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Profit From The Technology That Will Predict The Future

President Obama called it, "one of the most serious national security challenges [America] must confront." Others are calling it "America's greatest threat to national security."

In January, James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, revised the annual list of the largest threats the United States faces, and he moved this threat to the top spot.

I'm talking about cyberattacks.

Most people know that hackers and identity thieves are a growing threat -- not just to individuals, but to national security.

But what most people don't realize is that the end of this threat could very well be on the horizon.

Imagine technology capable of predicting data breaches days before they occur.

This is the long-term goal of researchers and scientists in the U.S. intelligence community. Academics and industry scientists are teaming up to build software that can analyze publicly available data and find patterns suggesting the likelihood of a hack.

The ultimate goal of their plan is to create a supercomputer capable of predicting things like whether or not China will try to intercept sensitive data from the President's Daily Brief meeting that day, or if Russia plans to attempt another attack on the Pentagon's joint staff email system like it did in early 2015.

Now, don't get me wrong. Cyberattacks are a major national security issue. But my Game-Changing Stocks readers don't pay me to be the town crier. They pay me for in-depth research, analysis and stock picks that could revolutionize the world and make triple-digit-plus gains for their portfolios in the process.

And that's exactly what this supercomputer could offer.

In fact, if all goes right, this $445 billion opportunity could deliver life-changing returns for investors who get in on the ground floor.

That's why I've identified the ticker symbols for two game-changing firms that have the most to gain from this revolutionary new technology. One of them recently tripled its research and development and expects to report a 42% increase in revenue from 2014 to 2015. The other is an industry-stalwart. Nearly all -- 99% -- of the Fortune 1,000 companies are its customers.

I'll tell you about both of them in my 10 Shockingly Profitable Predictions for 2016 .

And these cybercrime plays only represent one of the 10 shocking predictions I've made for the upcoming year.

I've also found the best ways to profit from other events most investors don't even see coming -- like how a piece of technology you already own will start recording all your personal conversations, or why California will see a mass exodus of residents in 2016.

It may sound bold, but I release this report every year, and it's made investors gains of up to 189%, 293% and 310% in the past. And this year's report could be our most controversial yet. To check it out, click here .

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The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.