Last June, when "Leave" prevailed in the United Kingdom's referendum on European Union membership, markets all over the world swooned massively and sent unprepared investors on a real white-knuckle ride they're not likely to forget.
Still, the Brexit referendum and the global reaction were just the first "shoe" to drop. The actual Brexit, the formal departure of the UK from the union, hasn't even started yet.
But it's about to kick off...
Tomorrow, on March 29, Sir Tim Barrow, the UK's Permanent Representative to the Brussels, Belgium-based EU, will hand-deliver a letter to EU President Donald Tusk informing him that the British government intends to "trigger" Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
That will start the formal process of negotiating the Brexit itself.
I don't believe investors have fully priced in the consequences of this event and, as a result, you've got an incredible opportunity on your hands.
And now that Brexit is on the brink of becoming a reality, there's not much time left to buy...