Have you heard about either of these companies? They are allegedly into replication technology.
From Casey Research’s ”Extraordinary Technology” guy, Alex Daley:
I can’t go into too many details here, but I’ll let you know what I can…
Replication Technology Play #1: This company has more than 300 US and foreign patents, customers in 80 countries, and has managed to increase its revenue by more than 40% each year since 2009 – despite the economic downturn. Last year alone, it increased its net income by 69%. It has also had record revenue and units shipped in 2011, with an annual growth of 242%. It is poised to emulate the Microsoft of a quarter-century ago and position itself at the forefront of this digital revolution.
Replication Technology Play #2: The second company I’m particularly excited about specializes in developing and improving replication technology. Its customers include the likes of Google, Northrop Grumman, Proctor & Gamble, Black and Decker, Cisco Systems, Electrolux, Pioneer, Sony, Nike, NASA, and virtually all car and motorcycle companies. Over the last year, the company has increased its revenue by 25% and its net income by 180%. It has just signed an exclusive deal to manufacture replication machines for one of the largest computer companies in the US. This deal should prove extremely profitable for the firm.