My favorite TaaS investment in the world today –
Alan Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org via bounce.s50.exacttarget.com
Tue, Jun 30, 7:02 PM (10 hours ago)
Hi, my name is Whitney Tilson and I’m writing today for one simple reason…
I know the economic situation appears bleak right now.
But I’m here to tell you: We are setting up for a HUGE rally later this year – and that’s why I’m encouraging everyone I know to learn how to position yourself accordingly RIGHT NOW.
In fact, by the fourth quarter of this year, I think we will see stocks really rip higher as investors look forward to a potentially monster 2021, which should bring: visibility on a coronavirus vaccine, incredibly easy year-over-year comparisons, trillions of dollars of government fiscal and monetary stimulus sloshing around, and ultra-low interest rates.
So, what should you do now?
Well, as a former hedge fund manager who started with just $1 million and grew it into a series of funds worth over $200 million, I think my research team and I have found the next big tech trend that will make investors rich.
It’s called TaaS – and if you haven’t yet heard of this technological breakthrough, you soon will.
Over the next few years, TaaS will change the way you eat, shop, work, and travel. It will change the value of our homes and where we live. It will radically alter prices for airline and train tickets, gas, and even household goods. It could even help slow the spread of the coronavirus… and help get the American economy moving again.
In fact, news stories in recent days about one part of TaaS show how even in this depressed economic environment, optimism for how it will change the future is still soaring…
On April 10, 2020, The Wall Street Journal said, “this could be a tipping point…”
April 1, 2020, one tech executive said, “”The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the need…and opportunity…”
On March 20th, The Christian Science Monitor’s editorial board wrote a headline that read: “Sales will zoom over latest bumps.”
My point is: You need to learn about TaaS – and you need to learn about it NOW.
That’s why I’m going public today with the full story. Prior to the coronavirus, I traveled around America and the world for months (more than a dozen trips in the past six months), talking to every expert I could find.
I’ve put everything you need to know in a simple presentation, where you’ll even learn the name and stock symbol of my favorite TaaS investment in the world today.
No subscription, e-mail address, or credit card required.
You can watch or read my presentation for free right now. We’ve posted it on my research firm’s website, right here…
CEO and Founder, Empire Financial Research
P.S. It’s not all good news, however. TaaS is going to cause a lot of people to lose money, too. Dozens of well-known businesses will go bankrupt. But the truth is, the positive effects of this radical development far outweigh the negatives. Get the facts for yourself. Make sure you’re not on the wrong side of this trend. Click here to see my brand-new analysis…
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