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The World’s Richest Man Is Betting $1 Billion Per Year On This Industry

By: Adam Surplice

Jeff Bezos has been making waves by dumping Amazon stock at a staggering rate.

The world’s richest man plans to dump $1 billion of Amazon stock every year. Bezos isn’t just cashing out, though, he’s reinvesting his money into a different company.

Bezos isn’t alone in his investment strategy – fellow billionaire Elon Musk has bet well over a hundred million in the exact same industry.

Why are some of the richest men in the world investing in the same industry?

A massive investing opportunity, is the way they see it.

Investment bank Morgan Stanley thinks that this industry will grow from its current size of $350 billion to a whopping $1.1 trillion by 2040.

That type of growth doesn’t happen very often, and it’s even more rare that everyday investors can get involved – and potentially profit.

The challenge for you and I is that much of the innovation in this industry is coming from privately held companies.

But fortunately for you, I’m about to let you in on a secret that we’ve only been sharing with Motley Fool Australia members.

We’ve found a public company that our analysts think is insanely undervalued despite already having great success working with Elon Musk in this billion-dollar industry.

We believe this company could be set to lead the pack for years to come, and with two of the richest men in the world backing the industry, we feel confident in the potential for massive gains from this stock.

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