Former Hedge Fund Manager Uncovers Big Secret

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Dear Reader,

My friend and colleague has just stepped forward with a shocking investigation…

He hired a camera crew and toured a small town of just 5,182 people located in middle America.

Why would he do that?

Turns out, this small town is set to be the epicenter of a $1.4 trillion industry.

Which is why one of the world's most powerful companies is investing $100 billion into it.

Yes. That's billion with a "B."

And those who see what's happening stand to make a fortune in the coming months and years.

If there's anyone who has a knack for these things … it's Ian King. He's a former Wall Street hedge fund manager who gained notoriety for making 251% returns during the 2008 financial crisis.

He was a private investor in electric cars long before Elon Musk and Tesla were making headlines.

And he was investing in and out of bitcoin when it was trading for $100 a coin.

He also recently closed out a 245% winner in just six months.

But as he explains, the opportunity he just uncovered could be bigger. Much bigger.

Get the full story here.


Matthew Clark
Chief Research Analyst, Stock Power Daily


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