You’ve certainly heard us talk about our colleague Joel Litman.
Joel is a forensic accountant who just made his 5th trip in the past year to the U.S. Pentagon, in Washington, D.C.
Pentagon officials, of course, can get pretty much anyone in the world to brief them on the state of the financial markets.
But they chose Joel Litman because he and his team of 100 employees take a secret forensic approach, which helps them uncover where the biggest piles of money are headed… before that information is widely known. (Here’s where he says the money is headed next.)
Forensic accountant Joel Litman has presented to Pentagon officials 5 times in the past year. Click here to see what he’s recommending now.
That’s why ALL 10 of the biggest money managers in the world have read Joel’s work… so have more than half of the 300 world’s biggest financial firms.
Some clients have paid as much as $100,000 for a single report.
He says to forget the technologies dominating today’s headlines…
Forget cryptocurrencies, 5G, electric vehicles, and self-driving cars. Forget the blockchain, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality. Forget NFTs, space exploration, and cloud computing.
You see… these are all digital technologies, and although most investors don’t realize it, they are yesterday’s news.
Joel is 100% convinced the digital revolution as we have known it is about to get steamrolled by something even bigger–which is just now hitting an inflection point.
And today, you can be among the earliest to get in. Joel explains everything you need to know, in his latest analysis, which he’s posted here.
Just be warned: You’re going to be skeptical, despite all the facts and figures he presents.
It’s unlikely you’ve heard of what Joel reveals in his latest presentation… but mark my words: You soon will. Click here to view.
Joel’s brand-new analysis includes the specifics on his #1 favorite investment in this space, including the stock name and ticker symbol. No e-mail, credit card, or subscription required to get his #1 pick. Click here to view