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Investment Alert

Dear Reader,

You may know of my friend, colleague and investment tech wizard Sam Volkering.

About two years ago, Sam was in the market for a new phone. He decided he wanted the best spec phone he could get, with the best camera in it.

Sam settled on a Huawei P20 Pro.

Now I’m going to admit, I bloody loved this phone. It served me well. But should you believe the rhetoric coming from the US, UK, Australia and all segments of the Western media, I’ve effectively had a Chinese spy phone in my pocket for two years.

Do I use it now? No. I’ve got a new phone. A Samsung Galaxy Note 10 — maybe one day it becomes known as a South Korean spy phone

The reason I ditched the Huawei wasn’t because I thought the People’s Liberation Army was listening in when I was streaming Aussie Rules footy from back home. It wasn’t because I thought they were using me as a node to infiltrate the secret government networks of the West Midlands.

I ditched it because I was out of contract and I liked the idea of the Note 10 stylus. I take loads of notes when I’m on the road, boots on the ground, hunting down exponential tech opportunities. So the Note 10 seduced me with the stylus, and it’s a new love affair from the outset!

But still lingering in the back of my mind, I can’t help but think maybe for two years Huawei and its technologies and motives really were sinister and I’d been harbouring a real threat to national security.

As you’ll see in my new research here, I believe Sam is right to be suspicious.

It’s common knowledge that, here in Australia, Chinese spying in recent years has been so prolific, our own intelligence agencies don’t know how to deal with it.

Today, China has more active spies than any other country on Earth, according to the 2019 book Chinese Communist Espionage: An Intelligence Primer.

And yet…do you even know the name of China’s intelligence agencies?


Those names are common. What’s the Chinese equivalent?

We don’t know because China has a sophisticated spying apparatus that melds the state and its industries. They’re all in on it. It’s all one thing.

For years, we put up with it…looked the other way…because the economic relationship was too beneficial to us.

Those days are ending, though.

And, as you’ll see here, there is an investment strategy you can put in place that could do very well if politicians around the world start to confront Chinese espionage head-on. Click here for the full story…


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Greg Canavan,
Editor, Crisis & Opportunity