Dylan Jovine’s 5G “Arrow” Stock (All You Need to Know)

Today I’m looking into a presentation from Dylan Jovine about 5G “Arrows,” which he says could replace nuclear missiles and make investors 35,960% returns.

It was an interesting (and somewhat concerning) presentation. And while the idea of making five-figure returns is exciting, that’s quite a bold prediction.

What is the 5G “Arrow”? Is Jovine’s presentation legit? And what stock is he teasing?

These are the questions I’ll be digging into in this post. I’ll also shed some light on who Dylan Jovine is and what his advisory, Behind The Markets, is all about.

Let’s start by unpacking the 5G “Arrow” presentation.

Dylan Jovine’s 5G “Arrow” Teaser Unpacked

I’ve heard a lot about the potential of 5G technology over the years, especially among tech investing gurus. In fact, I only recently wrote about Eric Fry’s Wealth Acceleration Summit, which was all about how 5G will change the world and provide a massive opportunity for investors.

However, this is the first time I’ve heard of a 5G “arrow,” so I was very curious.

Dylan began the presentation by asking if we’d seen the 5G arrow before. He then showed an image of what looked like some type of plane crossed with an arrowhead, flying into the earth’s atmosphere from outer space.

He then says that “the weapon in this picture is on the verge of making nuclear missiles obsolete.” And the reason why, according to Dylan Jovine, is because it’s the fastest weapon on earth (25X the speed of sound), and it can change direction mid-flight. And apparently, these two factors make the 5G “Arrow” virtually impossible to defend against.

Cool story… but what is it?

According to Dylan Jovine:

This new 5G Arrow is part of a new class of weapons called Hypersonic Glide Missiles.

Source: https://go.behindthemarkets.com/btm-5g-arrows

Like many people, I’ve heard about hypersonic missiles, but in no way am I an expert on this or any defense-related technology, for that matter. So I took to Google to find out what a Hypersonic Glide Missile is and how it relates to what Dylan Jovine talks about in the presentation.

This eventually led me to an article from the Arms Control Association, which talks about how the U.S. is advancing its hypersonic missile capabilities “to keep pace with China and Russia.” The article also explains that the U.S. has conducted successful tests and states that the “Pentagon has prioritized the rapid deployment of hypersonic weapons.”

I don’t know about you, but while hypersonic weapons are concerning in general, I’d rather the U.S. and its allies be at the forefront of this technology than the other way around, which is more or less the basis of Dylan Jovine’s presentation.

He paints a somewhat alarming picture about the seriousness of hypersonic technology and says that the U.S. “must develop these weapons to defend against Russia and China.”

He points out that one of the reasons we haven’t already seen a nuclear war is due to the concept of mutually assured destruction (MAD). In short, this means that if one country tried to nuke another, it’s almost a guarantee they’d be nuked in return, which serves as a deterrent.

However, Dylan suggests that Hypersonic Glide Missiles could “shift the balance of power,” which is why this has become a top priority for America.

What does 5G technology have to do with any of this?

According to marketforecast.com, the “5G system is expected to be critical for the use of hypersonic weapons.” The article also points out that “5G’s large bandwidth, super-fast speeds, and significantly lower latency” could enable the military to realize the full potential of technologies like AI, robotics, automation, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

So, long story short, based on my research, both the hypersonic technology and 5G component of Dylan’s presentation seem to check out. But again, I’m not an expert on hypersonic missiles (lol), so I encourage you to do your research on this and make your own mind up.

How does Dylan suggest that investors can profit from all of this?

According to Dylan Jovine, 5G “Arrows” (AKA Hypersonic Glide Missiles) will be “the first weapon in history that will be adopted in a similar speed to a new cell phone.” And he says there’s “one small company” at the center of it that could hand investors 5-100X gains.

And at the center of all of this is the one small company that beat out the biggest defense contractors to win the contract – and whose stock could hand investors 5, 10, 20, even 100 times their money.

What company is he teasing?

Read on.

What Is Dylan Jovine’s 5G “Arrow” Stock?

During the presentation, Dylan Jovine says there’s “one small company” at the forefront of the “military revolution” and details everything in a report titled “World War 5G – The Small Company at the Forefront of the Military Revolution.”

However, you need to sign up for his advisory service, Behind The Markets, to access that report. I’ll explain what this service is about shortly, but I know that not everyone will want to join Behind The Markets just to find out what stock Dylan Jovine is teasing.

So I decided to do some research to see if I could figure it out.

Let’s start by summarizing the clues he provides in the presentation. Then, I’ll share my best guess on what company I believe he’s teasing.

Dylan’s first set of clues has to do with the “3 Rules” he says you need to follow to earn massive profits in the defense sector.

  • The first rule is about “Breakthrough Science.” According to Dylan, “DARPA has worked closely with the company to develop this technology” and he says there’s “no better proof that this company has the best technology on earth.”
  • The second rule has to do with “Defense Contracts.” He says you should only invest in defense contractors that have actual contracts in place, and that this company “beat out Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Raytheon and the other big boys to win the contract to build the new 5G Arrow.”
  • Third, Dylan says “Government Urgency” is important and says that the Pentagon has declared this 5G weapon it’s “#1 priority.”

So, to summarize, Dylan states that the company works with DARPA, has defense contracts in place, and that there’s a sense of urgency in government regarding the products it makes.

He also provides the following clues:

“It’s only a fraction of the size of the biggest defense contractors like Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Raytheon.”

“And on August 30, 2019, we discovered the name of the small company that won the rights to be the first to manufacture these weapons!”

“And that’s the clue: this company won the contract and hired Lockheed Martin, Raytheon and General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems to subcontract work to.”

Based on these clues, I believe the company he’s teasing could be Dynetics because this company fits with the clues Dylan Jovine provides in the presentation.

Here’s an overview of why I think it’s a match:

  • For starters, according to this article on the company website, Dynetics helped launch the U.S. Army’s Long-Range Hypersonic Weapon program.
  • According to defenseworld.net, Dynetics appears to have worked with Lockheed Martin on DARPA’s OpFires program, which involves a hypersonic boost glide missile system they’re working on. This may or may not be what Dylan was referring to when he said the company is working with DARPA (the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) but it shows Dynetics has worked with DARPA in some capacity related to hypersonic technology.
  • According to the company’s website, Dynetics has multiple defense contracts in place.
  • The company is only a fraction of the size of Lockheed Martin, Boeing, and Raytheon.
  • Dylan states that the company he’s bullish on “won the rights to be the first to manufacturer of these weapons,” referencing hypersonics, and this clue pretty much confirms it’s Dynetics. According to the company website (see earlier link), Dynetics was awarded $351.6 million in August of 2019 to produce the first commercially manufactured prototype C-HGB (Common-Hypersonic Glide Body) system. And interestingly, the image depicting the weapon on the company website is similar to the 5G “Arrow” Dylan Jovine shows in his presentation.

Based on these clues, I believe Dynetics is the company Dylan Jovine is teasing.

However, Dynetics is a private company, so it appears as though the stock Dylan is interested in might be that of its parent company, Leidos Holdings, Inc. (LDOS).

My aim with these articles isn’t to speculate on whether or not the company being teased is a good investment or not, so I’ll leave that up to you to decide. But based on my research, I believe Leidos Holdings is the stock Dylan Jovine teases in the presentation.

Of course, to find out for sure and to get the complete details behind why Dylan Jovine is so bullish on the company he talks about in the presentation, you’d need to read his report. The one titled “World War 5G – The Small Company at the Forefront of the Military Revolution.”

And the only way to access that report is to join Behind The Markets. So let’s take a closer look at what this service is about and how it works.

What Is Behind The Markets?

I’ve reviewed Behind The Markets on this blog, so I recommend checking that out if you want my complete take because I walk you through everything you need to know before joining.

However, in short, Behind The Markets is a stock advisory service run by Dylan Jovine that’s focused on mid-cap companies that he and his team believe are trading at a significant discount. It’s essentially a long-term, buy and hold, value investing-style advisory.

As I explain in my review, Dylan Jovine’s goal is to determine the true value of the companies he and his team analyze. So, from what I understand, the method they use to find the stocks they recommend involves looking at the company’s fundamentals and comparing that to the stock price to figure out if the company is overvalued or undervalued.

Specifically, the company site says they look for high returns on equity, low debt, and a lasting competitive advantage.

So the goal of Behind The Markets is more or less to help subscribers find undervalued stocks with a view to making long-term, asymmetric gains. In this respect, it reminds me of another service I’ve reviewed called Insider Weekly.

What do you get if you join the service?

At the heart of the Behind The Markets service is the monthly research reports and model portfolio. The monthly reports contain market insights from Dylan Jovine and a full breakdown of his latest recommendation, while the model portfolio details all of his active stock picks.

So, as a subscriber, the idea is to learn from the research you are provided with and decide whether or not you want to take action on the recommendations.

On top of this, you also get access to numerous bonus research reports if you join through the “World War 5G” presentation. Although which bonuses you get depend on which membership option you select.

As of writing, there are three membership options priced between $39 to $79, and the company is offering a 30-day money-back guarantee on the service.

Who Is Dylan Jovine?

Dylan Jovine is the CEO of Behind The Markets, LLC, the company that publishes the advisory service, and has 30 years of experience in the world of finance.

He started his career on Wall Street in 1991 and, in 1994, started his own private equity firm called Lexington Capital Partners, which he later sold. Ten years later, Dylan started a financial publishing company called Tycoon Publishing which Agora acquired in 2011.

So, long story short, he has decades of experience as an entrepreneur, money manager, and educator in the finance space.

I’m not aware of the average gains of his Behind The Markets service, but Dylan has recommended numerous triple-digit stocks over the years, according to the website. For example, ChemoCentrix (435%), American Express (660%), and FactSet Research (235%).

That doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed to make money following his recommendations, but I think it’s safe to say Dylan Jovine is a real investment guru based on his experience and track record.

Bottom Line

Dylan Jovine’s 5G “Arrow” presentation is all about what he describes as the “Hypersonic Glide Missile revolution.” In other words, the advancement of hypersonic missiles, which is being accelerated by technologies like 5G.

Dylan says that this is the “biggest story in 5G by far” and believes there’s one small company at the forefront of this revolution. Unfortunately, he doesn’t reveal the company’s name in the presentation, but based on my research, I believe the company is Dynetics.

The best way to find out for sure, and get the complete research, is to read the “World War 5G” report he’s put together, which you can access by joining his Behind The Markets advisory.

Is it worth it?

I believe Behind The Markets is a legitimate, worthwhile service. But at the end of the day, only you can decide what’s right for you.

On the one hand, the service is aimed at helping subscribers become successful long-term value investors. And based on Dylan’s track record, you could learn about some great stocks in the months and years ahead.

On the other hand, keep in mind that no service can guarantee you’ll make money. All investments carry risk, so it is possible you could lose money at some point. Hopefully, that doesn’t happen, but nobody can predict the future.

Either way, the service only costs between $39 to $79 for an entire year and comes with a 30-day refund policy, so you could always give it a try and see what you think before the month is up.

Whatever you decide, I hope you found this post helpful.

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