Virtually every single bank, brokerage, endowment, insurer and hedge fund in the world is gearing up for a rare economic event some call a “Master Reset.”
They have $520.2 billion riding on this Reset, which one industry leader calls “one of the biggest industrial transformations probably in the history of capitalism.”
Former star hedge fund manager Enrique Abeyta – whose name you may recognize from his frequent appearances in The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Barron’s, Institutional Investor, Forbes, Business Insider, and Bloomberg – agrees…
“This could be the biggest Master Reset we’ve seen to date. Bigger even than the ultra-lucrative Resets we’ve seen occur in computing, telecom and retail.
We’re talking about a $3.8 trillion market that’ll be rebuilt practically from scratch – and grow faster than crypto, artificial intelligence and cloud computing combined. And it’s just now hitting an inflection point.”
What exactly are Abeyta and all these major institutional investors so excited about?
What types of stocks are they predicting will be the biggest winners of the years to come?
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