Neil here.

One of the most useful lessons we’ve learned during the entire COVID-19 pandemic is the importance of a solid supply chain system.

And for angel investors, there’s plenty of money to be made from startups in this sector.

Understandably, supply chain and distribution usually aren’t top-of-mind for most consumers. We’re usually only concerned with the end product that ends up on shelves.

However, the logistics of getting products where they need to be is a complicated business, and it takes a whole lot of hands to make it happen. I’m talking transportation, software, hardware, distribution services, and more.

This year, COVID-19 exposed a whole lot of weaknesses in the United States’ supply chain system.

I’m sure you all remember the earlier days of the pandemic when it was hard to find even a pack of toilet paper at your local grocery store.

And because of those weaknesses, supply chain startups are the next big thing working to make the system run smoother and more efficiently.

Startups are uniquely positioned to solve major problems like this in ways bigger corporations just can’t… and these companies are setting themselves up for massive gains along the way.

There’s a crazy amount of money in the supply chain industry. In 2019, the industry was worth almost $16 billion, and it’s expected to hit almost $38 billion by 2027 alone.

Any company that owns even a sliver of that industry is likely to see a major revenue surge… which is good news for investors.

Some of the biggest companies and most promising startups have already hopped on the supply chain trend. For example…

  • A couple of months ago, Amazon acquired shipping software company INLT, Inc. for an undisclosed figure. This acquisition will help Amazon’s online merchants import their goods into the United States faster and easier.
  • And just last week, digital freight technology company Forto raised a whopping $50 million in its most recent round of funding. That brings their total raise amount to $103 million since the company’s 2016 launch.
These stories – and more – tell me two very important things.

First, I believe we’re about to see a major uptick in the number of mergers and acquisitions in this space. Those types of exits bode well for investors looking for big returns.

And second, I believe we’re about to see a huge increase in the number of raises launched by high quality supply chain startups (especially with January’s upcoming SEC regulation changes).

In other words, if you want to make money, supply chain is a trend that needs to be front and center.

Over at the Angels & Entrepreneurs Network, we’ve been on top of the supply chain industry for a while now.

Just a few months ago, we featured a company in this space that’s working hard to make supply chains more efficient. This company specifically focuses on trucking, a $700+ billion sector that’s essential to building and maintaining our country’s entire supply chain system.

I’m positive that as supply chain management becomes even more essential over the coming months, there will be plenty more opportunities in the startup world to take advantage.

And according to my friend Shah Gilani, supply chain is actually poised to be one of the most important sectors across the public markets, as well.

In fact, he anticipates that one particular supply chain stock is about to double in the next 18 months and triple in the next two years.

That makes this industry one of the greatest buying opportunities of the coming year… whether you’re in the private or public markets.

Shah is going live right now to share his take on the supply chain industry and several others that he expects will explode very soon.

He’s highlighting 50 different stock picks to show you which ones you should consider buying right now, and which ones you should forget about completely.

His top picks are primed for intense growth in 2021 and beyond. According to Shah, now is the time to buy in before the general public catches wind.

This event is completely free to attend, so don’t miss out.

Just click here to tune in.

I’ll be back soon with another update.

Until next time,

Neil Patel