The Software Firm Fueling the $800 Billion Construction Boom

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

Most folks who stay at the Four Seasons hotel in Baltimore will focus on the amazing harbor view.

After all, sitting right on the waterfront, the luxurious hotel has rooms with floor-to ceiling-vistas of the port, the yachts and the restaurants nestled along the way.

But when I was there two weeks ago, I opened a second set of curtains in my 9th-floor room and had a great discovery experience – and this one means big money for savvy tech investors.

Here’s the thing. Looking out the right side of my room, I saw a giant construction crane that must have been 30 stories tall.

And then it hit me. Just about every city I visit these days is a beehive of building. From apartments and condos, to office towers and business parks to roads and bridges, America these days is in the business of building.

We’re talking a market that’s worth at least $800 billion, just in the U.S.

So today, I’m going to reveal a tech leader that’s ramping up to cash in on the construction boom. And is poised to hand us outsized profits…

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A “Hybrid” Drone Play on a $127.3 Billion Market

2 | By Michael A. Robinson

You could forgive drone pilots for feeling a bit frustrated these days.

After all, drone technology continues to expand rapidly because of high-def cameras, sophisticated chips, and smart-controls.

There are more than 20,000 of these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) licensed for commercial use. But “consumer use,” which also includes photographers and videographers, is quickly approaching 1 million registered drones.

In other words, America is rapidly falling in love with UAVs.

There’s just one problem. This burgeoning field has been held back by a slow-moving Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that is responsible for keeping the nation’s skies safe.

But all that’s set to change in the months ahead, as the FAA moves to update its drone rules with an eye toward getting more UAVs up in the air.

Please don’t underestimate the importance of these updates. When you factor in all of the services associated with drones, such as deliveries, this sector is set to be worth $127.3 billion.

And today, I’m going to tell you about a stock that’s not only focused on the drone boom, but also has a plan to cash in on the $12 trillion 5G bonanza…

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