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To Own the Tiny Startup That Just Stole $16 Billion
In Revenue Out From Under Tesla's Feet

 

Dear Reader,

Sometimes you just know something is right the moment you lay eyes on it.

Whether it's your dream home, where everything is already perfect and in the right place; or a car, or a job, or a significant other... Every once in a while, you just don't need further investigation beyond that first look to decide you like something.

In our day-to-day lives, love at first sight can happen at any moment, but it almost never happens when it comes to investing.

There are no perfect stocks or companies out there — definitely nothing that can be called perfect after just a quick glance.

Every investment, no matter how attractive on the surface, needs to be vetted down to the smallest detail before decisions are made.

As an investor with more than a decade of experience, I know this fact the same way I know the sky is blue...

Which made a recent conversation I had with the CEO of a small tech company all the more bizarre.

You see, I talk to a lot of these guys. They all have something to sell, which makes it necessary for me to be on guard all the time, and to know how to separate fact from fiction.

So when this guy told me he had a product that was going to dominate one of the fastest-growing sectors in the entire tech industry, I had an immediate doubt.

A big one.


Rule #1 to Winning Big: Beat the Biggest Rivals

"You guys are competing with Tesla's Powerwall?" I asked.

Of course they were.

Distributed energy storage, as it’s known, was exactly the niche that Tesla founder Elon Musk had created — at least as far as most people knew — when he made headlines announcing the groundbreaking new product in 2015.

The Powerwall revolutionized domestic energy management in a few ways.

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It allowed homeowners to store power — meaning they could buy it from power companies at certain times to take advantage of lower rates for on-demand use, as well as store the power they generated using solar panels or other forms of domestic power generation.

In short, it basically turned your house into its own little power plant — for you to create and manage as you pleased, or even sell it if you so chose.

With widespread adoption, such a system would take enormous pressure off the power grid, protect homeowners from power outages, and, as I mentioned, even make them money.

And as soon as the announcement was made, widespread adoption was exactly what the future had in store, thanks in no small part to Elon Musk's famous knack for promotion.

In its first week, Musk boasted that the company had received more than $800 million in pre-orders for the domestic power storage system.

A few weeks later, he stated that the demand for the product had become so huge that it would gobble up the entire production capacity of his equally famous Gigafactory — the world's biggest battery production facility — even though it had been built to supply the growing demand for lithium batteries stemming from expanded Tesla auto sales.

It was the right thing at the right time. The future seemed set in stone.


Thanks for the Hype, Elon. Now Step Aside

And yet this guy on the phone was calmly telling me that he was going to dominate this industry.

Elon Musk's industry.

He could have just as easily told me that he was planning to shoot down a B2 Bomber with a bow and arrow, or take on a major league baseball team singlehandedly... with his feet tied together.

"The Powerwall has serious problems," he started to respond. "Your average house needs two of them. Takes a team of guys a whole day to install. They're pretty, but the cost of two will buy you a pool, so you're not going to have millions of customers no matter what."

"You'll have enough," I shot back. "Just like their cars. First the rich customers will come. Then they'll build a cheap one to sell to the masses."

He talked for a few more moments about how his batteries were smaller, cheaper, with a higher capacity... How they could be installed by two inexperienced people in just a few hours.

It all sounded great, but I've seen plenty of examples of small companies that supposedly make more efficient, cheaper products in order to compete with major brands.

They usually fail anyway, just because those big brands will out-market, out-sell, and eventually drive the upstarts out of business.

"Our batteries are better, without a doubt, but that's not where our advantage lies," he continued. "It's our power control that make the difference. The brains behind the hardware. What Musk doesn't tell you when he talks about Powerwall is that it's only a battery. You still need a control system to use it. They don't build those. A third party does."

"So you build the whole package, then, battery and power control system?"


Scalable Profits, Major Clients, Universal Compatibility

"We do, but our biggest clients make their own batteries and buy our power controls to manage them."

Okay, now this was getting interesting. Clients.

Like I said a moment ago, I've seen plenty of supposedly "better" products from startups. They usually disappear.

They usually disappear because of a lack of commercial acceptance — a lack of clients.

"How big are your clients?"

"I'm not allowed to disclose the identity of the largest one, but I can say that it's a major German automotive company."

I was at my computer when he said those words, so I Googled "German automaker" and "batteries," and what did I see?

Third or fourth in the results was an article about how Daimler AG, owner of the Mercedes-Benz brand, just told Tesla that it would no longer be needing an external source of batteries for its electric car line.

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Could this be the major client this CEO was talking about?


The Clues Are Everywhere, Once You
Know What to Look For

I listened to him talk as I did a second search, this time using the ticker symbol of the company whose CEO was on the phone.

Scrolling down the news, there it was: an announcement of a development contract with a "German automotive subsidiary."

Chills ran up my back at this point because I felt almost as if I was privy to secret information.

A tiny company, with shares trading in the $0.20 range, with a market capitalization of less than 0.2% of Tesla, sealing contracts with massive, globally renown brands for a product that Tesla itself needs.

It seemed too good to be true — essentially a venture-stage company with fewer than 40 employees, and yet its product was about to become a common feature in some of the most recognizable vehicles on the road.

I got off the phone with him and got down to thinking. Is it really this good? Could this company really have $50 million in revenue potential next year — a sum bigger than the firm's entire current value?

The CEO told me to expect more news flow in the coming weeks, but what happened the very next day was what sealed the deal for me.

I received an excited phone call from one of my business contacts, a venture capitalist who calls me every couple weeks with new ideas.

This is a guy who rarely changes his tone of voice, so when I heard him going a mile a minute, I knew that whatever was brewing was far from ordinary.


Frantic Phone Calls From Multimillionaires

"They halted trading," he said. "News is pending, but I can tell you right now that it's about a financing. A major fund is getting behind them."

I flipped over to my finance page and immediately confirmed that he was right.

The financing was a major step for this company, which was still in its pre-profit stages, to get its products to full-scale commercialization.

At this point, I was sold. Moreover, I was getting antsy... the way I usually get when I start to feel like I'm going to be late for something important.

I’m not used to getting this feeling about a stock, but this time, all the planets were aligning.

The smart money was already talking... meaning this boat would leave without me if I took too much longer.

The next day, a Saturday, the company made another news release...

A press release that made the previous day’s news look minor by comparison.


Commercial Units Delivered to Mysterious
Major German Auto Maker

The company announced that its first commercial power control units had been delivered.

The recipient: the very same German car company that had just told Tesla and Elon Musk to take a hike.

The name of the company was still not mentioned due to a confidentiality agreement, but there it was, plain as day. (If you don’t feel like Googling, keep reading/listening and I’ll divulge the name in a few minutes.)

The press release stated that this first batch would be followed by large-volume deliveries starting in the second half of the year.

The CEO hadn't been lying. With news like this making the wires on a regular basis, it wouldn't be long before the stock took off on organic trading momentum alone.

Once earnings started to catch up to the headlines, this stock, now on the cusp of $0.30, would soon head for the dollar mark.

And that would still only be scratching the surface.


On a Multi-Year Timetable, This Company
Will Be Valued in the Billions

This market, anticipated to reach $16.5 billion within the next eight years, could very well come to rely on this company's power control system the same way the PC universe once relied on Microsoft.

This sub-$40 million company could grow to 20 times its size well before that happens.

Which means investors holding shares of it today will be banking 2,000% gains in short order... And that’s just to start.

I opened this story by talking about how sometimes you just know when something is right.

When it comes to stocks, having that gut instinct is valuable, just as long as you take the time to make sure it's more than just a first impression.

Talking to the guy who had everything to gain from this company's success, I knew I had to be diligent, no matter how convincing this CEO may have been.

Today, more than a week (not to mention two major headlines) later, I can say with confidence that my first knee-jerk response was right on the money.

This may well go down as one of my best discoveries yet... and the fact that it's already up close to 50% since I first picked up the phone only adds to my confidence.

This really is venture-level investing for the everyday trader.

In the next few minutes, I’m going to show you exactly how you can turn that venture-level investment into a small fortune, with just a small position in this true sector-dominating company.

I’ll tell you about the company, the idea, and how the product is already getting the kind of industry attention that could turn this tiny company into a billion-dollar brand before the end of next year.

But before you get all the details on how this story took such a surprising turn and landed this tiny company in such a history-making situation, I want to show you where the story began in the first place.


THE Brand Name of the 21st Century... And
The James Bond Villain Behind It All

It’s a brand that’s arguably as famous as any 21st tech company — including the three greats, Apple, Google, and Facebook.

Since it first began nearly a decade ago, when it released the Roadster electric supercar, Tesla has dominated the headlines with the coolest and most sought-after products consumers can own today.

The company singlehandedly stripped the electric car’s reputation for being a boring, limp, and uninspiring alternative to traditional automobiles, and turned it into the hippest thing on four wheels.

Its first model, the Roadster, showed the world you could race a Ferrari while making zero emissions.

Its second model, the S, showed the world you could let your car drive itself, and not just race a Ferrari but beat one, still making zero emissions.

Then came the SUV, and finally, the Model 3, which completed the circle by making it available to mass consumers for prices rivaling the most popular models built by companies like Toyota, Honda, and Ford.

The company went from novel idea to mainstream auto brand in just a few years, but the technology was just half of the equation.

The other half was the man who started it all: billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk.

His face has become as recognizable as the logo and the product it appears on.

Every step of the way, alongside every new product, his smile and voice have pushed the products farther and farther into our brains, and the company’s sales through the roof.

Only a proper James Bond villain could rival this man in terms of wealth and charisma.

The company grew by a factor of 10 in less than a decade, going from a $2.7 billion upstart to a $37 billion giant.

In turn, Elon Musk’s reputation for being a business magnate became global, and his personal fortune ballooned to $12 billion.

But all that wasn’t enough. Musk couldn’t be satisfied merely building the world’s most desired and best-selling electric cars, or with billions of dollars in the bank, or even with his own aerospace company, SpaceX.

At the ripe old age of 43, he announced that Tesla would be spending $5 billion on the world’s biggest battery manufacturing facility — the Gigafactory, as he nicknamed it.

That factory, which would be built in Nevada, would double the world’s lithium battery production capacity all by itself and would allow Tesla to produce all of the batteries it needed for its cars.

It was easily the biggest tech story of the year, with Musk garnering even more of what he loved just as much as success itself — attention.

The very next year, however, Musk threw yet another curveball when he announced that this new Gigafactory, which was still under construction, would be producing another product...

Something that didn’t seem related to cars at all.

He announced the Powerwall home energy storage system — basically a giant battery that homeowners could use to manage the energy they bought from power companies, as well as the power they produced using common domestic energy generators such as solar panels.

It was indeed a surprise, but not as big as the one that came the week after he announced this new product.

Tesla received over $800 million in pre-sales for this new line of products, an innovation that promised to revolutionize aging power grids across the U.S. and the world and help usher in a greener, more carbon-free future for everyone.

Musk went public proclaiming there were so many orders that even his $5 billion Gigafactory, which would already double world lithium-ion battery production, was now far too small to supply both Powerwall demand and the automotive lithium battery demand for its own cars.

That same year, Tesla’s Model S became the best-selling car in its class across the whole world.

It looked like Musk and Tesla were on the way to becoming the biggest tech brand of the century.

Forget Apple or Google or Facebook... Tesla was attacking and dominating one major industry — automobiles — while inventing a brand new one.

Tesla and Elon certainly had a lot of aces up their sleeves, it seemed. 

A surprise at every turn.

The final surprise, however, and the biggest one yet, was still to come.

And it would also be unprecedented, because it would be a surprise ON Elon Musk, not BY him. 

Just a few weeks ago, one of Tesla’s biggest clients — Daimler, parent company of the Mercedes-Benz brand, which used to buy batteries from Tesla for its own line of electrical vehicles — told Elon Musk and his company that their services would no longer be needed.

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It was the biggest hit to the mushrooming tech company since its very inception, not to mention to the ego of its figurehead founder.

Daimler decided it would no longer need Tesla’s products because it had found a better solution.

Somebody else was making a superior product...

A company that was just a tiny fraction of the size of Tesla, and yet was about to snatch an entire industry out from under it.


A Single Deal... The Huge Crack in Tesla's Armor

Daimler canceling its contract with Tesla showed TWO major weaknesses in Elon Musk’s plan.

First of all, Daimler could make its own batteries for less.

And second, Tesla didn’t make the power control systems for its batteries at all.

It had them made by a third party.

Daimler, however, didn’t choose that third party for its own needs.

It went with the PCS maker that had proven to make the best, most efficient, and most effective PCS units in the entire industry.

It was a company nobody had heard of up until then... A company that had been working on a domestic power storage system, much like the Powerwall, and had developed this groundbreaking new power control system in the process...

A product Tesla paid others to make for it.

The company was tiny.

Less than $40 million in total market capitalization, with just a few dozen employees.

When I first heard about it, I had my doubts, of course.

Like I said before, it seemed too good to be true.

Not only did it beat Tesla in making batteries that were smaller, cheaper, easier to install, and far better in terms of capacity, but it also made the electronic brains that controlled them.

Systems that were compatible with all the batteries on the market — making it the go-to supplier for anybody interested in using large lithium-ion batteries, regardless of the application.

After all of Elon Musk’s hype, all of the talk about pre-orders and his multibillion-dollar "Gigafactory" being too small, this little upstart comes out of nowhere, steals one of Musk’s biggest clients, and then beats his famous technology.

The thing is, this is exactly how major companies get their launch.

It’s exactly how Tesla itself turned the electric car industry on its head in the first place — by making something better than everyone else.

Nobody thought the same thing would end up happing to Tesla, but right now, as I sit here reading the latest news released to the public about this company, it’s exactly what I’m seeing.


Give Credit Where It's Due

A few short years from now, when this company has risen to be a billion-dollar tech brand in its own right, it will still have one outsider to thank for its success... at least in part.

You see, if not for Musk’s passionate promotion of the Powerwall, the domestic power storage industry itself would never have gotten the attention it did.

That attention is what brings new clients and what allows competitors to rise and challenge the champion.

When it comes to the future of power storage, however, this little upstart has already surpassed Tesla’s potential by a long shot.

Its batteries are so superior to the Powerwall that a single unit, installed in under two hours by just a pair of workers, can do the same work as two Powerwalls — each costing up to $10,000 and requiring a full day and a full team to put into place.

For larger clients, such as businesses, this company makes a line of commercial batteries.

And at the heart of each one is the power control system — the best in the industry — which is being installed in Mercedes' new cars even as you read this.

Put it all together, and it doesn’t take Warren Buffett to see the opportunities.

An industry-beating product... superior pricing... unheard-of efficiency... clients already stolen from a competitor that’s more than 500 times larger...

All trading today at just fractions of a penny on the dollar compared to where it will likely be by the end of 2017.

Companies like this usually don’t go public until they’re well past the billion-dollar mark.

Getting in on the ground floor of companies like this is usually only open to already-wealthy, well-connected investors.

People you read about in Fortune magazine.

And that’s the final piece of the puzzle.

You see, this company is already public. You can own shares of its stock in just a few minutes if you wanted to.

You could own shares of this company right alongside the founders and seed investors, at just pennies more than they paid to get it up and running.

You could invest a relatively small amount and then sit back, wait a few months, and cash out enough to retire.

You could get started in just a few minutes, and then, when it’s all over, not worry about money ever again.

Sounds too good to be true?

Yeah, I thought so, too... But this time, it’s as real as could be.

Even for a seasoned guy like me, it’s a shot that could make a career... and there’s absolutely nothing stopping you.

For me as an analyst, but even more so as an investor, this company was a dream come true.


Hi, My Name is Alex Koyfman

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It’s considered impolite to discuss personal finances, but I’m not afraid to say that I’m quite comfortable with it... beyond comfortable, actually.

When I’m not at my office in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, I work from home, overlooking my secluded 33-acre property.

My house doesn’t just have an address... It has an actual name, posted out front on a big, wooden shingle.

It wasn’t my idea. I don’t go in for that sort of flashiness, usually... But in this case, I had to indulge myself a bit.

When I get bored of my pool or my 4-wheelers, or hunting and finishing on my sprawling property, I travel anywhere I want.

I’ve walked the Great Wall of China. I’ve spent weeks out in the African Savannah on safari. I’ve sailed the Greek Islands on a private catamaran.

I recently had to get a new passport because my old one had completely run out of room for new stamps.

Again, this isn’t bragging. This is life. This is what I worked for years to achieve.

And like many successful people, I got there doing something I really enjoy.

To me, trading isn’t a job, a casual hobby, or another form of gambling.

It’s a passion — something I obsess over day in and day out.

And the fact that I take it seriously has paid off.

It all started with the very first trade I ever made when I was in my early 20s.

I took a long shot on what had once been a multibillion-dollar company just as its stock was crumbling in one of the biggest financial debacles of the early 2000s.

Everyone else ran, but I weighed the opportunity. When the time was right, I pulled the trigger.

I ended up turning several thousand dollars into a small fortune as the stock rebounded hundreds of percent from its lows.

The secret has proven so effective and consistent that in 2009, I decided to pursue stock trading full time.

Apart from running a 400,000-subscriber investment blog and doing some financial writing on the side, that's exactly how I live my life today.

You won’t find me on CNBC, CNN, or any other major television network, and I don’t plan on writing any books or doing any seminars (not that I haven’t been asked).

It’s just not my cup of tea.

I love to trade, and I love to invest; it’s what I do best, and it’s what I plan to continue doing.

Well, let’s just say I’ve made several high-powered contacts over my trading career, and one of them personally asked if I would join his team and help other folks make the same kinds of returns I’ve experienced.

I was pretty hesitant at first, but after several meetings and negotiation sessions, I finally agreed, and here I am today, coming to you from Angel Publishing.

And as promised, I'm here to share the REAL SECRET to financial freedom with you today.


The Most Successful Investors Start By Leading... Not Following

Ask any rich investor how they got that way, and the answer is almost always the same...

"I bought in early."

Of course, with every big opportunity, there comes risk. But done right, a smart investor will cut that potential downside to nearly nothing...

While maximizing upside to levels amateurs could only dream of. 

Just check out these gains — all banked by investors during a single 12-month period by seeing the trends and getting in ahead of the pack:

  • Bravada Gold Corp. shot up 627% in just under a month
  • Maverick Minerals jumped 367%
  • North American Energy Resources skyrocketed 400%
  • Verso Paper went up 380% in just a few weeks
  • Canadian Tactical Training Academy zoomed up 1,977%

With just $50 in any one of those companies, you’d have made anywhere from $183 to $1,038.

Pretty nice for "risking" just $50.

And if you’d started with, say, $500 into each of the companies I just listed... you’d be sitting on $20,750 in pure profit.

That's the power of "leading the trend," as I like to call it... the process of foreseeing a strong market while it's still dormant. 

Leading the trend is what all investors aim to do, but in the end, what almost all investors end up doing is reacting to what they see in the news. 

Instead of leading the trend, they follow the trend, and that's no way to make real money investing. 


Leading The Trend: Think You Can Do It?

Before we go on, I have to warn you, this strategy isn't for everybody. 

You see, the reason most investors follow the trend instead of leading it is because of basic human nature. 

Doing something that the rest of the crowd isn't doing — or hasn't thought of doing yet — goes against our instincts. 

In short, it's frightening, and because of that, the vast majority of investors play it safe, take the easy shots, and learn to be content with the modest gains they eke out. 

That's probably the right approach for most people, to be honest, because all the stress of being ahead of the crowd can be too much if you don't have the right constitution.

For those rare few who work well with the idea of getting in early and coming out far, far wealthier, here are just a few of the results you can expect:

  • 300% on Dajin Resources Corp.
  • 210% on Versus Technology
  • 96% on MCW Energy
  • 90% on Defiance Silver Corp.
  • 87% on Everton Resources
  • 64% on BioMmune Technologies Inc.
  • 62% on Milestone Scientific

These are all actual, realized gains my readers collected on overlooked companies, with average hold times of just a couple months. 

While the rest of the crowd was buying up Apple or Tesla, my readers were doubling, even tripling their money trading stocks that the mainstream just didn't see coming. 

My quickest trade of last year — UniPixel Inc. — gave investors 40% gains in just five days, and went on to quadruple in just one month.

Go ahead and check these companies, and see the charts for yourself.

You’ll see the proof.

With profits like these quickly piling up, you can see how professional investors make the kind of money most people only dream about.

Unfortunately, picking these stocks is no easy task.

It takes a trained eye and years of experience to see the opportunities and get the timing right.

The good thing for you, however, is that you don’t need to know the ins and outs of leading the trend into emerging markets.

Because right now, I am willing to do ALL of the legwork for you.

That’s my job here at Angel Publishing. I find the fastest-gaining stocks in the world, bar none.

So now that you’ve seen how profitable leading the trend can be, it’s time for me to show you how to start making them work for you.


The World's Richest Investors Hoard
These Stocks for Themselves

I'm NOT your typical investment "guru." I've never worked for a Wall Street bank or hedge fund. In fact, I routinely put most top hedge funds to shame.

I've been in the investment research business for almost two decades, starting out as a self-taught trader in my late teens.

I've traveled the world from Vancouver to Vladivostok, searching out investment opportunities few ever hear about.

I've traded on American, Canadian, European, and even Mongolian exchanges.

I count numerous members of the rarefied point-one percent among my friends and colleagues — which isn't something I often boast about...

But it's something you should expect from the person you go to for cutting-edge, informed investment strategies.

I was asked to join the Angel Publishing team because of my ability to find the most profitable overlooked stocks in the world.

So I came on board to publish a new advisory service called New Century Report.

This is where I reveal ALL of my profit opportunities, special updates, timely alerts, and anything else you need to know in order to get rich using penny stocks.

Perhaps more importantly, my research is 100% independent.

Companies don’t pay me to "pump" their stock. I’m not a member of any "old boys" clubs, and I’m in no one’s back pocket.

I answer to you. That’s it!

Few in my industry can say the same.

My only goal is to deliver my readers results because that’s the only way I stay in business, and so only the very best stock picks get by me and into my readers' inboxes...

Picks I believe could put you on the fast track to ultimate freedom and happiness.

So far, 90% of the trades I've closed out have been winners.

Had you been following my other portfolios, you could've banked gains of 64%... 59%... 61%... 96%... 300%... 210%... and more.

But don't worry — because the best is yet to come... And the company I’ve been telling you about, which has just uprooted the world’s biggest name in batteries, is going to break records.

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