A Special Forecast from
George Gilder, the man who:
Hi, I’m George Gilder…
If anybody in your family uses online banking…
Or social media…
If anyone in your family has any money at all invested in Silicon Valley…
Or if any of you invest or do business with any companies like these below…
Then I urge you to pay attention, at least for the next two minutes.
Because I need to warn you about a significant and global “REBOOT” that could be extremely close at hand.
This “reboot” could not only radically change the way you conduct your daily life, from how you use your devices to how you handle money…
It could also impact the fate of every one of those companies I’ve just named, plus many, many more…
And it could completely reset the current balance of power on Wall Street.
Even for companies that might seem to you like they’ve got nothing to do with technology, the internet or hot modern trends.
This same global “reboot” could redefine millions of careers. It could kill whole markets and create new ones, seemingly out of whole cloth.
It could redefine your job too, from what you’ll do to earn a living to how you’ll get paid. And how companies will track your progress.
Now, if you’re already skeptical…
Please understand me, I don’t blame you.
After all, Ronald Reagan was skeptical too…
Back in the early 1980s, he and I met, and I personally placed one of the world’s first microchips in the palm of his hand.
I told him then this tiny device would also radically change the world.
Maybe that didn’t look likely to him either.
Yet, within months, that forecast started to pan out.
The microchip revolution clearly did transform our economy.
It also altered the course of his presidency, and it went on to change almost every aspect of lives around the entire globe.
What I’m telling you now is that this $16.8 trillion “reboot” we’re talking about here could soon do something very similar.
It could change your life and millions of other lives… all over again.
That’s why I’ve revealed the real details behind this reboot in my book, Life After Google.
In fact, this transformation I’m about to show you may prove to be the biggest revolutionary transformation yet.
Everything — from how you work to how you get paid, to how you save your money and how you spend it — could be very different, not long from right now.
This “reboot” will change how you interact with your family and friends. It will change how you invest. It could, in fact, change the entire landscape of publicly traded companies. And do so faster than you can possibly imagine.
Here’s something else, and this is important. This “reboot” I’m about to show you has nothing to do with politics, the Fed or the fate of the White House.
It’s not an outcome of the ongoing trade wars. I’m not talking about a looming recession, Wall Street’s ups and downs, or a looming military threat.
In fact, very little of what you see polluting today’s mainstream airwaves has even begun to touch on what I’d like to share with you today.
Just the same, you’ll need to be prepared.
To start, don’t get too cozy believing Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix and Facebook will dominate Silicon Valley or the stock market forever.
Because we could be much closer to the end of that era than we are to the beginning.
Don’t get me wrong.
Each one of these tech titans represents a monumental achievement.
Together, you’re talking about a combined market share of almost $3.3 trillion.
All four of these dominant companies — along with many others just like them — could soon face a major wakeup call. They could even disappear.
Again, I understand if this sounds impossible to some mainstream investors.
I’m not telling you this to brag…
In fact, I'll be the first to tell you that past performance is not indicative of future success…
I’m just telling you because this coming “reboot” could have a very similar outcome. Maybe even a greater one.
For instance, not only could it create hundreds or even thousands of new companies for investors…
Including a whole new run of tech titans to dominate Wall Street…
But this “reboot” — just like the internet and smartphone revolutions before it — could change the way we buy and sell stocks altogether.
Especially for assets traded online.
That puts at least $2.8 trillion more on the radar.
This massive “reboot” could transform online banking too, from personal retail accounts to mobile payments and online investment banking…
That’s another $7 trillion market ripe for disruption.
I expect this “reboot” to disrupt online retail too, which is a market closing in on $3.45 trillion. Not to mention the $205 billion market for internet ads.
All together my calculations point to…
And I haven’t mentioned, by the way, how this same “reboot” could also fundamentally transform our DAILY worldwide currency markets.
That’s another $5.1 trillion — again, per day — on the radar.
Now, before I can tell you exactly what this “REBOOT” event involves…
Please make sure you don’t get me wrong.
Because, even though I do want to show you how this coming “reboot” could spark a bigger transformation than the microchip, the internet, broadband and the smartphone combined…
And even though I do believe there are considerable risks you’ll need to know about, well before the actual “reboot” takes place…
This isn’t news that should keep you up at night.
In fact, quite the opposite.
Because the truth is, this same “reboot” event I see ahead could actually mint thousands and even millions of new millionaires over time.
And you could be one of them.
Again, how so?
If you recognize my name, perhaps you know that I’ve had a long history of helping others see the opportunity in radical transformation…
“I subscribed to George Gilder’s Technology Newsletter in the 1990s and turned $250,000 into $6,000,000 before the tech crash…”
— Eli Mueller
“I made over a million with George back in the late 90s. I'm hoping to do it again 20 years later.”
— Dave Jones
“I followed you in the late 90s and made boatloads of money. I've been hoping you would come back to us! Looking forward to every word!”
— Bruce Atkinson
That’s why I’m actually excited about this coming “reboot.”
So excited, in fact, that I’ve decided to reenter the public eye in a very big way…
To show you and others how this “reboot” could not only change our lives in its own right…
But also how it will hasten and connect so many of the other major technological breakthroughs you’ve been hearing about too…
From self-driving cars to AI machines…
From the app economy to next-level medicine…
From the energy markets to health care, retail, advertising, social media and more.
All of them have unifying thread in this coming “reboot.”
And all of them offer you new opportunities to get very rich.
You could either let me show you what those opportunities are.
Or you ignore what I’ve uncovered and wait to catch up, along with everybody else.
It’s really up to you to decide.
Before you make up your mind, however, perhaps I should tell you more about myself…
As I said, my name is George Gilder.
You may have heard of me.
Over the last four decades, I’ve been lucky enough to uncover some of the most important trends in our recent history.
Along with those discoveries, I’ve helped show a lot of people how to connect the dots and make fortunes.
I’ve also managed to attract a lot of attention and make a lot of friends in high places.
For instance, in 1982, my book Wealth and Poverty caught President Ronald Reagan’s eye.
He bought copies to hand out to every member of his cabinet.
I was honored to become his most quoted living author.
I also met personally with President Reagan and placed one of the world’s first microcomputer chips in the palm of his hand. I told him how it would change the world, a forecast I wrote about in my book Microcosm.
In 1994, I also wrote about what I called the telecosm in a book titled, Life After Television.
In that same book, I predicted the creation of the smartphone, saying…
The most common personal computer of the next decade will be a digital cellular phone with an IP address… connecting to thousands of databases of all kinds…
It will be as portable as your watch and as personal as your wallet; it will recognize speech and navigate streets; it will collect your mail, your news, and your paycheck.
A year earlier, in the March issue of Forbes ASAP, I even wrote…
In personal communications networks (PCN), the cellular industry today is about to experience its own personal computer revolution… this new digital cellular phone will stand as the world’s most pervasive PC. As mobile as a watch and as personal as a wallet, these [devices] will recognize speech, navigate streets, take notes, keep schedules, collect mail, manage money, open the door and start the car, among other computer functions we cannot imagine today.
As the story goes, Steve Jobs liked what I was saying so much, he passed out copies of my book to his friends.
Keep in mind, this was 14 years before he stood on a stage in Cupertino and introduced the revolutionary new device we now know as the iPhone.
Perhaps it’s forecasts like these that lead The Economist to dub me…
America’s foremost technology prophet
— The Economist
And for Google founder and former CEO Eric Schmidt to announce…
I listen very closely to what George says…
— Google founder Eric Schmidt
Even Bill Gates, who once violently disagreed with me about one of my forecasts for the PC industry, went on to say…
Gilder is very stimulating even when I disagree with him, and most of the time I agree with him…
— Bill Gates
I tell you all this not to brag, but because I want youto see that this is not the first time I’ve made headlines with what some might call a “wild” prediction.
It’s not the first time I’ve been featured for making those forecasts either.
Maybe you’ve seen some of my interviews in Wired, Forbes, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and even People Magazine and Playboy…
If so, you also know this isn’t the first time I’ve found ways to tie my forecasts to profits.
For instance, Wired magazine once ran a 1990s cover story that said…
Gilder’s basket of stock picks had racked up a 247% return in the prior 10 months…
And TheStreet at the time called me…
Wall Street’s most influential technology trader…
Wall Street investors were lining up to hear my next forecast.
The Economist even reported…
While [George Gilder] thinks, America waits with baited breath. It’s called the ‘Gilder Effect.’ Sometime in the first half of each month, an e-mail emerges announcing the imminent arrival of the next utterance… then it’s off to the day-trader races.
— The Economist
We ran some independent historical analysis and verification on some of the recommendations I made in my newsletters early on.
Here are just some of the many opportunities my readers could have had over the years, if they’d bought and sold in the best time frame…
With the chance to post gains like 563% on Analog Devices, 430% gains on Globalstar, 582% returns on Lucent and a 473% profit on LSI Logic…
You also could have seen 1,969% on Broadcom… 3,781% on Applied Micro Circuits… 4,132% on JDS Uniphase… and as much as 4,234% on Qualcomm.
While these examples are based on getting out at the stock's peak gain, I spotted them early enough for people who followed my recommendation to go along for the ride…
What I’m saying is, sometimes in this life, you really do get a second chance. And I see a very similar opportunity emerging right now.
That’s why I’m contacting you today…
See, after writing my many books… after meeting with presidents… and countless interviews in just about every major media source you can think of…
And after making plenty of money…
It’s true there was a time when I decided to step out of the limelight.
Of course, I spent those years writing another seven of my 19 books…
During that time, I also ran 100 races and still run five miles a day…
And I still make research trips to places like China (where I recently gave 40 appearances in nine days)…
And at 79 years old, I could happily stay “retired” like that for a long time.
(That’s what my mother tells me… and she’s still going strong at age 101!)
But this opportunity is just too important, too vast and too potentially world-changing to keep from the general public.
In fact, I’m convinced that, if what I see ahead is right, this could easily be the most formative prediction of my career.
It could also offer you more immediate opportunity than anything else I’ve ever uncovered.
In fact, I believe this could be the easiest way for anybody to make at least $1 million or more in the financial markets, over the long run.
That’s why I’ve written a brand-new book all about it.
This new work is called Life After Google.
See, a lot’s changed since I last stood in the public eye.
In every one of my books — especially Microcosm, Telecosm and Life After Television — I tried to show you how even small technological events could lead to radical change. Time and again, that’s exactly how it’s played out.
Try to imagine, for instance, a world without desktop computers, laptops and smartphones… blazing-fast broadband and streaming video… or digital commerce and all the knowledge of the world at your fingertips.
You can’t do it.
Why? Because our world has become those technologies. They make up the very infrastructure of our daily lives. And nobody embodies that new “system” of life more than Google.
It’s not just a company, it’s a symbol of the new era.
It’s also the origin of a wildly accepted business model that’s either been copied or traded upon or leveraged for the “big data” it collects.
Every one of our biggest companies today — Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon and, of course, Google — is a tech titan that’s built their empire on what most of us know know as “Big Data.”
That is, they feed off of the information we give them.
And you give them plenty.
Think about it. You give Facebook a list of your friends. Your travel plans. Your opinions and interests. You give Google your shopping plans. Your iPhone tracks your location, literally to the last fraction of a mile.
What you get in return can be amazing. Ease of travel. Ease of communication. Ease of search. And even “free” search besides.
Yet it will also be the fatal flaw that dooms Google and every other business built on those same data-thirsty foundations. Why?
Don’t get me wrong.
Each one of these giants are among the most important companies in financial history. And each has replaced the biggest corporations of 10 years earlier — Exxon, Walmart, China Petroleum and others.
But just as those firms have cycled out of the top positions on Wall Street and across our economy…
So will these tech giants be forced into retreat, thanks to the very same phenomenon that once helped them explode in size…
Few men or women in modern times have been so consistently farsighted in fathoming the future of high technology as George Gilder has been.
— Steve Forbes
As I write on page 90 of Life After Google…
“The most important effect of [the Google model] is… [that] you avoid the real time demands of preventing hacks and thefts… [Google can] place the burden of security on the customer… This very lack of concern with security will be Google’s undoing…”
In other words, our new “Big Data”-driven universe has a fundamental flaw. All that data has deep personal and financial value. To the tech titans. To the millions of companies that feed off their business model.
But most of all, to the customers that provide it.
And that creates both a deep vulnerability and a dangerous conflict of interest.
As it stands, with countless hacks and privacy violations, the Google model cannot last. It’s destined to crumble. And with it, we’ll lose a major cornerstone of today’s massive digital economy.
I can show you why in my book, where you’ll also discover…
Most of all, in Life After Google, you’ll find out why many, many of today’s companies — including some of the biggest — could soon disappear, as brand-new ones are created.
These new companies will give you a new chance to get very rich, very quickly. This isn’t just the next hot market — it’s a technological revolution. And it’s just now starting to gain traction.
Ultimately, you’ll see a whole new landscape emerge…
Along with all kinds of new investment opportunities.
With insights like…
As I said, one thing for sure is that 10 years from now, the big tech companies that dominate our world will NOT be the same companies you hear about and read about so much today.
Who will take their place?
In my book, I’ll tell you all about the dozens of companies driving these breakthroughs, including some very new ones that I’m almost certain you’ve never heard mentioned.
Or others out there in the wild, companies that have already shown other investors best-performing gains as high as 1,567% on Siebert Financial Corp.… 1,950% on DigitalX Ltd.… 5,525% on Blox Labs… 3,580% on BTL Group… and 19,900% on MJ Interactive Inc.… plus many more I could name.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, an investor or just fed up with the endless data hacks, confounding paywalls and security pages, you’ll want to see what I’ve uncovered.
Already the research firm Deloitte had done a survey and found that 95% of the firms they talked to plan to invest in this transformational new technology that I’m telling you about.
Meanwhile, more than 60% of those companies plan to start by investing $1 million or more…
And 84% say they agree that this will eventually be the new normal, across all kinds of industries!
… It would behoove you to study everything you can get your hands on by George Gilder, a true American genius.
— Rush Limbaugh
By the way, I’m not just talking about Silicon Valley tech companies.
These are other high-level executives in car companies, biotechs, oil and gas, financial firms, health care, manufacturing, and even the food industry who say they’re deeply interested in this coming “reboot” revolution.
It’s easy to see why.
You see, today’s internet wasn’t built for protecting your credit card information, guarding your online banking transactions or shielding your family photos from prying eyes.
It was built for openly sharing information, like a gigantic encyclopedia.
This makes it deeply unsafe and insecure by design.
How many hacks and data breaches will it take before we admit that?
Or to put it another way…
Scan your memory and ask yourself…
Have you ever bought a bag of topsoil or a lawn mower at Home Depot?
Because if you have, you need to know that hackers broke into their computers in September 2014 and stole 56 million credit card numbers.
Hopefully not yours.
Meanwhile, have you or anyone you know ever taken an Uber?
Because in 2016, two hackers stole names, emails and mobile numbers for as many as 57 million of their customers.
Again, I hope you weren’t one of them.
And do you have health insurance?
Chances are you do.
In which case, you should know that Anthem, America’s second biggest insurer, suffered a major security breach in 2015.
Foreign hackers broke into Anthem’s database and swiped names, Social Security numbers and even job histories for close to 79 million customers.
And the list goes on…
77 million names hacked from Sony PlayStation databanks… over 110 million names hacked from Target… 145 million customer names hacked at eBay…
500 million names hacked from Marriott International… another 412 million hacked at the X-rated dating site Adult Friend Finder… and of course, the 143 million accounts that were famously hacked from Equifax.
This Equifax breach alone represents exposed financial secrets for nearly half the United States! No wonder they got slapped with a $700 million settlement suit by the FCC.
But that still does nothing to guarantee that your data is safe.
You see my point.
If you haven’t been exposed already, how long before you are?
And how long before Wall Street’s other biggest companies get hit with similar fines?
How long before hackers go after an even bigger prize, say a trillion-dollar heist from America’s banking system?
And how long before you wake up to find your assets frozen… or to news that some hacker in Russia or Singapore has used your name to take out a new mortgage, open a bank account or get a line of credit?
Maybe you also saw General Keith Alexander, former head of the U.S. Cyber Command, who went on 60 Minutes and warned, “I believe that a foreign nation could impact and destroy major portions of our financial system…”
Meanwhile, Russia and China are building “troll armies” to exploit gaping digital holes in today’s social media…
NATO and the Pentagon are running cyberwarfare training scenarios…
Even the CIA, NSA and FBI can’t keep their top-secret files safe in today’s slapdash digital wilderness. So how can you?
And get this, as an American you’re especially vulnerable.
Because 97% of all records stolen originate in the United States.
In today’s digital business model, we’re just not set up for airtight protection.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
As I say on page 92 of my book…
“Some thousands of companies you’ve never heard of are investing billions in that effort [to fix the lack of security on the internet]. Collectively they will give birth to a new network whose most powerful architectural imperative will be security of transactions… So fundamental will security be to this new system that it’s very name will be derived from it. It will be the cryptocosm…”
If that’s the first time you’re hearing that term — cryptocosm — I’m not surprised.
The cryptocosm is what I call this new “system of the world.” As you can guess, it gets its roots in the cryptographic revolution that gave us Bitcoin.
But it’s so much more.
As I reveal on page 467…
“Bitcoin aimed to burst the overstuffed $5.1 trillion daily piñata of modern currencies and unleash a crypto-copia. But the units of account — the monetary measuring sticks — remained in the world of fiat and gold…”
This is why you still see values for cryptocurrencies surging and collapsing, to this day.
Until Wall Street and Main Street both embrace them as true money, that won’t change. But the real miracle, the real innovation, isn’t the financial one.
It’s the underlying technology.
This is the blueprint that’s going to give us the brand-new infrastructures. And it’s going to do so much more than disrupt our money or today’s internet.
As you’ll see in Life After Google, this new place will give us new ways to escape the swamp of overregulation, cut out intermediaries and radically lower costs for doing business.
It’s going to help us free up capital, give power to legions of new entrepreneurs and freely expand wealth creation.
And all of this, with impenetrable privacy at its core.
In short, this was the internet as it always should have been.
Uncovering the secrets you’ll find in Life After Google wasn’t easy.
With my 40-plus years of writing and research, I’m lucky enough to have connections with the brightest minds on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley and in academia.
I’ve spent the last many years sitting down with them in person.
By the way, these are guys who don’t have time to write articles or do interviews. So you’re not likely to hear anything they have to say anywhere else.
For instance, I sat down with Vitalik Buterin, the founder of the crypto firm Ethereum.
We talked about how this new cryptocosm architecure could eliminate lawyers, accountants and bankers. At least the ones who fail to get on board before it’s too late.
We also talked about how Uber, the multibillion-dollar company that displaced taxi drivers, could itself get displaced in this new cryptocosm future, by a company called Swarm.
I also spoke with Jules Urbach, who’s worked with Nvidia, the microchip company that could play an enormous role in shaping the new horizon.
I went further afield too, meeting with Austin Russel, whose company is radically remaking the hardware for self-driving cars.
I sat down with Robert Mercer, who works with what’s probably been the most successful investment fund in America for the last two decades.
The list goes on.
These men and others have a role in shaping your new future, a world that will offer us millions of new ways for people to interact and do business.
And one that could flip your current notions about how to earn and invest your money upside down. In that same world, many of your other ideas will change radically too.
Somehow George Gilder has been able to predict
the future for decades.
— James Altucher, bestselling author
The future belongs to the prepared.
And that’s what I intend for readers of Life After Google — preparation for the next new era ahead. It won’t be what you’ve grown used to. And it won’t be what you’ve been told to imagine.
This is a whole new vision of what’s coming, how you should get ready and — most important of all — how you could get richer in the days ahead.
Life After Google should be required reading for anyone contemplating future technology investments.
I’m proud to say that the Financial Times has named Life After Google as a book of the month.
And it’s been #2 in China and the #1 bestseller in crypto on Amazon, nearly from the day it was published.
A featured piece about the book in The Wall Street Journal says…
“Nothing Mr. Gilder says or writes is ever delivered at anything less than the fullest philosophical decibel… [he] sounds less like a tech guru than a poet, and his words tumble out in a romantic cascade.”
— The Wall Street Journal
Other online reviews have called it…
To put a point on it, I’m convinced this is must-have information, and not just for tech nerds or day traders. This is vital to know if you work in any kind of business.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a high-level employee, rich or poor, or you have anything at all invested in the markets, the phenomenon at the heart of this book will reshape your world.
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P.S. The New York Times once said about me…
Like Andrew Carnegie and the Horatio Alger heroes, Mr. Gilder believes that the finest thing a man can do for society is to accumulate wealth…
I’m not sure they meant it as a compliment, but I’ll take it that way just the same. Because I do believe that accumulating wealth is a very fine thing.
I also believe that you need to take leaps of faith. And that knowledge, above all else, is the true secret to how wealth is created.
That’s why I hope you’ll take a look at my new book, Life After Google.