2019: The year cable dies

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With everything I hear coming out of Silicon Valley and Hollywood, I don’t think I’m going too far out on limb with this prediction:

2019 is the year cable TV dies.

That’s good news to anybody who hates their cable provider, but it’s better news for investors following a little-known California company.

This small public company is set to pick up the pieces of the crumbling cable empire – and I believe this could amount to big-time profits for in-the-know investors.

It’s already made some insiders rich, including its 40-year-old visionary leader, whose stake has already soared to over $624 million in just three years.

But I think the real profits are still yet to come as more people ditch cable for streaming services.

In fact, this little stock could be like buying Netflix in 2004 – right before it went on to earn an 19,511% return.

But let me be clear … while I do believe this stock could produce returns similar to what Netflix has earned … it’s NOT Netflix.

This company is much more obscure – it’s a picks-and-shovels way to play the streaming revolution.

Because this tiny company has built a revolutionary new platform … that some of our top investors believe is positioning them to dominate the second wave of the cord-cutting revolution.

So while Netflix may have built cable TV’s coffin, this company could put the nail in it.

And today is your chance to find out all about this remarkable moment in media history.

Heck, I just read that for the first time ever a streaming service topped the rankings for 2018 Emmy nominations.

When the best shows are no longer on cable, that’s when the industry effectively goes to the grave.

So, I stand by my prediction for 2019, and I hope you’ll take the time to listen to my brand-new video report that lays out the full story on the movement.

The best part is that you can see this report for FREE.

And you’ll want to see this story before you invest a single cent in Netflix, Apple, Google … or any of the most obvious names.

Because our experts think one tiny company is revolutionizing the industry.

The same experts that recommended Netflix when shares were just $1.87.

Could this stock be the next Netflix?

One tiny California company reminds analysts of Netflix in 2004 … back when it was trading for just $1.87.

Click here to find out what all of the excitement is about.

 

Past performance is not a predictor of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss.

Returns as of Oct. 5, 2018. Rex Moore has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Netflix. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

 

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