How International Tensions Are Paving the Way for This Tiny Company

How International Tensions Are Paving the Way for This Tiny Company

by | published July 21st, 2018

Geopolitics have been front and center here in Oil & Energy Investor because, quite frankly, it’s all everyone talks about nowadays.

But nothing could’ve prepared us for last week’s meeting between President Trump and President Vladimir Putin of Russia.

I’d say the meeting was controversial, but that would be a tremendous understatement.

The summit continues to dominate headlines nearly a week later, with backlash from both sides of the political aisle. The reactions have been so incendiary that some are calling for another meeting between the two world leaders.

I wrote about this last week in response to the Commander-in-Chief’s statements, and my feelings have not changed.

However, tensions between the U.S. and Russia are just another entry on a longer list of conflicts…

At the top of that list is the trade conflict between the U.S. and China, which has been marked by tariffs upon tariffs on billions of dollars’ worth of goods.

Now, because the U.S. and China are two of the world’s biggest economies, this is not insignificant. Particularly since China has now set its sights on the oil market.

If China implements tariffs on U.S. oil – thus lowering Chinese demand for our oil – we’ll have a major supply glut. After all, China is one of the largest oil importers in the world.

But the trade war is only the beginning of the conflict between these two superpowers.

Reports coming from the South China Sea claim that China is winning the territorial war. It has accelerated its militarization of the area by deploying missiles, electronic jammers, and other weapons to continue the clash.

The South China Sea is the second most used sea lane in the world. For oil in particular, over 10 million barrels of crude oil a day are shipped through its waters.

Not to mention that it has proven oil reserves of its own of about 7.7 billion barrels.

All of this has sparked constant clashes over territory.

But there’s something far more sinister brewing in the region.

See, the Chinese have been constructing a series of mysterious, hexagonal structures at strategic locations in the South China Sea.

All part of a deadly plan that has already been set into motion.

A horrific new superweapon – a “Doomsday Machine” capable of an attack far bigger than 9/11 and Pearl Harbor combined – is the heart of this plan.

But that’s no reason to be alarmed.

We have a few tricks up our sleeves ourselves.

In fact, our secret arsenal is comprised of the most powerful and innovative defense contractors on the planet. And the Pentagon is wasting no time in engaging every bit of their resources they can on this conflict.

The minds of the Pentagon have one company in particular they’re focusing their sights on – a tiny company that is 1/100th the size of the General Dynamics, the Lockheed Martins, the Boeings, and the other huge players of the defense sector.

It’s still flying under the radar, but it won’t be for long, which is why early investors will have a massive head start in making a fortune from it.

Escalating geopolitical tensions will bring this company into the limelight soon, so if you want to learn how you could see a massive payday from it, just click here and you’ll see how.



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