Colin’s Note: The robotics industry is the next trillion-dollar opportunity for investors.

Longtime readers will know it’s something I’ve been talking about since I joined the team in June last year… I believe robotics and automation could be the next millionaire-making megatrend for those who get in ahead of the rest.

And it seems that day may be coming sooner rather than later. Figure AI has just raised $675 million from some industry heavy-hitters – Nvidia, OpenAI, and Jeff Bezos.

It’s the startup that’s addressing the U.S. labor shortage by using robotics and automation to help fill the gaps in the most heavily impacted industries – the ones with jobs deemed unsafe or undesirable. Think industries like hospitality… manufacturing… and food services.

And with investors like these now piling in… it’s only a matter of time before everyone else catches on and the robotics industry takes off in earnest.

It’s the perfect time to position yourself to profit. It’s all in today’s video. Access it by clicking below… or read on for the transcript.

Hello subscribers, and welcome back to The Bleeding Edge. My name is Colin Tedards.

What if I told you that you could go back in time, let’s say 10 years ago, and buy Bitcoin back when it was still primarily used for nefarious purposes… and it certainly wasn’t trading for close to $60,000 per token?

I mean, that would be an absolute no-brainer. Of course, you would do that.

What if you could go back 20 years and buy Google on its IPO day? At the time, the up-and-coming search engine went public for a split-adjusted price of just $2.50 per share.

Of course, you would go back and do that. You would be up more than 5,000% on your investment over 20 years.

Now, hindsight is 20/20 when it comes to the stock market. If we could correctly identify trends such as cryptocurrencies gaining popularity… or Google becoming the world’s search engine… we could have made fortunes as investors.

What if I told you there’s a new megatrend brewing in the investment world that has some of the biggest and richest investors starting to pile in? Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Nvidia, Microsoft, Amazon, OpenAI, Cathie Wood… They’re all piling in.

The exciting part is, it’s still really early too. Just like buying Bitcoin more than a decade ago or buying Google maybe two decades ago…

The robotics industry is the next trillion-dollar opportunity for investors.

I know you’ve heard me say this and talk about it before… But just yesterday, robotics startup Figure AI raised $675 million from Jeff Bezos, Nvidia, and OpenAI. The valuation was just $2.6 billion.

Will this be another one of these pipe dreams for wealthy investors like space tourism? Or is it potentially the next millionaire-making investment idea? I think it’s the latter.

That’s because Figure AI is working on solving a real crisis in America and around the world – not space tourism, but labor.

Around the world, millions of jobs are unsafe or undesirable. Companies face labor shortages in hospitality and food services. And it’s leading to higher prices and less-than-ideal experiences for guests.

The world relies largely on China to manufacture goods, which painfully screeched to a halt during the pandemic. On a global scale, human-like robotics capable of doing tasks and jobs that humans either don’t want to do or don’t like doing is a trillion-dollar opportunity.

And right now – unlike many industries that we cover regularly, like enterprise software, search engines, smartphones, e-commerce, and semiconductors – there is no clear-cut leader in the race to build human-like robotics.

Figure AI – the company I mentioned above that’s getting investments from Jeff Bezos and Nvidia – is valued at just $2.6 billion. To give you an idea, when Google went public 20 years ago, the company had a $24 billion valuation.

The opportunity to make a fortune in the robotics sector is becoming more likely every day. So, how do you prepare yourself as an investor?

I think it’s fairly easy at the current time. First, I would position myself in the companies that would benefit from mass-produced, human-like robotics being built to augment or replace employees. These stocks aren’t pricing in the benefit these companies will realize if – and when – robotics can significantly supplement its labor population.

Second, the semiconductor industry will be at the heart of these human-like robotics… meaning the sector might have a second megatrend after AI is largely built out over the next couple of years.

And lastly, I would keep a close eye on Tesla. It’s the only large-cap, publicly traded company that is seen as a leader in the space. The company has a benefit of more than $100 billion in revenue from selling electric vehicles and a significant cash pile as well.

Tesla has also proven – and this might be the most important point – that it can design and manufacture products at scale and profitably. Very few companies have ever actually done that. Its Optimus robot is seen by many in the industry as potentially a game changer for not only the robotics industry but for Tesla as well.

Time will only tell if robotics is the next trillion-dollar investment idea. But given that it solves a real issue facing companies and countries across the globe… and the fact that some of the richest and best entrepreneurs are pouring money and energy into the sector… robotics could easily become the next millionaire-making investment idea over the next decade. And I don’t want you to miss out.

Folks, that was The Bleeding Edge for today. I hope you have a fun and safe weekend. I’ll see you again next week.