2 Firms To Buy In This $445 Billion Market

Only once a lifetime — twice, if you’re lucky — does an invention come along that truly changes the world.

The wheel. The plow. The printing press. The combustion engine. The semiconductor.

But with the benefits that come from mankind’s past and future achievements, there will always be exploitation.

The wheel — and eventually the combustion engine — became (amongst other uses) weapons of war and oppression. The printing press can be used to spread propaganda, libel and plagiarism. Over-plowing depletes a soil’s nutrients and makes farmland infertile.

Not only were these problems not solved overnight, but many of them are largely still present to this day… decades, even centuries, after the original tool was invented.

Today, we are in the midst of a technological renaissance. The power of a semiconductor (the heart of most of today’s technological innovation) doubles every two years, according to the universally accepted Moore’s Law. Gadgets that nearly every American owns today are more powerful than the satellites launched into space decades ago.

Nearly every aspect of life is now digitized: from family photos and funny videos to medical records and bank statements. And for the technologically savvy, all of that information is practically up for grabs.

If you’re not fully protected, then all of your private information could find its way into the wrong hands.

In 2014, cyberattacks cost the world more than $400 billion. For reference, that’s larger than the GDP of 170 individual countries.

That same year, Target, Home Depot and JPMorgan Chase & Co. reported that their systems had been corrupted, leaking sensitive information of roughly 250 million customers. The hacks cost the three companies a combined $1.2 billion in damages.

That’s why today, the companies operating in the cybersecurity space have never been in higher demand.

Last year, an estimated 15.8 million Americans fell victim to a cybercrime. That’s a 21% increase from the 13.1 million victims who had their identities stolen in 2013.

And CNN Money recently reported that another person falls victim to identity fraud every two seconds. That’s an alarming rate — and one that cybersecurity firms have been tasked with reducing.

With demand steadily growing, it won’t be long before the burgeoning cybersecurity industry explodes… making early investors huge gains in the process.

Markets and Markets — a market research firm based in Dallas, Texas — estimated that the cybersecurity market was worth roughly $95.6 billion in 2014.

By 2019, the firm expects the industry to skyrocket to a whopping $155.7 billion, a 63% increase over just five years.

But here’s the best part: most investors still aren’t talking about cybersecurity right now. The industry is in its infancy and Wall Street has yet to realize the profit potential of the firms involved.

That’s why I’ve included two little-known firms operating in this highly-profitable cybersecurity space in my groundbreaking new report “10 Shockingly Profitable Predictions for 2016.”

If all goes right, the $445 billion opportunity that I’ve uncovered could deliver life-changing returns for investors who get in on the ground floor.

It’s crucial you get in on this trend sooner rather than later. Before long, the market will catch on and all the biggest gains will have passed you by. And it’s not just cybersecurity that is about to blow up — I’ve identified 9 other sectors that I believe could deliver life-changing gains in 2016. This report is one you can’t afford to miss. To access it, simply click here.