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Why Now Is the Time to Invest in the Internet of Things

There has never been a better time than right now to invest in the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution.

As Wall Street legend and technology expert Paul Mampilly says: “Three fast-emerging innovations could send the IoT industry soaring.”

3 Reasons to Invest in IoT Stocks Right Now

  1. Self-driving cars: With a projected growth rate of 62% per year over the next 10 years, it’s not surprising self-driving cars are poised to become a multitrillion-dollar industry.
  2. 5G: In the months ahead, 5G will roll out from coast to coast and is forecast to boost the economy by $700 billion.
  3. Artificial intelligence (AI): Machines are now “talking” to one another and becoming smarter and faster. Expect an industrial boom of $949 billion by 2025.

All three of these innovations are rapidly going mainstream, and it’s become crystal clear that now is the time to invest in the IoT revolution.

Mr. Mampilly has isolated one company at the epicenter of it all. A $10 billion company with a remarkable chip that’s critical to self-driving cars, 5G and AI. A chip that’s just one thousandth of an inch in size.

According to Paul’s research, this technology has the potential to mint more millionaires than the steam engine, the automobile and the internet … COMBINED.

He just put together a special presentation detailing everything about the Internet of Things and the company he believes is the number one tech stock to invest in right now.

Watch it now. 


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