Just a little more than three months ago, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of one of the great technical achievements in the history of the human race.
It was on July 20, 1969 that Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon.
And what could be a better way to celebrate that accomplishment than to follow that up with another lunar mission?
No, we’re not going to land there tomorrow or even next year for that matter. Fact is, the U.S. probably won’t return to the moon for another decade.
So, why am I celebrating already? Fair question. The answer: a storied space pioneer just received a huge order from NASA to build up to 12 Orion spacecraft.
Known as Artemis, the new lunar program could mean at least $4.6 billion in revenue for this aerospace leader, and massive payouts for you.
And today, I’m going to show you why this fact means the stock will continue to crush the market and lift investors’ portfolios for years to come…
I have to say, I’m not surprised to see a high-octane fintech startup become a huge “unicorn.”
By “unicorn” I mean a privately held firm with a pre-IPO valuation in excess of $1 billion.
Then again, Stripe Inc. is really onto something. The firm’s technology serves as a great digital payments gateway. Wall Street and Silicon Valley are clearly impressed.
Stripe recently received fresh funding of roughly $250 million from the venture capital firms Sequoia Capital, General Catalyst, and Andreessen Horowitz.
After that cash haul, Stripe is now valued at $35 billion, making it one of the world’s most valuable startups.
It’s easy to see why Stripe is so well positioned to succeed. Adapt Insights says the global fintech payments market is already worth $4.8 trillion.
Don’t worry. To cash in on this highly lucrative field, you don’t have to strike a private deal or wait for a company like Stripe to go public.
Today, I’m going to reveal a way you can invest in the entire sector with one move that is beating the market by more than 70%…