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The Next Generation of media is here, but investors are still not ready for it.
When Netflix briefly passed Disney as the most valuable media company in the world, investors rested on their laurels, patting themselves on the back for seeing the future of media.
Since that day, Netflix has lost over 5%, and over $15 billion in market cap.
It showed just how near-sighted investors are when it comes to the future of media.
Plus Netflix, while great for streaming, does precisely just that…streaming.
With the demand for more choices and flexibility, a service that specializes in one thing is very limited.
And the future of entertainment is way more than just streaming; it’s entirely online. It’s streaming, it’s networking, it’s gaming, it’s movies, it’s music.
Cable represents the past, and Netflix is the present. But this “Next Gen” opportunity is the future. And in some cases, it’s already here.
And one virtually unknown company is at the forefront of this Next Gen media…and they do everything Netflix does, and then some.
Investors who want to add a secretive, controversial, and expanding company that’s already minted billionaires this year? Look no further.
The facts are staggering.
- They’ve spent $1 billion on two streaming video platforms…in one day!
- They have the largest video game division in the world; bigger than Nintendo!
- They generate 600 million transactions…every day!
- They had 12 start-ups go public in 2017, minting $20 billion!
And almost no one has heard of them.
And they’re led by a mysterious 46-year-old billionaire with $44.2 billion at stake in the company.
He’s been described as a scorpion, waiting with patience and discipline to strike.
Much like his idol, Steve Jobs.
And his virtually unknown company is knocking on the door of an opportunity that could be 23x bigger than Netflix, and could change the media landscape for good.
In fact, 40% of “Next Gen” investments comes from this company, with over $22 billion invested in the past 12 months alone.
And the coup de grâce: They have an advantage that Netflix doesn’t have that will keep them on top.
I’ve outlined the background on this incredible opportunity in a report called “The Next Gen Revolution.”
In this report, Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner dives deep into three companies poised to run away with this opportunity potentially 23x bigger than Netflix.
And you’ll want to get your hands on it, because David Gardner has built his legacy on finding the next step in technology BEFORE everyone else does.
He recommended shares of AOL BEFORE the internet was in every house.
He recommended shares of Amazon BEFORE people predicted the death of retail stores.
He recommended shares of Netflix BEFORE people abandoned their VCR and DVD players.
And each time, those recommendations led to over incredible returns for investors who followed his guidance.
And with this Next Gen entertainment opportunity, David thinks the timing is right for another disruption in the market.
When you enter your email address here, you’ll be taken instantly to your free video report…where you’ll find out what all of the excitement is about.
Returns as of August 16, 2018. John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Sam Barker owns shares of Netflix. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Amazon, Netflix, and Walt Disney. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.