Unmanned Aircraft Stock Keeps Gapping up in Price


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The advancement in technology we have witnessed in the 21st century has made some investors filthy rich. Stocks of cutting-edge tech companies have been the leaders of the market rally we’ve enjoyed over the past 10 years.

Even in market corrections, these tech stocks just seem to keep bouncing back. Stocks like Amazon, Alphabet, Booking Holdings and others trade for over $1,000 a share now.

One company we’ve been following that we believe has a big future ahead of it has seen its stock price rise almost four-fold over a 12-month period. And we think that’s just the beginning for this 45-year-old company that’s become the leader in the manufacturing of small unmanned aircrafts.

With 700 employees and annual revenue expected to break through $300 million this year, this company is already the largest supplier of small, unmanned aircraft systems to the Pentagon and to dozens of allied nations. And we’re crazy bullish on it!

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