America’s Next Booming Industry Could Make You A Fortune
For an investor looking to bolster their portfolio, there’s no better time than the start of a new mega-trend.
Imagine if you could go back and invest in computers or smartphones before their demand skyrocketed to unprecedented levels.
#-ad_banner-#That’s the kind of opportunity we’re are sitting on today, but many investors haven’t even realized it yet.
See, I’ve uncovered a burgeoning new industry that has returned more than double the S&P 500 in the past few years. And the numbers say this trend is only just getting started.
Let me explain.
Since the end of 2010, the S&P 500 has earned investors an 81% return.
On the other hand, companies in the cybersecurity industry have helped investors earn a whopping 163% — more than double the S&P’s return.
Some might look at that chart and worry that they’ve missed the boat; that all of the biggest gains have already been made.
But that just isn’t the case.
Markets and Markets — a market research firm based in Dallas, Texas — estimated that the cybersecurity market was worth roughly $95.6 billion in 2014.
But by 2019, the firm expects the cybersecurity industry to skyrocket to a whopping $155.7 billion, a 63% increase in just five years. That averages out to about a 10.3% compound annual growth rate.
This isn’t the only cybersecurity stock I’ve found that I think is going to explode when this megatrend picks up steam. In fact, I’ve found three more firms — with just as much upside — that have the potential to earn early investors triple-digit profits.
The fact is cyberattacks are one of the greatest threats facing our nation. And the firms involved in combatting this ever-growing threat offer investors tremendous growth and upside.
The best bets for smart investors are smaller players with room to grow, like the ones I just mentioned. If you’d like more information, you can get the names of these companies in my new report “4 Cybersecurity Stocks With Triple-Digit Upside,” which you can access by following this link.