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Are investors looking at the next Qualcomm right now?

Dear ,

Mike Burnick

Back in the 1990s, Qualcomm was a tiny chip maker with a unique cellular technology that every company working on mobile phones ultimately had to have.

But the company was seriously undervalued. The marketplace simply didn’t understand the incredible impact this proprietary software would have on mobile communications.

However, once Wall Street recognized Qualcomm’s virtual monopoly, its shares went from a split-adjusted 45 cents to $85.

That was a staggering 19,000% gain, turning every $10,000 into $1.9 million for early investors.

That same millionaire-making potential is about to be
unleashed again

Right now I’m looking at another potential fortune-making company that the market is seriously underestimating ...

Like Qualcomm, this company has a unique technology in a rapidly growing market. Only this time, it’s not cell phones ... it’s driverless cars.

Most investors don’t understand the incredible impact this company’s proprietary software will have on the automobile market as we transition to hands-free driving in the very near future.

Like Qualcomm, this company has a lock on this “driverless” technology and nearly every major automobile manufacturer needs it and will have to pay for it. In fact, this little-known company already has a near-monopoly with 80%-plus market share.

And like Qualcomm, this company could deliver millionaire-making profits to those who get in early.

Discover all the details on how to invest in this patented driverless technology, during Jon Markman’s remarkable 3-part series called “How to Profit from the Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave.”

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This “shockwave” stock is just one million-dollar profit opportunity Jon will reveal at his invitation-only briefing, “How to Profit from the Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave.”

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See you there.

Mike Burnick
Director of Research
Weiss Research

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