Stephen Hawking's Prediction Will Give You Goosebumps
By: Mike Klesta
Stephen Hawking is sounding the alarm on what could be a trillion-dollar technology. In fact, he’s saying it could be “the biggest event in the history of our civilization.”
And when noted genius Stephen Hawking speaks, it pays to listen.
Everyone knows Stephen Hawking is one of the most brilliant scientists in history. But what many don't know is that he's also a multimillionaire. He got his reputation (and his money) simply by being one of the smartest men in the world.
Now Hawking’s telling you, and anyone else who will listen, that the scientific advances coming out have the potential to change the course of our world. And if he's right, early investors in this super-trend could become rich.
Because this $19 TRILLION market….is still being ignored by most ordinary investors.
But Stephen Hawking isn't alone. Top business leaders are beginning to wake up.
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com, said he thinks this new technology is the key to Amazon's future. Even super investor Warren Buffett says that it will have a "hugely beneficial social effect."
When so many of the richest investors and entrepreneurs in the world are racing to get in on this new technology….well, paying attention could really pay off.
I’ve laid out the full story on this incredible tech trend in a FREE report.
And you are going to want to see this report before you invest $1 on any tech company.
Because inside you’ll discover why some mega-rich investors are rushing to cash-in on this tech trend.
And you’ll find out how one legendary investor is preparing for this incredible opportunity.
But if you want to get in on this opportunity, I encourage you to act quickly.
Because this technology could hit the mainstream any time.
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John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Mike Klesta has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Amazon. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.