The Stock You Need to Own for the Robot Revolution

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted April 21, 2023

You know, every morning I wake up I see someone losing their minds over artificial intelligence. 

“It’s evolving too fast!”

“The robots are going to take over!”

“It’s a threat to our existence!”

Well, let me tell you something: None of that is true. 

This isn’t a movie and humanity isn’t at risk. 

But…

Robots are taking over. And that’s a good thing.

See, I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not, but we’ve got something of a labor shortage in this country. 

In fact, the latest data show that we have over 10 million job openings in the U.S. — but only 5.7 million unemployed workers. 

Indeed, while the internet is awash with scare-stories about AI, the real world has been blanketed with "Help Wanted" signs.

And because of that labor shortage, more and more companies are turning to robot workers. 

They have to. There’s no other choice. 

But again, what they’re finding…

Is that that’s a good thing.

Because robots don’t call out sick or go on vacation. They don’t steal or get distracted. They don’t need a parking space, a punch card, or a work visa.

They require no training and little oversight. And they’ll never just up and quit unexpectedly. 

And just as importantly, they’re capable of performing menial jobs, thus freeing up human workers to tackle higher-order concerns. 

Instead of vacuuming a floor or taking an order, people are free to manage. They can take on the more complex, challenging, and nuanced tasks that you wouldn’t entrust to a machine.

So it’s win-win.

And that’s why it’s working. 

Take Amazon, for example. 

Fully 75% of Amazon orders are currently touched by some form of automation during their journey from warehouse to doorstep.

And soon it’ll be every single one.

Because Amazon is now in the process of creating more than a million new robot-related jobs.

The automotive industry employs about a million robot workers, too.

McDonald's even just opened new automated drive-thru outlets in Fort Worth, Las Vegas, Denver, and Chicago.

Diners simply place their order on the mobile app and pick their food up from a conveyor belt with no human interaction whatsoever.

I’m not surprised, considering the McDonald's restaurant I stopped in at in February had me place my order at a kiosk.

McDonalds Kiosk

Human employees were there to bring me my food and see if I needed anything, but there weren’t any cashiers. 

And you know what?

It was the fastest, cleanest, most efficient trip I ever made to a fast-food chain.

That only makes sense, because after all, it was McDonald's that created the original fast-food template. 

Of course, that was all the way back in 1955. Now things have changed and the company has once again adapted and evolved to remain a model of efficiency.

And not a single job was lost in the process, because they couldn’t fill those jobs to begin with. 

That’s not unique, either. 

Pretty much every industry you look at right now has a labor shortage.

Shipping? 

Truck driver shortage.

Airlines? 

Pilot shortage.

Agriculture?

No field hands.

Hotels?

No maids.

Restaurants?

No waiters.

It goes on and on and on…

We’ve all noticed it. We’re all waiting longer for goods and services. 

But now, as investors, it’s our duty to move past simply noticing a trend.

We’re here to profit from it.

That’s what you do when you notice a trend as big as this one.

And I’ve found the perfect stock for it.

It trades for less than $4.00 per share, so it’s small.

But this company makes supercomputers.

And not just any supercomputers — supercomputers that are capable of operating in extreme environments and conditions.

You can get them wet, dirty, and dusty. You can shake them.

Do whatever you want they won’t break.

They’ll still operate at lightning speeds processing data right at its source. And that’s what makes them perfect for our modern robot workforce.

Hell, not just our robot workforce these robot brains are being used throughout the military because our armed forces need systems capable of withstanding that kind of abuse.

And if you understand just how vital robots have become as a part of America’s labor force, then you no doubt understand how important they’ve become in combat.

Yes, we’re reaching that point where robots are going to do our fighting for us.

They’re already saving the lives of countless service members worldwide.

And this company is a big maybe the biggest reason why.

So check it out here in my latest report.

Fight on,

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Jason Simpkins is an Editor of Wealth Daily and Investment Director of Secret Stock Files, a financial advisory focused on security companies and defense contractors. For more on Jason, check out his editor's page. 

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