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A Pure Play for the "World War 3.0" Cyber Arms Race

President Obama and his generals have consistently put cybersecurity at or near the top of U.S. strategic defense priorities.

Ever since, the military and government have had their work cut out for them, fighting relentless, daily waves of computer attacks, in many cases against vital national interests.

The private sector is in the trenches, too, as state actors and individuals press attacks to get trade secrets or customer identity data.

Now, recent high-profile cyberattacks against the Democratic National Committee, most likely by Vladimir Putin's intelligence services, have pushed the issue into "six o'clock news" territory.

But the problem goes so much deeper than the media is reporting. This country is embroiled in nothing less than a full-scale global cyberwar right now. There may not be any casualties (yet), but everything is up for grabs and the stakes are very high.

For instance, the cost of fighting this war is set to eclipse $1 trillion between 2017 and 2021, making the battlefield one of the largest new markets on earth.

I'm going to show you how you can profit from our efforts to win, but first let me peel back the curtain on a huge conflict that's largely hidden from public view...

Technology

One of the Best Investments Today in the $1 Trillion IoT Market

The IoT is the growing network of objects that can be connected to Internet and the communications that occur between the two.

It's an exciting space for individuals and a lucrative one for investors. In fact, the market is already worth roughly $1 trillion.

That's why we're sharing one of the best investments today in the space....

Technology

Raw Footage of SpaceX Rocket Explosion Spawned These 2 Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories surrounding last week's SpaceX rocket explosion abound across the world wide web.

Was it a UFO? A drone? Or just a plain ol' accident?

Apple

Why Apple Stock Is a Buy After the iPhone 7 Debut

Apple stock has had a ho-hum year, but that's about to change.

Despite talk that the iPhone 7 will be boring, the latest version of Apple's flagship device – set to be unveiled tomorrow (Tuesday) – has a good chance of selling well enough to drive the AAPL stock price to new highs.

Better still, even if the iPhone 7 somehow doesn't juice sales, another, even bigger Apple stock catalyst is perched on the horizon.

Here's why AAPL is a screaming buy right now...

Technology

Silicon Valley Has a Secret "Watch List" – and Now You Can, Too

Every top tech player has a "Silicon Valley Watch List" – a ranking of well-run firms with great products and excellent cash flow.

We unveil some of these must-have companies - and how to get in on their massive profit potential - right here...

Technology

What 99% of Investors Don't Understand About Tech Will Cost 'Em

Tech stocks have been on an incredible tear lately, beating the S&P 500 by up to five to one over the last year, and many investors are afraid they're going to fall… that somehow the run's over.

Not on your life.

And not for reasons you might think.

Here's what everybody else is missing.

Let me begin with a story that sets the stage for today's high-profit takeaway.

Most people have never heard of James Wilson Marshall.

He was a New Jersey-born carpenter working for a German-born Swiss citizen named John Sutter on a water-powered sawmill in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains.

And, on Jan. 24, 1848, he found gold...

Technology

My "Early Warning" System for Maximum Tech Profits

These five catalysts triggered Tesla's 457% surge in 2013.

Learning them now will help you spot other tech stocks gearing up for meteoric runs before they happen...

Facebook

What Yogi Berra Can Tell Us About Zuckerberg’s Facebook Plans

New York Yankees legend Yogi Berra will go down in history as one of the greatest catchers who ever played the game.

He captured 10 World Series titles as a player, was a three-time American League MVP, and won pennants in both leagues as a manager, too.

But his Hall of Fame career isn't all that this baseball icon, who passed away last year, is remembered for.

Many also remember him for his "Yogi-isms," his short and often confusing words of wisdom or funny sayings that mashed a few different ideas together.

These include "It's like déjà vu all over again," "You can observe a lot by just watching," and "Even Napoleon had his Watergate."

These aren't just funny one-liners.

They have real-life applications.

In fact, one of my favorite Yogi-isms can be applied to one of my absolute favorite tech stocks right now.

Let me show you...

Technology

How This Disruptive Technology Could Save U.S. Elections

Most states rely on voting machines 10 to 15 years old, opening the door for flawed or rigged elections.

But this disruptive technology could fix everything...

Stocks

On the Facebook Stock Split Date, Don't Panic When Shares Appear 70% Lower

On June 20, shareholders approved a Facebook stock split.

The date has yet to be set, but the 3-for-1 stock split could happen within the next two years.

And on the date of the Facebook stock split, it will appear that the Facebook stock price dropped nearly 70% in just a day. Before that happens, our readers need to read this to prepare themselves...