Wondering what Adam O’Dell’s Imperium machine is? What small-cap stock is at the center of it all? And what Green Zone Fortunes is all about?
You’re in the right place. In this article, I’m going to show you everything you need to know about Adam O’Dell’s Imperium prediction, to help you decide if it’s worthwhile or pure hype.
Here’s a quick summary of what I learned:
- The “Imperium machine” Adam O’Dell is referring to in his presentation is a DNA Sequencer that automates the process of sequencing DNA and storing it on a computer.
- This device increases the efficiency, and lowers the cost, of sequencing a person’s DNA. Adam likens the impact this technology could have to when Intel came out with the microchip that powered the internet revolution.
- Adam O’Dell details the company who makes the Imperium machine in his report titled “The Next Intel: The Microchip Company Powering the 199,000% DNA Mega Trend.” In order to access the report, and find out which Imperium stock he’s teasing, you need to signup for his stock advisory service, Green Zone Fortunes, for $47.
- My best guess is that the company Adam O’Dell is referring to in the presentation is called Twist Bioscience (TWST), which is a U.S. company that manufactures synthetic DNA and DNA products for use in medicine, agriculture, industrial chemicals, and data storage.
- Adam O’Dell is a former hedge fund manager, investment analyst and qualified chartered market technician (CMT). He’s also the Chief Investment Strategist for Money & Markets and runs three services: Green Zone Fortunes, Home Run Profits, and 10X Profits.
Read on for my full breakdown.
Adam O’Dell’s “Imperium” Presentation
Before watching Adam O’Dell’s presentation on the Money & Markets website, I had never heard about “Imperium” before. But apparently, it’s the next big thing.
Adam says Imperium is “mankind’s next great leap forward” and that it’s an “era-defining technology” that’s “set to disrupt global industries worth a total of $64 trillion” in 2021.
He says that investing in Imperium now “could be like getting into internet stocks in the early 1990s…” and likens the opportunity to investing in Intel, Microsoft and Cisco before they shot up 8,129%, 9,778% and 53,273% respectively.
However, according to Adam, Imperium has a 5X faster growth rate than the internet. So if what he’s saying is accurate, it’s possible that investing in it could not only make you big returns, but also in record time.
He then states that the U.S government is working on it and says that five billionaires are “jumping on board” including Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Peter Thiel.
I don’t know about you, but all of this made me a little skeptical.
I mean, the idea of making a fortune off of some weird machine I’ve never heard of, in a short period of time, just sounded a bit too good to be true.
That said, I’ve seen hundreds of similar presentations over the years, and sometimes the prediction turns out to be interesting, so I kept on digging to see what I could find.
And what I found was that it all has to do with DNA sequencing.
What Is An Imperium Machine?
The “Imperium machine” Adam O’Dell is referring to in his presentation is a DNA Sequencer that automates the process of sequencing DNA and storing it on a computer.
I’m not a scientist or medical professional, so the topic of DNA and DNA sequencing is well beyond my area of expertise.
However, generally speaking, DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the “stuff” inside your cells that carries all of your genetic information and controls things like eye color, skin color and height.
What does an “Imperium” machine do?
An “Imperium machine” (AKA DNA Sequencer) reads DNA, which is made up of a sequence of six billion letters, and digitizes it so that it can be stored on a computer.
Why does he use the term “Imperium”?
Adam says he uses the term “Imperium” to describe DNA because DNA has the power to control everything in our body, and that Imperium means “the power to command” in Latin.
I did some checking, and according to World History Encyclopedia, Imperium is the authority held by magistrates and promagistrates to command the Roman army.
So I guess his reasoning (broadly) makes sense.
For the most part though, the whole “Imperium” thing is a marketing gimmick. Using an obscure term arouses curiosity and makes the whole thing seem a lot more interesting.
In any case, Adam points out that, up until recently, DNA sequencing took a long time and was very expensive to do. He says it once took 13 years and cost $2.7 billion just to sequence the DNA of a single person.
And that now, thanks to the hardware developed by his top Imperium company, it only takes one day and $239 to sequence a person’s DNA.
So it’s cheaper and quicker… but besides that, what’s the big deal?
According to Adam, over two billion people will have their DNA sequenced by 2025, which is a fair prediction based on what I read in this article on spectrum.ieee.org.
Adam also (in a roundabout way) suggests that DNA technology could end genetic diseases like cancer, alzheimers, hepatitis and loss of eyesight. And save millions of lives.
Again, I’m not a scientist or medical professional, so I can’t say for sure how accurate these predictions are. What I can say, however, is that based on what I’ve learned, DNA sequencing and genomics are impacting healthcare in profound ways.
He also talks about other ways that DNA technology is going to shake things up.
For example, he says DNA technology will impact everything from plants, animals and textiles. And cites a couple of main examples of this.
The first example has to do with agriculture. Adam says that there are now farms in America growing a special type of soybean with zero trans fats, and that this could make the fast food industry a lot healthier given that soybean oil is commonly used to fry fast food.
The second example he gives has to do with, believe it or not, spider silk. Which apparently makes great clothing given how soft (and strong) it is. But he says that farming spider silk is near impossible, and that DNA technology solves this issue.
According to Adam:
By copying the part of the DNA responsible for making silk from a spider, and manipulating it in one of their onsite machines, this company can produce silk quickly and cheaply. No spiders needed.– Adam O’Dell (Source: pro.moneyandmarkets.com/p/SFTGENOMICS/PSFTX403/Full)
Long story short, Adam says DNA technology is going to have a huge impact on the world and potentially disrupt industries worth a total of $64 Trillion.
He also says that he’s “found the No. 1 small-cap stock to cash in on as Imperium soars nearly 200,000% in the next four years.”
What is the company he’s talking about?
What’s the ticker symbol?
What “Imperium” Stock Is O’Dell Teasing?
In the presentation, Adam O’Dell says that DNA technology “will literally be the greatest investing mega trend in history.” And that his “No. 1 DNA stock will be at the forefront of it all … providing the microchip that will power every kind of DNA technology….”
What is it?
And provides the full details on the company he’s recommending in a report titled “The Next Intel: The Microchip Company Powering the 199,000% DNA Mega Trend.” To access the report, however, you first need to subscribe to his service, Green Zone Fortunes, for $47.
Adam does provide a lot of clues about the company he’s recommending in the presentation though, so I did some digging to see if I could figure out what he’s recommending.
And I’m fairly confident I know what it is.
Here are some of the clues he provides in the presentation:
And one small-cap stock is at the center of it all…
Right now, the U.S. government has a total of 10 agencies working on it … including DARPA
“[They are] the only synthetic DNA provider who can deliver the quantity and quality of DNA we need for our projects rapidly.” – Dr. Robert Carnahan, PhD, DARPA Scientist
They’re able to process DNA much faster than the competition thanks to a new kind of microchip they’ve developed and patented.
And it allows my No. 1 DNA company to process DNA at 10,000 TIMES the speed of the previous technology thanks to its unique “nanowell” technology
Jeff Bezos recently added to a $100 million investment…
Elon Musk says Imperium is “amazing…”
Bill Gates’ investment fund is contributing to a $429 million investment… saying Imperium is “one of the most powerful technologies of the 21st century”…
Mark Zuckerberg’s $3 billion fund is heavily backing “Imperium”…
And Peter Thiel … a man that Forbes, Fortune and the New Yorker all call the best tech investor in history… He’s adding to a $110 million investment.
The biggest two giveaways for me where the part about the “nanowell” patent and the quote from the DARPA scientist. I was able to confirm that a company called Twist Bioscience have a patent for heated nanowells and this news release shows that Dr. Robert Carnahan was referring to Twist Bioscience in the above quote.
Twist Bioscience (TWST) is a company based in South San Fransisco that manufactures synthetic DNA and DNA products for use in medicine, agriculture, industrial chemicals, and data storage.
Not to mention, they have partnerships with some of the biggest companies in the world, including a partnership with Illumina and Microsoft as part of an effort to advance the field of DNA data storage.
So it looks like a great company. And as it turns out, there are some really successful, well-known investment analysts betting on it.
For example, while doing the research for this article, I learned that Twist Bioscience is one of 51 holdings in an ETF I bought a while back called the Ark Innovation ETF (ARKK), which is run by Cathie Wood of Ark Invest. And yes, I probably should’ve known that already (lol).
In any case, I guess it’s possible that if DNA technology continues increasing in adoption, and this company keeps growing, it could be a good opportunity.
That said, there are no guarantees.
And there are risks involved too.
A recent article on Motley Fool points out that, even though there are some great growth opportunities with Twist Biosciences, the biggest risk is the high valuation.
In any case, Adam also mentions three other DNA technology stocks he’s interested in and details these in his report titled “3 Future DNA Titans Trading for as Little as $2 a Share” which you get as a bonus for subscribing to his service, Green Zone Fortunes.
What Is Green Zone Fortunes?
Green Zone Fortunes is a monthly research service headed up by Adam O’Dell of Money & Markets, which is aimed at showing you how to “rapidly grow your net worth.”
The service isn’t just focussed on DNA technology stocks, Adam also recommends stocks in the energy, finance and commodities sector. He even recommends some gold-related picks.
As a subscriber, you get monthly research reports that detail Adam’s latest recommendation based on his “Green Zone Rating System.”
How does it work?
According to Adam, the first thing he does is sort through all 8,000 U.S. stocks to rate each stock from 0-100 based on the following six factors:
From there, he says he selects the single best “Green Zone stock on the market” and shares this with subscribers each month.
And according to Adam, this method has been outperforming the market 3-to-1:
… the average closed gain is an incredible 31% with an average hold time of a little over 3 and a half months … with top gains like 124% in five months, 100% in two months and 91% in four months…
Aside from monthly stock picks, subscribers also receive access to the model portfolio which lists all of Adam’s current stock recommendations, a top 10 “Weekly Hotlist” of Adam’s top picks for the week, the two bonus reports I mentioned earlier, and a video training series to help improve your success in the market.
How much does it cost?
The cost of joining Green Zone Fortunes is $47 for the first 12 months, and it automatically renews for $79 every year thereafter. Also worth noting is that, according to the Money & Markets website, there’s a 365 day money back guarantee in place.
Who Is Adam O’Dell?
Adam O’Dell is a former hedge fund manager, investment analyst and qualified chartered market technician (CMT). He’s also the Chief Investment Strategist for Money & Markets and runs three services: Green Zone Fortunes, Home Run Profits, and 10X Profits.
Adam says that his training as a CMT allows him to go “deeper into the markets to find winning stocks than 99% of other analysts.”
According to his bio on the Money & Markets website, his “systematic investment approach” doesn’t limit him to any one asset class. He recommends opportunities across asset classes and sectors, including gold, stocks and bonds, as long as they provide the “absolute best moneymaking opportunities in the markets at any given time.”
He admits that not all of his stock picks are winners, but shows numerous examples of how profitable his stock picks have been during the Imperium presentation, and how 24 of his picks have seen “triple digit peak gains.”
According to his Linkedin profile, he’s also the Chief Investment Strategist for Charles Street Research and holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Adam O’Dell’s “Imperium” presentation is all about DNA technology, and how it could be the greatest investing mega trend in history, disrupting sectors like medicine, agriculture and clothing among others.
The “Imperium Machine” he’s referring to is a DNA Sequencer, which is used to read and store DNA on a computer. And he says the company behind it has developed and patented a new kind of “nanowell” microchip that allows them to process DNA at 10,000 times the speed of the previous technology. Which, in turn, could present a big opportunity for investors.
He provides the full details of this company and why he’s recommending it in a report that you get with a subscription to Green Zone Fortunes, but my guess is that the stock is Twist Bioscience because it matches up with the clues he provided in the presentation.
In any case, even if I am right, it could still be worth checking out his service, because that way you get Adam’s full analysis and breakdown on the company and why he’s recommending it.
Either way, I hope you found this article helpful and if you’d like to share your thoughts on Adam O’Dell’s recommendations, feel free to chime in below.