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Launched back in 1909, and held every two years, the Salon International de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (the International Paris Air Show) is a global stage for aviation.
Traditionally, it's an event that defense contractors and the world's two airliner makers use to showcase their wares.
But this year's show - the 52nd annual, which started today (Monday) - will have a new-and-unique star.
Lots of drones.
Indeed, these pilotless aircraft will prove to be the "debutantes" of a trade show that features 2,300 exhibiting companies from about 50 countries, quips a writer from Popular Mechanics.
Our four-stock "drones portfolio" contains nothing but winners.
And in this report - and in a second piece that I'll bring you later this week - we're going to show you several new ways to cash in.
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