Facebook’s Billionaire CEO Mark Zuckerberg stunned investors with his bold claim about a radical tech breakthrough.
Zuckerberg said this tech is “the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.”
And Zuckerberg is putting his money where his mouth is…he’s already invested $2.3 billion to get in early.
Now, I don’t have to tell you that some of Zuckerberg’s big bets on technology…have paid off in a huge way.
After all his Facebook investment has already made him over $73 billion.
But while the talking heads in the financial media scream about Facebook…one legendary investor is quietly recommending scooping up shares of one under-the-radar company.
Because not only is this remarkable company powering the Facebook prototype that Mark Zuckerberg says is the “coolest thing” he’s “ever seen…”
But it’s also already powering products made by Google, Samsung, and LG.
And if you are an investor…this is the news that is going to stop you dead in your tracks…
Apple has now gone all-in on this tech with their new game-changing iPhone.
And the smartest minds on Wall Street are already sprinting to take advantage.
JPMorgan is urging clients to act immediately, “before iPhone mania begins in earnest.”
Because one small American company holds the key patents to this remarkable tech.
And that means that this company rings the cash-register every time Apple, Google, Samsung, or LG (just to name a few) sell some of their most popular devices.
You don’t need to be some kind of Wall Street wizard to understand what that can do for a company’s stock price.
And with everything I’m hearing coming out of Silicon Valley and Wall Street…
I don’t feel like I’m very far out on a limb with this “bold” prediction:
Five years from now, you’ll probably wish you’d bought this stock.
Because five years from now I think, anyone who is paying attention will know the name of this remarkable company.
And today is your chance to find out if you should consider investing in this technology.
Because I’ve laid out all the details in a free video report.
And I hope you’ll take a few minutes to see the full research on this developing story…and discover why we could be near a turning point.
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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. Suzanne Frey, an executive at Alphabet, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Rex Moore owns shares of Alphabet (A shares) and Facebook. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Alphabet (A shares), Amazon, and Facebook. The Motley Fool has the following options: short March 2018 $200 calls on Facebook and long March 2018 $170 puts on Facebook. The Motley Fool has a