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Why are so many investors googling this ... ?

Dear ,

Jon Markman

Searchers are bombarding Google with questions ...

Everyone wants to know ...

What IS the “Internet of Things” and why does it matter?

While the term has been around for more than a decade now ... it’s suddenly popping up in headlines in Bloomberg Business, Wired, The Economist, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, and more.

Tech giants like Cisco, Microsoft, and Amazon are making announcements and holding conferences about it.

And smart investors are trying to figure out how to profit from it.

That’s why I created this special event to explain the technology behind the Internet of Things in terms ordinary investors can understand — without all the tech speak and the media hype.

And to show you why I believe the Internet of Things could represent one of the biggest technology investing opportunities in our lifetimes.

A $19 Trillion Jackpot!

Industry experts estimate the Internet of Things could add $19 trillion to the worldwide economy by 2020. That’s only 5 years away.

The Internet of Things is already growing so fast and the changes are so important that the profit opportunities are going to overrun any short term secular market down trend.

If you doubt this just consider that some tech companies deeply involved in the Internet of Things have already skyrocketed 500% since 2012 alone.

Early in investors could see staggering gains just like those banked by investors in Amazon, Priceline, Apple and more a decade ago.

That’s why I’m launching my 3-part series on the Internet of Things starting on Monday, October 19th starting at 2:00 PM Eastern Time. Here are the details:

THE EVENT

"How to Profit from the Coming $19 Trillion Internet Shockwave"

THE DATES

Session #1: Monday, October 19
Session #2: Tuesday, October 20
Session #3: Wednesday, October 21

THE TIME

2:00 PM Eastern Time
(1:00 PM Central, 12:00 Noon Mountain, 11:00 AM Pacific)

This 3-part briefing is FREE — with no strings attached. All you need to do is CLICK THIS LINK so I can reserve a seat for you.

Hurry! I don’t want you to miss out on what I believe is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you to increase your wealth by up to 10X. Click this link NOW!

Yours for a prosperous future,


Jon Markman
Senior Analyst
Weiss Research

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