many businesses have profited from their existence?
How many millions of individuals have profited, too?
How many millionaires and billionaires exist today because of them?
I’ll give you a hint...
Below is a short list of technology companies that have produced 1,000% plus gains for investors since going public:
These companies – and hundreds more like them – are examples of how new, innovative and disruptive technologies – like commercial drones – create great personal wealth.
Yet, before any of these businesses grew to become household names…
They were small companies – with very BIG ideas.
Look, no one doubts that a great deal of money stands to be made investing in commercial drones…
From the companies that are building the drones to the companies supplying the software and hardware that goes into them.
If you weren’t an early investor in Microsoft, Google, Apple, Tesla, Facebook and a host of other behemoths that leveraged new and exciting technologies…
And whose shares you could’ve bought for mere pennies on the dollar as an early investor…
Below are the three companies – your three best bets for leveraging the commercial drone industry for far-reaching gains…
Three companies that appear destined to become driving forces within the new drone economy.
And because all three companies are small caps with valuations well under $3 billion…
1/100th the size of Facebook and Amazon…
And 1/200th the size of Google…
The growth they could generate could be infinitely larger than what those tech behemoths could produce.
Just consider what it would take for shares of Google to rise, for example, 1,000%...
Its market cap would have to balloon to a staggering $53 trillion!
That’s more than the GDP of the U.S. and China combined!
The odds of that happening are close to zero – it’ll never happen.
But if any one of the small cap companies I’m going to introduce you to were to grow 1,000% – which countless small caps have clearly done in the past…
That company would still be 1/12 the size of Google – and still have plenty of room to grow.
Of course, none of these three companies I’m recommending may ever see a 1,000% gain.
But they could.
And that’s exactly the point.
These three stocks are high stake bets.
You could lose money buying their shares… you could break-even… or you could walk away with thousands of dollars… hundreds of thousands of dollars…
Possibly even millions of dollars.
But if you’re not willing to throw the dice, so to speak, to find out…
If all you want is safety…
And be guaranteed to never see a 1,000% gain – or even a 10% gain… buy a AAA rated bond.
On the other hand… if you want a calculated chance at generating a staggering amount of money…
These are the three companies I’m strongly recommending to all readers of Extraordinary Technology…
Therefore, it’s the one company that stands to benefit the most from the drone revolution.
Plus, it’s the only “pure play” drone manufacturer that’s publicly traded.
Unlike Boeing, Raytheon and Lockheed Martin who build everything from missiles to jet airliners, and a relatively small number of drones…
This company is almost exclusively focused on drones.
It’s also the U.S. military’s largest supplier of “small” drones
It’s delivered thousands of them!
It also sells its drones to more than 30 international governments.
Their drones include:
The unbelievably small spy drone pictured here, named one of the best inventions of 2011 by Time magazine...
The hand-launched drone pictured here– which is the most widely used military drone in the world today...
And a tube-launched “kamikaze” drone that remains airborne until it locates its target and then dive-bombs into it, exploding a warhead in its nosecone.
Upwards of 1,500 of these kamikaze drones have already been sold to the U.S. military so far.
Also, it was recently announced, another one of its small drone models, this one launched underwater from a submarine, is just now coming on line.
The company was actually founded in 1971, and achieved early fame when it built NASA’s human-powered Gossamer Albatross, which flew 23 miles across the English Channel.
Then, in 2001, its solar-powered Helios drone reached an altitude of 96,500 feet, breaking the record set by the jet-powered SR-71 Blackbird spy plane 25 years earlier.
All told, seven of the company’s experimental prototypes have been selected for permanent display at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C.
So you could say that when it comes to drones, large and small, solar or battery powered…
After all, it’s got the experience – going back decades. It’s got the technology. And it’s got the U.S. military and NASA in its corner.
And that’s why commercial enterprises are also eager to buy its drones…
BP Oil, for example, is flying its drones in Alaska – using them to survey for oil.
Duke Energy is flying its drones to inspect its facilities.
A large railway company, it could be Buffett’s BNF Railway, is also flying its drones.
Obviously, if this trend continues and accelerates… its stock could easily double, triple or quadruple in value in the coming years.
And history totally backs me up on this...
Whenever a small, unknown company develops a breakthrough technology – which becomes indispensable to a large number of industries…
Shareholders see massive gains.
Ever heard of GTT Communications? Not many people have.
But that didn’t stop its stock from rising 1,594% over the past 5 years.
It developed unique cloud computing and networking technologies that many companies in many industries now use.
Tucow, Inc. is another company few people heard of.
It developed a technology that scours the internet to find and collate information that doesn’t exist in just one place.
Sounds pretty boring, nevertheless, over the past 5 years its shares soared 834%.
And then there’s Fonar Corp.
It developed the first commercial MRI scanner – possibly the same model scanner Facebook is using in Area 404.
Over the past 5 years its shares rose 792%
Will you see gains like these – or better – if you invest in this drone company?
I wouldn’t be writing to you now if I didn’t think so.
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But first I have a question for you…
What’s the single most important piece of equipment built into or attached to a drone – be it for commercial or recreational uses?
The camera, of course.
Even a drone designed to simply deliver packages would be incomplete and less functional without a camera.
However, this next company doesn’t actually build cameras for drones…
It builds the hardware and software that enables cameras to operate flawlessly while in flight.
Specifically, it builds hi-performance image processing and video compression computer chips.
Or as they’re called in industry-speak SoC (Systems on a Chip).
And because they combine these electronic components onto a single chip…
They’re one of the most important and expensive parts in a drone.
Remember that Chinese company I spoke of earlier, DJI, which owns 70% of the consumer/recreational drone market?
Well, DJI uses this company’s SoC, as does DJI’s competitors: Yuneec and Xiaomi.
And for good reason. When it comes to SoC – this company is considered “best in breed.”
Which is why its clients also include: GoPro, Sony, Google, and Apple among others.
After all, it’s been building SoC for years – beginning with the advent of DVD cameras.
That’s why I’m always telling investors that the drone industry is just the latest billion-dollar industry to use this company’s SoC.
And because it has such a diversified client base – just like the drone manufacturer I mentioned above…
It actually reminds me of Tyler Technologies. A company that provides integrated software technologies to cities, counties, states and school districts across the country.
In just 7 years, from December 2008 to November 2015 its shares rose from $10.98 to $178.44. A gain of 1,525%
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But first, let me ask you this…
How does a drone know where it is… how high it is… how fast it’s flying… if it’s level, or upright?
The answer: miniature sensors.
Miniature sensors, for example, allow a drone’s camera to take a steady picture even when the drone is whizzing through the sky.
(In technical speak it’s called optical image stabilization.)
Well, this next recommended company is the first…
To place optical image stabilization, motion tracking, a gyroscope, an accelerometer, a pressure gauge, and a compass – miniature sensors all – on a single computer chip the size of your thumbnail.
All of which make drone control and navigation possible.
But here’s the best part…
This company’s miniature sensors don’t exist only in drones.
Its sensors could be found in almost every modern day electronic device you use today.
For example, its sensors are in Apple and Samsung’s smartphones.
They adjust your viewing screen based on how you hold your phone – known as portrait/landscape orientation.
And joysticks and game controllers would be worthless pieces of plastic without these miniature sensors.
The company’s miniature sensors are also found in virtual and augmented reality headsets.
They enable the headset’s screen to follow your head’s movements, left and right, up and down.
And talk about killing two birds with one stone…
The virtual and augmented reality market (like the commercial drone market) is projected to be worth $120 billion within the next few years.
Miniature sensors are also in cars – in the security system, airbag system, suspension system, rollover detection system – even in your car’s automatic door locks.
And obviously self-driving cars wouldn’t be possible without them.
The military relies on these miniature sensors, too – they’re in tanks, jets and missiles.
They’re also in medical devices and…
They’re one of the driving forces behind the “Internet of Things”
Miniature sensors enable machines, appliances, your car, the lights and thermostat in your home, and nearly every other electronic device to “network.”
To “talk” with each other and you wirelesslythrough the Internet.
It’s estimated that the Internet of Things could be worth $1.7 trillion in less than four years.
Yet without miniature sensors… it just won’t happen.
And this company is a leading, if not the leading manufacturer of miniature sensors.
Of course when you’re a leading manufacturer of anything in widespread demand – profits almost always follow.
Ebix, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of software for e-commerce companies.
Over the past 10 years its shares skyrocketed 1,620%.
Dorman Products is a leading manufacturer of automotive replacement parts.
Over the past 10 years its shares soared 1,127%.
Transdigm Group, is a leading manufacturer of highly engineered components for nearly all commercial and military aircraft in service today.
Over the past 10 years its shares rose 995%
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Okay, you found a company that owns all the patents to the next great technology breakthrough.
It’s the company everyone is talking about.
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