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Space Tourism Is Here – Cash in on the World’s Hottest New Technology Today

Had you bought Amazon back in December 2014, you’d be sitting on a 600% gain right now.

Boeing in January 2009 would have given you 863% by now. And purchasing shares of Apple in December 2008 would have returned 2,583% today.

These are incredible returns that could have turned as little as $500 into $3500, $4815, even $13,415…

But there’s a catch. It would have taken you years to get there. In the case of Apple and Boeing, it would have taken over a decade.

Investing in the technologies of the future is lucrative, sure. But it’s a long-term investment – and why wait to make that kind of cash if you don’t have to?

Forget one-day shipping, cross-country flights, and 5G smartphones. The newest technology to hit the scene is space travel – and it could be the hottest, most lucrative investment to date.

And with this strategy, you don’t have to wait for tourists to land on the moon in order to see a profit.

In fact, you could see cash the likes of Apple’s 11-year growth before spring.

This is all you have to do

How to Defend Yourself Against the World’s Biggest Economic Threat

Pick up any product on your desk right now – a stapler, a pen, even your keyboard – and it probably says those three little words, “made in China.”

As the second-largest economy in the world, China produces over $25 trillion in products a year.

But the country’s economic growth has hit a major roadblock – the coronavirus.

This pneumonia-like virus has already killed over 2,000 and infected 75,000 people worldwide, and its epicenter is home to one of the world’s largest economies.

As the coronavirus continues its rapid spread through China, revenues will suffer. Which, in turn, could pull stocks in world markets down drastically.

In fact, it already has…

On Monday, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) announced that it expects revenues to suffer this coming quarter – news that caused the stock to open a full 3% lower Tuesday morning.

AAPL is just the beginning. Revenues across multiple industries are about to feel the effects of the coronavirus.

While stocks around the world fall, this is the only way to protect yourself – and your portfolio

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