Whenever I Describe This Technology to Potential Investors, I Get the Same Exact Response:

"This Can't Be Real. This Has To Be Science Fiction."

... And Then They Put It on and Try It

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And that's exactly what I said when I first heard about the most exciting, most potentially world-changing consumer technology I've run across in all my years of investing.

I first heard about this radical new technology over the phone, when I was talking to a buddy of mine who runs his own investment fund out of Vancouver, British Columbia.

It took a minute for him to describe a product a client of his was developing, and I stopped him before he got a chance to finish.

"Wait, so this thing is real? This isn't just a concept?" I asked.

"No man, I tried this out last week. It's the real deal. They're sending out their first 1,500 production units next month."

Now, my friend is in his early 30s, and like most young finance guys, isn't immune to a little bit of ribbing here and there. But, also like most finance guys, he's also got a deadly serious side, too...

And this time I knew he wasn't messing around.

What he had just described to me wasn't just some cool new gadget for the next holiday shopping season... it wasn't some fancy add-on for your phone, or your laptop, or your tablet.

It was an entirely new consumer technology, a device that works with the human body like nothing that had come before.

Just imagine how people who had never seen moving pictures felt when they saw their first movie.

Or how people who had never heard recorded music before felt when they heard their first recording.

The technology, which is going to be hitting the commercial market later this year, is on equal footing with both of those inventions.

How is this possible, you might ask... with all the advanced tech out there, it seems like we've already maxed out the human body in terms of simulated sensations.

I thought we had, too, which is why what I'm about to describe to you might not sound real. It sounds, for lack of a better term, like something out of a science fiction movie...

And yet, like I just said, it's going to be in end-user hands before the close of this year.

In a couple of minutes, you're going to learn everything there is to learn about this incredible leap forward in consumer technology.

You'll learn about the company and the visionary CEO behind it all.

You'll learn how they got to where they have and where they plan to go from here.

Most importantly, you'll get access to the stock, opening the door to perhaps the biggest investment opportunity of your life.

But before I get to all that, let me tell you exactly what this device does and how it could change the world.

Take Control of Your Mind

Everything you feel, at its root, is tied to electromagnet impulses in your brain.

This means that, given the right approach, you could simulate any sensation, any emotion, any feeling simply by stimulating the body with the proper application of external electromagnetic waves.

Want a jolt of energy without taking a sip of coffee?

Want to feel like you just took a mild sedative to help you get to sleep without popping a pill?

All of that is possible, and it's not just theoretical anymore, either.

In fact, sensations similar to what I just described to you are actually pre-loaded settings on a wearable device that, later this year, will be arriving in the hands of everyday consumers like you and me.

These sensations, along with several others, will be the first in a collection that will likely number in the dozens in the future.

Just think about it... no ingesting potentially harmful chemicals whatsoever.

No permanent changes to the body.

Just clean, pure sensation at your fingertips and under your full control from a device you can wear discreetly under the collar of your shirt and control through an app on your smartphone.

I know, this sounds like science fiction, right?

That's what I said. That's what everyone says when they first hear about it.

But there's nothing fictional about it.

This technology, originally developed with the help of world-class PhDs and biotech engineers, was conceived as a therapy to cure very real, very frightening diseases — brain tumors to be exact.

It has shown great promise by stimulating the brain to trigger natural responses from the body itself, a brilliant departure from traditional medicine that seeks to intervene by using external forces — namely chemicals and surgery.

But it wasn't until the company developing this transformative technology approached a young visionary that this technology's true potential for the consumer market became apparent.

While the parent company continues to work on what could soon become revolutionary new therapies for a laundry list of mankind's most feared ailments and diseases, the company I'm here to tell you about today took a sidestep to create an equally paradigm-shifting consumer technology.

The possibilities, once you understand the basic concept, are almost endless.

Just Imagine...

Movies and TV shows that are augmented to create sensations to go with the images.

Video games... music... just about anything that engages the senses can be enhanced with this technology.

Or it can be used on its own to induce a variety of sensations from a library that will be grown and developed through creative collaborations with some of the world's best-known and most talented content creators.

If this all sounds very "future-world" to you, there's a reason for that.

As a writer, as an investor, as a modern tech junkie and consumer, I believe that this technology will be one of the building blocks of the future.

The same way that movies, recorded sound, and TV changed the world in their day.

But never mind what I believe... ask yourself these questions.

If you could control your feelings...

If you could control your emotions...

If you could control your state of mind...

With nothing more than a tap of your smartphone screen...

Would you?

If This Doesn't Scare You, You're Not Paying Attention

I know that everything I just described to you may be hard to swallow, but the science behind it is solid.

So the fear you may be feeling has more to do with the implications of the technology.

And I get that, believe me, I do. But just think about this... what did people 100 years ago think of radio?

What did people 80 years ago think of television?

What did people 30 years ago think of the internet?

Today, this is precisely where we are with this new technology.

But, the comparison to the internet, TV, and radio just doesn't do this technology justice.

Like I mentioned earlier, this isn't just a potentially new form of entertainment... it's an augmentation to all existing entertainment as well... with limitless possibilities.

But before I get into all that, in case you're still skeptical, let's spend a minute on the science behind all of this... more specifically, let's talk about how this technology has already been employed.

Backed by Over a Decade of R&D And Years of Clinical Data

Electromagnetism is all around us.

The sun emits it, the Earth emits it, every electrical device we use radiates it... and all living things can sense and be affected by it.

No science fiction here — as products of an environment surrounded by electromagnetism, it's only natural that our bodies respond to it. 

Science has known this for decades, and existing applications of electromagnetism in mainstream medicine are anything but exotic.

For example:

Magnetic fields have been shown to alter the analgesic effects of opioids, produce analgesic responses, stimulate bone growth, reduce tissue swelling, and promote wound healing in both animal models and humans.

Magnetic fields that enhance bone growth and aid in wound healing have been in clinical use for at least 40 years.

Pain reduction aided by electromagnetic stimulation has been observed in studies of breast reconstruction and breast reduction, post-cesarean operative recovery, and osteoarthritis.

Analgesic and opioid use and edema were also reduced in breast reduction, breast reconstruction, and post-cesarean patients with the help of electromagnetic fields.

Devices generating magnetic fields are effective at treating major depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and such devices are recommended for treating acute phases of depression in patients who are resistant to and intolerant of other therapeutic options.

All of this has been clinically observed and proven. Each of the above statements, in fact, was taken directly from a white paper on this topic and comes with a citation.

This clinical data has been successfully implemented in consumer-level medical technology.

EMulate Therapeutics, Inc., a Seattle-based therapeutic device company, has developed a patented, proprietary technology using an oscillating magnetic field to produce therapeutic effects.

The EMulate Voyager device uses a magnetic field derived from a well-understood chemotherapy. 

EMulate refers to this innovation as "ultra-low radiofrequency energy", or ulRFE, and it is currently in clinical testing for patients with terminal brain cancer.

To get it to its current stage, EMulate has invested approximately $70 million and 15 years of research. It's backed by over 30 patents.

To sum it all up, multiple studies in a variety of systems indicate that magnetic fields can affect biological function.

Therapeutically useful devices are presently used in clinical practice in both human and veterinary medicine.

Treatment for bone growth, wound healing, arthritis pain, and depression are among the clinical uses.

That was the basis for the technology I talked about earlier.

But what does the electromagnetic therapy have to do with the radical new consumer tech I mentioned?

That's where the true genius comes in. 

Existing Technology + New Market = A New Industry

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Did you know that the first mobile phones were used by the military during the Vietnam War?

They sure don't look like what you know as the modern smartphone, but at their core, all modern cellular phones can trace their lineage back to devices like this:

And the first use of the World Wide Web? Where and when do you think that happened?

It goes back more than 30 years, to a computer scientist named Timothy John Berners-Lee, who worked at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, in Switzerland.

Originally intended as an information-sharing network for scientists, the World Wide Web grew into what we know today as the internet.

The list of modern consumer technologies with surprisingly non-consumer origins goes on and on:

  • Cordless power tools were first used during the Apollo moon missions in the '60s and '70s.
  • Electronic computers were used during WW2 by the British to break coded German messages.
  • The first video game ever devised, dating all the way back to 1950, was actually nothing more than an elaborate trade show demonstration of vacuum tube technology.
  • Some of the first functional solar panels were implemented by NASA in 1958 for the Vanguard 1 satellite.

All of these things emerged from seemingly modest, highly specialized beginnings... and yet, today, they're multi-billion-dollar (even trillion-dollar) industries.

They say history tends to repeat itself... well, in this case, nothing could be more true.

And just as the case was with every scientific or military tech that was later gained a mass-marketed consumer application, all it took was the right timing and the right vision.

The Visionary

With every technology listed above, the difference between a narrow, highly specialized market and mass adaptation was always made by the mind of a visionary.

With personal computers, it was Steve Jobs of Apple.

With video games, it was Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney of Atari.

With cellphones, it was Motorola's Martin Cooper.

With the internet, it was AOL's Steve Case, Prodigy's Henry Heilbrunn, and Google's Brin and Page.

And with this company, this industry, the same is true...

One young man who saw the potential of this technology as a medical device and dared to ask a question nobody had asked before:

What if we took the neuro-stimulating effects of electromagnetic fields and induced sensations that were non-therapeutic?

What if, instead of using a medical treatment to make people feel less depressed or helping the body cure itself, we simply made people feel more relaxed, more energized, or tried to put them in a better mood?

You see, this man was working closely with the aforementioned medical device company, EMulate, which was developing technology that would require FDA approval.

In fact, this company had asked him to come in and develop some mainstream consumer products alongside its medical line.

What he did, instead, was build an entirely new company... one dedicated to using this technology for mainstream consumer needs.

He acquired exclusive global licenses for the nonmedical uses of EMulate's core technology.

Now, his newly formed company has the potential to create a massive collection of sensations that can be simulated all at the user's fingertips.

And it wouldn't require large, bulky, multi-million-dollar hardware to deliver and control these electromagnetic signals.

It could all be done from a compact, wearable plastic halo, and all of the controls would be performed through a smartphone application.

Pictured below is an actual production model of the device.

Suddenly, this highly specialized technology turned into what could be a whole new era for consumers.

Some of the people working on it even gave it a nickname: "Netflix... for feelings."

The Economic Impact of Full Mental Control

Now, it's no easy task to put an economic value on a technology this revolutionary, but let's give it a shot.

Please bear in mind that the numbers you’re about to see should not be viewed as apples-to-apples comparisons or projections for how this ground-breaking new technology is going to perform.

They are merely examples of how much money can be made through licensing.

Because the company I’ve been talking about has the rights to re-license this technology for non-medical applications, the opportunities to create revenue are immense.

In fact, as big as some of the numbers you’re about to see are, we could potentially do even better, as this technology has never been on the open market before.

To begin, let's look at some mainstream entertainment sectors.

Annually, the global film industry brings in $136 billion.

The music industry rakes in another $21 billion.

Video games take in $135 billion.

Those figures, taken alone, don't tell us much... so let's look at a company with a similar business model.

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX), at today's market capitalization, is worth $221 billion with annual revenues of $16 billion.

That's the money it makes streaming movies and TV shows.

Our company, with a solid, patent-protected grip on this technology, will be able to rake in revenues not just from its own streaming services, but from licensing deals it inks with video game companies like Sony, Tencent, Microsoft, Apple, and Nintendo.

It'll be able to do the same with motion picture production companies like 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney, Paramount, and Lionsgate.

And it'll even be able to take a bite out of the music industry, partnering with labels like Universal Music, Warner Music, and Sony Music.

Even if it manages to shave a measly 1% royalty rate from just a quarter of the sales of these industries, this company will be able to create more than $730 million in annual revenues — just off of licensing deals.

In reality, this figure is probably far, far higher.

As defined on UpCounsel.com:

A royalty is provided between the inventor (the licensor) and manufacturer, publisher, agent, or distributor (the licensee). Essentially, an inventor will enter into a license arrangement to have the manufacturer, publisher, agent, or distributor of the product sell it for the inventor.

Here is a list of patent royalty rates by industry:

  • Aerospace — 4%
  • Apparel — 6.8%
  • Automotive — 3.3%
  • Chemicals — 4.3%
  • Computers — 4.6%
  • Construction — 5.6%
  • Consumer goods — 4.8%
  • Electronics — 5.1%
  • Energy and environment — 8%
  • Health care equipment and products — 6.4%
  • Industrial goods — 6.4%
  • Machine tools — 4.8%
  • Pharma and biotech — 6%
  • Software — 9.6%

As you can see, companies that would be in the business of deploying this sort of technology would generally be paying between 4.6% and 9.6% of the gross to the patent holder.

Though movies and music studios are not listed per se, we can assume that similar rates would apply there as well.

Even if we took the absolute lowest of all average royalty rates listed here (4%) and applied it to just one-quarter of the annual sales of the entertainment industry, we're still looking at $3.9 billion in annual revenue from licensing alone.

Remember, this company's flagship product will be the actual emitter halo, which is already available for limited distribution online for $399... and then there are the subscription fees for the mobile app itself.

Put that all together, and the total could exceed $4 billion per year without breaking a sweat.

But the most important figure of all for investors is also the smallest figure of all.

$20 million... just one half of one percent of that potential annual revenue...

That's the company's current valuation.

That's what today's investors will be paying for shares whose long-term value could be hundreds of times higher.

Excited yet? Well, here's the bad news...

Time Is Now Desperately Short

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I make it a point to jump on opportunities like this as early as I can... and this time, I got the timing almost perfect.

You see, just recently, this company did what companies with big plans tend to do: It went public.

That's good news for retail investors because the stock can now be purchased with ease, but it also means that, before too long, the masses will get wind of this story...

And the bargain-basement share prices available right now will be history.

This thing could take off at any time. And when it does, there will be simply no going back.

Once the ascent begins, it'll be hard to tell how far or how high it will reach.

But to give you a ballpark idea of the potential, I've located a few examples from recent history that mirror the path that this company is already on...

Back in 2001, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) introduced the world's first iPod into the market, which would forever change the music industry:

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Over the next six years, the company would grow by 20 fold. That's even though it was already well past $6 billion in total market capitalization when the new product hit the market.

Just imagine the sort of percentage gains an investor would have made had Apple been worth less than $1 billion when this innovation was first introduced... or less than $100 million... or, as is the case with the company that I've been talking about, less than $20 million...

And then there's Netflix.

You might remember when Netflix did business by renting out DVDs through the mail.

But sometime after 2010, when it switched over to a primarily online model, its value skyrocketed.

Here's what it looked like when it disrupted the cable and network television industries:

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It's market capitalization, also already past the 10-figure mark, exploded by more than 30 fold.

Now, think about the sort of fortune you'd be sitting on had you managed to buy shares of Netflix when it was still a tiny, private startup, valued at one-fiftieth of where it was when this historic run-up took hold...

You'd probably be too busy sunbathing on a yacht to be reading this presentation today.

Another example of a company that took disruption to the public markets is eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY).

EBay debuted during the height of the dot-com boom. And it brought the private seller into the biggest public forum ever. 

As the internet exploded, so did eBay's stock. It gained more than 3,000% within only a few short years:

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But those who'd invested years earlier, when it was a privately held internet startup, walked away with thousands of times their money back.

Now, here's the mother of all disruptors...

We all know it well. But what few people may remember is that within the first two years of its public existence, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), which back then was little more than an online bookstore, rose by an astounding 5,300% as it drove a knife into the likes of Borders and Barnes & Noble:

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But Amazon wasn't satisfied with just selling books...

The company then took its business model and expanded it to cover just about all consumer goods. It disrupted retail sales across the board and effectively swallowed up an entire sector.

That initial first bit of success, a "mere" 53-fold growth, looks like a blip on the radar as the company continued to grow and grow and grow by another 25 fold into the trillion-dollar market capitalization territory. It's now the second-biggest tech brand in the world. And its founder, Jeff Bezos, is the richest man alive:

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Incredible gains, right? If you'd invested $1,000 into Amazon when it went public with a $400 million valuation, your position would be worth $2.5 million today.

But what if you'd somehow managed to get the stock even before the initial public offering (IPO)... say, when the company was worth only $20 million?

Well, that meager $1,000 roll of the dice would be worth a mind-blowing $50 million at today's stock prices...

$50 MILLION! That's more than the net worth of most Academy Award winners...

All from a $1,000 initial investment.

So, you might ask... what do these giant successes of the tech industry have to do with the company that I've been talking about since the start of this presentation?

Well, they all show, and quite dramatically, what happens when a company has a single idea that sweeps away everything that came before it.

But because the investment home runs that these examples illustrate all took place at far higher initial market capitalizations, even these historic success stories are conservative compared to what we could be looking at today.

As I mentioned before, Amazon IPO'd at $400 million. That's more than 20 times the amount of what my recent discovery is trading at today.

There's no need to wait for an IPO because it's a done deal.

You can buy shares today — right now, in fact — from the comfort of your computer.

All you'll need is a trading account on any commonly used platform like TD Ameritrade or E-Trade.

Now, I want you to understand this... I work in a cut-and-dried industry. And so, I hate making big claims. But with this, there's no other way to go about it.

This is the first, and probably the only, time in my entire career that I can legitimately say this company should see a 1,000-fold gain within the next five to 10 years.

It sounds crazy. But, this estimate is in fact still highly conservative. And that's because the value of the sector it's targeting, even with licensing value, is in the hundreds of billions of dollars.

Just imagine what 1,000-fold growth, 100,000% gains, could mean for you...

Every $1,000 invested would turn into a cool $1 million. Every $10,000 would turn into $10 million. That would be enough for you to retire comfortably no matter how old you are...

And it'd be enough for you to live your life however you want and leave your children and grandchildren enough for them to live the lives they want...

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alex koyfman

I'm Alex Koyfman.

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Alex Koyfman
Founder and Investment Director, Microcap Insider

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