The Two Words Bill Gates Doesn’t Want You to Hear..

It is a basic marketing strategy.Nobody seems to check into cost of other products, not only of IT industry but other industries.The market shall take care of price and product.
The same media is muted on BP


On October 30, 2005, something incredible happened…

There seems to be a concerted campaign targeting Microsoft for the past 10 months.Sure, maintenance costs of Microsoft is there to stay.
It is a basic marketing strategy.Nobody seems to check into cost of other products, not only of IT industry but other industries.The market shall take care of price and product.
The same media is muted on BP.

In Redmond, Washington, one of the world’s richest — and most powerful — businessmen sent an urgent memo to his top engineers and most-trusted managers.

It sounded the alarm that a very disruptive “wave” was about to wash over the entire world — forever changing the way we get information and do business.

It also warned this would wipe out the $200 billion business empire he’d spent his life building.
Meanwhile, a few hundred miles south, on the banks of the Columbia River, a mysterious outfit known only as “Design, LLC,” quietly constructed two massive windowless warehouses.

This mammoth undertaking was code named “Project 2,” and the International Herald Tribune described the towering monolithic structures as “looming like an information-age nuclear plant.”

This may sound like something out of a Tom Clancy novel, but you’ll want to have all the facts because…
Merrill Lynch estimates this “wave” has grown into a $160 billion tsunami.

And experts say it’s going to upend a $1 trillion industry. Yet very few investors understand just how huge it’s going to be.

That’s why it’s crucial to take the next few minutes to read this report in its entirety.

At the very least, you’ll get the full story so you can decide for yourself if you’ll be front and center when the big money starts rolling in.

But be warned, the smart money is on the move…

A handful of investors are already quietly positioning themselves to cash in on this incredible economic shift. Soon, tens of thousands will be rushing to join them.
One of the most lucrative investment opportunities we’ll ever encounter

The next great technological revolution is already under way.

And now that the last pieces are falling into place, the floodgates are beginning to open.

Which is exactly where you come in…Just ask David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool. He’s convinced that this technological shift will dump millions of dollars into the portfolios of investors just like you.

You’ve probably seen David on CNBC discussing his favorite growth stocks with some of the nation’s other top-tier equity analysts. Or perhaps you’ve read one of his many best-selling investment books…

Or maybe you’re just familiar with some of his remarkable stock recommendations… eBay in 1999… Starbucks in 1998… AOL in 1994… Amgen in 1998… Amazon in 1997.

Regardless, it’s not hard to see why says he’s “among the most widely followed stock advisors in the world.”

And surely you can understand why anytime David gets excited about an investment opportunity, people stand up and take notice…

He’s been closely tracking the development of this blockbuster technology and the 3 dominant players heading the revolution.

These are the companies he believes will rule their respective industries over the next 5 to 10 years and hand investors life-changing wealth along the way.

Recent developments have him particularly excited about one of the companies. Right now he considers it the No. 1 way to profit from this coming technological boom. And he’s telling his followers to snap up shares immediately.

To see why he’s so convinced about this company, you must learn the six traits he looks for in a growth stock — and how they have led him to companies that have soared 253%, 308%, 583% and even 691% in just the past four years.

But first, a little bit more about this amazing technology and why, once again…
Read on following the link.

Author: ramanan50

Retired Senior Management Professional. Lectures on Indian Philosophy,Hinduism, Comparative Religions. Researching Philosophy, Religion. Free lance Writer.Blogger

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