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These Teen Geniuses are on a Path to Change the World

He's barely old enough to shave... but Jack Andraka is already hard at work helping America win the war on cancer.

Just last month, the Baltimore-area whiz kid took top honors at a key contest hosted by Silicon Valley legend Intel Corp. (NasdaqGS: INTC). He invented a low-cost, cutting-edge cancer screen that could save thousands of lives every year.

Andraka now ranks as a rising star and radical change agent who could have a huge impact on high tech and medicine. He also pocketed a cool $100,000 in prize money.

And all at the ripe old age of 15...

He's one of the reasons why I say it pays to remain upbeat about America's future. He and these six other youngsters I'm about to tell you about demonstrate how much innate talent we have in this country, and I believe that's one reason why we can't help but succeed in the long run.

Don't get me wrong. America faces big challenges - rising debt, chronic job losses, and political gridlock, to name but a few.

Yet we're also the one country that steadily produces bright young entrepreneurs who change the world around them. Where others see obstacles, these teens see opportunities.

They go on to launch the Googles, Apples, and Microsofts of the world, and they leave a trail of wealth behind them.

As investors, we want to spot this talent before others do. That's how we maintain the inside edge that vaults us ahead of the pack when new investment opportunities come along.

Fact is, kids today may not be any smarter than the Edisons and Fords of their day. But in the Era of Radical Change, they have the tools - sensors, computers, software and more - that scientists of old could only dream about.

Today, I want to introduce you to the seven young geniuses who are pushing the limits of science and high tech.

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