Phase 2 Will See Massive Innovation and Disruption in the Market

During the last technology supercycle, one startup company rose 160,000% over three decades while its “fat cat” competitor went to zero. Now that the tech supercycle has returned, here’s how to target the future winners…

By Amber Lancaster, Director of Investment Research, Bold Profits

Are you ready?

Paul’s big event is just days from now…

And Paul believes the next three years could be the most prosperous of your life if you make the right moves this week.

But just as choosing the right stocks during Phase 2 has the potential for a massive impact on your future wealth…

Investing your money the wrong way during this supercycle could end badly.

I’m showing you today how two separate “classes” of stocks will form as a result of this supercycle.

The first class are the new innovators creating disruptive technology. These companies normally start from a tiny market capitalization to growing into the billions over time.

The second class are the America 1.0 firms, the old business models of yesterday that are selling products and services that aren’t effective anymore.

When a supercycle occurs, these two classes of stocks collide in a major way. And it results in both big winners and big losers, depending on which company you’re holding.

This $400 Million Company Destroyed a Giant

Probably the best example, and one everyone is familiar with, is Amazon.

Today, Americans rely on Amazon for home goods, groceries, clothing and more…

Basically, anything you can think of.

But most people forget … Amazon was just a bookseller when it first launched in 1994.

It was a tiny company, worth only when it went public three years later, in 1997.

But we all know what happened next.

Amazon’s stock has soared over 160,000% since 1997. 

Meanwhile, look what happened to its “brick and mortar” competitor, Barnes & Noble.

Its stock traded sideways from 1994 to 2018 … making virtually zero gains for investors who owned it.

A hedge fund purchased Barnes & Noble one year later.

Now, you could have viewed this situation like a bear … only seeing the negative

of Barnes & Noble’s implosion, like many did.

Or you could have seen it for what was really happening…

A new innovator outdoing its America 1.0 competitor… An opportunity which resulted in a payday for some investors.

To put that in real money terms, we’re talking about every

Gains like these seem impossible, yet they do happen for some very lucky investors. 

One Website Changed a $16 Billion Industry Forever

We’ve seen something similar with the $16 billion movie rental industry.

Blockbuster had dominated this market since 1985.

At its peak, it had nearly 10,000 stores and 85,000 employees.

Netflix, on the other hand, only had 30 employees when it first launched in 1997.

The CEO of Netflix proposed a partnership with Blockbuster three years later, which would’ve combined Netflix’s marketing power with Blockbuster’s in-store presence.

But Blockbuster’s executives laughed Netflix out of the room.

Netflix was a very small company at that time, worth only $250 million. 

You may be able to guess what happened next…

Shares of Blockbuster dropped from $30 to zero when it declared bankruptcy in 2010.

Compare this to Netflix, which has soared more than 149,000% since 2002.

Here is one more example of a “David” destroying a goliath that was “too big to fail.”

Two Home-Based Entrepreneurs Take Down a Centuries Old Empire

Sears was founded in 1886.

With a corporate motto of: “Where America Shops.”

But in the 1990s, new technology like personal computers and the internet changed the way Americans buy things.

This was a devastating blow to big box stores like Sears.

And before Amazon diversified from being a bookseller, eBay took it one step further.

Although eBay was founded by two people inside a living room, what they created was absolutely revolutionary at the time.

They built an online person-to-person community where you could buy and sell practically anything to anyone.

People could browse items from all over the world, purchase any product and eBay took a cut of each sale.

It was a unique business model, and eBay was leveraging new technology to make people’s lives better and easier.

Sears dropped from $145 per share in 2007 to less than 25 cents today … a 99% loss.

eBay experienced a totally different fate.

It is now up 13,275% since 1998.

Here’s the point in showing you all of this…

America 1.0 companies like Kohl’s, H&R Block and Xerox were just delisted from the S&P 500.

Some people will only focus on the tragic fall of these companies and complain that America’s prominence is coming to an end.

But backing the future market leaders right now … the innovators with breakthrough technology … can be the biggest financial move you make during your lifetime.

Just one of these investments, in Amazon, eBay or Netflix, would have paid off in a major way.

But … you have to be early.

How to Invest in the Next Supercycle Stock

It’s important you don’t miss Paul’s upcoming event, Phase 2: The Supercycle Begins.

He’s going to show you how to buy in early before the biggest gains unfold in the market, including details of his favorite supercycle stocks right now.

Paul believes this will be the greatest period of wealth creation that our viewers will see in their lives.

His analysis shows why he believes there is real potential to see 1,000% gains in 12 months from this supercycle.

But you have to know what to buy AND when to buy it in order to see gains like these.

All you have to do is show up on Thursday, December 16 at 4 p.m. EDT to find out the details from Paul directly.

He’s even revealing the one niche market where his two previous 1,000% winners came from. One of these winners closed in 17 months and the other three and a half years.

Believe me, you don’t want to miss this. Once you discover what this one market is, you will want to add it to your portfolio immediately.

Attending on Thursday will be well worth your time … and could lead to a much wealthier 2022.

I’m looking forward to seeing you there!

Amber Lancaster


Mark Your Calendar for Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 4:00 P.M. ET.

Phase 2 of the stock market supercycle is about to begin. Paul Mampilly has been waiting years for this critical period to officially get started… A period when 1,000% gain potential in 12 months is on the table for those who make the right moves today. During this online event, Paul is revealing everything — including details of his favorite stocks to buy as this supercycle takes off. Tune in on December 16 at 4 p.m. ET to find out everything.

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