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The Pentagon's Favorite Little High-Tech Security Contractor

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted December 19, 2019

Dear Reader,

Companies spend billions of dollars on advertising every year, and yet, when it comes time for you to pick a product that your life and safety may depend on, how do you realistically judge the value of its brand?

The oldest and probably most reliable method is also the simplest and most intuitive: you ask around.

You ask the people you trust — people with relevant experience — and you act on that information.

It's something no advertisement, no matter how costly, can ever do: objectively vouch for a product.

When it comes to things like power tools, household appliances, even cars and home builders, asking your friends and colleagues is perfectly sufficient.

But what about when it comes time to invest in something that normal, everyday people typically don't buy?

Say, for example, you need a high-tech, AI-enhanced security system capable of covering a facility with hundreds of acres, dozens of individual structures, and hundreds (or even thousands) of people coming and going.

You can't ask your friends about it, so who do you go to?

The Ranking Expert Is the One Who Spends the Most

My first answer would be to learn who the biggest or most demanding consumer of this technology is, and find out how and where they spend their money.

When it comes to artificial intelligence-powered video surveillance technology, the biggest consumer, by a long shot, is the U.S. government.

Not only is our government the best funded buyer of high-tech security gear, it's also the most motivated.

So if I wanted to find out who was making the best stuff on the market, I would find out what the Department of Defense was buying and focus there.

And that's exactly what I did. Only, I didn't do it because I want to install the world's best video surveillance equipment at my house.

I have a different goal — one that I bet you and I have in common.

You see, right now, the entire video surveillance industry is going through a kind of a golden era.

The Quiet Bull Market

In the eight-year period between 2017 and 2025, the global video surveillance and analytics industry is expected to rise from $28.1 billion to $87.3 billion, a CAGR of more than 14% between 2018 and 2025.

Specifically in the United States, that growth may be even more dramatic as our major urban areas scramble to catch up to Asian, and Western European standards.

One glance at this chart should illustrate just how far behind we are when it comes to surveillance.

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The companies that make the gear, code the software, and install the networks will rake in record profits as this largely secretive bull market takes hold.

So, no, I'm not going to be buying one of these for my house, but I do want to know who's making the best stuff out there, because in the next half-decade or so, their stock might see some of the biggest gains anywhere on the open market.

I want to know who the government hires to protect its bases. I want to know who our police agencies rely upon for their needs.

Size Matters

If possible, I want to find a young, small, relatively unknown contractor that specializes in a single line of products.

Doing that ensures my investment stays focused on the products whose demand will be most positively affected by the trend and that the resulting growth has the biggest possible effect on the company's bottom line...

And, of course, its share price.

After doing some digging, I managed to come up with the perfect answer to all of my questions.

It's young, it's small, it's focused, and over the last several months, this little firm has been the recipient of a number of contracts from police forces across the country, as well as an Air Force base.

Today, it's one of the smallest companies listed on the Nasdaq, but in the next few years, that will change.

The technology this company developed is applicable almost anywhere.

School parking lots, major stadiums, shopping malls... wherever it doesn't exist today will be a potential client tomorrow.

I saw this opportunity, and I rushed a research report immediately.

Is it Already Too Late?

As I did that, however, I watched the stock rise more than 30% in less than two weeks' time.

The trend started to take effect even sooner than I'd anticipated.

If you want to find out more, before share prices start doing what I think they're going to do, click here right now.

The research report you'll find will give you all of the background you need, but the one thing it won't give you is more time.

Get instant access by signing up for a trial membership to my service. There's no risk to you for two full months, by which time this stock could easily be up another 30% or higher.

And remember, security is all but recession proof. In fact, if we do see a downturn in the markets, or a general economic meltdown as many predict, demand for security in the corporate and public sectors will rise to an all-time high.

That makes right now the best chance you'll likely ever get.

Fortune favors the bold,

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