And it’s all thanks to a fascinating material one expert is calling “fluorescent sand.”
It’s so profound that National Geographic says it’s triggering a revolution that “has the potential to create millions of jobs … drive growth … and enable a host of new technologies.”
Tech companies like Google, Verizon, Facebook, Verizon and Amazon are scrambling to acquire as much as possible.
Qualcomm CEO, Stephen Mollenkopf says the opportunity fluorescent sand is creating will generate $12 trillion in revenue.
With that much money on the line, the company at the forefront of this revolution could become the most valuable company on the planet.
And former hedge fund manager Ian King has just identified a California-based company that’s going to be critical in harnessing the power of this breakthrough.
Bottom line: This is one of the greatest investment opportunities you could see in your lifetime.
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