Something mysterious is happening in the Arizona desert


By: Brett Neuling

mysterious desert

A secretive shell company recently plunked down a cool US$80 million for 25,000 acres of seemingly worthless land.

The buyer, Mt. Lemmon Holdings, is a subsidiary of an investment company controlled by Bill Gates.

And there is speculation the firm plans to build the "City of Tomorrow" in the American Southwest. And investors who are paying attention could get rich during this process.

It could have everything you'd expect from a typical small town: schools, offices, retail space, 80,000 residences, and more.

But these amenities could be nothing compared to the REAL reason for this technological utopia…

Because hidden in this tech "Garden of Eden" are the clues to what industry-insiders believe can be a multi-trillion-dollar revolution.

And before you ask, no… it's not self-driving cars. While the City of Tomorrow will have self-driving cars, they could be almost insignificant compared to this new technology.

According to Boston Consulting Group, the global self-driving market is estimated to reach US$42 billion by 2025…

But leading research firm McKinsey & Co. believes this new technology will be a US$19.9 trillion market before 2025.

That's 474 times bigger than self-driving cars!

And this potential US$19 TRILLION market is still being ignored by many ordinary investors.

But top global business leaders are beginning to wake up.

Jeff Bezos, the founder of, said he thinks this new technology is the key to Amazon's future. Even super investor Warren Buffett says that it will have a "hugely beneficial social effect."

When so many of the richest investors and entrepreneurs in the world are racing to get in on this new technology… paying attention could really pay off.

Particularly because we believe there are three well-positioned companies right here on the ASX which could have the potential to make huge profits from it…

The good news is that you can find out all about these companies and this extraordinary technology today.

The Motley Fool Australia has laid out the full story on this incredible tech trend in an exclusive report – FREE for members.

And trust us… you're probably going to want to see this report before you invest $1 on any tech company right now.

Inside, you'll discover why some mega-rich investors are rushing to cash-in on this tech trend.

And you'll find out just how these three companies are preparing for this incredible opportunity.

But if you want to get in on the inside track on this tech trend, I encourage you to act quickly.

Because this technology could hit the mainstream any time.

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