NIA Predicts Augmented Reality About to Boom

Here at NIA, we know that we can’t be content with our recent HUGE gains in the Cryptocurrency space. NIA’s unbelievable success with Bitcoin Cash came from our ability to consistently be among the first to see the biggest and most disruptive upcoming trends in economics and technology. When the rest of the world was obsessed with Bitcoin, NIA figured out what was really driving Bitcoin prices higher – and determined that Bitcoin was failing underneath the surface and no longer met the definition of an electronic coin – thereby creating an urgent demand for a new breakout Cryptocurrency with improved economics and better technology. NIA determined it would be Bitcoin Cash and loaded up with it at $450 while suggesting for all NIA members to consider doing the same. Early Sunday morning, Bitcoin Cash hit a new all-time high of $2,779 for an incredible two week gain of 517.6% from NIA’s October 29th suggestion!

In July 2016 out of nowhere, Pokemon Go became the #1 topic throughout America – an augmented reality (AR) game that became a household name overnight, receiving 50 million mobile downloads in a record breaking 19 days. A few days ago, Bloomberg broke a story entitled, ‘Apple Is Ramping Up Work on AR Headset to Succeed iPhone’. Prior to Apple launching its Touch ID fingerprint recognition advanced security technology in 2013, it first acquired the company AuthenTec for $356 million at a 60% premium over its share price. AuthenTec had the largest portfolio of patents covering fingerprint recognition technology and the most advanced intellectual property in that space – so it made all the sense in the world!

According to Bloomberg, Apple is seeking a breakthrough new product to succeed the iPhone, and aims to have technology ready for an augmented-reality headset in 2019 and could ship an augmented-reality product as early as 2020!

Bloomberg went onto say, “While virtual reality immerses the user in a digital world, augmented reality overlays images and data on the real one. The applications for AR are endless, from a basketball fan getting stats while watching a game to a mechanic streaming instructions on how to fix a specific piece of equipment. Apple isn’t the only company working on the technology. Google, which drew derision for $1,500 smart glasses a few years ago, is developing a business-oriented variant.”

NIA has discovered a company that it believes has the largest portfolio of patents covering augmented-reality technology and the most advanced intellectual property in this space: Vuzix (VUZI), currently trading for only $5.65 per share with a very low market cap of $125 million. If Bloomberg’s sources turn out to be correct, we expect VUZI to be worth $300-$500 million, which will value the stock between $13.53 and $22.55 per share. NIA will release more in-depth information about VUZI in the days/weeks to come!

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