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These Stocks AVERAGED 570% Gains in 6 Months

One of America’s most famous investors (who’s appeared twice on 60 Minutes), says this tech breakthrough will radically change your life over next few years--and could make you rich.

By Michael Palmer, Empire Financial Research  November 19, 2021

My guess is you’ve never seen anything quite like this…

There’s one massive economic story regarding America’s future that almost no one is talking about.

For starters, you may be shocked to learn that America’s two richest men are already pouring billions into this new technological convergence…

And savvy investors are already making a fortune on this trend…

In one recent 6-month stretch, a collection of 20 of the best-performing companies in this space soared an AVERAGE of 570%... with some soaring 1,000% and more.

Take a look at some of these extraordinary gains in this 6-month period...

  • WKHS up 862%
  • CBAT up 1,565%
  • NIO up 1,189%
  • KXIN up 630%
  • GP up 1,145%
  • FUV up 643%
  • KNDI up 290%
  • BLNK up 1,249%

Today, Wall Street legend Whitney Tilson, the man who bought Apple at $0.35, is revealing everything you need to know about this megatrend…

Even better, he’s giving away the name and ticker symbol of his favorite stock that’s at the forefront of this tech-convergence breakthrough. This company is way, way ahead of everyone else in this space.

Don’t worry, there’s no e-mail, credit card, or subscription required to get all the details on Tilson’s #1 stock pick in this space.

I strongly encourage you to get the facts for yourself, and position your money soon.

Click here to watch Whitney Tilson’s presentation and get his #1 pick for free, right now.

 

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