Disclaimer: This article is based on my opinion and information available online in the public domain and is not individual financial or other advice.

What “Secret $15 Company” Is Lou Basenese Teasing?

I recently received an email that led me to a presentation from Lou Basenese about how Jeff Bezos is apparently dumping Amazon shares to buy into something called “VLEO.”

According to Lou Basenese, Jeff Bezos is working on a “groundbreaking new project” that could be the “next Amazon” and make you “up to 75X your investment.”

Sounds exciting.. but is it legit or too good to be true?

Well, I decided to look into this further to find out, and in this article, I’ll show you what I found.

I’ll start by walking you through his main prediction. Then, I’ll reveal the stock I think he’s teasing and share my thoughts on his advisory service, Digital Fortunes.

Breaking Down “Bezos New Project”

The presentation kicks off with Louis Basenese talking about how Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, sold off $1.8 billion in Amazon shares and is “plowing it directly into supporting a groundbreaking new project.” And according to Lou, this is Jeff Bezos’ “next big bet.”

What’s he talking about?

Lou says Bezos is “betting it all” on a radical new version of the internet he’s calling “Everywhere Internet.” Which can apparently give you 12x faster internet, anywhere in the U.S. and for as little as $8.25 a month.

He says this project is so big it could render every cable, TV, internet, and phone service obsolete. And that shareholders of Bezos “Everywhere Internet” could see profits of 7,535% or more as it takes off.

When you move FAST on what you’re about to see, I’m projecting profits of 151%… 1,507%… even 7,535% or more.

Source: dailytrendtrader.com/bezosnextthing.html

What is Everywhere Internet?

When Lou Basenese mentions “Everywhere Internet” in the presentation, he’s referring to something Jeff Bezos has been working on called Project Kuiper.

Bezos Calls His New Internet “Project Kuiper,” and come September 7th 2021, it could change your life, and your bank account, forever…

Project Kuiper is actually a real thing; it’s all about making the internet faster, cheaper, and more accessible for everyday people using Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites.

Here’s how Amazon describes Project Kuiper:

Last spring, we announced Project Kuiper, an initiative to build a low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellation capable of providing reliable, affordable broadband service to unserved and underserved communities around the world.

Source: aboutamazon.com

As mentioned at the outset, Lou says Jeff Bezos is “dumping Amazon shares to buy into VLEO.”

But Amazon doesn’t actually mention the term VLEO (Very Low Earth Orbit) in its description of Project Kuiper. Instead, it only mentions LEO (Low Earth Orbit).

What’s the difference?

Not a huge amount concerning the presentation, but there is a difference.

From what I understand, LEO satellites orbit between 200km to 2,000km while, according to ResearchGate, VLEO satellites orbit below 450 km.

And according to Amazon’s Federal Communication Commission (FCC) application, Amazon applied to deploy 3,236 satellites at altitudes of 590km, 610km, and 630km.

So it seems as though Bezos is actually “buying into LEO.”

Nevertheless, Lou says Jeff Bezos is set to deploy thousands of “refrigerator-sized micro-routers” (satellites) into space using similar rockets to those made at his space company, Blue Origin.

And once the satellites are up, Lou says it’s just a matter of mounting a terminal on your roof to receive the signal and get access to this “Everywhere Internet.”

What’s the big deal about September 7th?

During the presentation, Louis mentions September 7th, 2021, as a date that “could change your life” because that’s when he estimates that Bezos could strike a critical deal for this project. When that happens, he says it could send the “shares of one tiny company soaring.”

Here’s how Lou Basenses puts it:

On September 7th, 2021…

Key players at Project Kuiper are attending a conference…

Specifically, the Director of Aerospace and Satellite Solutions at Amazon Web Services will be there…

AND the CTO of our tiny $15 firm…

That puts a key Kuiper executive in the same room as a CTO of our $15 firm!

Louis also says that, due to the conditions in Amazon’s FCC approval (linked to earlier), they must deploy 50% of their satellites by July of 2026 and all 3,236 of them by 2029.

And that, according to his calculations, that means Bezos will need to start launching the satellites by early 2022, which gives investors a small window of opportunity to act.

That means, as investors, we have just a small window of time to act to make the most money by riding Bezos’ trend…

In the next section, we’ll take a look at what company Louis is recommending.

What “Secret $15 Company” Is Lou Basenese Teasing?

During the presentation, Louis says you can’t invest directly in Project Kuiper because Amazon owns it. And says that, while you could buy shares of Amazon, he knows of a “secret backdoor” that “could make you up to 75x your money” in the coming months.

He says it all has to do with one “single missing piece Bezos needs to flip the switch” on the project. Which he points out is an antenna for the home terminals I mentioned earlier.

So Louis’ recommendation revolves around a “secret $15 company” that makes the home terminals’ antenna that connects to Bezos’ Kuiper satellites.

He doesn’t actually reveal what that company is, but he does provide some clues, and I’m pretty sure I’ve figured it out.

Here are some of the clues Lou provides in the presentation:

As I’ve been showing you, this tiny little firm trades for around $15 per share…

At the moment, the whole company is valued on the stock market around $600 million…

On September 7th, 2021…

Key players at Project Kuiper are attending a conference…

Specifically, the Director of Aerospace and Satellite Solutions at Amazon Web Services will be there…

AND the CTO of our tiny $15 firm…

That puts a key Kuiper executive in the same room as a CTO of our $15 firm!

That’s not a whole lot to go off. Alone, none of these clues were enough to help me find the company he’s talking about. However, one image in the presentation led me right to it.

Lou shows a photo of one of the company’s terminals installed on a plane. And I managed to find the same image on the Gilat Satellite Networks website:

It turns out it’s something called a SOTM Antenna System. The technology is beyond me, but the page on the website (linked to under the screenshot) explains what it’s about.

In any case, from there, I started digging into some of the other clues he left.

First, Gilat Satellite Networks trades at just over $10 per share, which technically doesn’t make it a “$15 company,” but it is trading for less than $15 per share. So it matches in that respect.

Gilat also has a market cap of around $600 million as of writing, which matches up with what Lou says in the presentation.

And considering the photo of their product matches, the company manufactures the antennas Lou is talking about and describes itself as the “leading global provider of satellite-based broadband communications,” it seems like a good fit.

So I believe Lou Basenese’s “secret $15 company” is Gilat Satellite Networks (GILT).

The only thing that didn’t make sense was the whole “September 7th, 2021” thing…

Lou says the Chief Technology Officer for the company will be at a conference on September 7, 2021, at the same time as the Director of Aerospace and Satellite Solutions at Amazon Web Services.

I believe the conference he’s referring to is the Satellite 2021 conference.

And according to this list of Satellite 2021 speakers, Clint Crosier, Director of Aerospace and Satellite Solutions at Amazon Web Services, will be attended on September 7.

Also, according to this page on the SatelliteInnovation.com website, Dubi Lever is the CTO of Gilat Satellite Networks, which I verified through further research. He is attending a conference with the general manager of Amazon Web Services on October 5, 2021.

However… I can’t find anything showing he’s going to be at the September 7 event or that he’ll be in the “same room” as the Director of Aerospace and Satellite Solutions at Amazon Web Services.

So that part of Lou’s presentation is still a mystery.

Overall though, Gilat Satellite Networks is a close match.

Louis is also recommending what appears to be the same stock through a similar presentation titled “Elon Musk’s Next Big Bet,” where, instead of Jeff Bezos, he talks about Elon Musk. And it seems as though he may have used other presentations to recommend this stock too.

In any case, to find out for sure what Louis’ recommendation is and why he’s recommending the company, you need to read his 21-page report titled “The Secret $15 Company Behind Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos’ Race to Own the Internet.”

And the only way you can get your hands on that is to join his new advisory service called Digital Fortunes. So let’s take a look at what it’s about and how it works.

What Is Lou Basenese’s Digital Fortunes?

Digital Fortunes is a stock advisory service run by Lou Basenese that’s aimed at helping subscribers make money from emerging technology trends.

It seems as though Digital Fortunes is actually the same service as Trend Trader, which is currently listed on the Crowdability website. So Digital Fortunes is either a rebranded version, or Lou has decided to sell the same service under two different names.

In any case, the types of trends Lou tracks are related to things like space-based internet, artificial intelligence, 5G, autonomous vehicles, and even cannabis. Basically, anything Lou thinks is an “exciting and profitable” trend.

Once Lou spots a trend he’s interested in, he seeks out the best mid-cap to large-cap companies he believes are at the forefront of that trend and shares it with subscribers.

Each month, subscribers receive a new issue of Digital Fortunes that walks you through the trend Lou is tracking and the company he recommends buying to take advantage of it.

This includes information about the technology, the company, the management team, and everything you need to know to follow Lou’s recommendation, like the stock symbol and what price he recommends buying in at.

From there, you can decide if you want to invest using your own broker account.

Lou typically recommends mid-cap to large-cap companies, which means companies with a market cap of at least $2 billion, which are generally seen as less risky.

However, as we’ve seen from his presentation, he does recommend some smaller tech companies. It’s just that, unlike other services I’ve reviewed, like Microcap Insider, for example, that doesn’t seem to be his main focus with this particular service.

What Do You Get If You Join?

If you join Lou’s advisory service, the main thing you get is access to his latest stock recommendations and investment insights.

The cost of joining the service is normally $299, but if you join through the “Secret $15 Company” pitch about Jeff Bezos’ new satellite internet project, you can sign up for $99.

This gives you 12 months of access to the service.

Each month, for 12 months, you get a new issue of Digital Fortunes, which walks you through a new stock recommendation. You also get access to some special reports detailing three of his latest recommendations as part of the presentation.

Here are the special reports you get with this presentation:

  • The Secret $15 Company Behind Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos’ Race to Own the Internet
  • The One Space Move To Own EVERYTHING!
  • My #1 Way to Play the Regenerative Medicine Boom

We’ve already talked about his first stock pick, which I believe is Gilat Satellite Networks, but he outlines two other opportunities in the other two reports.

Who Is Louis Basenese?

Louis Basenese is behind the Digital Fortunes advisory service and other services on the Trend Trader Daily website.

For example, he runs a free daily newsletter called Trend Trader Daily and three paid services called Micro-cap Advantage, Biotech Breakout Alert, and Takeover Trader.

He’s probably best known for his work with Trend Trader, which, as I mentioned earlier, seems to be the old version of Digital Fortunes, but his work has been published on financial sites like Investing.com, The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, and others.

He’s also been featured on shows like CNBC and Fox Business.

Before getting into financial education, Lou was a Wall Street consultant and analyst who managed more than $1.5 billion at Morgan Stanley.

Bottom Line

Lou Basenese’s “secret $15 company” is all about a project Jeff Bezos is working on called the Kuiper Project, which aims to revolutionize the internet using low earth orbit satellites.

Based on the clues Lou provided in the presentation and what I found during my research, I’m confident the company he’s recommending is called Gilat Satellite Networks.

However, to find out for sure which company he’s teasing, you need to join his service, Digital Fortunes, for $99, through his presentation. Because that gives you access to a special report, he created that walks you through his prediction in detail.

The report is called “The Secret $15 Company Behind Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos’ Race to Own the Internet,” and it shows you all you need to know about Lou’s recommendation.

At the end of the day, Lou Basenese has picked some great stocks over the years, but there’s no guarantee his recommendation will make you 75X your money.

There’s also no guarantee that the company he’s recommending will end up being key to Jeff Bezos launching his new Kuiper Project in the coming months or years.

So it’s important to do your own due diligence before rushing into his recommendation, to decide for yourself if it’s something you want to put your money into.

Is his service worth it?

You can check out my review of Digital Fortunes to get my full take.

But from what I can tell, Digital Fortunes is a legitimate service, and it could be worth checking out if you’re interested in investing in emerging tech companies.

However, it’s probably not for the more conservative investors since Lou does focus on finding opportunities in emerging technology which is inherently risky.

Either way, thanks for reading. I hope you found this article helpful.

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