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I thought it was just a bunch of marketing hype ...

Dear ,

Mike Burnick

When Jon Markman first told me about the $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave, I was skeptical.

I mean, come on, $19 trillion?

Frankly, I would have dismissed it as a bunch of marketing hype — except that this was Jon Markman talking. And Jon hates hype!

Seriously, I know Jon. And he’s not the kind of guy who exaggerates. He’s more of a "just give me the facts" kind of guy.

For decades, Jon has accurately reported on every major technology trend from the rise of the PC to the dominance of the cloud. He was the founding managing editor of MSN Money, a member of two Pulitzer Prize winning staffs at the Los Angeles Times, and a winner of the prestigious Gerald Loeb award for distinguished business journalism.

So when someone like Jon starts to throw around trillion dollar estimates like they are chump change, it’s hard to dismiss it as hokum.

That’s why I asked Jon to sit down with me and explain why, in his words, “this may be one of the single largest technology shockwaves the world has ever seen ... growing from $1.9 trillion in value today to $19 trillion in as little as five years.”

More importantly, I asked him to share the key companies he’s tracking right now and why he believes they have the power to create significant wealth for investors.

The briefings will be held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week at 2 PM Eastern Time. The event is called ...

“How to Profit from the Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave”

Don’t miss your chance to watch as Jon reveals the new fortunes early investors stand to make in the coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave.

This could be the best chance you’ll ever have to ride a massive technology disruption to a comfortable retirement.

The 15-minute briefings are FREE to you — with no strings attached.

And registering is easy. Simply Click Here to Register.

I urge you not to miss Jon’s FREE briefing. It’s the only place you can get the facts on this massive technology wave — without all the hype.

PLUS ... Jon also reveals the specific stocks that are right now riding this wave and have the potential to deliver gains of up to 500%.

Hurry before all the seats are taken. Click here to register,



Mike Burnick
Director of Research
Weiss Research

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