Remember last year, when Elon Musk launched his red Tesla roadster into space on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket?
He’s quite the showman, and it was quite a show.
Musk even went so far as to put a mannequin in a fancy spacesuit in the drivers’ seat, next to a screen that said “DON’T PANIC!” – a cosmic inside joke for all the “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” fans watching.
For a couple hours, us Earthlings and other ground-dwelling types could watch the space Tesla and its spaceman passenger on a live streaming feed, up there hurtling through the heavens.
The Tesla will be up there forever, “they” say, circling the Sun, out beyond the orbit of Mars, though CNBC quoted a couple of Canadian astronomers as saying there’s a 6% chance the Tesla will crash back to Earth sometime in the next 1 million years.
Back here on Earth, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) has done a pretty good job of defying gravity, too…
… but I don’t need to be an astronomer to predict this space rock is going to come down hard to leave a big, smoking crater in the ground.
Now, I recommended a very special, specific position for my elite Zenith Trading Circle Members – one with stratospheric profit potential.
But the impact from this catastrophic reentry is going to be so big, anyone can make some money…
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