This is a moment in history unlike any before.

I’m not talking about the COVID-19 pandemic. And I’m not referring to the heated presidential election either.

This moment is special because we’re finally seeing a wave of next-generation technologies coming to fruition at the same time.

Artificial intelligence…


Big Data…

Self-driving cars…

The Internet of Things…

These are just a few examples of the areas in which companies are creating life-changing innovations today.

It’s a brand-new era for tech investors. That’s exactly why the Smart Profits Daily team sets out to help you understand (and profit) from it all.

To do that, Ian King decided to host something he’s calling the New Era Fortunes Summit.

And today, I want to give you a special preview of what he’ll be discussing…

Your Chance to 10X Your Money

As you may know, small-cap stocks are companies with valuations between $300 million and $2 billion.

Over the past 21 years, 309 small caps have made 1,000% gains or better.

That’s 15 quadruple-digit winners per year on average — roughly one or two per month.

That may seem like a lot of big winners. But with this new era of technology, we could see more small-caps stocks soar 1,000% or more in the next decade than ever before.

On October 29, during his New Era Fortunes Summit, Ian will walk you through his five-phase strategy for targeting stocks that could shoot up 1,000% or more in as little as a year.

He’ll also talk about the little-known tech stocks in his Top 3 “New Era” Windfall Opportunities report and explain why every investor needs to have these stocks in their portfolio right now.

To sign up for this epic event, all you have to do is click here and enter your name and email address. That’s it! And it’s completely free to attend.

The webinar’s only a few days away. So if you haven’t already, make sure to RVSP now and reserve your spot.

And stay tuned. This new era of tech investing is a big focus for us at Smart Profits Daily, and we don’t want you to miss out on the latest developments.


Jay Goldberg

Assistant Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing