Amazon CEO Says His Company "Will Go Bankrupt"

By: Adam Surplice

Jeff Bezos just shocked Amazon investors to the core with this dire statement:

"I predict one day, Amazon will fail."

In a recent interview, Bezos explained that he believes "Amazon will be disrupted one day" and eventually, "will go bankrupt."

What might be even more alarming is that Bezos has been dumping roughly $1 billion worth of Amazon stock every year…

But Bezos isn't just cashing out, he's reinvesting his money into a company utilising a fast-emerging technology that he believes will "improve every business."

He's not alone in seeing it that way…

  • A Shark Tank billionaire says it will create the world's first trillionaire
  • Elon Musk is contributing to a $1 billion investment in this technology
  • Even super investor Warren Buffett says that it's "enormously disruptive" and will have a "hugely beneficial social effect"

So what is it about this technology that has some of the most successful investors in the world pouring fortunes into it?

A massive investing opportunity – much bigger than Amazon, Tesla, and Berkshire Hathaway combined – is the way they see it.

In fact, research firm McKinsey & Company projects that this new industry will be worth a whopping $19.9 TRILLION by 2025.

That type of growth doesn't happen very often, and it's even more rare that everyday investors can get involved on the ground floor.

Because the challenge is that much of the innovation in this industry is coming from privately held companies.

But here's the exciting news for Australian investors like you and I….

Our analysts have pinpointed a ASX-traded company that they believe is seriously undervalued despite already having enormous success in this multi-billion-dollar industry.

In fact, this dark horse Australian company's stock has beaten the market by +625% since it went public almost 15 years ago…

The bigger opportunity – one few investors are paying attention to – comes from its fast-growing international operations and a team of scientists buried deep in South America.

We believe the biggest returns are yet to come.

Which is why I don't feel like I'm very far out on a limb with this "bold" prediction:

Five years from now, I think you'll probably wish you'd bought this ASX stock.

And the good news is that you can find out all about this company and this incredible technology today.

You see, we've laid out the full story on this "powerful trend" in an exclusive report – but you'll need to act quickly…

Because according to our analysts, this next-gen tech revolution looks like it's about to take off, and I think you'll want to get in on the ground floor before that happens.

Just enter your email below if you want the full scoop on this $19.9 trillion opportunity that has billionaire investors like Bezos, Musk, and Buffett all convinced.

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