I’ll never forget the first time I sat in a self-driving car…
Boy, was it ugly.
It was in October 2011 at NASA’s Ames Research Center, the space agency’s headquarters in Silicon Valley.
The car was an early Google prototype. And the inside was loaded with computer equipment, sensors, and wires. There was barely anywhere to sit.
Radar and LiDAR (light ranging and detection) equipment was strewn all over the outside of the car, too.
I wondered who would ever want to ride in that thing…
Today, near my home in Silicon Valley, I pass someone in Google’s newest self-driving car almost every day.
It’s made by their stand-alone self-driving business unit, Waymo…
You’d have to look twice to notice anything different about the car. The average American wouldn’t be able to tell.
And this is just the beginning…
Self-driving cars are on the verge of mass adoption. Not 10 years from now – right now, in 2017.
And if you position yourself quickly, you could make a ton of money.
Hi, my name is Jeff Brown.
During my time as an executive at NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm, both companies share prices more than doubled. (My personal stake in NXP went up 940%.) And it was thanks in large part to our work with the technology behind self-driving cars.
And last year, I picked the best-performing stock on the S&P 500.
In early February 2016, in front of a small audience of multimillion-dollar family offices, I named chipmaker Nvidia as the best chance for immediate profits in tech.
Its brand-new Graphic Processing Units (GPUs) are crucial to the rapid advancement of self-driving cars.
Nvidia climbed 330% – better than any other stock on the S&P 500 – and it’s still going up.
In this video presentation, I’ve drawn on my decades of experience in Silicon Valley to give you the full, unfiltered report on this incredible technology.