Everything from transportation to grocery store checkout to even some of the most fundamental aspects of running a business, there’s technology in the works to make it run all by itself.
But it’s that last one that I want to really focus on. It’s all thanks to a pioneering platform that can monitor itself, secure itself, and even repair itself when the system encounters performance failures.
These features will give its manufacturer a huge edge in the $46 billion database management market.
That same manufacturer has proven that they’re a far better bet than the broader market to the tune of 77%.
Today, I want to show you why this is just the beginning…
Today, I want to rewind to two of our conversations from last March and in June because I’ve discovered a hidden connection that could make us a lot of money.
Let’s start with our chat back on March 9 wherein I mentioned that we’re seeing a boom in Internet satellites needed to provide Web access to half the world’s 7 billion people.
Then on June 29, I revealed one of my favorite plays in the $140 billion cybersecurity market.
These are two major trends taken separately, but together, there’s a problem (and a highly lucrative solution.)
“In space, no one can hear cyber security professionals scream” – That was the verdict from a UK online journal called The Register in their September 2 headline.
For all the wonderous capabilities of our modern communication satellite network, they also present an appealing target to the cybercriminals of today.
Here on Earth, it’s not disaster that I’m predicting. No, instead I can hear cash registers ringing. See, that cyber leader I noted a moment ago is absolutely crushing the market by crushing this problem.
In fact, it’s up 28% since our June cyber talk. That beats the S&P 500 during the period by a stunning 460%.
Today, I want to show why this great company is set up to double its earnings, and its stock price along with it, in as little as 19 months…