In the 1990s, the internet connected 1 billion users.

In the 2000s, through mobile devices, another 2 billion were connected.

Every time, investors who were “in the know” made huge money, while the rest of American’s missed out.

But finally, a new technology revolution is coming that will make these two revolutions look tiny in comparison.

Because this next wave won’t just connect people to the internet…

It’s going to become a part of virtually every aspect of our lives.

And when it does, early investors stand to make massive gains as this new technology sees 8,000% industry growth.

Goldman Sachs said: “The global industrial sector is poised to undergo a fundamental structural change akin to the industrial revolution as we usher in [this new technology].”

While it’s typically the uber-wealthy and Wall Street elite who make the biggest profits … today, one man is breaking ranks with Wall Street to show ordinary investors the secret to making a life-changing fortune on a single investment.

His name is Paul .

Paul is a Wall Street legend who has been quietly making everyday investors rich for the last few years.

He helped a man named Mitchell K. make $109,115 with just a single recommendation.

And another fellow used two of Paul’s recommendations to make $77,150 and $31,965. (You can see proof directly from this man’s brokerage account in the video below.)

Still another made more than $1 million following Paul’s recommendations.

Most shocking of all, Paul is ready to reveal the biggest investment prediction of his decorated career.

A prediction that he says will “hand investors who act fast a rare once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become incredibly rich, incredibly quickly.”

And a single company is at the core of this $19 trillion revolution.

This is the start of what promises to be a fast, profitable ride for early investors.

To watch Paul’s video presentation and for full details on the one stock poised to hand early investors the biggest profits … simply click here, or click the play button below.