written by reader HYPERDRIVE Portfolio by Shah Gilani

By lhf333, November 18, 2020

I just listened to the long pitch on Shah Gilani’s new project called “HyperDrive Portfolio” that was very interesting until the end with the typical pitch of a discount to order now for just under $2,000. It talked of 5 triple your money stocks. All of this pitch is geared around “work at home stocks” or virtual workforce stocks. Stock 1 is a Unified Communications Firm which integrates a company’s videoconferencing, phone, email, chat, and presentations on one platform. Stock 2, he calls the Anywhere Workplace, the co. Has interface technology that lets employees access dozens of work apps with a single login. They have signed lots of blue chip co’s and have lots of money. Stock 3 is a Vitual Command Center using AI technology to keep hundreds, thousands of remote employees working on the same network seamlessly when they are no longer connected to the co’s server. Have a partnership with the leading AI chipmaker. Stock 4 is the aUtomated Collaboration firm that lets hundreds of employees collaborate online simultaneously, it just collaborated with Musk and SpaceX. Stock 5 is a Cyber Systems Security Firm cornering this market with customized remote products that are virtually hack-proof.
He will throw in 2 bonus report.
Has anyone bought into this? It actually sounded interesting especially with more COVID cases appearing and state lockdowns looming.

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Barrie Lyn McAvenia
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Barrie Lyn McAvenia
November 19, 2020 7:16 am

Thank you for posting this question lhf333. I was actually just logging in to ask the very same question.

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Barrie Lyn McAvenia
November 19, 2020 11:25 am

Newbie mistake- lol. I posted my full name instead of a username. I have been a member for a year but that was my first post!

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November 19, 2020 8:40 am

I’d venture a guess, number 1. sounds kind of like Slack. Number 2. sounds a lot like Okta. Number 3. Sounds like Cisco to me, with their partnership with Nvidia. Number 4. Sounds like Atlassian, they had connections to spacex earlier this year. Number 5. Not sure.

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November 20, 2020 4:51 am
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I took a closer look, watched the presentation and did some further sleuthing. Based on the decent evidence crumbs for the first 4 companies; Ringcentral, Citrix, Cisco, Atlassian. And the 5th sounds maybe like Crowdstrike. Though the details he gave indicate these might be fairly good educated guess’s, the Cagr’s don’t match up.

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November 19, 2020 10:23 am

the first one is ringcentral

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November 19, 2020 11:12 am

I am curious to know what the other four are though..

Edouard d'Orange
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Edouard d'Orange
November 19, 2020 1:18 pm

All have, what he pronounces as “Kagers”, which stands for “CAGR” which is compound annual growth rates of 60-140%. Another clue.

Rick
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Rick
November 19, 2020 2:07 pm

I found Mr Gilani discussion interesting. Unlike Stock gumshoe his fee is unreasonable $2,000. However, if one knew the companies they should be positioned for great gains.

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