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Bezos Is Obsessed With THIS Tech

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted August 25, 2021

Five years ago, a video surfaced in the U.K. that turned investors’ heads. 

It was a drone flying around 400 feet in the air, carrying a small package on board. 

Although this footage was released on December 14, 2016, the secret flight took place a week prior. 

As usual, the investment herd ate it up.

The drone flew swiftly in the air above Cambridge and was the first test for Jeff Bezos’ new Amazon Air service. 

Sitting in his dark, high-backed chair in Washington, Bezos watched that video with a look of greed in his eyes. 

Nobody can tell you how long he’s dreamed of market dynamics shifting in his favor again, and the image of a massive fleet of drones delivering Amazon packages within 30 minutes made him drool in delight. 

Who would ever have thought things would go wrong in building this technology? 

Unfortunately for him, the key to capturing this future windfall was much closer to home.

The First and Last Stock You Want to Own Right Now

There’s no question that drone delivery is a sector that threatens to change the e-commerce landscape forever. 

And believe it or not, the first and last stock you’ll want to own isn’t Amazon. 

Despite commanding a nearly $1.7 trillion market cap right now, Bezos is having a harder time than he anticipated. 

In fact, Amazon’s Prime Air team in the U.K. has been slowly collapsing in on itself and has been plagued with a high turnover rate of its managers and employees. The operation has become a shell of what it once was.

That’s a long way to fall since Amazon got the green light to conduct test flights in the U.K. back in 2016. 

The list of failures from that operation seems to grow by the day, and it doesn’t leave individual investors like us very hopeful. 

Of course, you’ll even want to pass on picking up Deutsche Post DHL Group, one of the largest parcel-shipping companies on the planet. DHL is doing a little better and plans on creating a network of 4,000 cargo drones with Dronamics in 2022. 

Each unmanned aircraft will be capable of carrying up to 770 pounds and offer cost savings of up to 80% compared with current aircraft. 

But like I said, all you have to do is look north for the real opportunity. 

You see, despite Amazon’s problems in delivering its own drone program to the market, it turns out that our friendly neighbors to the north are light-years ahead. 

Although Amazon has failed (so far, at least) to penetrate the drone delivery market, don’t expect Bezos to sit idly by as that market surges. 

And surge it will…

The market for drone package delivery, which is currently valued at a little over $600 million, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 45.1% over the next four years, touching just over $4 billion by 2025. 

Personally, I think these projections are grossly underestimating the fact that we now live in a COVID-filled world. 

Beyond 2025, things will get even hotter!

I've seen some reports suggest that the market will explode in value to nearly $40 million by the end of the decade.

Of course, North America is the largest area of this market, which is precisely where you want to be positioned. 

Given Amazon’s problems in delivering its own drone program to the U.K. market, that’s not where you should be looking right now. 

Instead, just look to Canada. 

I mentioned that Canada is far ahead of the U.S. in regulating its drone delivery market. 

While Amazon Air is left floundering across the pond, all eyes will soon be looking north. 

Last month, a tiny company with a market cap 7,762 times lower than Bezos’ Amazon empire broke records to become the first publicly traded drone company to be granted a cargo license in Canada.

This milestone passed by quietly in the market... 

A whisper drowned out by the sensational clickbait headlines that permeate our daily lives. 

But it was just the next step for the company, which has become a quiet leader in the country’s drone delivery market. 

It’s only a matter of time before Bezos shifts his attention to its cutting-edge technology, which may prove to be the solution he’s been seeking for more than a decade. 

Trust me — this is one you’re going to need to see for yourself.

I’ve laid out all the details for you right here.

Until next time,

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A true insider in the technology and energy markets, Keith’s research has helped everyday investors capitalize from the rapid adoption of new technology trends and energy transitions. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital, as well as the investment director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor and Technology and Opportunity.

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