Jason Bodner and Louis Navellier Go Public With a Big Warning


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An InvestorPlace Special Presentation… 

Two “One-Percenters” 
Go Public With a Big Warning… 

“There’s a reason we get richer while most
Americans get left behind… and it’s not what you think “

– Billion-Dollar Wall Street Money Manager, Louis Navellier

Whether you’ve got $500 or $5 million to invest, you need to hear what they recommend doing with your cash  

ATTENTION: In this shocking video, two “One Percenters” — both of them, Wall Street legends — reveal the real reason they're getting much richer, even as millions of other Americans fall behind. You’ll also find out why that wealth divide could get wider. And you’ll hear what they recommend you do with your money now. Regardless of whether you've got $500 or $5 million to invest, you need to hear this. This content is intended for mature audiences…

Chris: Should you keep all your money in cash?

Or should you pour it all into an index fund?

According to the two rich investors you’re about to meet…

Both choices would be a huge mistake.

Over the next few minutes, you’ll find out why.

Specifically, you’ll get to listen to what these two brilliant men – both of them, incredibly wealthy “One Percenters” – say to do with your money instead.

You’ll also find out the REAL reason men like these two keep getting richer… even as millions of other people get left behind.

And you’ll find out about the vast divide that’s coming for America.

Whether you’ve got $500 to invest or $5 million, you need to hear this.

So who are these two experts…

These two “One-Percenters”…

Who’ve actually asked to meet with you today?

Our first guest has spent the last 45 years on Wall Street, managing billions of dollars for pension funds, investment firms, and private wealthy Americans.

His many legendary wins include buying Apple when few others would touch it, back when it traded for $1.49 a share…

He also recommended Microsoft at just 39 cents…

He recommended Dell for less than a dollar…

And he recommended Cisco at just 47 cents…

He also called the Black Monday Crash in 1987… the Dotcom Collapse in 2000… and the Financial Crisis of 2008…

He’s considered an AI pioneer and a Wall Street legend, with elite clients who have paid him as much as $30,000 each to get access to his recommendations.

At one point, his investment firm managed over $6 billion.

And you may have seen his work featured in Fortune, The New York Times, Business Insider, Bloomberg, Fox Business, or CNBC.

He’s also had received high praise from billionaire Steve Forbes. And Kiplinger's singled him out for what they called “eye-popping results”…  

“Navellier's style has yielded eye-popping results…”

– Kiplinger Personal Finance

His name is Louis Navellier.

Today, you’ll find Louis living in a multimillion-dollar estate in South Florida, a thousand miles from Wall Street…

Louis, welcome…

LOUIS: Thanks, Chris, it's great to be here.

CHRIS: And our second “One-Percenter” that you’ll meet today is both a friend and protégé of Louis. He’s market expert Jason Bodner…

For over a decade, Jason has executed huge trades for multi-billion-dollar institutions…

Clients like Warren Buffett, Bill Ackman, and Carl Icahn regularly traded in his network…

And hundreds of billions of dollars have passed through his fingers.

Jason is also the creator of an AI-powered market system that could have beaten the S&P by as much as 7-to-1 when back-tested using over 30 years of market data.

Jason, thanks so much for coming…

JASON: Thanks Chris, glad to be here…

CHRIS: Gentlemen, let's cut to the chase…

And Louis, let's start with you…

What is this dangerous situation we need to know about?

LOUIS: Chris, I’m guessing everybody watching already feels what's happening.

It’s just that some of them haven’t put their finger on it yet.

See, there's a massive divide… a “chasm”… that's taking over every aspect of our lives. It’s already changed the way we work, how we live, and how we invest.

But the changes that are coming could be even greater.

They could also arrive a lot faster than most Americans expect.

When they do, life for millions of folks could get a lot harder… even as the same forces make it much easier for guys like me and Jason to grow our wealth.

CHRIS: To be clear, when you say “divide,” you're not talking about politics…

LOUIS: No, not at all.

This has nothing to do with whether you're a Republican or a Democrat.

The divide I'm talking about has a lot more to do with the “wealth gap” you hear a lot of people talk about on both sides of the aisle.

But it's not so much about how much money I have… or how much money somebody else doesn't have…

Instead, it's about the real reason we can make more money while so many others get stuck on the other side of that great divide.

JASON: If I could jump in, Chris, our warning for everybody watching today will explain what that divide is… and why it already exists…

But there’s some urgency because we’ve also got to talk about why that wealth gap is suddenly about to get much wider, and at a faster pace than most Americans expect.

LOUIS: That's right.  We’ve already had a new aristocracy forming for years, thanks to this divide we're talking about.  We're piling up wealth faster than any other group in history.  But that trend is about to accelerate.

CHRIS: With that in mind, Louis, can I read something The New York Times said in an article about you? Now, this is from some time ago, but it says…

“Mr. Navellier… wears a diamond-encrusted wedding ring… also in his portfolio is a 64-foot hydrofoil, four indoor movie theaters replete with high-definition television sets, and a wine cellar that he values at $300,000.”

 – The New York Times

The article mentions your $120,000 Porsche and $240,000 Aston Martin…and how you were worth close to $100 million…

Then there ’s this piece from USA Today that asks…

“What do Porsches, Switzerland, and the stock market all have in common? All three can be dreadfully expensive, and all three are obsessions in the mind of celebrated money manager Louis Navellier…”

– USA Today

That article also talks about your custom-made sports cars… your weekend trips to Zurich with your wife…

So, I want to make this clear: when we say you’re a “One-Percenter,” you’re not just rich – you’re very rich – and it’s clear you’ve been that way for a long time.

LOUIS: I remember that USA Today article.

But, see, this is the problem with the media.

They’re happy to talk about the money. They’ll even talk about the imbalance of wealth. But they rarely tell you why that wealth gap really exists.

And it ’s got a lot to do with what we’ll talk about today.

See, while I’ve figured out how to make all that money, other ordinary Americans have fallen behind at an unprecedented rate.  It’s widespread. And there’s a reason for that. It’s just not the reason most people think.

CHRIS: I’m glad you bring that up, Louis… because I recently read that two-thirds of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck.  Even folks who make over $100,000 are strapped. And more than half of them say they barely take enough every month to cover their bills!

LOUIS: And those strapped Americans are getting angrier than ever, Chris. They’re getting poorer and more desperate, too. Have you seen the reports about flash mobs attacking cities like Philly and L.A.?

In one case, the mob was armed with bear spray. They took over $100,000 of stuff by ripping it off the rack in broad daylight…

In another attack, they broke into an Apple Store, luxury stores, an expensive sneaker shop… and notice, they’re not just grabbing basic groceries…    

They’re going after the trappings of the rich. Things they might feel like they deserve but can’t afford.

Everybody ’s got an opinion on why this is happening.

But so few mainstream news outlets get to the root of the problem… let alone talk honestly about why this wealth gap could worsen over the years ahead…

JASON: When the press and politicians talk about it, Chris, they blame the wrong causes. It's got nothing to do with special tax breaks or Wall Street or who gets government handouts. It’s not about where you come from, either.

LOUIS: I can attest to that. I grew up in a small western town that you've probably never heard of. My father was a bricklayer who worked 60 hours a week, providing for his wife and children. Yet, here I am.

JASON: That's true for me too — before I got into investing, I was a broke musician playing keyboard in a band.  I also wrote music for commercials and played for a touring dance company… and made about $1,500 in nine months.

That's actually why I started looking to get a job in finance.

CHRIS: Okay, so if it's NOT about getting a leg up… or finding a loophole… how did you wind up on the rich side of the divide… and why is it so hard for others to land there, too?

LOUIS: It's not something you can see or pin down on paper, Chris. It's more of an invisible force. But it's still very real.

I've used this force to amass more money than I ever care to spend.  I've also seen this same invisible force turn other ordinary Americans into multimillionaires—even billionaires.

Yet, few Americans even realize “it” exists.

Fewer still learn how to harness it to make money. And most have no idea how much more divisive and powerful this invisible force will get.

A lot more folks could get pushed to the sidelines. As that happens, our social fabric will come apart at the seams.

CHRIS: In many ways, I think we can safely say that’s already happening.

Just look at the headlines these days…

Lots of once-radical ideas now get treated like they belong in the mainstream. And alarming numbers of Americans talk about violence like it's a solution.

And now you ’re saying it could get even worse?

JASON: Nothing we ’re saying today is meant to frighten people, Chris. We ’re exposing all this because there ’s an opportunity folks might miss.

If you don't know precisely what this dividing force is, you can’t prepare for what’s coming. At the same time, once you understand it, you can use it to build wealth even if you’re not all that rich right now. 

LOUIS: Jason's right. The key is knowing exactly what’s happening… and how to use those details to transform your wealth outlook. We'll all be better off once more people understand what we’re talking about.

JASON: I have to say, that's what's incredible – whether you realize it or not, everybody watching has the power to choose which side to be on.

All you need to do is take a few critical steps… including three moves we’ll give you at the end of this presentation… and it could set them on a new path.

But it ’s better to do this soon before the gap gets much broader…

CHRIS: Of course, we’ll talk about what those steps are. First, though, we can agree that we’ve got to clarify what this force is…

LOUIS: The best way to do that, Chris, might be to show you an email I brought with me. If we can put that up on the screen…

It says…

“Hi Brian, Apologies for the delayed response. We’ve had a chance to discuss internally, and unfortunately I don’t think that it’s the right opportunity for us from an investment perspective. The potential market opportunity did not seem large enough for our required model.”

So, who’s Brian?  

In 2008, Brian was an art student living in San Francisco. He and one of his college buddies didn’t have much money, so they shared an apartment.

And then this design convention comes to town… all the hotels are sold out… and Brian and his friend get this idea…

What if they rented out their apartment to the conference goers to make extra cash? And boom… that’s how the idea for Airbnb was born.

Here’s the thing, though…

At the time, the “app” economy was just getting started. Nobody had a clue how big something like this could get. Which is why that email I just read to you was one of seven rejection messages Brian received.

Of course, I’m talking about Brian Chesky, one of Airbnb's co-founders. He was only trying to raise $150,000 in a funding round. And they all turned him down.

Today, Airbnb is worth over $83 billion.  Brian is worth almost $10 billion. His college buddy is a billionaire, too, and so is Airbnb’s other co-founder.

Why?  Because they figured out how to leverage a new technology when others lacked the vision to see what it could do.

JASON: Here’s what’s crazy, Chris. The ripples from disruptions like that rarely stop at the founder’s door. They keep spreading outward.

For instance, suddenly, you've got Airbnbs springing up everywhere. People all over the place have poured into real estate markets, snapping up tourist rentals.

CHRIS: We probably have a few Airbnbs around the corner right now, right outside our studio…

JASON: And the folks running those rentals use the money to pay off their mortgages… finance second vacation houses… and even treat it like a full-time job.

But there’s a darker side, too. Because now real estate prices in those popular areas are soaring… hotels have watched their occupancy rates plunge… and even regular rents are higher.  There's even a name for it: the “Airbnb Effect.”

CHRIS: You're saying that a straightforward innovation – in this case, Airbnb – created incredible wealth, while also making life much harder for folks who didn’t see it coming?

JASON: That’s right, and it’s not just the local property owners. Airbnb now offers more rooms than the top five hotel brands, including Hilton, Marriott, and Hyatt, combined… and those big chains are feeling it. They’ve even lobbied Congress to try to shut Airbnb down.

But, of course, putting the genie back in the bottle is hard. It ’s just technological progress. And you have to decide how to respond to it.

You can land on the right side and make money… or land on the wrong side and get squeezed out… and maybe even get wiped out financially.

LOUIS: Another classic example is Netflix. 

Reed Hastings — Netflix's founder — tried selling his business to Blockbuster for $50 million in 2000. But they wanted no part of it.

Reed said, “They laughed us out of the room.”

But we all know how that turned out. His tiny little business had an idea that was newer and much better than his big, slow-moving competitor.

Before you knew it, Netflix took over…

In less than nine years, Blockbuster went from being worth billions to being flat-out bankrupt… and Netflix is worth over $170 billion.

Its insiders and shareholders have made lots of money, too.

The thing is, Chris, this story… and the story about Airbnb… along with all kinds of other examples of disruptive innovations… has everything to do with why this divide exists.

JASON: And you don ’t have to look far for proof.

For instance, take the wealthiest man in the world — Elon Musk.

When he launched Tesla, almost nobody took electric vehicles seriously. 

But that’s because nobody imagined that an EV could do zero to 60 in less than two seconds… or that you could sell a cool EV sportscar for $120K. 

Jump forward to now, and guess what?

Musk is filthy rich… his Model Y car is the world’s top-seller… and Tesla now has a bigger market cap than most of the other big carmakers put together.

Meanwhile, old-school car companies like Ford and GM are racing to catch up.  

LOUIS: That's precisely what happened with Amazon. They rapidly displaced old-school retail…

It happened with Uber and taxis, too…

And it also happened with record companies, when music streaming pushed them aside.

Now it’s AI threatening to do it again across all kinds of industries.

You see our point…

Tech disruptors figure out how to do something much better and cheaper than old-school businesses. And it unleashes havoc on anybody stuck in the past.

Even as someone like me or Jason figures out how to leverage those innovations to make a lot of money, either out in the business world or, in our case, by knowing where to invest in the stock market…  this is a massive driver of wealth inequality.

CHRIS: And, let me guess, AI is fueling the fire…

JASON: Absolutely. We’re already watching AI transform sales, marketing, customer service, transportation… healthcare… even the law…

For instance, I'm sure you've heard about how AI beat the bar exam in Minnesota.  But you might not know that it barely passed the first time around.

However, it’s gotten a lot smarter. The last time AI took the bar, it did better than 90% of human lawyers taking the same test. 

AI has also passed the medical licensing exam… Wharton's M.B.A. exam… and the SATs, with a score good enough for the Ivy Leagues. 

Our doctors use AI to read medical scans. Customer service companies use it to handle calls. ExxonMobil is already using it … so are Johnson & Johnson… Amazon… Boeing… JP Morgan… Netflix… Google… Tesla… and Microsoft…

It's not slowing down.  

More than 8 out of 10 companies say adding AI to what they do is a top priority for their businesses…

And at least one highly respected research group has done a study that says AI could add as much as $15.7 trillion to the world economy.

LOUIS:Meanwhile, Chris, look at this list… 

The Richest Americans

1) Elon Musk                      $199B             Tesla, SpaceX    

2) Bernard Arnault            $154B             LVMH

3) Jeff Bezos                         $143B             Amazon          

4) Bill Gates                         $122B             Microsoft   

5) Larry Ellison                  $114B             Oracle     

6) Steve Ballmer                 $114B             Microsoft     

7) Warren Buffett              $115.6B         Berkshire Hathaway      

8) Larry Page                     $111B             Alphabet Inc.     

9) Sergey Brin                     $105B             Alphabet Inc.          

10) Mark Zuckerberg       $105B             Meta

See any pattern?

Almost everyone on this list is a stakeholder in a disruptive technology company. And they’ve each added BILLIONS of dollars to their net worths.

At the same time, I ’m sure you could think of a long list of folks left behind by those same significant innovations—all thanks to technological progress.

You can ’t stop that from happening – it ’s natural. After all, new businesses need room to grow. To get it, they have to destroy the old companies. It ’s that simple.

This is precisely what we're starting to see happen all over America.

JASON: Remember, many of these old, displaced businesses are family-owned. Some employ tens of thousands of workers. And many used to be popular investments that nobody imagined would go away.

That's why some people feel our country is growing and expanding, while others think it's going in the opposite direction.

CHRIS: I have to imagine that ’s what many folks think about when they see billionaires travel in private jets, dropping $10 million on beach condos… while so many American cities are slums…

JASON: Exactly. You've got your “haves” and your “have-nots.” And the divide between them is just getting bigger. It's also speeding up.

LOUIS: We’ve got a name for this massive, invisible force we ’re talking about, Chris. We call it the “Technochasm…

CHRIS: The “Technochasm” – so, technology makes some people a lot richer and that makes our world easier to live in… while at the same time sidelining those who fail to keep up… does that sound about right?

LOUIS: That sums it up perfectly.

However, it's not enough just to know disruptions exist. You also have to understand the increasing rate of that change we're seeing lately.

Let's put that chart up on the screen…

We made stuff for a long time in America, and people got paid. But do you see what’s happening in the center of that chart in the mid-1970s?

Suddenly, wages went flat even as production shot up.

That’s not an accident.

The ‘70s were when microchips took off… when Japan started putting robots in factories… and when we got the first Apple desktops and fiber optics.

In other words, innovation started putting lots of wealth into the hands of business owners and their investors.

At the same time, those same innovations made workers less valuable.

JASON: And it just kept on going.

If we can put up the next chart… 

Since that turning point, the ultra-rich are blowing other Americans out of the water. They’ve seen their wealth soar by over 200%. The top 0.1% are up 465%.

LOUIS: Meanwhile, everybody else out there is working harder but making less.

Did you know that the average American has to work five times longer now to afford a home than in 1970?

You also had to work about 30 hours to buy a share of the S&P500 back then. Today, it’s more like 126 hours.

In other words, the American dream is less accessible than ever.

And we ’re just getting started. Jason and I believe the world wealth gap will widen over the next several years faster than at any other time in history.

New industries will demolish old ones at an incredible pace.

In part, that's because of AI. 

But it's also because of something called The Law of Exponential Progress

CHRIS: The Law of Exponential Progress – I’m not familiar with that.

LOUIS: That’s okay, most people aren’t.

See, most people think progress moves in a straight line…

But the truth is, the most significant disruptions are exponential. Meaning big breakthroughs have a way of compounding and speeding up growth.

It's like the miracle of compound interest in finance. You start with a little bit of cash and let the interest pile up on top of itself. Before long, you’ve piled up a fortune.

Well, the same happens with breakthrough technology. One innovation paves the way for many others. And pretty soon, you’ve got a chain reaction.

JASON: Here’s a great example of how that works. Think about the smartphone in your pocket. I’m assuming you’ve got one, Chris…

CHRIS: I don't go anywhere without it!

JASON: Neither do I. But can you imagine us saying that back when early cell phones weighed 2.4 lbs?

Those early phones had just 30 minutes of battery life. You had to charge them for hours to get that. And they cost over $4,000…

That's about $10,000 in today's money!

CHRIS: And who could you call, right?

JASON: And remember, that brick from the ‘80s was also just a phone. Today, your smartphone also has a pretty incredible camera, with a lens so tiny it can fit on your fingertip…

Compare that to the first digital camera, which was as big as a toaster…  weighed eight pounds… and needed 16 batteries…

It also shot pictures only in black-and-white and took nearly half a minute to record each of those photos on a tape cassette.

Meanwhile, the phones you and I have in our pockets can take hundreds of photos at about 1,000 times the resolution.

Your phone has about 120 million times more processing power than the computers that put the first man on the moon!

It's also a GPS device… a music-streaming device… you can tap it like a credit card… you can use it as a compass and a calculator… it talks to satellites…

That's exponential progress happening in real-time.

LOUIS: We saw that happen with the Internet, too…

We've also seen it with computer chips… gene mapping…  and robotics… and now we’re seeing it happen again with AI.

Those who learn to leverage the breakthroughs are getting rich.

And those who ignore them are getting left behind.

The fantastic thing is that most folks don’t even notice what’s happening until it’s too late. That’s because early-stage progress builds slowly… 

It's only at the later stages when you can see the “liftoff.”

That's the moment when growth starts to snowball.

We’re headed for one of those moments right now.

And it could catch a lot of people off guard.

CHRIS: I can see why. After all, most of us consider technological progress good. It makes our lives easier. And yet, you’re pointing out how the same transitions… like more efficiency, higher production, and lower payroll costs… can have a real downside, too.

LOUIS: Let me put this into perspective…

Back when I was first getting started on Wall Street in the early '80s, huge companies had lots of employees, earning them less money.

Take IBM.

In 1980, it had over 340,000 workers and about $22 billion in revenue.    That means IBM was making about $80,000 per employee. 

Today, it's got a smaller workforce but earns nearly triple what it was making back then, or about $210,000 a year per employee.  

So, they fired workers and made more money.

Meanwhile, look at IBM's stock price…

Even with fewer workers, it shot up from around $6 to over $140 a share.

GM made $66 billion in 1980 but needed over 835,000 workers. Today, it makes $170 billion with only a fraction of that workforce — just under 170,000 employees worldwide.   

In 1980 AT&T had over a million employees but made $10 billion. Today, it brings in twelve times the revenue with less than a quarter of the staff.   

ExxonMobil… Ford… Procter & Gamble make multiples more money now than they did decades ago but with fewer workers.     

Naturally, Wall Street is going to love that.

But it’s not great news if you’re stuck on the other side.

And those examples aren’t even that obvious as plays on innovation. This big divide gets even more apparent when you look inside the tech world…

JASON: You've got a company like Roblox, for instance. It’s worth over $18 billion. However, it’s got only 2,100 people on staff.

How about Slack, with around 2,500 employees? Yet, it sold for almost $28 billion.   

Then there’s OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT. It still has only around 500 employees. Yet, it could soon get revalued at $90 billion. 

LOUIS: The fact is, Chris…

The best companies today don't need as many people as companies needed decades ago. They can make their first billion with fewer resources.

Check this out…

In 1986, you needed an average of eight employees to generate $1 million in revenue. Today, the S&P is 70% less labor intensive than in the 80s.

Again, the reason why is technology.

You can see where this is all headed…

As progress goes exponential, efficiency goes up. Profits for the new companies go up. And shares go up. But the number of great jobs goes down.

So the wealth gap gets wider and wider, right in front of our eyes.

 CHRIS:  It ’s almost like somebody rewrote the laws of business.

JASON: Here’s a way to think about it from the investor’s perspective. It used to take a long time for a publicly traded company to get to a $1 billion market cap.

Then Google did it in just eight years…

Facebook did it in five…

And Uber did it in three.

The time it takes to generate incredible wealth is collapsing…

In other words, the time it takes for massive change is shrinking.

If you held Tesla from the day it went public in 2010, you're up over 16,700%…

If you held Google from the start, you're up over 4,300%… 

Amazon, up nearly 46,000%…  

Apple is up nearly 3,900% just since the iPhone release… 

LOUIS: While these new industries make investors much richer, the old sectors get crushed. Take what Uber and Lyft did to conventional taxi drivers…

Or take what Apple's iPhone did to the Blackberry…

And what Amazon did to big retailers like Macy's…

I've seen this happen many times over my 40+ years in the market.

Those on the right side see incredible rewards.

Those on the wrong side get left behind.

JASON: We're hoping, Chris, that we can help a few good people take the proper steps to land on the right side of that divide.

CHRIS: Before we get to those steps, let me share more about both of you with our viewers. Because it’s no accident you’ve got so much insight into all this.

You've both had a front-row seat to incredible tech disruption for decades. And that includes years of experience working with AI.

Louis, long before ChatGPT came along… you were breaking new ground with algorithms and “smart” computing in the late 1970s.

Louis, you were telling me off-camera that you first developed a market-beating computer system when you were a 20-year-old grad student…

LOUIS: That’s right, I was studying statistics and finance, and, honestly, I was a bit of a math prodigy. One of my professors liked what I was doing, so he got me access to a mainframe computer that Wells Fargo owned…

CHRIS:  I've seen those things, and they're as big as refrigerators…

LOUIS: As big as a room, Chris.

And, keep in mind, back then, almost nobody had access to giant mainframes like that except NASA, big corporations, and a few government agencies.

But my professor saw my interest and gave me a challenge: to teach the mainframe how to find stock trades that could beat the market average.

It wasn’t easy.

Back then, most folks on Wall Street didn’t believe it was possible.

But I pulled long hours, suffered through a lot of trial and error… and developed a set of algorithms that could beat the market by a margin of 3-to-1.

It was unheard of. But that kind of strategy — which came to be known as quantitative investing  —  went on to take over Wall Street.

CHRIS: I’ve got a quote from Business Insider that called your kind of approach…

“The Future of Finance…”

– Business Insider

And here’s one from The New York Times that claims it’s…

“The Road To Riches”

– The New York Times

Forbes even called you…

“The King of Quants”

– Forbes

I’m assuming that’s when your story started appearing in other mainstream media and bestselling books…


And it wasn’t long after that when The Wall Street Journal said most money managers could only dream of having your kind of success.

All because you figured out how to leverage a new, disruptive technology – computers — to do the work that dozens of analysts used to do by hand.

And I have to say, Louis, your track record is awe-inspiring.

You've picked nearly 180 stocks that shot up 1,000% or higher including…

  • • 12,990% on T. Rowe Price
  • • 30,243% on Amgen
  • • 29,229% on Adobe
  • • Nike for a 65,390% gain
  • • Home Depot for 51,116%
  • • Danaher Corp, up 52,026%… and I could go on.

In fact, over one 15-year period, every $1 invested in your recommendations could have grown to $41 for a remarkable 4,000% return.

LOUIS: I appreciate the kind words, but I should point out not every stock I’ve picked was a winner. I’ve had a few duds, too. But even those come with a silver lining because they helped me eliminate the flaws in my algorithms.

That’s how I came up with the AI-powered system I use now.

It’s like a stock-evaluating “brain” that can analyze all 6,000+ stocks simultaneously, and analyses over 50,000 data points. Then we use those to assign a letter grade to every stock we analyze. And those grades tell us which stocks to sell, hold, or buy.

CHRIS: That’s an exceptional way to leverage technology. And Jason, I know you have a similar story because you’re also helping to lead the way when it comes to analyzing markets with the help of AI.

JASON: Maybe that’s not an accident, Chris.

After all, my family and I have known Louis for a very long time. So, I learned from the best. Louis used to manage money for my father… we first met when I was about 15 years old… Louis, do you remember that?

LOUIS: I certainly do. I was even managing money for you while you were still a teenager, is that right?

JASON: It is! 

But really, Louis's big influence on me came years later…

CHRIS: This was long after you quit being a musician and found a job in finance…

JASON: That ’s right.

See, I majored in college in business and I minored in music. And, like I said, music didn’t pay the bills. So, I got a job working at Cantor Fitzgerald in July 2001…

CHRIS: That’s one of the firms in the Twin Towers…

JASON: It was.

And honestly, I was incredibly lucky, because even though I started there two months before the tragedy, I had been transferred to London.

I ’m not sure why because I was a terrible trader initially.

I made all the mistakes amateurs make, like investing with my gut… chasing stocks higher… following the crowd… it was all pure emotion.

It got so bad I almost quit.

But then, this rich client came in and asked me — a junior broker — to help him with a big project. He was a derivatives trader who would move hundreds of millions of dollars. And he wanted someone to help monitor the markets for what he called “unusual activity.”

As he defined it, “unusual” meant big trades of $5 million or more. It also meant tracking thousands of stocks across the European exchanges.

I knew I couldn’t do that just by staring at a Bloomberg terminal.

So, I started looking for another solution.

First, I talked to the other brokers and the analysts. I took notes. Those notes turned into formulas. And formulas are just the basis for writing algorithms.

So, I taught myself to code. And I started packing those algorithms into a program.

When I realized what was possible, I also started talking to outside market experts, like Louis. I tracked down the best and brightest.

And I turned their unique rules and trading models into algorithms, too…

CHRIS: That sounds exactly like what they do now, to “train” ChatGPT and the other AI platforms…

JASON: It’s very similar, Chris.

I was effectively “uploading” a simulation of those great minds into a system that could apply their rules to the market.

The early results were mind-blowing.

And they just kept getting better the more we used it.

CHRIS: And Louis was one of those great minds you contacted?

JASON: Ha… he absolutely could have been. It’s definitely safe to say that I included some of Louis’s key metrics on in my algorithms. But we didn’t get to reconnect properly until 2012. That’s when I came across his name and gave him a call…

LOUIS: I remember that.

I was highly impressed with what Jason showed me.

I even urged him to go out and start his own firm…

JASON: Thank you for that and I’m happy to say, I did just that.  Today, I’ve got a business I share with partners and our AI-powered system is more powerful and effective than ever.

We‘ve used it to uncover gains as high as 613%… nearly 800%… and almost 1,500%.   We also tested our model against a 33-year dataset.

It turns out that, going back as far as 1990, you could have used my approach to beat the market by as much as 7-to-1.

Of course, that’s all hindsight and I’m not saying stellar gains like that are either guaranteed or easy to repeat. But you can see the enormous potential there.

Both Louis’s and my systems are built to do one thing extremely well. They can both strip the emotion out of investing and replace it with cold, complex logic.

CHRIS:  Which raises an important question…

Both of you have AI-based systems combing the markets…

At a time when some of the best trades have been AI stocks themselves…

But a lot of folks these days are wondering now if those same AI stocks are in a bubble. Does that worry either of you?

LOUIS:  I can answer that, Chris.

After all, I’ve lived through a similar bubble — the Dotcom Boom — and I can tell you that, in a lot of ways, there are a lot of similarities.

For instance, maybe you remember how companies used to just slap “.com” on the company name… and the stock would skyrocket.

Today, it’s the same with adding “AI” to your name.

JASON: I saw an ad the other day for “AI Rollerskates,” whatever that means.

LOUIS: So, Chris, if you're asking whether that kind of bubble is coming for the AI boom, I’d say you’re probably right. This is definitely “peak” behavior.

But remember what happened AFTER the Dotcom Collapse?

The technology itself didn't go away.  Nobody stopped using email. Nobody stopped using search or buying stuff online.

Things went in the opposite direction…

Billions more people signed up for Internet access…

Millions more companies added websites and online storefronts…

And trillions of dollars were added to the Internet economy…

In other words, the companies that adopted the technology continued growing and marching forward. And they generated incredible wealth.

That's precisely what's likely to happen for AI… 

Those who figure out how to use it could get rich while those who ignore it or assume it’s a fad could get pushed aside.

That's probably true for companies that learn to use AI… it’s probably true if you learn how to apply AI to your job… and I think we can safely predict it’s true if you’re smart enough to start using AI to help you figure out how to invest and grow your wealth.

I’ll go even further, Chris…

These next few years could be the most significant period in history to invest alongside all this disruption.

CHRIS: Greater even than in the 1990s or the early 2000s?

LOUIS: That’s right. With converging technologies like AI, driverless cars, smart homes, blockchain, and augmented reality… we could see more disruption and wealth creation than we've seen in the last 80 years…

If you’re on the wrong side of the “Technochasm,” that’s terrible news. But if you can get yourself on the right side of all that change, it’s an incredible opportunity.

CHRIS: Can you give us a specific example?

LOUIS: Sure, I’ve got a great one…

Some of the people watching might know that I love cars… I collect them… and one of the things that fascinates me is the idea of autonomous vehicles.

Now, I know what a lot of people are thinking.

Self-driving cars have been in the news for years, yet — to most folks — they still seem like some sci-fi fantasy that won ’t happen anytime soon.

But here's what most people don't get…

Cars that drive themselves have already happened.

They’re already on the streets of Phoenix. And there are self-driving trucks making deliveries It's a trend that's picking up speed. And most folks have no idea how fast this could go mainstream.

CHRIS: I know Tesla's cars have had “autopilot” for a long time.

They can even park themselves.

That's pretty amazing…

LOUIS: Believe it or not, Chris, cars have had self-parking since 2003. And it's not just Tesla with autonomous-vehicle capabilities.

Google's parent company, Alphabet, has the “Waymo One”

Nissan has the “ProPilot 2.0″…

BMW has the “iNext”…

Volvo has the “XC90″…

Ford has the “Mustang Mach-E”…

And the list goes on.

I’ve got three Audis in my collection that have self-driving capabilities. Two even have heat sensors so they can avoid hitting wildlife and pedestrians.

Almost all car makers already have some form of self-driving technology either in the works or already built into their vehicles.

Once again, we’re looking at a “liftoff” moment…

This is clearly another area where a lot of fortunes will be made.

JASON: What Louis and I want to do here, Chris, is show people how they don’t have to miss out on these kinds of exponential trends.

And the self-driving car market is just one of many perfect examples. 

It will change a lot about how we get to work… get groceries… and go on vacations. You might not own a car at all. You might “subscribe” to one that comes to pick you up when you need it.

No more parking. No more insurance. No more oil changes. It could be the most significant change to transportation since the dawn of the car itself.

Autonomous vehicles will never need a break. They won’t need to get paychecks or take vacations like human drivers. They won’t need sick leave or a pension.

I'm not saying you have to like these changes.  But you won’t be able to stop them from happening. So you’ll need to find a way to make them work for you.

LOUIS: The point we're making, Chris, is that you can either embrace exponential trends like these or ignore them at your peril.

For instance, let's go back to driverless cars for a second…

This could be one of the world's biggest investment opportunities we've seen in a long time. But it’s a mistake to think you've got a lot of time to see what happens. Because the self-driving revolution is already here…

Domino's Pizza already has driverless pizza delivery…

Uber offers self-driven ride-shares in Phoenix…

How many people are ready to prosper from those changes?

And how many could miss out?

JASON: And, of course, the same is true with AI

Many folks still think the biggest risk is for blue-collar factory workers who could get replaced by robots. But that’s not true – white-collar workers are at risk, too.

And yet, a lot of them don’t see it coming.

Even on Wall Street, they’re blind to what lies ahead. But I can tell you that J.P. Morgan already uses AI to run its trading platforms… so do Morgan Stanley, Vanguard Group, and Deutsche Bank.

About 40% of the new jobs on Wall Street call for AI-related expertise.  Even as 1.3 million conventional Wall Street jobs could soon disappear.

LOUIS: If you're a lawyer, you could also lose your job to AI.

Recently, a study tested human lawyers against AI for reading contracts.

It took the human lawyers 92 minutes to get through the stack of documents and they were about 85% accurate when tested on the details.

Meanwhile, the AI was 94% accurate…

And it read through all the contracts in just 26 seconds.

JASON: Many investors are still scratching their heads about how to make money on all this. And yet, AI is already everywhere you look.

It’s in your Uber app when it gives you live updates on traffic and recalculates how long it will take to get to your destination… 

It ’s built into plane cockpits, telling airlines how to optimize fuel, baggage space, and landings in a rainstorm…

AI already runs robots in warehouses… spots hard-to-identify diseases in your bloodwork… and assists doctors with complicated surgery…

It’s in your smartphone and your watch… it tells you what to watch next on Netflix… and helps Amazon recommend stuff for you to buy.

Companies are already spending $154 billion a year on AI products and services. And that number is almost certain to rocket higher.

At the same time, Goldman Sachs says AI could wipe out as many as 300 million jobs worldwide…

CHRIS: That makes a lot of sense. After all, who would pay a lawyer or a financial analyst to do what an AI-powered computer can do much better?

JASON: The bottom line is, you have to think about these major leaps before they happen. And that includes deciding what you want to do with your money.

CHRIS: The question is… how?

LOUIS: It comes down to ensuring the power of exponential progress works for you instead of against you.  We've come up with three key steps to help you do that. If you're ready, Chris, we could walk you through those steps right now.

CHRIS: Absolutely, let's hear them…

LOUIS: Sure. We can safely say the first thing you want to do is make sure you don’t own the companies about to get crushed by exponential progress.

JASON: I agree.  And, Louis, I can speak for both of us, if I may, by saying that our AI-driven systems back that up.

For instance, I know I’m seeing a shift in how cash flows toward some stocks and floods away from others.

LOUIS: My stock-grading tools are seeing a shift, too — I'm seeing more stocks get re-graded because of radical changes in earning potential.

This is why we ’re going to start our recommended strategy with…

Get OUT of These Doomed Stocks as the “Technochasm” Grows Wider

If it’s risky for you to ignore exponential progress, it’s also risky for the companies that fail to get on board. It’s also dangerous for their shareholders.

As the “Technochasm” widens, we could see many well-known stocks get hammered by more nimble, better-adapted competitors.

That's why I want to share a list of 25 stocks you should consider dumping before they slide. Why these stocks? Because, one way or another, they’re not keeping pace. And it’s showing up in their projected earnings.

CHRIS: When you say stock-grading, what do you mean exactly?

LOUIS: The system analyzes the shares with complex algorithms and assigns a letter grade like you remember from high school…

“A” or “B” is a BUY…

“C” is a HOLD…

And “D” or “F” constitutes a SELL…

The 25 stocks we’ve identified as doomed tickers fit that last category.

JASON: My system does something similar. It assigns number-based grades and uses slightly different parameters, but the conclusion I'm coming to is the same… these are doomed firms. You might even see some of them go bankrupt.

LOUIS: It’s a hard truth, Chris, but not everyone will benefit from this latest disruptive revolution.

You need to know who those casualties could be to ensure they won’t drag down your portfolio.

We've compiled a special report that shares the names, tickers, and grades for all 25 doomed stocks. 

It's called “25 Stocks to Sell as AI Takes Over…”

CHRIS: In just a second, we’ll tell everybody watching how to get a copy of this special briefing.

It’s easy and you can gain instant access just a few minutes from now.

But first…

If we’re looking at companies to dump as the AI future unfolds… what about what’s happening on the opposite side of the “Technochasm?”

Earlier, you talked about the “liftoff” stage for exponential progress… and a second ago, you spoke about the “liftoff” moment for driverless cars…

It sure feels like that’s where we are now with AI, too.

But with all the noise, it feels tough to separate the hype from what could be genuine, long-term opportunities to make a lot of money.

How can we strip the emotion out of this decision and focus only on stocks that could produce lots of wealth over the long haul?

LOUIS: You’re in luck, Chris because that’s precisely what Jason and I are doing right now – and on an ongoing basis – with our grading algorithms.  

We’re zeroing in on high-rated stocks with a lot more going for them than hype or a few mainstream headlines.

Of course, that means we’re looking at things like earnings potential, solid business models, and all the usual key fundamentals.

But there’s one other key concept you must remember right now, and it comes down to a single word…  scalability.

This is why our next crucial recommendation is…

Own The Titans of “Scalability”

LOUIS: So, what do I mean by that?

CHRIS: I assume you’re saying we need to own companies that will use AI to scale up their profits… crank up efficiency… and scale up production.

LOUIS: That’s definitely part of it, Chris.

AI will help a lot of companies cut costs and make bigger profits.

Of course, for that to happen, more companies will need to actually figure out how they want to use it. Right now, we’re not there yet.

Only about 35% of companies currently use some form of AI.  However, according to McKinsey & Co. Research, that should scale up to 70% by 2030.

Of course, not ALL of those companies will do it right.

So, you’ll want to be careful about which stocks you get behind.

JASON: If I can jump in, Louis, I think it helps to look at examples of companies that scaled up… and compare them to the companies that didn’t.

For instance, earlier we talked about how Netflix used DVDs-by-mail to crush Blockbuster. It was a cheaper, more efficient model.

The cost savings allowed Netflix to grow larger – scale up – without investing in storefronts or hiring bored teenagers to run cash registers.

And then, Netflix did it again.

They used streaming to outgrow Comcast, without having to install a single set-top box or run a single mile of fiber optic cable between houses…

That’s why we’re highlighting the power of scalability.

The new technology lets you outgrow competition, because you’re competing in a similar market… but you’re doing it with radically lower costs.

Another great example is Shopify vs. Walmart…

Just like Walmart, Shopify sells lots of different products. But Shopify does all that without a single storefront. They’ve got no sales clerks. And no cashiers.

That makes Shopify nearly TWICE as profitable.

And you can see that reflected in their stock price, which has shot up 2,100%… even as Walmart stayed mostly flat.

That’s the power of scalability.

Lower costs and better efficiency let those new market leaders grow faster – that is, to scale up – thanks to the technology.

LOUIS: That’s the “Technochasm” at work.

“New” crushes “old” by using tech innovation to steal away market share.

That’s why I’ve identified six companies that are primed to scale up their businesses or enable other companies to scale up, through the power of AI.

Now, of course, all investments do carry risk. Past performance doesn’t indicate future returns. And I don ’t recommend investing money you can ’t afford to lose.

That said, I believe in these six stocks as much as I believe in any of the best recommendations in my career.

Let me just give you a couple of examples.

The first company I want to tell you about is an emerging powerhouse that could help hundreds if not thousands of businesses scale up with AI…

JASON: I know exactly which company you’re talking about. They’ve already got a massive list of clients from gigantic Fortune 500 firms to much smaller businesses.

And their core technology has already started to reshape the way everybody – and I mean all kinds of businesses – think about scaling up with AI

LOUIS: That’s right.

Look, in a year or so, you won’t be able to find a company that’s not at least invested in building out the AI-powered side of their business.

AI will radically transform healthcare… the driverless car industry… smart homes… and how we design everything from widgets to buildings…

It will change how we write code… serve customers… and run supply chains… it ’s going to run our shipping and our smart grids…

You name it, we’ll see it happen.

But AI is incredibly hungry for data and processing power…

And it’s evolving so fast it could cost all those sectors a staggering fortune to build their own AI platforms with local software and hardware.

This first company has a solution for that called “AI-as-a-Service.”

CHRIS: That sounds like “SaaS” or “Software-as-a-Service,” where companies sign up to lease cloud-based software… except they're leasing access to AI.

LOUIS: What this means is that this company has created a powerful AI platform that exists in the cloud, so they can stream it out to other businesses.

It’s an extremely popular model.

And this company has already begun to dominate that space.

It has a long list of Fortune 100 clients lined up to use its cutting-edge platform. And it’s already operating at an impressive 30% profit margin.

The fact that any business can use this company’s platform also means it’s not limited to just one kind of client, which gives it a huge potential market.

This could be worth billions.

JASON: I’m just as excited by the next company on your list, Louis – it’s an AI healthcare play. And they’ve just scored a massive deal that involves using AI to discover breakthrough drugs.

LOUIS: This will be an enormous field, combining AI and drug discovery.

Think about the billions of dollars invested yearly into drug research. And most of those drugs never make it out of clinical trials.

AI can simulate all the complicated lab interactions in a computer model. And it can tell you whether a drug will work with 97% accuracy.

It can also do that a lot faster.

That means less time in the lab, which means lower costs. And that could finally be the key to reducing the price of new drugs.

This second company isn’t the only pharma player betting on AI, but it’s taking big steps that could send profits soaring over the years ahead.

It just signed a colossal deal with one of the trillion-dollar tech giants to step up the way it uses AI to develop new drugs.

Meanwhile, sales for this firm are up nearly 30%… and earnings are up 43%, year over year…

As this company scales up drug discovery with AI, I’m convinced those numbers could soar even higher…

CHRIS: And those are just the first two of six AI “titan” stocks you’ve identified for our viewers.

You can get details on all six, including the ticker symbols, how to buy, and more, in a second investment briefing.

It’s called “Scalability Titans: Six Must-own AI Stocks to BUY Now.

JASON: I’ve seen the research Louis and his team put into that report, Chris, and it’s packed with brilliant, high-grade opportunities.

Like an AI-powered browser company that could steal market share from Big Browser giants like Google Chrome and Bing…

A company with an AI platform that’s revolutionizing how all kinds of products get hauled across America…

And a server company that could be to the AI revolution what Cisco was to the birth of the Internet…

I’ll save some surprises for when viewers send for the report. But between these six AI “titan” stocks and the list of 25 doomed stocks to dump… that’s a huge head-start when securing a spot on the right side of the “Technochasm.”

CHRIS: In just a second, I want to show everybody watching how to access those special reports instantly. We also need to dive into the third and final step you’re urging everybody watching to take today.

But before we jump ahead, guys, we need to ask what has to be a burning question for everybody watching… why are you doing this?

LOUIS:  Well, I hope the most significant reason is clear by now…

This “Technochasm” phenomenon has dominated markets and controlled the direction of wealth in America for years. But now it's accelerating.

Stunning technological growth is picking up speed and threatening to make the wealth gap even wider than before.

There's nothing any of us can do to stop it.  All we can do is make sure we land on the correct side.

JASON: I think that’s the hopeful thing, Chris. Meaning you don't have to be born into that advantage… you have a choice. Anybody can take these steps.

Both our stories — mine and Louis' – prove that.

LOUIS: I couldn’t agree more.

You can create considerable wealth when you know how to use this force in the market. I was lucky to figure that out a long time ago. It’s given me a great life.

But now I can afford to go beyond just making myself and my clients richer. These days, I can help others by teaching them about these market forces, too.

I want to show others why it feels like the deck is stacked… and why the ground feels like it’s shifting under our feet…

I also want to show them how to prepare for that and even make a lot of money by turning those same forces in their favor.

JASON: To put all this another way, Chris…

The “Technochasm” has alreadycreated a disenfranchised underclass. But now it's threatening to do the same to a much wider group of people.

That's why you have to understand what’s happening… why it’s happening… and what you can still do to get ready for it. That's the good news.

It ’s not too late to make the right choices.

Louis and I both see lots of opportunities ahead.

But trends like this don't stand still. You risk losing out if you don’t do something to get yourself and your money ready for this NOW.

You risk landing on the wrong side of the divide.

LOUIS: This is the perfect time to introduce the last step we recommend for everybody watching. And that's…

Master the “Technochasm!”

LOUIS I can't emphasize enough how important it is for everybody watching to stay ahead of all the rapid changes you see unfolding… especially given how fast all this new change is taking place.

Chris, I had a front-row seat for the rise of computers in the '80s.

I'm blown away by how far we've come, but it happened slowly enough that I could respond to it.

I also watched the rise of the Internet, from the early days in 1991 to where we are now, generating over $7 trillion worldwide.   

And I made a lot of money on those trends.

I was able to buy Apple at $1.49… Microsoft at 39 cents… and Dell, Amazon, Netflix, and Nvidia, too, all while they sold for low prices…

Jason here also has had a lot of stunning success.

His system could’ve pinpointed gains as high as 10,000% on Nvidia, as high as 2,700% on Broadcom, and as high as 8,000% on Amazon…

We want to put others in a position to do the same.

That's why the first two reports we want to send you are the FIRST STEP…

It's also why we want to do something else to ensure you stay up to date on all the new developments happening… so you can act on them right away

In other words, we want to make sure you have the chance to become a MASTER of the “Technochasm.”

That means knowing how these technologies could change the world…

It also means making sure you can get on the right sideof these transformations in time…

Most importantly, it means spotting those profit opportunities as they come up.

That's why I want to invite everybody watching to start receiving my monthly advisory letter, where I keep readers updated on everything that’s happening.

That letter is called Growth Investor.

Every month in Growth Investor, I’ll show you new developments and technological breakthroughs taking place…

I’ll show you how to GET and STAY ahead of all that tremendous growth.

Specifically, I'll show you the new and incredible chances you have to make money right now and as the AI-enabled “Technochasm” kicks into high gear.

Again, this force is extremely powerful and will only grow over the coming decade. This is too important for you to miss…

CHRIS: Well, Louis, you've certainly earned your reputation as somebody who can master those changes and find incredible opportunities to profit.

I hope everybody knows that.

And, while I know you've already pointed out that not every stock you recommend goes up, your track record is astonishing…

I have your model portfolio that was in front of me recently, and I can see that your recommendations averaged a stunning 44% return over the last year…

With individual gains as good as 119%, 198%, and 303%.

Over the long haul, your Growth Investor average performance is even better. It shows your recommendations have beat the S&P 500 by nearly 3-to-1.

LOUIS: Thank you, Chris… I'm proud of that record, which is why I'd like to do two special things for everybody watching right now…

First, I'd like to walk you through what you get if you try my research letter…

You'll get 12 monthly issues of Growth Investor. This is my flagship publication, where I’ll keep you updated on everything that’s going on. Each new digital edition will give you at least one unique investment opportunity per month, along with all my key research.

You'll also get SPECIAL REPORT #1: “25 Stocks to Sell as AI Takes Over.

You'll get SPECIAL REPORT #2: “Scalability Titans: Six Must-own AI Stocks to BUY Now.”

Then, every Friday, I’ll send you a Weekly Update. You’ll get my take on events of the week and a look ahead at the market and our stock news. It’s delivered directly to your email inbox.

You'll also get my Growth Investor Owner's Manual… which lays out the eight fundamental factors I've baked into my system for picking ideal stocks. Plus, it tells you how to use the tools on the private subscriber website to grade the potential profitability of every stock in your portfolio.

And, of course, you'll have full access to the Growth Investor member website. This is something special because it's where you'll find my up-to-date model portfolio, my report archive, and all your past issues of my advisory letter. You’ll also find all my AI-powered investment tools for rating stocks, dividend opportunities, and more.

Plus, if urgent market or stock news breaks or it ’s time to collect profits, I’ll email you to explain what ’s happening and what it means for your Growth Investor recommendations.

CHRIS: That's certainly a generous invitation, Louis.

Before we show everybody how to take advantage of it, there's just one more thing: you mentioned that you had something extraordinary that you wanted to do for our viewers…

LOUIS: That's right, Chris. This is the surprise that Jason and I have worked out to thank everybody for hearing what we had to say today…

Jason, why don't you do the honors?

JASON: Thanks, Louis… and let me say, I agree with Chris… that's a fantastic opportunity everybody has today, with everything Louis just offered you.

But I wanted to do my part, too…

That's why, along with everything Louis just mentioned, there's something else we're going to add: something special for everybody watching right now…

And we haven’t announced this anywhere else…

For everybody that accepts Louis’ invitation today, I also want to give a free one-year subscription to my new research newsletter, TradeSmith Investment Report.

CHRIS: This is a full service that’s just launched… and you’re adding it free for anybody who accepts Louis’s invitation.

JASON: That's right, no extra cost. Because I believe Louis’s research is that great. And I want to ensure everybody else gets to experience and enjoy it as much as I have.

You'll get immediate access if you respond to Louis’ invitation today.

By the way, I'm launching my brand-new newsletter with the help of the famous and highly respected TradeSmith organization.

They have a long history of creating some of the most powerful market-tracking systems anywhere. I ’m excited about how the service has turned out.

The way it works, you’ll get to watch as I apply my AI algorithms to all 6,000+ publicly traded stocks month after month. I’ll scan those results every week.

Then, I’ll use my filtering data to boil it down to my top hand-picked recommendations, which I’ll share with all my supporting research.

You’ll get these recommendations from me every month for a full year, absolutely free. And again, this in addition to everything Louis is also ready to share.

CHRIS: Wow. I'm speechless. Between Louis’ special reports… and his generous Growth Investor offer… plus a free full year of your new service? That’s an incredible deal.

LOUIS: I couldn’t agree more, Chris.

I love Jason’s research, even when we sometimes disagree. After all, knowledge is power. And the more chances you get to see all the opportunities in the market, the better.

So, a combination of my Growth Investor research… along with a free 12-month subscription to Jason’s new service… should give everybody who accepts our invitation a huge advantage.

With that in mind, I’d like to sweeten the offer here even more… because there's something else I'm including that I want to make sure everybody watching is aware of…

It’s a special tool I call the Portfolio Grader. I’ve spent years perfecting it. And you can get instant, unlimited access as soon as you sign up for my Growth Investor newsletter.

CHRIS: Wait, you’re talking about the AI-powered grading engine your clients used to pay you as much as $30,000 a year to use?

LOUIS: That’s right, Chris.

It’s the very same tool I’ve developed to get instant grades on every publicly traded stock. You simply enter a ticker and click the button.

That means that, as a subscriber…

You can check the status of any stock in the market and instantly know whether it’s a BUY, SELL, or HOLD…

You can create and customize your own model portfolio of A-rated companies…

And you can scan the market for small-cap stocks that are on the cusp of a significant A-Phase breakout…

When you sign up for Growth Investor you’ll get unlimited access. Meaning, you can use my Portfolio Grader tool as many times as you like, whenever you like.

Use it to get more details on the stocks I’ll recommend in each monthly issue. Use it to look up the stocks in your own portfolio. Or use it to check any other ticker.

Seconds after you hit the “submit” button, you’ll get a custom, in-depth Stock Report filled with a detailed view of my proprietary analysis…

You’ll also get a bird’s-eye view of past ratings for any stock, whether over the last few weeks or in the previous 12 months.

It’s one of the most successful stock-picking programs on Wall Street, and I’m making it available to you 24/7.

CHRIS: I can’t help repeating that Portfolio Grader doesn’t just rate individual stocks… you can also use it to grade your own portfolio.

LOUIS: Chris, you can plug in any combination of stocks, and Portfolio

Grader will conduct a thorough personalized portfolio analysis.

It’s completely private. Your data stays with you and so do your results.

You’ll find the Total Portfolio Grade and my Portfolio Review at the bottom of any portfolio.

This is how serious I am about ensuring you’ve got what you need to get ahead of the market… and ahead of these hugely profitable trends.

I’m making everything we’ve talked about available as part of this special Growth Investor trial. 

But that’s not all, because I also want to add yet another bonus…

It’s called The #1 Stock For the Driverless Car Revolution

As I said earlier, this is an unstoppable trend.

Driverless cars are at the “liftoff” stage. And this final bonus report will fill you in on an innovative company that sits at the epicenter of it all.

It's also yours free with today's special deal.

CHRIS: So, we’ve got an embarrassment of riches here…

Let me just take a second to sum this up…

When you accept Louis and Jason’s invitation today…

You'll get Louis' three investment briefings…

You'll get unlimited access to the members-only website…

You'll get the weekly emails and alerts…

Plus, your copy of the Growth Investor Owner s Manual…

Plus, Louis's powerful Portfolio Grader and Dividend Grader tools…

And, of course, you'll get a full year of Growth Investor monthly issues…

And if that wasn't already enough…

You’ll ALSO get a FREE one-year subscription to Jason's brand-new advisory letter, TradeSmith Investor Report at zero additional cost.

And Louis, speaking of cost…

Everybody watching has to be wondering by now what they’ll pay to sign up for this special Growth Investor deal.

And frankly, with everything we just listed, I’m almost afraid to ask.

After all, I know you've charged up to $30,000 a year for this caliber of research when you provided it for institutional money managers…

And Jason, I know you’ve alsooverseen trades for billionaires and have had hedge funds pay you tens of thousands of dollars for your research…

LOUIS: Under normal circumstances, Chris, what we’re offering here today wouldn't come cheap. That’s just the way the industry works.

For instance, institutional firms usually won’t even talk to you if you’re worth less than $1 million.

But like we've said, these are NOT normal circumstances.

America — in fact, the world — is going through profound changes. We both want to make sure everyone has a chance to prepare for that.

Which is why we’re going to do something very different…

For a limited time, you can get a full year of my Growth Investor service, including everything that comes with it, for just $49 a year.

And, of course, you’ll also get Jason's generous gift of a full year of his brand-new TradeSmith Investment Report at no extra charge.

It’s the perfect complement to everything you’ll get with Growth Investor. And like Jason said, it’s yours FREE when you subscribe to my letter.

Of course, we can't guarantee anything regarding the stock market…

And past performance can't guarantee future success…

But I CAN make you a different kind of guarantee…

If you don’t see an opportunity to earn a lot of money with Growth Investor over your first 90 days, then you don’t have to pay for it.

That ’s right.

You have a full three months to try everything my publisher sends.

If, at any time during that trial period, you decide you’re not happy for any reason just let me or my publisher know.

I’ll see you get a full cash refund of everything you’ve paid to subscribe. You can still keep everything as my way of saying thank you for trying my work.

I hope that sounds fair.

I’m not asking you to make any significant commitments. I’m just asking everybody watching to try my work so they can decide whether it lives up to everything I’ve promised.

CHRIS: You’re right, Louis… that’s a generous guarantee.

And it’s unlike anything I’ve seen anywhere before.

When you add in the extra gift of Jason’s service, it’s truly an unbeatable deal.

I hope everybody watching will jump at this chance to get started.

To find out how to access everything we just talked about, click the “Subscribe Now” button on your screen.

This will take you to a secure order form that explains all the details.

I hope you'll do that now.

Louis… Jason… thank you so much for joining us today.

LOUIS: It was our pleasure, Chris…

JASON: Yes, thank you, Chris — and Louis, thank you for including me in your special invitation today. I’m honored to be a part of it.

LOUIS: I’m glad you could be here too, Jason.

And if I could add a special message for everybody watching…

What you've heard here today could change millions of lives. It could also unleash YEARS of impressive gains, unlike anything you’ve seen before.

So, I hope you’ll take advantage of this while you can…

CHRIS: That's the perfect way to wrap up this presentation.

Make sure you use it to take a look at this special deal. Thank you again for watching and we hope to hear from you soon!

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