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Two Hyper-Growth Stocks For The Next Decade

6/29/2023 Anant Goel

The world is changing fast.

As an investor you know change equals opportunity…the bigger the change, the bigger the opportunity. The next few years are going to be either the most interesting, exciting, and lucrative years for you or you’re going to be left behind.

In this research report you will learn about two hyper-growth opportunities they’re creating, and the specific moves you can make now to ensure you’re on the right side of the future.

You’re going to get the early edge on:

  • The one company that combines artificial intelligence, augmented reality, automation, and robotics all in one
  • TaaS (Transportation as a Service) is the latest technology revolution that will dramatically change the way we live, work and travel... it will forever change our lives.

Artificial Intelligence Is the Next Big Thing In Tech

That’s a near quadrupling of the industry in just three years and it’s just the kind of hyper-growth which creates massive gains for early investors too. The time to move into artificial Intelligence is right now too. Because artificial intelligence is not going to change the way you live, work, and play.
It already has changed it all and the changes, effects, and gains for investors will only grow exponentially from here. After all, a recent survey from Gallup found 86% of U.S. consumers used some form of artificial intelligence…
Manufacturing, finance, transportation, and healthcare are ripe for the disruptive force of artificial intelligence. Microsoft will play an essential role in all of that.

Read on to ensure you’re on the exciting side of it all.

Hyper Growth Stock #1

Mark Cuban predicted artificial intelligence will create the world’s “first trillionaire.” Naveen Rao, head of Intel’s Artificial Intelligence Products Group, said, “I think the next five or six years [in artificial intelligence] are going to be really, really fast moving.” Even five years may be a bit of an understatement because researchers at International Data Corporation estimate the demand for artificial intelligence-based applications to rise from $12 billion in 2017 to more $47 billion by 2020.

·         Google Maps and Waze use artificial to incorporate real-time traffic data and distance to determine the route to where you want to go.

·         Netflix uses it to determine movies and shows you would would probably enjoy.

·         Pandora and Spotify use it to determine new music you may like.

·         Google and Facebook use your past Internet history and relationships to determine what content may most interest you and ads for products your most likely to be interest in.

Artificial intelligence is everywhere and it’s only going to get faster and better as it ramps up from here.

 Artificial intelligence is complicated and it requires armies of coders and technicians to develop and apply. It also requires massive amounts of processing power.

As a result, the big winners in the artificial intelligence will be those companies with the size and scale to harness it in as broad and complex solutions as possible. In artificial intelligence, bigger is better.

So if you want to ride the artificial intelligence boom, you’ve got to go big. That’s why Microsoft (MSFT) is an early leader in artificial intelligence and will be a leader in artificial intelligence of the future.

Hyper Growth Stock #2

TaaS: Transportation as a Service 


Transportation as a Service (TaaS) industry is going to revolutionize our world as we know it. It might be even more significant than the smartphones revolution, and its annual sales could be over $8 trillion eventually.


TaaS will become over 8 Trillion Dollar automotive marketplace... and it will be hugely profitable selling millions of [high profile, high value, high margin] LiDAR for collision avoidance in new [75 million cars per year] and in existing [1.4 billion cars on the road] and in millions of Electric Autonomous Vehicles for the TaaS business marketplace revolution.


Sales of MicroVision LiDAR will be huge and stupendously profitable... based on its superb size, weight, power, functionality, day-light resolution and unmatched spec that is unique to LBS based 3-D scanning. 

What is TaaS…

TaaS... Transportation as a Service is the latest technology revolution that will dramatically change the way we live, work and travel... it will forever change our lives..


I have been at the cusp of every single technological and business revolution over the past 50 years... but TaaS is the biggest with massive global impact that will change every aspect of 7 billion lives on planet Earth.


Imagine a world with no service stations and no parking lots. Where houses or apartment blocks won’t require garages or parking bays. Where there are no speeding tickets or parking infringements, and the promise of no road fatalities. Where private commuters travel long distances to work while catching up on the latest news, work or catch-up on some extra sleep while traveling.


The advent of fully autonomous personal transport will likely be the most significant technological advance of the 21st century. Electric Vehicles and Driver-less vehicles will change the way everyone across the world lives, works and travels.


How autonomous transport systems will function will stretch the human imagination. “The day fully autonomous vehicles hit our streets is the day cars are not cars anymore. They can be anything.” “The primary function of transportation disappears to give rise to other functions. It could be an extension of our homes or our offices or our local cafe.”


The concept of car ownership itself is under threat in a world dominated by autonomous vehicles. The line separating public and private transport will blur. You will see personal mobility go down the same route as other industries, from music, to news, by moving to a subscription model...


“Transport as a Service” (TaaS)


It's the combination of two revolutionary technologies [Electric Vehicle and Autonomous Vehicle] and a breakthrough business model [Waymo, Uber, Lyft and dozens of others].


Current car ownership model cost... $0.70 per mile.

Future TaaS subscription model... $0.10 per mile

Electric Vehicle Maintenance: Every 100,000 miles

Electric Vehicle Life Span: 1,000,000 miles

Moving Parts in a Combustion Engine Car: 2,200

Moving Parts in a Electric Vehicle: 20


The TaaS era is imminent. All cars sold by 2027 will be electric. By then, electric vehicles will be up to 10 times cheaper to operate and maintain than those with internal combustion engines powered by fossil fuels, making them ideal for fleet buyers that offer TaaS (Transportation as a Service) subscription.


MicroVision (MVIS): Highly Recommended TaaS Stock...


Here’s why…

MAVIN™ with perception software is MicroVision’s best in class LiDAR technology product in the 10 Trillion dollar TaaS market, and each of the Six other LBS core technology verticals can spawn Trillion dollar markets of the future.

MicroVision Stock: Jumps 1,500% on Acquisition by Microsoft Speculations

MicroVision Stock: Jumps 300% on Acquisition by Automotive Tier 1 company on Speculations

Signs that MicroVision (NASDAQ:MVIS) is about to be Acquired

    Insider trading is rampant, and it’s everywhere. It’s not just company insiders. Banks and hedge funds can have advanced knowledge of mergers and buyouts, and they take advantage of the retail investors with both hands, and it’s quite legal.

    Often times an investment bank like USB will facilitate a merger. They’re paid huge sums of money to do this. Someone always talks, and buyouts and mergers always leak. There are telltale signs months in advance that you can use to your advantage.

Here are some signs that your company MicroVision is about to be bought out.

1. Before the buyout or the merger, the company CEO/CFO would talk about the future possibilities.

    In January 2022, Anubhav (MicroVision CFO) said that he expects the industry darling (which they obviously believe is MVIS) to be bought out within 18-24 months. That’s a timeframe of July 2023-January 2024. This suggests multiple high volume series production deals (for MAVIN and MAVIS) are expected to be signed over the coming months to support a big rise in the share price and to enable a buy out at an acceptable level.

    Their business model includes an amount they will receive for the hardware and a fixed price software fee per unit sold (that will not reduce over time) and they will be valued in line with software company multiples. A recent example of this is Adobe buying Figma at $20 billion. That’s 50 times their annual revenue of $400 million! A $20 billion buyout for MVIS would put the share price in the region of $120 per share.

    MVIS is ridiculously shorted. Institutions are increasing their holdings. Blackrock have just filed that they now own 7.9% of MVIS─ 13 million shares. MVIS retail shareholders keep buying the dips, no one is selling. We all know “What we own and what it will be worth!”

   Reminder for people as we head into the summer, that if we turn out to be "right" and this r/MVIS subreddit starts to get flooded with lots of new people, MVIS stock will rocket way past $120.

    This time, MicroVision has 350 employees in 4 locations (300 technologists) and some high profile Auto Companies as customers from IBEO acquisition... and they have revenue growth.

    Sale of 1,000,000 LiDAR sets (one for each new car) produces $2,000,000,000 in revenue and makes an absurd amount of net profit ($1,200,000,000) at 60% margin for hardware and software. Market for LiDAR sensors with perception software is huge; at 70 million new cars sold each year.

2. Management stops defending the stock price.

    CEOs and CFOs usually have a large stake in the company. Whatever you’ve got in the game, they’ve got more. If their stock drops inexplicably from $8 to $2.80 after market, the CEO is taking a massive hit to their net worth.

    If the company isn’t coming out with positive PR, or trying to reassure investors, it's possible they've already signed a deal to sell for $32. After all, what difference does it make if it the stock treads water between $3 and $32? In the CEO's mind, the deal is done.

    Companies don’t like to see their stock prices plummet because it makes it harder for them to borrow money, or issue shares to raise capital. It’s also a matter of prestige. Being the CEO of a billion-dollar company is a bigger deal than being the CEO of a company worth $675 million.

    Sometimes before a merger, Wall Street will crush a stock to shake out the ordinary investors. Their goal is to own as many shares as possible. If you own this stock, Wall Street can’t own it.

    So, what is the company’s management saying? Are they being silent while the stock price plummets from $8.20 to $2.80, or are they going on an outburst to defend the company? 

3. Social media posts are overly bearish and calling for the CEO’s removal.

    Short sellers often like to post crap like this: “CEO Summit is terrible. If the CEO was replaced, everything would be great.”

Posts like this accomplish two things.

One: It scares new investors from starting a position in the stock, because nobody wants to invest in a company with bad management.

Two: It conditions current investors into thinking that replacing the CEO will fix the company. Then, when the buyout is announced, current investors will be more likely to support it.

4. Wild fluctuations in stock price.

    Stocks shouldn’t move that much on a day-to-day basis, especially in the absence of any news. Unfortunately, the rise of SPAC, tech, and meme stocks has conditioned some investors into think that wild swings are the norm.

    They aren’t.

Most public companies have a market cap of $2 billion or less. When MVIS stock goes from $1.80 to $8.20 in one month, without any news, that means market cap went up by $1 billion dollars in 30 days. Then over the next 16 trading days it goes down from $8.20 to $2.80 after hours on June 27th, 2023─ with a 25% drop in one trading day on June 27th including after hours.

    That’s a haircut of $900 million dollars in 15 trading days… and 25% drop in one day on June 27th, 2023.

You need to ask yourself, “Is this drop warranted by anything?”

    What’s the news? What’s the sector doing? What’s the market doing? What’s the competition doing? There is no news, sector is up, market is up and competition is up on the day.

    What could possibly warrant a company losing $900 million dollars in market cap?

If you can’t find an answer, then it’s more likely MVIS stock is being manipulated. True, it could have been overvalued to begin with, but when you’re trying to establish whether your company is about to be bought out, you’re not looking for one sign, you’re looking for several.

    Upwards price action can also be indicative of a buyout. If your stock was crushed down to multi-year lows but has been inexplicably rising over one month (May to June 2023), and then drops like a rock, you might be looking at a buyout. Market makers have a lot of patience. They can spend years in the red because they know for a fact that a payday is coming.  

    MicroVision CFO said that he expects the industry darling (which they obviously believe will be MVIS) to be bought out within 18-24 months. That’s a timeframe of July 2023-January 2024. This suggests multiple high volume series production deals (for MAVIN and MAVIS) are expected to be signed over the coming months to support a big rise in the share price and to enable a buy out at an acceptable level.

5. Your stock has become disconnected from reality

    Let’s say your stock’s fair value is $32 and its trading at $4, you know there is a price disconnect.

In a perfect world this would be reflected in your stock price. Each day of the week your stock would go up a few cents. Obviously there are other factors at work, but this type of thinking should give you an idea of where your stock should be heading, and how quickly.

    It becomes painfully obvious that your stock is being manipulated if instead of going up a little bit each day, it goes down a big amount like 25% in one day after hours to boot.

The larger the spread between what’s happening, and what should be happening, the larger the chance of a buyout.

6. Disconnect in sentiment.

Imagine you own MicroVision stock MVIS and the company is making progress towards the goal of Automotive Tier 1 contracts in second half of year 2023, for LiDAR sensors. Your business is booming. Your customers are happy. Your employees are happy.

    One day you show up to work and find media posts, Seeking Alpha articles, news articles, analyst reports, etc., broadcasting that MicroVision is a meme stock, running out of money, has no revenue, they can’t sell anything, will soon sell more shares to dilute existing shareholders, yada, yada.”

None of this is true, but MVIS stock price dropping. New investors start avoiding your company stock. Employees are frustrated and some of them quit.

Months go by and you’re pulling your hair out. Everything is terrible now. You try to get a loan from the bank, but they don’t want to loan you money.

    Right near the end of the Qtr, an investment banker in pinstripe suit shows up and says: “Hey, bud, I heard you were having a rough time. I have a client and they have been thinking of expanding and you have a great product line and IP assets. I’ll take it off your hands if the price is right.”

Now it all makes sense. Your competition was intentionally trying to tank your business so he could buy it for cheap.

    This happens on the stock market quite a bit. It’s done with fake comments and price target downgrades.

Like in April 2020 when Goldman Sachs analyst Paul Choi slashed his price target on Immunomedics from $24 to $5. The stock dropped 12.35% to $9.34.

    The reason for the double downgrade was the FDA had found some quality control issues at one of Immunomedic’s manufacturing sites.

Six months later, Immunomedics was bought out by Gilead Sciences for $88 a share.

    The disconnection was: Does a quality control issue at a single manufacturing site warrant an 80% haircut to a price target?

Heck no.

And those are things you need to watch for. The more ridiculous the price action, and the more ridiculous the reasons behind the price action, the more likely your company is to be bought out.

[Curated content based on excerpts from posts, blogs, media articles, and sponsored research]


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