What a weird, weird world we are living in.
With this past Saturday being the 9th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy, a strong anti-Muslim sentiment has been rolling through the American populace…
With promises of Koran burnings and mosque protests, this anniversary, more than any other, seems to have drudged up bad feelings – on both sides.
But as heated as this topic has been, it hasn’t stopped the Obama administration from brokering the biggest arms deal ever with Muslim controlled Saudi Arabia.
If approved, the deal will be worth $60 Billion.
And what does Saudi Arabia get for the price of approximately 12.50% of the Stimulus Bill?
According to FoxNews.com, the deal will include “84 new F-15 fighters, upgrade 70 more, and purchase three types of helicopters – 70 Apaches, 72 Black Hawks and 36 Little Birds”.
Now, you don’t need to be a military intelligence officer to realize that with that many new aircraft, Saudi Arabia’s firepower could get a healthy boost – compliments of the good ole U.S. of A.
However, this $60 Billion deal could be just the beginning as there are also talks of another thirty, or so, billion dollar revamp and upgrade the Saudi’s missile defense and naval forces as well.
And as lucrative as this deal can be, as an American, I can’t help but think of other arms deals of this nature that have blown up, literally, in our faces…
However, as businessman, I can’t help but think about the possibilities to profit from an opportunity like this.
In a deal like this, the real winners aren’t the U.S. Government, nor is it the company that actually constructs these planes and helicopters…
It’s the small companies that are outsourced by these huge Department of Defense contractors that really walk away with the most profit.
Finding which of these small companies who are already juiced in big time players such as Lockheed Martin or General Dynamics, and more importantly, ready to profit now.
These smaller companies (the ones with the low overhead, and big upside) offer investors like us the best chance to profit from this potential $100 Billion deal.
And we here at Trinity believe we’ve found one of those companies that’s could profit BIG the moment the ink dries on the signed contract.
They’re an undiscovered military tech company whose products are already combat proven (including in Apache helicopters) and have a great reputation for making investors rich.
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