In normal times, this would've caused a stir on the internet and mainstream media.
Two days ago, the Pentagon released three declassified videos of "unexplained aerial phenomena".
It's unreal what these pilots saw.
But there's something out there, it's a matter of time until we figure it out.
My Great Grandfather always joked saying one day you'll travel by saying "Beam me up, Scotty"
Hard to believe, but it's becoming more of a reality.
Speaking about space travel…
A few weeks ago, I wrote about a company called Starship and why it has the potential to change how people go to space.
I also wrote about how SpaceX became the world’s largest satellite operator.
Where's The Space Cash?
Earlier, Loral Space & Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: LORL) declared at special $5.50 per share special divided.
The dividend will be payable May 28, 2020, to holders of record as of the close of business on May 14, 2020.
LORL also said they're in talks with Canadian co-owner, about the combination of Loral and Telesat into one public company.
This news sent shares soaring up 25% today!
Grab a piece of paper and pen to write this down…
Because you’re about to see the name and ticker symbol of the ONLY 5G STOCK every investor should own.
You can get the name and ticker of this company right here, no strings attached. But you better act fast…
Because the Federal Communications Commission, the government agency in charge of 5G, just scheduled a major announcement that would send shares soaring once announced.
In the March issue of Wealthy Tech Investor, I recommend LORL to readers as a buy.
LORL is one of the few public companies working to advance global communications through low-Earth orbit satellite constellations.
It's also well-positioned to profit from the 5G revolution.
LORL provides satellite-based communications worldwide.
It also owns the controlling stake in Telesat Canada.
That stake in Telesat is the key piece of this 5G profit puzzle…
Telesat is the lesser-known entity working with SpaceX to complete its Starlink mega-constellation.
And their success as a subsidiary of LORL will be tied to the profitability and implementation of Starlink this year.
LORL also owns a 56% stake in Xtar.
Xtar is an Spanish telecommunication bringing low-Earth orbit constellations to Europe.
After Years of Anticipation is the Breakout About to Happen?
In 2018 LORL looked like it may be a dog.
Its low-Earth ventures lacked funding and it was in the middle of restructuring its assets including Xtar and even trying to offload Telesat in its entirety.
But all that changed once SpaceX, Elon Musk, and his big checkbook stepped in.
Telesat is off and running and there’s no reason to believe they will stall.
Q4 of 2019 was rough for LORL shares.
The March market reboot pulled shares down too, but with this news, shares could start to soar higher.
There's so much potential right now, but it's about picking the right stocks.
I have another great pick lined up for the May issue of Wealthy Tech Investor
It will be published this coming Tuesday.