Robots Are the Future

Written By Christian DeHaemer

Updated May 15, 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a market darling since ChatGPT was invented and went on to sign a $10 billion deal with Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT). I’m been trading these stocks in my Launchpad Trader service with some success. We banked 48% in five trading days a few weeks ago.

Another major theme in today’s markets is robots. Unemployment is at 40-year lows, and the youngest baby boomer is 59 years old. All Western countries and most Asian countries are looking down the barrel of population decline.

It's obvious to most people that the only solution to filling the workforce is robots. The problem is most easily replicated factory work is already being done by robots. The new Tesla factory has 600 of them, including the largest factory robot in production: Godzilla.

Godzilla Robot

The Godzilla robot can move whole cars around, but it's still in a cage and locked to the floor.

What the world needs is a robot that is autonomous, safe, and smart — one that isn't bolted to the floor and can move around in the world.

Elon Musk has been working on his Optimus robot for a few years now. It is a humanoid robot that will work faster and longer than any human, with no need for a salary, health insurance, food, water, or even things like light or air.

Musk didn’t become one of the world’s richest people for nothing. He is a great entrepreneur with a fantastic vision — and when he says the next big thing will be robots, I believe him. 

Mark Cuban says robots will create “the world’s first trillionaires.” Bill Gates views them as a “breakthrough” worth “10 Microsofts.” 

And Musk himself predicts that robots will be “more significant” than Tesla’s entire vehicle business.

Musk wants to make a robot that will take over all the tasks people don’t want to do, from cleaning to gardening to washing the car to elder care — and he wants to make it affordable to the middle class.

As I write this, robots are a $104 billion industry. By 2030, the robotics industry is estimated to be worth $500 billion. Eventually, robots are expected to become a $3 trillion industry. 

The problem is, as investors, we can’t just buy Tesla and make the money from the robot revolution. No, Tesla is a car company. You could own TSLA stock and not get the pure benefit from the massive growth in robots. 

No, we want to own a small, little-known company that we think will produce a key component of Optimus. This company makes the precision machine that keeps robots upright and gives them sight, perception, and spatial awareness. 

Have you ever wondered how you’re able to stand upright or how you’re able to keep your balance while riding a bike? It’s due to your inner ear, which gives you a sense of orientation. Cats, for instance, have a highly developed inner ear, which is why they always land on their feet.

Most robots that aren't bolted to the floor, from Boston Dynamics' Spot to Amazon’s robotic warehouse workers, get their spatial awareness sensors from this one unknown $1.40 company.

I just put out a buy on it for my Launchpad Trader readers. Join us today.

To your wealth,

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Christian DeHaemer

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Christian is the founder of Bull and Bust Report and an editor at Energy and Capital. For more on Christian, see his editor’s page.

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