Byron King: Turn $1,000 into $550,000

By xiexgp@gmail.com, August 28, 2013

In a new video presentation, King talks about 7 companies that are likely to get a big chunk of $16 billion various government agencies are going to spend on cyber security and defensive hacking. My computer crashed before I could finish watching. Anyone have any idea who he could be talking about?

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Gilley Parsons
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Gilley Parsons

You have to sign up for one of Byron King’s $1000/yr newsletters called Military Tech Alert to get the names of the seven companies.

mobley01
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mobley01

Anything more than $49 is a rip off. Byron needs a reality check. It is all about putting money in his pocket. Stock Gumshoe needs to find out the ticker symbols of these 7 companies

Chris Bare
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Chris Bare

I may be late to the party but this looks to be it.
LLL, CACI, AVG, PANW, FIRE, TIBX, and FTNT.

http://research.agorafinancial.com/reports/MTA/planx/MTA_BlackBudget.pdf

Keep the $1000 in your pocket.

Tony
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Tony

The $49 / yr news letters are OK. Some are very good. Paying much more doesn’t mean it is worth it. However with a money back guarantee …. they are putting their money where their mouth is. What is the old saying? You get what you pay for. I’m probably going to give this a try and the price is actually at $1500 now.

Tony
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Tony

One more comment. Before you would jump into any of these above listed. Make sure they are still recommended. Sometimes companies do STUPID things that really have a negative impact on things. Happy investing!

birdbob
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This is one for the Stock Gumshoe.We know Kratos will be involved but what are the mystery tech stocks that will be at the front of the 5th domain of war-cyberspace.

gadabout
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Anyone have any info on the teaser MEMS letter to cure the world for under $50.

dlaprete
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dlaprete

Yeah MEMS was recently purchased and all I can come up with is they are paying shareholders 4.22 per share. So are they telling us to purchase the company that bought MEMS? Anyone?

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DanTheMan
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Pretty sure it’s STM, I bought 1-2 months ago @ 8.21, they peaked a couple of weeks ago in the 9.50 range and they’re now 9.10 ish…

AJC
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I did view the video. Byron does mention 7 companies that are doing business with the government for Cyber security. Of course, he does not give the seven company names until you fork over the $1,000 dollars. INSANE !!!!! Gumshoes, can you turn on the THINKOLATER for these seven CO’s? Raytheon and Data Tactics were recently given the first two contracts.

Hope website opens.

Zip
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Zip

Telecommunication Systems, TSYS, just got a $58.3 million 3 to 5 year govt contract for delivering Secure Satellite Communication for the Marines. I own and follow news on TSYS. Dunno if this Annapolis based Co is 1 of the 7 companies, but it sure will help the bottom line.

drlinks
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I would surmise that RAYTHEON (RTN), Kratos Defense (KTOS), Checkpoint Software (CHKP), and (CSCO) are on his list. Other guesses include either Commvault Systems (CVLT), OSI Security (OSIS), Fortinet (FTNT), and Palo Alto Networks (PANW). That, for the most part, covers the gamut of cyber security companies I’m familiar with, sans Symantec- (SYMC) and NetScout Systems (NTCT). My favorite bet would be on Israeli based Checkpoint (CHKP), (CISCO esp. since they bought SourceFire for 2.7B) and CVLT, as they have tremendous CLOUD DATA Security, one reason that their stock price has doubled in the last year, but these are all… Read more »
omacok
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omacok

Guys check out the link below it looks like it may be 17 companies and not 7. I may be off on a tangent here, but this link could be a good start so you don’t end up paying 1000 bucks for free information!

http://www.hstoday.us/single-article/dhs-awards-6-billion-cybersecurity-contract-to-17-vendors/df76d41031a95bb4f3c67f3adbb084d2.html

omacok
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omacok

This is a list I got from another website: http://www.securityweek.com/dhs-awards-6-billion-cybersecurity-contract-17-firms.

Booz Allen Hamilton

• CGI Federal, Inc.

• Computer Sciences Corporation

• Digital Management, Inc.

• Dynamics Research Corporation

• General Dynamics Information Technology

• Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services

• IBM

• Knowledge Consulting Group

• Kratos Technology and Training Solutions

• Lockheed Martin

• ManTech International

• Northrop Grumman

• SAIC

• SRA International

• Technica Corporation

srpsloan
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srpsloan

He is offering the list of 21 companies from which the administration will select 2-3 by year’s end to receive permission to export oil (reduced price only to those who listened to his live webinar tonight). His latest newsletter has determined the names of those 2-3 companies and he will share this information for a price. Only before midnight or that price goes up, of course.

DanTheMan
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Looks like you’ve confused this thread with another of Byron’s teases. The ’21’ list refers to companies awaiting government approval mainly for lng export. This discussion should probably by separated from the defense contract discussion, however, I would be interested to know if anyone know anything about the lng companies. Byron says the US is anxious to start exporting lng so that would put the company’s production capability as a major factor… -Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC -Freeport LNG Expansion, L.P. and FLNG Liquefaction, LLC -Lake Charles Exports, LLC -Carib Energy (USA) LLC -Dominion Cove Point LNG, LP -Jordan Cove Energy… Read more »
6534
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6534

Thanks for specific Kaen Kell. Did you buy any of them or know how they did?
Appreciate whatever you found out, John Peters

Karen Kell
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Karen Kell

Long story, but I have read Byron King’s Military Technology Alert, so I know the seven companies: L-3 Communications Holdings, CACI International, AVG Technologies, Palo Alto Networks, Sourcefire, Tibco Software, and Fortinet.

jay
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jay

Sourcefire was sold to Cisco earlier this year.

drowe101
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drowe101

Thank you for the seven names! Byron King also mentions four other stocks about drones and laser weapons. Hope you have them as well. Thank you

drlinks
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What are the 4 drone/laser companies?? Aerovironment (AVAV) for drone and the fibrous Laser company IPGP… Both are phenomenal plays, but can u tell me the other two….

drowe101
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drowe101

thank you Stephen!

marshellp21
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marshellp21

I would like to thank stock gum shoe and all you irregulars out there who are dedicated to bringing a bit of balance and fairness to our group quest for a better financial life…… $49 is reasonable for a subscription, but $1,500 (yes, that’s how I read it) for a subscription, trial or not, is totally ridiculous!!!!! Keep up the good sleuthing, and may your magnifying glass(es) stay clean and focused.

Bruce P
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Bruce P

Thank you Karen Kell for the 7 names.

Thomas
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you got it wrong, Byron claims unbelievably gains of $1=$55k, $10=$550k and $1000= over $5mil, I am sitting here right now listening to the email recording that I was just sent by Stansberry and this is exactly what he just said.

This has to be the worst hogwash, how can anyone really believe this, 55000% gains.

Michael S
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Michael S

Thanks for everyone taking the time to help others out, even the comments, separating threads, drones, explanations, etc. If only there were more people like you, what a better place this place would be (I know poor English grammar), but its good humor Sunday. Thanks again, hope to c u on the other side or in the X dimension.

Eric
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Eric

Is anything from that “AGORA” bunch any good and or legit at all for real? I am o sick of all of these clowns trying to azz rape us for ridiculous, worthless info.

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