A new report from the Defense Intelligence Agency, the military version of the CIA, revealed that Russia and China’s space assets have expanded 70% since 2019.
As threatening as that sounds, the report actually understates what’s at risk here – considering that from 2015 to 2018, we saw a combined increase of a stunning 200% for those same two nations.
In other words, Space Race 2.0 is officially kicking into high gear.
But Space Race 2.0 isn’t just about what’s happening on a geopolitical level.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is committing $10 billion to its Project Kuiper internet service, while Elon Musk’s SpaceX is launching scores of satellites for Starlink to surround Earth with their own satellite-based internet.
With the two richest people in the world leading Space Race 2.0 – Musk and Bezos with a combined net worth of $390 billion – alongside the most powerful nations on the planet, it’s no wonder Morgan Stanley projects that space could be a $1 trillion market by 2040.
But the United States’ top defense tech leaders won’t be left behind, either.
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America’s defense industry has just received an urgent new challenge; send missiles across the Earth at five times the speed of sound, or even faster.
That’s because, in recent weeks, three of the nation’s staunchest adversaries have all claimed to have successfully tested hypersonic missiles. That’s right, the governments of China, North Korea, and Russia have thrown down the gauntlet in this technological arena.
The announcements all came in rapid succession, between September 1 and October 16. For a complex new defense platform that’s a dizzying pace.
But don’t worry. In the midst of all this, a key US defense supplier used their own advanced technology to test an ultrafast missile for the Air Force.
The news comes as the firm’s earnings per share jumped 125% in the last quarter with more upside on the way…
On July 20th, if everything goes as planned Jeff Bezos will go to space on the first passenger flight of Blue Origin, the privately held company that he founded.
He’ll be adding to a list of bragging rights that includes being one of the richest people on earth.
It also includes founding Amazon, laying the groundwork for the global e-commerce economy now worth more than $10 trillion, and giving rise to the $305 billion global cloud computing market by renting out spare servers.
More importantly, he’s going to be giving us an enormous chance for massive profits in the space travel industry.
I believe this flight will be a big catalyst for the coming era of space travel expected to be worth $800 billion in roughly the next decade.
Today, I’m going to reveal a great way to cash in on this new industry with a stock that has is roughly doubling the market’s returns…
Internet satellites launched into orbit by rockets that can return back to earth in nine minutes – that’s not a passage from a science fiction novel.
It’s what SpaceX did on March 24…showcasing an emerging technology with high growth potential…that can make you a lot of money.
Right now, 74 countries have some kind of space program, and 14 of them are capable of space launches. From tourism to space-based systems that blockchain technology and 5G are dependent to run on, there is a growing need for rockets to make that all possible.
Even the United Arab Emirates, a nation the size of South Carolina, is jumping into the space game.
The UAE’s Mars probe successfully orbited the red planet and is sending back pictures. Known as the Hope Probe, its mission is to create the first complete portrait of the Martian atmosphere.
This increased activity is one of the reasons why Morgan Stanley projects that, by 2040, the space sector will be worth $1.1 trillion.
Now, some companies are private and you can’t invest in them.
While others simply don’t deserve your hard-earned money.
That’s why I wanted to make sure you saw this before the weekend.
Because one company I’ve been watching closely just got even better thanks to a $4.4 billion acquisition.
If you just looked at the headlines, you’d think this is the absolute worst time to invest in anything related to nuclear power.
After all, Big Media has been giving us a steady diet of stories about the benefit to the planet found in green energy.
Don’t get me wrong. I have recommended solar and related stocks in the past. The issue confronting us is that right now we don’t have nearly enough large, industrial-grade storage systems for wind or solar power.
Which brings me back around to a company that is set to double its stock, not by avoiding nuclear power, but by gladly embracing it.
That’s a good thing because right now as we speak roughly 55 nuclear power plants are being built around the world. And just the equipment part of the sector is worth $67.2 billion.
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