Tap Tech Revolution IPOs for Triple-Digit Gains
What do these three stocks have in common?
They are some of the best-performing initial public offerings (IPOs) in modern times.
These companies also share a special trait that boosts them into the stock-price gains stratosphere.
They are game changers.
Simply put, they changed an existing way of doing something in an extraordinary way.
And investors who identified this game-changing trait from the outset of their IPOs could have realized massive gains.
Gains of over 129,000% on Amazon.
Nearly 35,000% on Netflix.
And more than 11,000% on eBay.
So, why is it that these companies performed so mind-bogglingly well?
Investment guru Paul Mampilly would say they developed products and services that consumers wholeheartedly embraced at a transformative time in world history.
You see, we are all living in an era of unprecedented technology and innovation growth.
To truly understand what a special time in history we are living in today, let’s take a short journey back in time to the birthplace of the First Industrial Revolution.
In the late 1700s, any product that was made was manufactured in people’s homes — be it the food that they ate, the clothes that the wore, furniture for their homes or the hand tools they created to build and maintain structures.
Folks lived in rural areas, not venturing far from their homesteads. Everyday life centered around farming.
But as time passed, this simple way of living began to change.
Britain was the birthplace of the First Industrial Revolution for several key reasons.
The main two factors were its natural resources and its relatively stable society where politics was concerned.
Britain had a significant storehouse of coal and iron ore deposits.
Its colonial-run government was the world leader at the time.
And just like today, folks at the time were always inventing new ways of doing things. We are, after all, a dynamic species that’s always thinking and creating. It’s called progress.
So, eventually, inventors began to find easier and cheaper ways to produce things like cast iron and steel.
And Britain’s natural supply of these resources made it the hub of the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.
From this period, we began to see the mass production and industrialization of tools, machines, buildings … even iron ships.
But what truly transformed this time was the invention of the external combustion steam engine.
This invention powered us forward to the creation of the steam locomotive and steamships. This transformed how goods were transported from the Old World of Britain to the New World of the Americas.
In all, this period in history gave us the:
- Spinning jenny in 1764.
- Power loom in 1784.
- Sewing machine in 1790.
- Cotton gin in 1793.
- Electric telegraph in 1837.
- Phonograph in 1877.
Soon thereafter, dozens of companies shepherded the world into the Second Industrial Revolution and the age of science and mass production:
- The Coca-Cola Co. in 1886.
- General Electric Co. in 1892.
- Xerox Corp. in 1906.
- International Business Machines Corp. in 1911.
Let’s use GE as an example. An investment in this revolutionary company at the time, through its peak during the Third Industrial Revolution (which ran from the 1960s through the mid-2000s), would have gained as much as 96,700% on a stock split-adjusted basis.
Over the last several years, we’ve been enjoying the innovations produced during the Third Industrial Revolution — such as semiconductors, mainframe computers, personal computers and the internet — the digital revolution.
But where are we now?
We are now at the beginning of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It’s equivalent to being alive when old-world companies like GE and Xerox were founded.
So, as investors, we must be aware that the old-world companies are dying.
They are being replaced by new-world, revolutionary products and technologies that will soon reign supreme.
That’s why, as we embark on the Fourth Industrial Revolution, now is an ideal time to invest in the new era of companies ready to transform how we do status-quo tasks today.
Legendary investor Paul Mampilly and IPO Renaissance man Hudson Cashdan have created a special IPO system that’s designed to seek out and capture the potentially substantial gains ready for the taking in this new era — the Fourth Industrial Revolution IPO era.
Stay tuned for updates regarding this brand-new research service, IPO Speculator, designed to leverage this situation with a goal of 12 triple-digit gains per year.
Until next time,
Director of Investment Research, Banyan Hill Publishing