There is more going on in the Metaverse right now than most people can comprehend

The technology I’m about to share with you today is so powerful, it could:

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg…

It’s a situation unlike anything we’ve seen in human history.

And experts agree…

It’s a technology you often see in the news referred to as the Metaverse, a term coined in the 1992 book Snow Crash.

And Big Tech has a raging obsession with it.

Facebook is already spending $10 billion this year alone on this technology.

And it’s not the only one shelling out huge amounts of cash…

  • Google: $3.9 billion
  • Amazon: $871 million
  • Microsoft: $690 million
  • Apple: $786 million
  • Twitter: $629 million
  • Dell: $1 billion
  • Epic: $1 billion
  • Verizon: $10 billion
  • Tencent: $70 billion

And that’s the short list.

Nearly all of the top 50 tech companies in the world are in a relentless race to control the Metaverse.


Because this technology is set to completely disrupt the entire $85 trillion global economy.

This includes:

  • The $33 trillion real estate industry
  • The $20 trillion retail industry
  • The $8 trillion health care industry
  • The $9 trillion banking industry
  • The $2 trillion entertainment industry
  • And more…

And as this pursuit to control the Metaverse hits a fever pitch…

Many people will have the chance to become outrageously wealthy.

As Forbes says…

So while the world’s top 50 tech companies battle for the Metaverse…

I’ve found five “buy now” stocks that I believe are on the verge of controlling everything.

In fact, I’m even going to reveal the name and ticker symbol of one of these stocks right here in this presentation.

You’ll get the full details. No credit card, phone number, or e-mail required.

I know you’ll want to get in right away…

Because this is a very rare opportunity… to get in front of a tech trend that could be bigger than anythingwe’ve seen over the past three decades.

Bigger than buying Qualcomm in the 1990s…

Apple in the early 2000s…

Or Netflix in the 2010s…

Any of these stocks could have made you a great deal of money.

But the Metaverse stands to be exponentially bigger and grow exponentially faster.

In fact, it’s set to grow even faster than the internet did.

It took the internet 38 years to become worth roughly $32 billion.

Yet, the Metaverse is already worth nearly $48 billion.

And it’s projected to hit $800 billion within the next two years.

Put another way, that’s a growth rate 893 times faster than the internet.

Think about it…

The gains I just showed you a minute ago are all tech companies…

Some of the top-performing stocks in history.

So you can only imagine how quickly Metaverse stocks could take off as this new tech grows 893 times faster than the internet.

Of course, as a 20-plus-year Wall Street veteran, I understand that past performance is no indicator of future results…

But I also understand that this is the type of situation that could create tremendous amounts of wealth.

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And the world’s billionaires are already starting to take notice:

Thing is, the future is now

After all, how often do you see not only the world’s top 50 tech firms going all-in on a single technology… but also every major branch of the military as well?

Yet, that’s exactly what’s happening.

The U.S. Government and Military
are ALL-IN for $44 Billion

The U.S. Air Force has committed $70 million to this new technology…

The Navy is in for $156 million…

The Marines are spending $32 million…

And the Army is in for an astounding $22 billion.

Even the Coast Guard and Space Forceare in as well.

But it doesn’t end there.

The four largest federal agencies in the U.S. are the Department of Defense, the Postal Service, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Department of Homeland Security.

And ALL of them are jumping in with both feet.

Along with the Pentagon, the top four U.S. government agencies are spending a combined $22 billion on the Metaverse.

Will Come from This

I’ve never seen anything like this.

Neither has self-made billionaire Mark Cuban:

As I’ve mentioned, the Metaverse is unlike any tech advancement we’ve ever seen.

It stands to have a bigger impact on our daily lives than the printing press, the telephone, and even the automobile.

Once complete, the Metaverse could…

But you need to understand that opportunities like this move fast.

So if you want to profit from this situation, you must act quickly…

Before it’s on the cover of the Wall Street Journal or talked about all day by the talking heads on CNBC.

Unlike other major trends you hear about like electric cars, blockchain technology, artificial intelligence, and even 5G…

The Metaverse is an early-stage opportunity where massive profits can still be made.

But, like I said, you need to act fast.

And the five stocks I’ve pinpointed all have the potential to make you 3x… 5x… even 10x your money as the battle for the Metaverse intensifies.

In a few minutes, I’m even going to share one of my favorite stocks to play this coming megatrend for free, right here in this presentation. Ticker symbol, buying instructions, and all.

Remember, this technology is set to completely disrupt the entire $85 trillion global economy.

And it’s already on pace to grow 893 times faster than the internet did.

So you can only imagine what might happen to the five stocks I’m going to give you the details on in just a moment.

Their prices could absolutely erupt

Possibly faster than anything you’ve ever seen before.

After all, I’m not talking 15- or 20-year gains here.

I’m talking 3x… 5x… even 10x potential as
the Metaverse drives toward $800 billion over
the next two years

Of course, once that happens, you’ll be hearing about the Metaverse everywhere.

It’ll be all over the news and filling up your social media feeds.

Everyone will be talking about it.

But if you take action today, you’ll have already gotten in well ahead of the curve…

And potentially have already made as much as 10x your money.

I say this with such confidence because this isn’t the first time I’ve made an urgent prediction before…

My name is Whitney Tilson.

Back in 2019, I sent out a briefing about something called “TaaS.”

“TaaS” stands for Transportation as a Service.

By now, you’ve probably heard of it.

But two years ago, I’d estimate that 99% of Americans had no idea it was even a thing.

I did, though. I’d been following the industry very closely.

And I predicted – correctly – that certain stocks were about to soar.

Like I’m doing today, I recommended five “buy now” stocks to anyone who was willing to listen.

In less than two years, the five stocks I recommended are up an average of 120%.

I can’t name them because they’re currently in my open model portfolio, and it wouldn’t be fair to my readers.

But had you gotten in on the “TaaS” revolution I predicted, you could have averaged 120% gains on the five stocks I detailed.

I tell you this to show you just how fast these kinds of things can move.

Only today’s opportunity is much bigger.

“TaaS” is a niche industry.

Yet, even though it was a much smaller opportunity, you still could have made multiple triple-digit gains had you listened to my urgent warning.

So if you missed out two years ago, I’m giving you
a second chance to get in on the ground floor
of a world-changing technology.

Only this time around, the gains could be much bigger.

And while past gains don’t indicate future success, my track record is filled with accurate calls that most investors and pundits overlooked.

In 2017, I called the exact day bitcoin peaked.

In 2018, I called the exact hour that marijuana stocks would start their big collapse.

In 2019, I predicted the rise of “TaaS.”

And on March 23, 2020 – the exact day that the stock market bottomed – I wrote, “this is the absolute best time to be an investor in more than a decade” and said I was “trembling with greed.”

It turned out I was right again, as stocks have skyrocketed to new all-time highs since then.

I also called the exact day the stock market mania around GameStop and other meme stocks peaked in January.

If you remember, the stock soared as much as 2,500% after a group of investors on social media banded together to pump the stock.

I predicted the stock would quickly crash – and that’s exactly what it did as it dropped by more than 90% in only two weeks.

To be honest, I don’t know of any other financial analyst in the world who can make these claims.

In all, I’ve accurately predicted the decline of 88 different stocks, including three bankruptcies over my career.

But I don’t just accurately predict bad news…

As a hedge fund manager, I purchased some of the most valuable stocks in recent history for my clients long before they were household names, including:

Netflix when it was $7.78 a share (today it’s worth 8,100% more)…

Apple at a split-adjusted $0.35 (it’s up more than 45,000% since then)…

Amazon at $48 (it’s up more than 7,200% since then)…

These were all huge success stories, but of course nobody is right 100% of the time.

So not all of my stocks are winners.

But that hasn’t stopped me from outperforming the S&P 500since the launch of my newsletter two years ago.

It’s why my work has led to some high praise from those who’ve listened to both my recommendations and warnings…

Now, don’t get me wrong…

Even though I made a lot of money during my 25-year Wall Street career – where I grew my hedge fund firm from $1 million to more than $200 million – it was an absolute grind.

I wasn’t spending enough time with my family, and the stress of managing money for other people kept getting more and more intense.

So I decided to make a huge change.

I returned capital and started my own investment advisory company, Empire Financial Research.

Today, my team and I serve more than 200,000 readers all over the world.

And I couldn’t be happier.

I get to live life on my own terms now.

This year alone, I finished second in the four-person team division of the 24-hour World’s Toughest Mudder, visited my parents in Kenya, climbed Mt. Whitney, the tallest peak in the continental U.S., explored Uzbekistan and Ecuador, and kiteboarded in Cape Town, South Africa.

I also get to share my expertise with regular, everyday people now.

That’s why I’m here today with what could be the opportunity of a lifetime with the Metaverse.

I want people to live out their lives in luxury and retire rich.

So I now reserve my best ideas (and stock recommendations) for people like you.

And as I mentioned earlier, I’ve found five “buy now” companies that are on the verge of dominating the Metaverse.

I’ll even reveal one of them for free in just a few moments.

This is an opportunity to make 3x… 5x… even 10x your money over the next few years as the battle to control the Metaverse hits a fever pitch.

Remember, right now it’s growing 893 times faster than the internet.

And once complete, it could:

I’ll explain how in just a moment…

But first, I want to explain why you could be in position to make a massive amount of money in the very near future.

I’m sure you’re wondering, by now, what exactly the Metaverse is and why it’s so important.

And why the Washington Post calls it “the next version of the internet.”

That’s putting it mildly, though.

I think of it as the “Internet Killer”

You see, the Metaverse isn’t just the next iteration of the internet, but a technology that will change the way we do almost everything.

Ultimately, I believe it could replace the internet entirely.

Of course, that’s a ways down the road, but that’s how powerful I predict this technology will be.

It’s something that’s been building since the internet was officially created back in 1983.

In the 38 years since then, I’ve noticed four critical phases of the internet that have made the Metaverse a possibility today.

  1. E-commerce
  2. Social
  3. Mobile
  4. Internet of Things

And you could have gotten filthy rich off each of these four phases.

It’s hard to believe, but the internet once looked like this:

That’s the first website ever created.

At the time, few people knew this would jumpstart what we now know as the first generation of the internet.

Some people, however, saw this as the opportunity of a lifetime.

Just four years after the first website went live, Jeff Bezos created

At the time, Amazon sold only books…

But Bezos had a vision for the company’s explosive growth and e-commerce domination.

You know the rest of the story, of course…

Amazon went on to become one of the most profitable stocks in history.

Had you seen what Bezos saw and got in when the company went public…

You would have made gains as high as 217,000%.

Of course, you would have had to buy the stock and hold it the entire time, but that gain turns every $1,000 into more than $2.1 million.

Naturally, gains this high are a complete outlier and are unlikely to be repeated anytime soon…

But it shows what can happen when a company goes all-in extremely early on a world-changing technology.

eBay was another company that got in during the first phase of the internet.

And its stock shot up as much as 9,449%.

It wasn’t just e-commerce companies, though…

Microsoft saw the need for a reliable way to access the internet, and it launched its Explorer browser in 1995.

Had you bought Microsoft stock back then, you could have made a killing…

Since then, shares have gone up 6,194%.

That would turn every $1,000 invested into nearly $63,000.

Of course, most people didn’t catch these runs…

It was so early in the game that few realized what kind of opportunity internet stocks would be.

Remember, this was just the first generation of the internet.

The second occurred as people all over the world were given the ability to communicate in real time, share photos, and even send each other short videos.

Today, it’s known as social media.

But back then, it was just a way to keep in touch with your friends.

And as with the first generation, the companies who got in early made a killing.

Facebook came on the scene in 2004 as little more than an experiment…

A “virtual yearbook” for Harvard students to check out pictures of their classmates.

Today, Facebook has almost 3 billion users.

The company didn’t go public until several years later, but even so, the stock gave ordinary investors a chance to get rich…

Had you gotten in early on Facebook, even after knowing how popular it was…

You could have made as much as 1,838%.

Again, this was after Facebook became a household name.

And you still could have earned nearly 20x your money.

Twitter was also one of the first companies to master social media.

It launched in 2006, but like Facebook, didn’t IPO until much later.

It didn’t matter.

Thanks to the popularity of social media, you still could have made 5x your money.

All told, Twitter paid out gains as high as 449% turning every $10,000 into nearly $55,000.

The second generation of the internet also gave rise to companies like Netflix, which introduced streaming to the masses.

Since it went public, the stock has gained 56,360%.

The third generation of the internet – mobile – was no different.

It gave us the ability to access the internet on our phones…

And opened the door for playing games and watching movies on our phones and iPads.

At the time, it was the biggest development in internet history.

And stocks soared, including:

Apple, which introduced the iPhone in 2007.

Since then, shares of Apple have surged as much as 4,900%.

Capcom, which makes mobile games, shot up nearly 10x…

Shares of the stock went on an 843% run starting back in 2013.

Even telecoms benefited from this phase of the internet as companies like T-Mobile shot up 1,099%.

This generation of the internet expanded to include far more than just e-commerce and social media companies.

It included gaming firms, device makers, and phone companies.

And the fourth generation expanded that scope even further as it brought the internet to household appliances, security systems, watches, thermostats, and more – the so-called “Internet of Things.”

And again, the stocks of well-positioned companies produced huge gains.

Dexcom is a company that produces glucose monitoring systems for diabetes patients.

It helps people remain healthy through internet connectivity, something that would have seemed like science fiction back in 1997.

And shares took off…

Dexcom stock has paid out gains as high as 5,250%.

Qualcomm took it to a whole different level.

It went all-in on the “Internet of Things” and provided platforms for not just smart devices, but also smart homes and smart cities.

And this early adoption paid off…

Shares soared by as much as 5,845%.

Skyworks, though, is the best of the bunch.

The company provides the “backbone” of the “Internet of Things” to companies all over the world.

And with 75 billion devices expected to come online by 2025, Skyworks shares have absolutely crushed it.

Had you bought during the company’s early days, you could have earned gains as high as 7,733%.

That’s 70x your money on a single stock.

Keep in mind, though, all of these gains were just from the internet’s first four phases.

Today’s opportunity with the Metaverse is far bigger.

I hate to refer to it as the “next version” of the internet, but that’s the easiest way to describe what it is.

So if you missed getting in on the ground floor of past internet gold rushes, this is your chance to get in early on this one.

And remember, the Metaverse is already worth nearly $48 billion.

And it’s projected to hit $800 billion within the next two years.

So it’s growing 893 times faster than ALL iterations of the internet we’ve seen so far… combined.

But you must take action now.

The five stocks I’ve found – including the one I’m about to reveal for free – all have the potential to soar 3x… 5x… even 10x as the Metaverse comes to life.

“[This] is the next frontier…”
-Mark Zuckerberg

It’s a technology that’s set to completely disrupt the entire $85 trillion global economy…

Earlier versions of the internet never had that kind of impact.

So you can only imagine what kind of profit potential the Metaverse stocks have.

We’re literally in uncharted territory.

And people are jumping at the chance to get in on it.

There’s a good reason for the optimism, too…

Because the Metaverse will literally change the very nature of life on Earth.

Recently, for instance, one of today’s top musical artists – pop star Ariana Grande – held a concert in the Metaverse.

It drew 78 million viewers.

To put that in perspective, Woodstock drew “just” 400,000 attendees back in 1969.

Grande’s show was 195 times bigger.

Only, at her concert, there were no mile-long lines to use the restrooms…

No overpriced concessions…

No nosebleed seats…

In fact, everyone at Grande’s concert had front-row seats, and they didn’t even have to leave their living rooms.

This is just one example of how enormous the Metaverse has already become.

Today’s immensely popular video games are another…

  • 140 million people play Minecraft
  • 202 million play Roblox
  • 350 million play Fortnite

Remember, all of this didn’t even exist a few years ago… And already at least 690 million people use it on a regular basis.

That’s more people than live in the 10 most populated cities in the world combined.

It took the early versions of the internet 20 years to reach that many users.

It’s not just concerts and video games, either.

You can use the Metaverse for
just about anything you want

Say you’ve been meaning to meet up with family you haven’t seen in a long time…

No problem.

With the Metaverse, you could be at a virtual backyard BBQ with your loved ones…

Or camping…

Or even ice fishing on the frozen lakes of Alaska…

And you can do all of this without paying expensive air fare, waiting in lines at airports, renting a car, or staying in a hotel.

You don’t even have to plan anything.

You could wake up in the morning, and as easily as you’d make a phone call, you’ll be able to visit anyone you like at any time…

Family, old high school friends, co-workers, even strangers from across the globe if you’re looking to make new friends.

It’s extraordinary.

It’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen
in human history

The impact this world will have on every aspect of our lives is immense.

Like I said, you can do just about anything you want.

Need to grab some groceries? No problem.

In just seconds, you could have every imaginable product at your fingertips.

No parking in crowded lots…

No waiting in lines at understaffed stores…

No browsing multiple websites for the best deal.

You can find everything in one location without having to get off your couch.

Plus, after you check out, everything you just ordered will be on its way, courtesy of a fast, efficient delivery service.

Then, if you want, you can pop over to the bank and pay your mortgage, open a new account, or even take out a loan.

You won’t have to drive there and wait for a teller.

A personal aide will be “on site,” ready and waiting to help you out.

Or maybe you’ve been thinking about buying a new house or a vacation home out-of-state.

Guess what? You can use the Metaverse for that, too.

Instantly, you’ll be able to call up dozens of properties in 20 different cities that fit your exact needs.

And you’ll be able to take tours of all of them from the comfort of your own home.

You won’t have to take a single trip or deal with any pushy real estate agents.

The possibilities here are incredible.

And the list goes on and on.

It’s also why I predict this tech will…

See, the Metaverse will give you the ability to visit your doctor virtually on a regular basis.

So you’ll be able to get efficient preventative medical care and avoid costly – and potentially life-threatening – disasters down the line.

You’ll be able to find the best deals on groceries and household goods without having to clip a single coupon or wait for sales.

The same goes for vacations. You’ll be able to visit just about anywhere on the planet without having to book hotel rooms or rent cars.

And it’ll be possible to do this without leaving your couch, so your transportation and gas costs could end up being next to nothing.

So when investment banker Andrew Kiguel said…

He was 100% correct.

Now maybe you can understand why the Metaverse is Big Tech’s new, red-hot obsession…

America’s Top 10 Tech Firms are
Fighting Tooth and Nail Over This Tech

The applications in this world are so vast and far-reaching that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is going all-in on it.

He’s spending $10 billion and hiring 10,000 people this year, all dedicated to bringing the Metaverse to its full potential.

Recently, he told his employees, “Our overarching goal… is to help bring [it] to life.”

Other top tech firms are going all-in as well…

  • Microsoft is quickly working to roll out Mesh, a new project centered on the Metaverse.
  • Google took its first step toward this new tech in developing a platform called Meet.
  • Apple has also developed a Metaverse-friendly platform.
  • Amazon is already dominating 90% of one of the Metaverse’s most popular industries.
  • Visa just spent $150,000 on research so it’s better positioned to help clients navigate this emerging ecosystem.
  • Nvidia has already spent hundreds of millions of dollars developing its own tech for the Metaverse.
  • Mastercard pioneered a new way for card holders to make payments using this tech.
  • PayPal, with 392 million users, just spent $2.7 billion to further entrench itself in the race to dominate this technology.
  • Netflix recently hired an ex-Facebook gaming exec as part of its push to keep up with other top tech firms.
  • Even Comcast – the cable dinosaur – developed a new technology that lets users change TV channels with their eyes.

Those are the 10 largest tech companies in the U.S.

And every one of them is working at a feverish pace to create, connect, and deploy new technologies to take control of the Metaverse.

But here’s the thing…

It’s not just tech companies getting in on this as fast as they can.

Tony Robbins, the self-help guru, plans to use “Connexa Terra” to reach the masses through fully immersive experiences.

Gambling group Entain has also jumped on board.

It just announced a $100 million investment in “Connexa Terra” that will let users place bets from the comfort of their own homes.

Prada has created a tool that will let users try on clothes using an app.

So if you’ve ever wondered what you look like in a $4,000 outfit, this is your chance.

Burberry, another luxury fashion designer, is also entrenching itself in this game-changing technology.

And Reed Smith, an international law firm, has also taken notice, calling it…

The list of companies and individuals jumping into “Connexa Terra” with both feet goes on and on.

In fact, as former Amazon strategist Matthew Ball says…

For Big Tech, it’s become an obsession.

For you, it could be the investment opportunity of a lifetime.

I’ve found five “buy now” stocksthat I believe have the best chance of handing you 3x… 5x… even 10x your money.

And I’m going to reveal one of them right now…

Investment #1: Buy Meta Platforms

Remember, at the beginning of this presentation I told you I’d give you the name and ticker symbol of a fantastic “Connexa Terra” company you should buy right away.

That company is Meta (formerly known as Facebook), which is leading the charge on this new technology.

I already mentioned it, but Meta has already hired 10,000 people dedicated to “Connexa Terra.”

It’s also spending $10 billion per year to make sure it happens.

Zuckerberg has gone all-in.

In fact, the company even changed its name recently to reflect this new emphasis.

This past June, Zuckerberg told his employees about an ambitious new initiative.

The future of the company would go far beyond its current social apps and would strive to build an interconnected set of experiences.

A few years ago, this would have sounded like something straight out of science fiction.

“Our overarching goal across all of these initiatives,” he said, “is to help bring [‘Connexa Terra’] to life.”

What makes this such a great investment is that you can buy Meta today, which is an incredible cash cow of a business…

Before this new technology becomes fully realized… and essentially pay nothing for it.

In other words, you’ll own everything Meta owns (Instagram, WhatsApp, and of course, Facebook)…

And you’ll also get in on “Connexa Terra” before most investors are truly focused on it.

So you’re buying an already enormously profitable business that’s now in position to dominate the world’s newest world-changing technology.

Of course, as with any investment, buying Meta carries risk. So you should never invest money you can’t afford to lose.

But I think it’s a great stock to hold for the long term… so that’s the first investment you should make if you want to get in early on this fast-moving tech.

The stock symbol is FB, and I recommend you do not pay more than $375 per share.

But here’s the thing…

Meta is a huge company, so big gains here are likely to take at least a few years to play out.

The good news, however, is that there are several other ways to potentially make a lot more money, more quickly.

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Dale Calvert

Dale Calvert is a serial entreprenuer. He started his first business at age 14, a direct mail business out of his parents home. Dale has always believed that wealth is created in front of a trend. This business philosophy lead him into the cryptocurrency space in 2017, He made the decision in 2022, that the cryptocurrency space is where he will be spending the majority of his time.

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