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We've been telling you for some time now that companies involved with anti-missile-systems technology have tapped into a true "growth industry" - and should reap the benefits for years to come.
Global developments involving current U.S. antagonists North Korea, China and Iran keep bolstering our case for us.
But the recent "missiles-in-the-sugar" incident on the high seas really drives our point home.
Today we're going to tell you that story, share some other alarming intelligence-analyst insights on missile threats from around the world, and tell you about the one company that's positioned to benefit from this.
In fact, thanks to some moves this company made recently, it's actually positioned itself as the dominant player for years to come.
But let's start with the story.
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