...and the company that could end this crime spree
is primed for up to 300% gains this year alone!
CloudStar Corp. (CLDS) releases first-of-its kind technology to secure Cloud computing
for all Internet-capable applications!
This patented technology could soon become
a standard feature in every device connected
to the Internet; computers, smart phones,
tablets, gaming consoles, you name it…
CloudStar opens the full potential of a
global market for Cloud-based services… that makes CLDS a must-buy for today’s
JONATHAN KOLBER is a venture capital investor focused on early stage, breakthrough companies. After earning an MBA in finance from the prestigious Carlson School of Management, where he also taught business, he served as a consultant to supercomputer companies including GE’s Star Technologies and Control Data’s ETA Systems.
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no matter how
~ Wired Magazine,
Security is among the most profitable
enterprises for Internet utilization. Shareholders
in 1990s PC security pioneers, McAfee and
Symantec, made fortunes from ground-floor
positions. Next-generation solutions for Cloud computing offer similar profit potential to early
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swelling at a 50%
technology could go
viral at any time.
It may only take a
few months for CLDS
to accelerate into
$3.00 to $5.00
I do not recommend
sitting on the
The key to explosive
There are no
significant limits on
Sales are not limited
to the growth rate of
Revenue can leap
into tens of millions
of dollars from
use their personal
open up the
network for online
~ PC Advisor, Dec. 2012
could become a
key defense in
Online security as you
know it has died.
I didn’t make this up. On January 15,
2013, Business Insider ran this report,
“90 percent of Passwords ‘Vulnerable to
Hacking’”. The report leads off with
“Global consultancy Deloitte claimed
that over 90 percent of user-generated
passwords, even those considered strong
by IT departments, will be vulnerable to
hacking in 2013.”
Can you imagine securing the Cloud
with passwords? You may as well hide
your money in an aquarium on the
front lawn. Study after study shows
that in the coming years, security (or
lack thereof) will be a most significant
barrier to full utilization of Cloud space.
What’s missing is the next generation
of security technology specifically
designed for Cloud applications.
That’s where CloudStar technology
steps in with a simple, user-friendly
yet hack-proof security technology
that no one can crack.
kit is yet another in
an ongoing wave
of attack toolkits
The kit first appeared
on the crimeware
market in September
of 2010 and ever since
then has quickly been
gaining market share
over its vast number of competitors.”
~ Hacker News
“There’s a strong
likelihood that the
next Pearl Harbor
that we confront
could very well be a
~ Leon Panetta, Secretary of
Defense & past Director of the CIA
hotter for consumers
than tablet devices
and smart phones.
“There’s also nothing
more terrifying for
devices and smart
~ Forbes8 May 2012
“[An] unseen, all-out
cyber war on the U.S.
~ InfoWorld9 Jan 2013
Don’t wait for this feature to pop-up
on your mobile phone or tablet.
Look to CloudStar (CLDS) as an immediate
buy, before it becomes a recognized
standard for mobile security.
To meet the soaring use of personal mobile devices in
the business environment, IT departments are projected
to quickly adopt new technology that ensures secure
connections between authorized mobile devices and
company resources. Similar to the branding found
on security-equipped PCs, CloudStar security could
grow to become a standard feature found on all mobile
devices, as exhibited in this mock-up of a CloudStar security badge as it might be seen on an iPhone.
This is key!
security for its
CLDS could post
300% gains in 2013,
but don’t sell too soon!
Longer term, its next generation
gains like those
over a decade ago!
Billions of mobile
devices are coming
In 2012, the FBI warned
of two serious malware
mobile phones and
tablets running Google’s
These are the early
warnings of a massive
security threat to all
future Internet uses.
solution is clearly the
right idea at the right
time, which is why CLDS
is such an urgent
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|Long Term growth potential:
|Buy out potential:
Cloud space and mobile Internet access create
an unprecedented profit opportunity in
CloudStar (CLDS) next-gen security technology.
Move on this today and you could
pocket a fortune by mid-decade!
To the Forward-Looking Investor:
Almost every day I receive reports and studies about the enormous
potential of Cloud computing. Experts say the Cloud will be the most
significant change in computing since the introduction of the personal
computer in 1977.
These reports may be true, but there’s a snag…a very big snag.
The Cloud will be a magnet for cyber-criminals… a gold mine for
virtually unlimited illicit gains.
In this report, I’ll be telling you about CloudStar Corp., a company set
to reverse the most serious threat to Cloud computing by making bulletproof
security available to everyone.
Cybercrime has already become a $221 billion industry…and with the
projected growth rate in Cloud computing,
that projects to a mind-boggling upside of
$1.3 trillion for criminal activities in
Hacking the Cloud could fill
buckets with ill-gained cash.
CloudStar targets hacker activities
using Cloud-specific next-gen
Houston, we have a problem…
Cloud computing opens a playground
of opportunity for data theft, identity
theft and unrestrained hacking.
Password and firewall security
solutions simply don’t cut it anymore.
When an organization as enormous as
Amazon is forced to announce 124
million customer datafiles have been
compromised, it’s clear that this new
generation of computing demands a
new generation of security.
CloudStar’s breakthrough technology
can make Cloud security a reality. In a
moment, I’ll explain exactly how they do it and why it has already received an essential provisional patent (that could
also be worth millions in license revenue down the road!).
First, let me point out how valuable CloudStar technology can be and
how investors who move quickly on CLDS are positioning themselves for
a potential bonanza.
Mr. Market has already demonstrated how quickly
a stock like CLDS can grow, reaping enormous gains for ground-floor investors!
Stunning Shareholder Profits
A decade ago, Symantec poured breathtaking profits on shareholders by
defending against PC viruses. You could load your portfolio with Symantec
shares in 1998 for a low of $1.15. Near the end of 2004, Symantec hit a $33.48
high, for an impressive 29-fold leap in share price value!2
Premiere security providers of the day, McAfee and
Symantec, skyrocketed on insatiable demand for PC security
stocks. McAfee shareholders made fortunes when Intel bought
them out. Symantec remained public and their shareholders
Symantec investors who bought when shares were selling near a
dollar could have loaded up 7,500 shares for under $9,000. By late
2004, shareholders who held their positions saw the value of their
shares pass $250,000!
Can this happen again in the era of the Cloud?
More importantly, will you be
on the sidelines if it does?
This is your chance for a repeat performance, only this time,
the star of the show is CloudStar (CLDS).
For aggressive investing, CLDS is about as good an opportunity
as you will find in the market. You don’t have to bet the farm, just a
few thousand shares could reward you with a tremendous payday!
So, for CLDS, should you buy-and-sell or buy-and-hold?
I believe CLDS could triple this year, so a buy today could be a quick path
to 300% profits. But don’t be too quick to pull the trigger on your entire
CloudStar’s next-gen security
technology could replicate these gains,
which is why CLDS is a “must-buy”
in my book for investors seeking
life-changing profit opportunities.
CloudStar technology holds so much
global value potential that CLDS shares
could take off at a pace I rarely see in any
aggressive growth stock.
With CLDS completely off radar
screens at the moment, I wouldn’t waste
a minute before getting in on this.
CLDS shares are available today in
the one dollar range. Don’t expect this
buying opportunity to last long.
With Cloud utilization swelling at a
50% annual growth rate… CloudStar
technology could go viral at any time.
If so, it may only take a few months for
CLDS to accelerate into $3.00 to $5.00
That’s a 300% gain or better…just getting started!
However, if you hang on to most, if not all of your CLDS shares, the upside
can be stunning. CLDS has the makings of a monster money-maker and you
can get in now when the profit potential is at its greatest.
The Cloud changes everything… and where there’s change,
there’s money to be made.
The #1 secret to making massive profits from investing is to recognize
change early and move on the opportunity it creates in advance of late-arrivals.
A business model that prints money.
The architecture of the CloudStar security protocol is protected by patent, so
CloudStar may ultimately benefit from a roaring stream of licensing revenue.
No other business model I can think of
generates such enormous revenue potential from
miniscule operating and capital outlays.
Industrywide, software companies
rake in an incredible median gross
margin of 76%! 3
There’s even more money to be
made in security technology and
My reference software company hauls in 95%
gross profit off its revenue stream!
I can’t project what CloudStar gross margins may be, but if they’re consistent
with the software sector, CloudStar’s gross margins can be huge.
The key to explosive CLDS growth potential: Unlimited scalability!
No limits on growth rates. Sales are not captive to the rate that
manufacturing can be ramped up. Revenue can leap into tens of millions of
dollars overnight. Consequently, CLDS could soar on unrestrained demand
for CloudStar intellectual property rights.
Software companies make such enormous profits because there is almost
no cost of goods. Once the software code is written, there is no significant
restraint to the upside. It all comes down to how many units of software
can be copied and distributed.
That is why software companies offer such unusually high profit potential for
shareholders. The business requires little capital risk for massive scalability.
Once the software gains traction, it can leap from obscurity to international use
The best place for you to start is on the ground floor
If you can be the first in... your stock can be first up!
Cloud-based security is in its infancy, and that’s exactly why you want to
get your money on the table right now. CLDS is my top buy recommendation for
taking advantage of this emerging opportunity.
As I cited previously, forecasts conclude that by 2016, Cloud-based traffic
will accelerate to a volume more than six-times what it is today.
Anyone clinging to the notion that passwords and firewalls will secure their
Cloud computing faces a very rude reality.
Cybercriminals are jumping firewalls and password-protected sites like a
backyard fence. And I’m not talking about accessing your personal computer,
I’m talking about major corporate and government datasites that are routinely
hacked even when protected by fulltime
News of mainstream hacks into
databases can be found everywhere
and the price tag is mounting. Even the
Department of Defense is vulnerable.
On December 31, 2012, American
Banker released an article entitled,
“Expect More (and Increasingly Vicious) Cybercrime in 2013” reports
that in addition to the monetary
“… there’s also been talk of ‘Code
Red,’ an unexploded virus waiting
to go off in the Department of
Defense’s computer system, and a
series of cyberattacks on multiple
key government infrastructures that
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is
calling ‘cyber-Pearl Harbor.”’ 4
Hacking has become so mainstream
that you can now buy software
packages to start your own hacking
Just download the “BlackHole Exploit Kit”5 and you’re in.
The inevitable birth of a
vital new industry.
In October last year, when Cisco projected
Cloud traffic to grow
six-fold by 2016… they
put a number to it:6
total online traffic of
That’s enough data
movement to flow about
seven trillion hours of high-def video!
With data volume of such magnitude,
it’s hard to overstate how critical the
next generation of security measures
will be for working in the Cloud.
In a matter of just a few years,
Cloud computing will soon dominate just about every aspect of personal and
professional space. Enormous volumes of data and software will be readily
accessible from any device, anytime, anywhere there’s an Internet connection.
Few people, even among experts, saw this tidal wave coming.
Just four years ago, The
Discovery Institute boldly
projected that 2015 would
be the year that the Internet
hit one zettabyte of traffic.
That missed projections
by a factor of six!
I bring this up for one
very important reason.
Only a handful of
people saw this data
storm coming and more
still prepared for it.
That’s why I’m
to you today.
CloudStar got in
front of this wave by
introducing first-of-its-kind technology specifically designed
for the unique needs of Cloud security.
Though CloudStar only recently went public under the symbol CLDS, its
history in computer security systems goes back decades in the experience of
You need to act on CLDS right now!
Cloud computing isn’t the only thing that will fuel
CLDS growth potential…
Mobile devices pose the greatest unanswered threat to online computing. IT
professionals are sweating bullets over the explosive growth of mobile devices
and the threat these devices pose to confidential data sources.
The trend is “Bring Your Own Device” a.k.a. BYOD and it has
corporations in a panic. Their security measures don’t match
with the demands of employees and clients accessing data
through personal devices such as tablets and smart phones.
- Over the next three years, the use
of personal mobile devices for
enterprise activities is projected to
grow by nearly 50% per year!
BYOD is booming!
- Information technology (IT)
professionals are not prepared
for the security challenges BYOD
poses. Employees, clients and customers are accessing confidential data
via unsecured mobile devices in record numbers. Security breaches could
reach epidemic proportions.
- An immediate solution can be found in CloudStar security technology.
Ready to roll, fully scalable,
CloudStar could be widely deployed
by year-end, triggering soaring gains
for CLDS shareholders.
New market space!
New market potential!
Stunning profit opportunity!
CloudStar will be first to market
with its patented security technology…
precisely when IT departments face
urgent new security challenges that
For CLDS investors, CloudStar tech
is right place, right time, right now.
A decade ago, demand for PC
security triggered staggering paydays for
Symantec investors. Over the course of just
a few years, Symantec shares soared from
pennies per share to pay mind-boggling profits in excess of 29-fold!
That’s how incredibly fast and high a
software stock can go. That leads me to
think that my 300% growth target for
2013 could be just the beginning.
By mid-decade, CLDS could be selling
at 15- to 20-times the price you can get
in today. Should CloudStar security
become an industry standard for mobile
computing (as I believe is highly
probable), CLDS could blow the ceiling
off stock performance charts.
Don’t wait for this feature to pop-up on your mobile phone or tablet. Look
to CloudStar (CLDS) as an immediate buy, before it becomes a recognized
standard for mobile security.
CloudStar could soon be a standard
feature on billions of mobile devices
worldwide…propelling CLDS well
above my 300% growth target for 2013.
Now we enter a next generation space where
new security solutions will emerge. With
CloudStar being first to market with its patented
technology, the upside for CLDS is beyond
CloudStar security technology not only fills
the needs of computing in Cloud space, it fills
the needs for mobile security… and that’s a
market that is almost five-times the market for
While PC sales are flat…smart phone
and tablet sales are soaring!
Mobile connectivity presents a totally
untapped market for CloudStar
These trends have created a rare
ground-floor entry point, CLDS shares
could be selling over ten-times the
price you can buy in at today.
That’s not the only reason I’m forecasting
enormous growth potential in CLDS. The core of
CloudStar’s revenue potential lies in its intellectual
property, not product hardware or service delivery.
This means one thing that is extremely important to rapid share price
CloudStar can be immediately scaled
full market potential, either
through direct software
sales or through licensing to manufacturers
such as Apple, Samsung, Motorola, and many
global technology giants.
Six key reasons you should be looking
at CLDS as an immediate and aggressive buy!
- As CloudStar prepares to rollout its next-generation security technology,
today’s ground floor investor can look for quick returns of 300% to 500%
this year. Longer term, CLDS is one of the most promising buy-and-hold
investments I’ve seen in my career.
- Passwords and firewalls have become mere nuisances to cybercriminals.
Routine hacks of high-profile organizations clearly demonstrate the
ineffectiveness of last-generation security measures.
- Cloud computing is soaring at a rate the should sextuple traffic (6x)
over the next three years. That could drive the current cost of cybercrime
to $1.3 trillion annually if updated security-measures are not embedded
in Internet-capable devices.
- CloudStar enters a soaring market with next-gen technology targeted
to security requirements for Cloud computing. It could quickly rise
to become an industry-wide standard found on billions of technology
- Bring Your Own Device
(BYOD) is overwhelming large
data centers. Tablets and smart
phones are wide open portals
to cybercrime activities. CloudStar’s next-gen technology can
be readily integrated to mobile
devices as a key security feature.
- Security technology can be an
enormously profitable sector.
Prior generations of anti-virus
software led to multi-hundred-fold gains and multi-billion buyout for ground-floor shareholders.
CloudStar’s first-to-market technology gives you the perfect entry point
for a potential repeat performance of these profit makers.
CloudStar deserves your immediate attention; it is vitally important
that you do your research into CloudStar (CLDS) without delay.
As you well know, technology like this can grow at an exponential
rate. Your best chance for early entry to CLDS is right now. This could all
change in a heartbeat and when it does, you may miss the opportunity.
Few analysts understand the key criteria essentia
for spotting a winning technology stock.
My enthusiasm for technology never gets in the way of making
excellent stock picks. For making profits in this market, nothing beats
innovative technology coupled with an excellent company headed by
experienced management and backed by solid financial resources.
To receive my recommendation, I require that every company I
cover must meet my “trinity” of criteria:
- Excellent management with a proven track record in its
- An industry-changing product with solid barriers to
- Sufficient capital resources to carry the company to
Following this model and understanding the enormous potential that the
next generation of Internet security technology presents, I expect Cloud-
Star (CLDS) could be a huge profit maker for investors who step in now.
If you are a fan of technology investments, I urge you to subscribe my
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Subscribe today and you’ll continue to receive early notice
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1 Cybercrime robs Internet users of $221 billion annually, a figure that if multiplied by the projected growth rate in Cloud use, would exceed $1.3 trillion by 2016.
2 On December 3, 2004, Symantec closed at $33.48, a record high. Its low came in
October 1998 when the stock sold around $1.15.
3 “Gross profit margins in the Software sector ranged from 95.0% down to 31.1%, with the median for the group at 76.8%.”
Seeking Alpha: http://seekingalpha.com/article/10166-chart-software-companies-gross-profit-margins.
5 Hacking software is marketed much like any other software; it just flows through underground channels well traveled by
cyberthieves. For responsibility’s sake, I have chosen not to publish those channels in this report.
7 As of April 2012, no storage device has achieved one zettabyte of data. One zettabyte equals 1021
of a byte, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes.
8 http://www.forbes.com/sites/markfidelman/2012/05/02/the-latest-infographics mobile-business-statistics-for-2012/
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