In a matter of months a handful of stocks will begin trading at 10, 20 even 37 times their current value.
The news will come as a shock to most… though some of Wall Street's brightest have been loading up on these shares for 12 months or more.
You see, right now there's a transformation taking place that's revolutionizing the way we do business.
A simple but highly effective technology has been filtering its way into every facet of the supply chain… down to the very bottom.
It's Wal-Mart's favorite new toy – allowing them to replenish inventory 3 times faster than before (meaning they can sell 3 times as much product.)…Ford, Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly-Clark, Kraft Foods, Gillette,Boeing, Coors - to name a few - have also recently jumped on the bandwagon.
And no wonder.
It's estimated that U.S. retail giants alone lose more than $70billion a year in potential revenue because they can't keep track of their inventory!
The Wall Street Journal says "Radio ID tags may soon be placed in every product imaginable"
Time magazine says this device is: "fueling a quiet business revolution that promises to speed up inventory and payment systems – and change our lives"
Barron's wrote several above the fold pieces on it. Most recently saying "RFID could drive gains in productivity by cutting labor costs, shrinking inventories and reducing out-of-stock items"
But while the technology itself has begun to garner attention from some in the financial media – it's yet to make its way into the "mainstream"press.
CNN hasn't uttered a word… NBC is in the dark… even FOX has turned a blind eye.
That's because for a long time it was just pie in the sky… something promising but still too speculative for most serious investors to take a strong position.
But that's all changed.
What do you think will happen to this little company that is expected to bring RFID to Everyone – one of Microsoft's most important new business partners – Microsoft has announced that RFID is now a standard operating feature on all their Windows software?
(Consider this. This little RFID company has a market cap of less than 1/300th the size of Microsoft's. So while Microsoft's shares may increase a few dollars on the news - this company will soon start trading off the charts!)
Keep an eye on this stock
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