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We're just two days away from what will almost certainly be a massive e-commerce haul.
Worth an estimated $25 billion, this one-day event is worth more than what Americans spend on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two of the nation's biggest shopping events.
I'm talking about Singles' Day, an unofficial Chinese holiday that began in 1993 to address the hundreds of millions of unmarried people.
And in the last several years, Nov. 11 has become a de facto shopping holiday sponsored by web giant Alibaba.
Now, most tech analysts would be suggesting you capitalize on this by investing in Alibaba or another Chinese web giant.
But here at Strategic Tech Investor, we go way beyond the headlines to give you analysis you won't find anywhere else.
That's why today, I want to show you a way to invest in the much larger global e-commerce trend, one that is worth $9.6 trillion in the United States alone.
This American "quiet giant" generates $600 million in cash every year – which goes right back into investors' pockets.
It's the landlord to the entire web.
And it just got the go-ahead to raise rents.
That means its shares are set to soar – and crush the overall market.