Neil here.

This year, companies around the world are adapting to technology in ways we probably wouldn’t have seen for another decade without COVID.

And the companies that haven’t conformed to this accelerated digital era are the ones that are suffering the most.

Simply put, if you’re running a company that isn’t tech-enabled or willing to adapt to the digital world, you’re going to be hit even harder by crises like this.

That’s why I strongly believe investors need to focus on the companies that can be flexible and grow, especially during the COVID era. There are successful companies out there… you just have to know where to look.

Right now, some of the most successful companies have come out of the shift to a virtual workforce. Moving home, and staying home, has shifted our priorities tenfold… and the tech that’s succeeding now is the tech that’s helping us continue doing our jobs away from the office.

This new trend has ignited a massive paradigm shift across the market. In the investing world, we call these types of shifts “hyperdrive events.”

In essence, these hyperdrive events are capital shifts that change the very fabric of the American economy and the American life in general.

We’ve seen plenty of hyperdrive events within the last couple of decades. Think about it…

  • When Apple first introduced the iPhone in 2007, it completely changed the way we access information for good.
  • When Amazon first launched in 1994, it quickly shifted retail power from brick-and-mortar stores to online ecommerce giants.
  • And when Netflix launched its at-home streaming in 2007, it changed the way the world consumes video.

Not only did these events – and events just like them – change the entire way we live our lives…

They also launched a high-volume and fast-paced capital shift that gave investors a once-in-a-lifetime chance to make a fortune.

And this year, COVID-19 has launched the market straight into a brand-new hyperdrive event.

Except this time, it’s not about consumer tech or shiny new devices… it’s about the movement of American workers from office space to virtual space.

In fact, my colleague Shah Gilani is predicting that $353 billion is currently on the move toward these types of companies.

Over the next 18 months alone, he expects that money to pile straight into five specific virtual workforce stocks … creating the country’s next massive paradigm shift.

I’ve introduced you to Shah before. He’s the brand-new Chief Investment Strategist over at Money Morning, and he’s one of my go-to guys for anything stock-related.

In fact, he’s known across the board as “the man who calls it all,” simply because he has a history of predicting some of the biggest and most powerful paradigm shifts the market has ever seen.

In just a little while, Shah wants to give you a stock-by-stock breakdown on these virtual workforce picks. He’s going to show you:

  • Where all this money is flowing…
  • Why these five stocks could soar in value over the next year and a half…
  • And how to play these five stocks for some of the biggest gains you could ever see.

These stocks represent the biggest buying opportunity of our entire generation. With their potential for double- and triple-digit gains, you definitely won’t want to miss out.

So, keep an eye on your inboxes. I’ll be back very soon with more information on this brand-new opportunity.

Until next time,

Neil Patel