Dear China, it's over...

A Motley Fool Investigative Report — Saturday, July 20, 2013

The little shop that's putting China out of business

Dear Fellow Investor,

A new store recently opened at 298 Mulberry Street in downtown Manhattan.

And if you walk in the door, you'll see something truly amazing.

Something that's about to close down 112,000 Chinese factories...

... And launch a 21st-century industrial revolution right here in the U.S.A.

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The Air Force already bought one.

So did Nike, BMW, and Disney World. Jay Leno has one in his garage (but it's not a car). And now that the sticker price has plummeted from $100,000 to $799, it won't be long before everyone buys one.

Business Insider says it's "the next trillion dollar industry." The Economist has gone even further, comparing its history-changing impact to the steam engine and the printing press.

Too good to be true? Wall Street thinks so. Meanwhile, technology watchers are whispering that this invention could be "bigger than the internet."

See, the innovators behind the iPod, Google and Amazon.com have been big boosters all along. And you still have time to join them — if you act fast.

Because when the skeptics wise up, the big money will already be off the table.

The opportunity to profit from a transformative technology like this might come along once in a lifetime.

That's why The Motley Fool is releasing this stunning investor alert video — to help individual investors like you jump on the 3 stocks that get you the biggest piece of the action.

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Here's to your wealth,

Danny Hsia Signature

Danny Hsia
Executive Publisher
Motley Fool Stock Advisor

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