“Next Steve Jobs” Bets $100B Jackpot on New Technology

By: Adam Surplice


The breakthrough of a “terrifying” new technology has investors champing at the bit to get in early, especially a crazy Japanese businessman who’s willing to bet it all on the future.

The highly secretive Masayoshi Son is prepared to go “all in” on this next technology wave.

Son is the same man who had the “vision” to invest $20 million early on in Alibaba.

That stake is now worth $124.4B, with total returns of 622,000%.

The Wall Street Journal has even called the innovative CEO of SoftBank “The Next Steve Jobs.”

Heck, some say he’s more forward-thinking than the late Apple founder. Son gave Jobs a sketch of the iPhone in 2005 (two years before its release!).

And his next idea is even crazier.

Japan’s richest man is so determined, he’s now preparing a $100B “war chest” to invest entirely in this “terrifying” new technology, which could spell huge profits for investors.

Companies like Qualcomm, Sharp, and even Apple have quietly invested in this hedge fund, touted as the largest tech fund in the world.

And as we’ve seen before, when the world’s most innovative minds speak like this, it pays to listen.

Yet this trend has quietly gone unnoticed by millions of investors worldwide.

This could be the chance many investors have been waiting for.

But people who missed out on the meteoric rise of Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook may even have a chance to secure their place in this burgeoning trillion-dollar industry.

But in this fast paced and ever-changing world, there is a limited time before this technology takes off and leaves late investors in the dust.

I’ve laid out the full story on this incredible tech trend in a FREE report.

Son even has a $4B stake in our number one pick for this trend, one stock that’s seen 36x higher gains than Apple since 2015.

And we’re convinced Wall Street is still missing out on the number one trend that’s right under their noses

And you are going to want to see this report before you invest $1 on any tech company.

Because inside you’ll discover why some mega-rich investors are rushing to cash-in on this tech trend.

This report is available for a limited time only, so it is important to act now to secure your place in line, before this technology takes off.

Because this technology could hit the mainstream any time.

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Returns as of October 3rd, 2017. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policyDavid Gardner owns shares of Amazon, Apple, and Facebook. Tom Gardner owns shares of Facebook and Qualcomm. The Motley Fool owns shares of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Qualcomm and has the following options: long January 2020 $150 calls on Apple and short January 2020 $155 calls on Apple. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips.

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