Caught in the Act

When two police officers catch a burglar red-handed… the technology they use to catch him… changes the future.

A future ruled by a company that could hand you a fast and extraordinary 1,897% gain over the coming year.

And that’s only the beginning of what that future and that company could offer you…

(Want proof? Check out the three short videos below)

Dear Reader,

In this short presentation, you will see what very few others ever will.

The future – the near future!

Where the boundary between what is real… and what is not… is not exactly clear.

Intentionally so.

But that’s not a bad thing. In fact, for you this strange future could be a wonderful thing.

And a very profitable thing.

How profitable?

Try to recall the amount of money past investors made not too long ago when they, too, saw a strange and different future…

And bought shares of Microsoft, Intel, Cisco and IBM at the very dawn of the personal computer age?

They made millions!

And today, I’ll give you the opportunity to do the same.

I will show you three videos. Three extraordinary videos.

Three videos few people have seen before.

Three videos that will be as transformative – and downright mind-boggling – as was Columbus’ discovery of America, and Neil Armstrong’s first step on the moon.

Recognizing of course that this is a bold and seemingly outrageous statement… what follows next is the proof.

So grab yourself a cup of coffee, or tea. Sit back. And prepare to embark on a dizzying and utterly thrilling ride into the future… our future… your future

First stop: the burglary.

An anonymous caller has reported a suspicious male, possibly Asian, removing boxes from a computer parts warehouse and throwing them in the back of a truck…

A police cruiser is promptly dispatched.

Arriving quietly, it pulls up behind the unattended truck.

Inside the cruiser, two officers are wearing what at first glance appears to be ordinary microphone headsets.

Only the microphone isn’t near their mouths.

And it isn’t a microphone; or rather it isn’t just a microphone.

It’s also a computer screen. Two millimeters in height. About the size of a postage stamp.

And when positioned near their eye it has the clarity, detail and relative size of a 15” TV.

One officer steps out of the cruiser and approaches the back of the truck. He says, “License plate scan.”

A 14-megapixel camera embedded within the headset scans the plate and displays the results on the officer’s computer screen.

The license plate is registered to a blue Ford sedan. Not the truck.

At that moment a tall white male carrying a large box exits the warehouse side door.

Spying the police, he immediately drops the box and flees back into the warehouse.

The officer cries “STOP!” and runs in after him.

What follows next will illustrate two things…

  1. Why a technology company conceived at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 30 years ago, today counts among its customers :

    Rockwell Collins
    BAE Systems
    Elbit Systems
    L3 Communications
  2. Why the technology this company has developed is helping to bring in an expected $5.1 billion in VR/AR sales this year.

An increase of more than 672% over last year.

And why over the next two years sales are expected to climb to $30 billion…

An increase of more than 488%.

And by 2020, just four short years from now…

Sales are expected to reach… are you ready for this… $150 billion!

Which is $50 billion more than all the money spent annually on fighting cancer.

Makes you wonder what’s going on here, doesn’t it?

Back to the scene of the crime…

The lights are off inside the warehouse. A maze of corridors and staircases goes off in all directions.

The officer says, “Night vision.”

Immediately, his computer screen shows the interior of the warehouse bathed in a bright green light.

Outside, the second officer says, “Request floor plan, indicate exit doors, 23 Chelsea Road, warehouse.”

Moments later, the floor plan of the building appears on her headset’s computer screen.

“John, the building has one other exit, heading there now.”

Inside, Officer John Jones continues down a hallway. But he isn’t sure if he’s headed in the right direction.

He says, “Heat vision.”

On his computer screen Officer Jones immediately sees the heat signature of the runner’s footprints on the warehouse floor.

He follows them.

The runner, still well ahead of him, continues to turn corner after corner. He makes it to the exit and pushes open the doors.

The second officer is standing outside waiting for him.

Quickly, he retreats back inside, turns and comes face to face with Officer Jones.

“Biometric scanner.”

The micro camera on Officer Jones’ headset scans the runner’s face and promptly locates a match.

It displays the runner’s mug shot from a previous arrest, and alongside it, his name, Gavin Marshall, date of birth, and other personal data.

Impressive, right? The stuff of science-fiction movies.

Time to show you the first video.

Filmed in England, it’s a shortened but very dramatic recreation of the story I just told you.

And this is a schematic drawing of this company’s real live headset you’re about to see in action.


Study this photo for a second. When have you ever seen so much cutting edge technology packed into such a small, compact and lightweight headset?

I wager never.

Okay, now watch the video.


The technology used in the headset is even more impressive when you see it with your own eyes, isn’t it?

But wait to you see how that technology is used in the second and third videos I’m about to show you.

Those videos will defy believability.

But before I show them to you… a question for you:

If you could own shares in this company that, one, developed and patented the technologies inside that headset…

And, two, is now supplying other companies (some of which I’ve already listed) with that technology – to make headsets of their own...

Whether for commercial, personal, business, recreational and a myriad of other uses…

How much money, given the sales figures I just mentioned, do you think that company will earn investors this year and next?

When right now it’s trading for less than $2 a share?

I’ll answer that question for you in a moment.

But first…

Welcome to the Magical… Utterly Entertaining… and Wildly Profitable World of Virtual Reality

If you’re a technology investor… a gaming enthusiast… or just someone who daydreams about what you could do, what you could be…

You’ve heard about… Facebook’s Oculus Rift… Samsung’s Gear VR… Microsoft’s HoloLens… HTC’s Vive… Sony’s PlayStation VR… Google’s Cardboard…

And the dozens of other virtual reality headsets that are either for sale right now or scheduled for release later this year.

But if you’re not a tech enthusiast, a gamer, a daydreamer…

You’re just an average investor trying to figure out how to profit from the most lucrative and transformative technology since the invention of television…

Well then, be glad you’re here, watching this presentation.

Because I’m about to show you how you could capture a 1,897% gain investing in virtual reality. With minimal risk. Without following the herd. And without paying a fortune for the pleasure of doing so.

Of course, I can’t guarantee you’ll see this extraordinary gain, or that you will achieve it in my expected short time frame.

After all, inherent in every investment is an element of risk – even in U.S. Treasury bonds!

Yet, unless you’ve actually worn one of these futuristic headsets…

It’s difficult to describe all that these headsets can do. How they will change the way you and I will see – and interact – with the physical world around us.

It’s like trying to describe the internet to someone who has never sat in front of a computer.

(Hence, the upcoming second and third videos.)

Nevertheless, imagine stepping – literally – into your favorite TV show and being part of the story – part of the action… a member of the cast.

If you’re a Star Trek fan, imagine entering the Holodeck and being surrounded by a perfectly lifelike three-dimensional world created by a computer program.

Just name your wildest pleasure…

Would you like to spend an hour or two floating inside the International Space Station…

Or hiking through the Hellas crater on Mars?

Too out of this world?

Maybe you’re the earthbound adventurous type.

Would you like to climb Mt. Everest, without freezing, without falling into a gaping hole in the ice (though you may get vertigo if you look down)?

Or how about exploring the wreck of the Titanic… walking on its decks, in its staterooms… and then come eyeball-to-eyeball with a magnificent blue whale… or a pod of friendly dolphins swimming all around you?

Are you into time travel?

Would you like to be teleported back to ancient Rome – to fight in the Coliseum as a gladiator with sword in hand?

Or stand on Mt. Sinai with Moses when he receives the Ten Commandments?

Whatever your pleasure…

That’s the impossible magic that virtual reality provides!

To exist somewhere else – at will!

To be completely immersed in a 360-degree, 3-D experience powered by technologies that have taken literally decades to perfect.

So wherever your look all you see is a fully believable, lifelike fictional world.

No, that’s not entirely correct.

You can also see the real world live as well!

If you’re an NBA fan, last year you could’ve sat courtside as the Golden State Warriors battled the New Orleans Pelicans inside the Oracle arena.

But you wouldn’t have been in the arena itself – or paid upwards of $10,000 for a courtside seat.

All you would’ve needed – to sit courtside – was wear the Samsung Gear VR headset (selling for $100) and then watch the game from the comfort of your home.

And this summer, you’ll be able to watch the International Champions Cup, a premier soccer tournament, also streamed live into your headset.

That’s why virtual reality (VR) is among the hottest, most talked about technological advances of the last 50 years.

And it’s no flash in the pan. Not with all the money involved.

Since 2010, investors have poured nearly $4 billion into companies working in the VR space.

In 2014, Mark Zuckerberg – former college nerd, current emperor of Facebook – slammed $2 billion on the table to buy Oculus, the company that makes the Oculus Rift VR headset.

The headset sells for $599, in case you’re interested in buying one. But you might not be able to.

When advance sales began in January for delivery in March, the headset quickly sold out. And as I write this, the next two months of deliveries are sold out, as well.

Same for Samsung’s Gear VR headset. It sold out on Amazon and Best Buy within a day of its release. And then a few days later it sold out on eBay.

According to investment bank Piper Jaffray, consumers this year will buy more than 12 million VR headsets from various manufacturers.


Because VR headsets are taking sports fans, video game enthusiasts, daydreamers and “tech aficionados” to places they’ve never imagined they could go!

Which also explains why movie studios, Disney, Lucasfilm (of Star Wars fame), 21st Century Fox and Lionsgate, are all looking to create VR movies.

Halsey Minor, Founder of CNET, is even launching the first virtual reality TV channel.

It’ll feature music and sports content streamed live for 360-degree viewing.

Which is why investment bank Goldman Sachs is unabashed in its enthusiastic predictions for VR.

It believes VR will earn almost twice the money that TV does today.

For all these reasons and more, that’s why…

The VR Revolution Could Change Our Lives the Way TV, Smartphones and Social Media Have!

Which is why Mark Zuckerberg spent $2 billion to acquire Oculus.

Why Oculus predicts one billion people will eventually be enjoying VR on a regular basis.

And why Piper Jaffray predicts that the gaming and sports industries will be two of the biggest adopters of VR technologies.

Speaking of sports…

Here’s a portion of a commercial played during this year’s Super Bowl. It’s for Microsoft’s HoloLens.


Now after seeing how much fun that could be – how could you not want a headset of your own?

But VR also has a place within industry, academia and the military.

Air Force pilots are now trained on aircraft using VR headsets.

And medical students are using these headsets to learn how to perform endoscopies and insert catheters in a patient’s heart.

Patients are benefiting, too.

Because the mind believes what the eyes see…

Wearing a VR headset can help turn a trip to the emergency room into a calm day at the beach.

Someone suffering a panic attack could escape to a quiet meadow.

University of Washington researchers have even developed a therapy known as SnowWorld, in which patients concentrate on throwing snowballs at penguins to the music of Paul Simon.

The technique is so effective, it has reduced the need for strong narcotics and other addictive painkillers in patients with painful wounds or burns.

In Israel, surgeons are viewing images of their patients' hearts floating above the operating table during surgery.

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Notice how the surgeon on the right is pointing to something on the patient’s heart.

Do you see how this level of interaction and visualization can improve surgical outcomes?

Such 3-D images, which the surgeons can turn this way and that, offer unobstructed views of the patient’s heart that were previously unavailable to them.

Also… because there aren't a lot of trees and sandy beaches in outer space, which kinda sucks for those astronauts we'll soon send on two-year missions to Mars…

If they take along VR headsets…

Bingo, presto – they can be anywhere they want to be.

Which will go a long way to reducing the stress and loneliness of space.

Yet, believe it or not…

There’s something even more powerful – more transformative – and far more lucrative for investors than virtual reality.

Goldman Sachs believes it will usher in a new form of computing – making keyboards, mice and track pads obsolete.

Indeed, it’s a technology that could eventually replace desktop PCs, laptops and smartphones.

Allowing you to surf the web from anywhere without a computer.

A device that could even replace TVs.

And that’s what I’m about to show you next.

My name is Louis Basenese, Co-Founder of Wall Street Daily, a privately held publisher of investment research with over 700,000 readers worldwide.

I’m also the managing editor of VentureCap Strategist, WSD’s premier tech-focused newsletter – devoted to, and successfully uncovering, companies with outsized growth and profit potential.

The kind of companies venture capitalists favor and hunt for.

In other words, companies on the threshold of changing our world, of bringing the future into the present – with the potential to enrich their shareholders many, many times over.

The types of companies I found for my clients as an institutional money manager for Morgan Stanley – where I helped direct more than $1 billion in funds.

Today, I also run an investment advisory service for high net worth individuals, institutions, government agencies, corporations and registered investment professionals.

Which explains why my investment analyses are featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Morningstar, MarketWatch,, Business Insider, MSN Money, Forbes and CNBC.

And to be sure, I’ve witnessed countless small-cap windfalls over the years.

I watched Real Goods Solar rise 1,348%.

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I watched Revolution Lighting rise 3,486%.

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I watched Mint Wireless rise 1,975%.

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Yet, none of these gains can compare to the gains the company I’m about to introduce you to could produce.

And so that you can see firsthand the money it could earn you…

I’ll show you the third video.

Displaying technologies that go beyond – way beyond – virtual reality.

Some of which the company I’m recommending developed.

Technologies expected to capture $120 billion of the $150 billion that’s up for grabs over the next four years.

So sit back and watch – watch as the future is revealed to you.

And see why investors in these technologies are even now becoming millionaires.

Just click the play button.


Even if you’re not a gaming enthusiast, I bet you’ve got a smile on your face.

Can’t you just see how this technology will revolutionize the gaming industry?

But understand… what you saw in the first and just now in this second video is not virtual reality – but augmented reality (AR).

Placing data – information, graphics, animation and text – on top of reality.

While giving you – and this is key – the ability to interact and manipulate that data in real time.

With your voice… your finger… the swipe of your hand… and maybe very soon with your thoughts.

Up until now we’ve only seen augmented reality in sci-fi movies.

In James Cameron’s epic, Avatar, in Minority Report starring Tom Cruise, in Iron Man starring Robert Downey, Jr., and in the latest Star Wars and Star Trek movies, to name just a few.

But today, augmented reality is no longer the fanciful imaginings of a movie studio’s special effects department.

Augmented reality is available now and it’s where the really big money is headed.

That third video is from a company called Magic Leap.

Google, a lead investor (and also a big client of the company I’m recommending below), helped raise more than half a billion dollars for Magic Leap in 2014.

And an additional $793 million was raised this year (again from Google, and also from Alibaba, Qualcomm, Warner Bros and others).

All to fund further development of Magic Leap’s AR headsets.

And it’s easy to see why…

As I already mentioned, AR and VR are expected to take in $150 billion over the next four years – with AR taking in most of it ($120 billion).

Yet, that dollar amount may need to be revised upwards.

Because investments in AR and VR have already eclipsed $1.1 billion in just the first two months of this year!

This when spending on AR and VR has never surpassed $1 billion in a single calendar year.

Also, it’s now forecast that more than 200 million VR headsets will be sold over the next four years.

Which suggests that four times that, or close to 800 million AR headsets, will be sold!

Compare that to the 238 million PCs sold annually...

Or the 40 million TVs sold annually…

And you get a strong idea of how much money there is to be made investing in AR and VR.

Yet, despite all this money being thrown at AR and VR… here’s where many investors will go wrong, and lose money…

If you take anything away from this presentation – let it be this:

It’s not a matter of which brand of headset, or whether VR or AR will outsell the other, or even that $120 billion or more is headed into AR.

Investing in the patented hardware and software now used in both VR and AR headsets, no matter the brand – that’s where investment fortunes could be made.

And that’s where you could find your fortune, too – your pot of gold!

In the technologies these headsets rely on – and specifically in the one company whose technologies are powering the VR and AR revolution.

Consider, over the past two years venture capitalists invested $3.5 billion in 225 different VR and AR technology start-ups.

Indeed, in the first nine months of last year, VR and AR technology companies saw an inflow of investments nearly 200% higher than in the same period the year before.

And just in the last quarter alone, the rate of overall investment has risen nearly six times over the same quarter last year!

Yes! In VR and AR technologies – that’s where the real money is!

But you must understand, too, that fortune always favors those individuals and companies who are quick to seize their opportunities before others pile in.

To wit, Facebook, in addition to its $2 billion purchase of Oculus, quickly snapped up four other VR and AR technology companies.

And now Apple is jumping into VR and AR, as well!

It’s buying companies as fast as Facebook, now that sales of the iPhone are slowing after nine years of explosive growth.

It bought:

  • Metaio, a German software company with dozens of VR/AR patents.

  • FaceShift, a Swiss company whose motion capture technology was used to animate non-human characters in the latest Star Wars movie.

  • Emotient and VocalIQ, involved in the facial and vocal recognition fields.

  • PrimeSense, an Israeli company whose engineers are best known for designing the first motion sensors for Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect.

  • It even snagged a prominent VR/AR engineer from Microsoft, Nick Thompson, a key developer of Microsoft’s HoloLens headset.

Could my recommended company be next?

With the right offer, why not!

Google, as noted, is making a big push into the $150 billion AR/VR space.

Google Glass, its “not yet ready for primetime” foray into AR a few years back, is now being re-engineered for business and enterprise use.

And on the consumer front, it’s marshaling its resources for a full on frontal attack.

For it has no intention of playing second fiddle to either Apple or Facebook.

An Investor’s Business Daily article quotes a market analyst who stated that Google is now “devoting significant resources” to VR/AR.

In fact, it’s been reported that Google’s most experienced engineers are now being moved into its VR/AR division.

So, aside from investing in companies like Magic Leap, Google is clearly intent on manufacturing its own headsets as well.

Headsets that go far beyond its gimmicky, recyclable Google Cardboard headset.

Of which five million have already been sold – along with roughly 25 million Google Cardboard apps.

And now, too, Intel (also a customer of my recommended company’s technologies) is also forging ahead with the development of a headset of its own.

Testaments to overwhelming consumer interest in the VR/AR revolution.

But do not be distracted by all this “headset noise.”

While Facebook, Apple, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Sony and all the other big name brands are devoting considerable resources to selling VR/AR headsets…

They are not going to make your rich!

Mark my words: Because of the sheer number of players jumping into AR/VR, there will not arise one company – a “winner takes all” monopoly.

Certainly not among the headset manufacturers.

Among the technology developers and providers, however – that’s another story.

So before I introduce you to the company that is already a leader, if not the leader in VR/AR technology development…

Let me first finish my original point…

To capture the biggest gains AR/VR has to offer…

Forget about Apple, Google, Facebook and all the other tech behemoths.

These companies are way too big, too diversified – and too expensive.

And even if two or three of them become the top sellers of VR/AR headsets, you can’t reasonably expect to triple or quadruple your money investing in them.

These companies are blue chips.

21st Century versions of General Electric, General Dynamic and General Motors.

Their days of fast, triple-or quadruple-digit growth are long gone.

But also understand this: when you’re investing in companies, typically small-cap companies, which could hand you a 1,000% return or more…

There’s going to be investment risk.

So to lessen that risk…

Take a tip from Levi Strauss (of Levi jeans fame).

When gold was discovered in California in 1849 and the news of it was splashed across the front pages of newspapers all around the world…

Capturing the imagination of every able and not so able-bodied soul looking to steal a quick fortune…

Levi had a better idea.

Why spend a fortune on equipment and supplies, and risk coming up empty handed?

Which, of course, is what the vast majority of ‘49ers came up with – nothing. Just empty hands.

Instead, Levi knew he could make an easy fortune selling equipment and supplies – picks and shovels – to the ‘49ers.

Which is exactly what he did.

And that’s precisely how you could make an easy fortune, too!

The company I’m now ready to introduce you – this is the Levi Strauss among the VR/AR gold miners.

Google, Intel and Samsung among them.

Plus, it also sells its patented hardware and software to companies that are developers and suppliers themselves.

The easiest way for you to think of this company is to compare it to the electronics company HTC in its early days.

HTC built great smartphones for other companies before branding the phones as their own.

And in the process it saw its stock rise 1,897% over nine years.

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Had you invested $10,000 in HTC during that time, you could’ve walked away with nearly $200,000.

No guarantee of course that you’ll make the same or more money with this company.

What I can tell you is…

This company is the bedrock on which VR/AR stands.

It’s the only “pure play” VR/AR company in the world.

A highly trusted one at that.

In fact, it’s the single largest U.S. manufacturer of micro AR display systems for the U.S. military.

Its Helmet Mounted Display System (HMDS) is now deployed in the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter – the most advanced jet fighter in the world.

Below: An HMDS for the F-35 JSF


The HMDS provides F-35 pilots with an unprecedented level of, as it’s called in the military, “situational awareness.”


An F-35 JSF

All the information pilots need to complete their missions – airspeed, heading, altitude, targeting information and warnings – is projected on the helmet’s visor.

The system also streams real-time imagery to the helmet from six infrared cameras mounted around the aircraft, literally allowing pilots to “look through” the body of the aircraft.

The company also provides a full-color HMDS for use in the U.S. Navy’s MH-60 helicopters.

In short, this is the U.S. military’s go-to company for micro display AR technology.

From fighter pilot helmets to night vision binoculars to thermal weapon gun sights…

This company helps our American warriors on land, in the air and on the sea maintain their status as the most lethal and technologically advanced fighting force on the planet.

And yet, the size of its contracts in the civilian sector dwarf its U.S. military contracts.


For example, it designed the computer chips (heterojunction bipolar transistors) that power billions of smartphone screens around the globe.

Including possibly yours!

Plus, its micro screen technologies are found in over 30 million other electronic devices around the world.

Some of these technologies allow you view TV, movies, photos and broadband internet content with big screen resolution on your smartphone.

Samsung, after all, is a big customer of this company.

That’s why Stuart Nixdorff, an industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience working with consumer electronics, mobile and wearable technology companies, said:

This company has been the leading technology provider in the smart eyewear market for over 20 years.

Which is exactly why this company is so perfectly positioned to take full advantage of the VR/AR explosion.

To capture a lion’s share of the VR/AR $150 billion market!

Because any company involved in VR/AR space can be its customer – and many already are.

And though it’s careful not to piss off its customers by competing with them…

It does sell its own branded equipment and headsets to end users – to consumers and enterprise clients.

But it does so primarily to advertise its systems and components to VR/AR companies that can use them in their own headsets.

For example…

The company sells smart sunglasses (pictured below) for cyclists – using a 2mm hi-def display module. The world’s smallest.

The inset picture on the bottom right shows some of the performance data (with relative size and clarity) a cyclist can access and see when wearing the company’s sunglasses.


Now if you’re not a cyclist yourself, I bet you know quite a few people who are. And don’t you think they’d love to get their hands on a pair of these babies?

And they can!

Plus, the company also sells goggles for skiers and snowboarders that display the wearer’s speed, jump analytics, distance, trail maps, altitude and GPS location.

All the while keeping the wearer connected to calls and texts via Bluetooth.

In function, it’s not too dissimilar to the company’s police headset you saw in the first video.

Which, by the way, can be re-configured for other enterprise users.

An infrared camera can be added so a firefighter can see through smoke, mist, and dust.

Another add-on allows paramedics to monitor the vital signs of a patient, access his or her medical records, and hold two-way conversations with doctors and specialists while live video is streamed between the paramedic and the hospital.

All without the paramedic taking his or her hands off a stethoscope.

And all these headsets, regardless of their configuration, allow you to access six independent devices or networks simultaneously (including PCs, cellular phones, and industrial and enterprise servers).

Plus, its voice interface supports more than 38 languages.

Also, inside the headset is an array of microphones developed in partnership with Verizon.

Instead of using old school noise cancellation technologies found in today’s smartphones and other devices – which can cause voice distortion…

The company’s microphone array allows your voice and the voice of whomever you’re speaking with to be heard even in the noisiest of environments.

It’s so powerful, in fact, that with music blaring right next to you, you can speak in a whisper and still be heard.

And all these technologies, and more, were on full display at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Indeed, 15 different firms showed off products that had this company’s components inside.

Of course, there’s a lot more I can tell you.

Information guaranteed to convince you that this company is your best opportunity to invest – with minimal risk – in the VR/AR explosion.

A technological revolution on par with the invention of the radio, the television, personal computers and the internet.

Mark my words: VR/AR could change our future, our culture. It could re-define the way we communicate and view content.

And the most likely common denominator powering this revolution may be this company.

Which is why I prepared a special “Investor Brief” on this company so that you don’t miss out on this outstanding investment opportunity.

An investor brief I want you to read, absolutely FREE!

Virtual and augmented Reality

A very real investment opportunity

In it, I’ll tell you everything I haven’t yet told you in this presentation.

Why this company, with excess cash on its balance sheet and zero debt – is the safest and smartest way to play the VR/AR revolution.

Why five hedge funds are upping their stake in this company – further proof of this company’s value.

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In this special investor brief I’ll also tell you about the more than 300 VR/AR patents it holds.

And the powerful, miniature battery it developed in partnership with the Hitachi Maxwell company.

Designed for wearable devices, it’s lighter and longer lasting than current lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries.

Plus, it has double the stored energy of comparably sized batteries.

Elon Musk and Tesla – eat your heart out – this company did it first!

But the biggest reason to download this report, and to invest in this company that came out of MIT, is this:

Look right now at the PC, laptop or other device you’re using to view this presentation.

It doesn’t matter what brand computer it is.

Yet, it probably sports a little sticker somewhere that says “Intel Inside.”

Well, this is the company that may soon have its components, its systems – its display screens, batteries, cameras, microphones and software – inside the VR/AR headset you may buy one day.

Whether it’s made by Google, Microsoft, Apple, Samsung or any other.

After all, it’s in many of them already.

Indeed, this company could easily become the Intel, and even the Cisco, of virtual and augmented reality headsets.

And if it does… consider this:

When Intel started trading at the dawn of the personal computer age at $0.30 a share (not that much less than where this company is currently trading)…

Until its peak, 20 years later…

Intel’s share rose 26,124%.


Now I’m not going to be so silly as to suggest that this type of monstrous gain is what awaits the company.

Or that you have to wait 20 years to be a multimillionaire.

But it makes you think, doesn’t it?

A $10,000 stake in Intel back then could’ve returned to you $2,517,700.

Imagine what you could’ve done with that two and a half million dollars!

Re-invested some of it, for sure.

And then treated yourself to that vacation, that trip, you always dreamed about.

Maybe even bought that house you once saw in Architectural Digest.

And for sure you’d be driving a different car than the one you’re driving now.

Of course, if you had invested in Cisco, you could’ve seen a thoroughly incomprehensible 91,011% gain. In just 10 years. Half the time!


That could’ve given you a nest egg of… wait for it… $9,101,100.

Now wouldn’t that have opened up a whole other world for you?

Imagine where you’d be living now – and what you’d be doing.

Bottom line: Will you have to wait 20 years or 10 years for this company to make you rich?

Well, Cisco started trading 10 years after Intel and almost returned four times as much in half the time!

So given that everything happens a lot faster these days…

Could this company halve the time again – before it shows you a massive gain?

No guarantees of course – this is a volatile market after all – but if it does halve the time – that’ll be five years from now, just about when VR/AR is projected to be pulling in $150 billion per year.

Like I said, it makes you think doesn’t it?

And here’s something else to think about…

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Profiting from Wearable Robotics

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Wearable Robotics

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The Coming “Smart Energy” Revolution

A new trillion-dollar opportunity

Along with virtual and augmented reality…

The Internet of Things (IoT) – where machines connect to the internet and communicate wirelessly with other machines – is one of the most far-reaching and awe-inspiring technological revolutions of the last 100 years.

Smart Energy

It’s all but guaranteed to create fortunes for investors who get into the leading companies – early!

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Real briefly, it’s helping turn our collapsing and outdated electrical utility grids into “smart grids.”

From power lines to the energy meters attached to your home, it’s helping make electricity cheaper by making its transmission and distribution more efficient.


By enabling generators, power lines, meter boxes, and everything in between, to communicate automatically and instantly with power companies via its patented sensors and switches.

Yet, what makes me even more excited and confident about this company – are the people running it. In particular, its new CEO.

Interestingly, he’s not a utility guy. He’s a technology guy who was most recently Vice President of new products at Intel.

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Virtual Reality Wearable Robotics Smart Energy

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Chief Technology Analyst, Wall Street Daily