Do You Know Steve Jobs’ “Final Prophecy”?

Dear Reader,

In his biography, just before he died, Apple founder Steve Jobs issued a “Final Prophecy.”

This was back in 2011.

At the time, Jobs' prediction didn't get much attention – in fact, I think few actually understood what he meant.

But today, with so many digital technology stocks crashing all around us, it's becoming more and more clear that Steve Jobs' “Final Prophecy” is coming to life RIGHT NOW.

Keep in mind, this was the guy who accurately predicted the Internet, laptop computers, Siri and Alexa voice assistants, e-commerce, and cloud computing, just to name a few… long before these things were a blip on the radar.

As Walter Isaacson, Jobs' biographer, says:

And that's exactly why today I want to tell you about Steve Jobs' “Final Prophecy” – because it is coming to life right now… And more importantly, I believe it will result in by far the biggest investment gains in the world over the next decade.

So… for the next few minutes… forget the technologies dominating today's headlines…

Forget cryptocurrencies, 5G, electric vehicles, and self-driving cars. Forget the blockchain, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality. Forget NFTs, apps, space exploration, and cloud computing.

I want to show you something totally new and radically different.

I think you're going to be blown away by this – it truly is incredible.

All the details are in my brand-new presentation, which I just posted on my company's website. You can access it totally free of charge, right here


Joel Litman
Founder, Altimetry Research

P.S. I almost forgot to tell you…

In my new presentation I also reveal my #1 favorite stock to take advantage of Steve Jobs' “Final Prophecy,” right now. It's an incredible business I think you can probably buy and hold for the next decade or more. The profit potential is enormous. No e-mail, subscription, or credit card required to get my #1 pick.

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