How to cash in on the technology that will devastate
a $100 BILLION industry

Disruptive technologies have the ability to change society, revolutionize entire industries, and turn far-sighted investors into multi-millionaires in the process.

You may have missed the opportunity to invest in companies like Amazon, Apple, Google, or Microsoft before their technological breakthroughs transformed the world.

But you now have a chance to double or triple  your investment with a disruptive technology that’s destined to devastate one industry while giving birth to a new one!


COMPANY: American Heritage International


TARGET ENTRY: Buy within the $1-2 range

INVESTMENT THESIS: One of the few publicly traded e-cigarette pure plays. Currently undervalued as an operating company, but more valuable as an acquisition target.

SUGGESTED STRATEGY: Buy now while under the radar; sell half of holdings if stock doubles and retain remainder for possible additional gains.

POTENTIAL OUTCOME: Investing in one of the fastest growing industries, delivering huge returns, while making you rich in the process.

Big Change For Big Tobacco

Dear Far-Sighted Investor:

The tobacco industry has been a part of the American economy since colonial times, growing from scattered local businesses to the $100 billion behemoth we know today.

Each year almost 60 million U.S. consumers purchase 300 billion cigarettes and 13 billion cigars from the three companies (Altria Group, Lorillard, and Reynolds American) that dominate the industry and are commonly known as “Big Tobacco.”

But new technology developed by a little-known company called American Heritage International (AHII) is about to throw this long-established industry into chaos, opening the door to potential triple-digit returns for far-sighted investors who invest now.

The power of
disruptive technologies

Disruptive technologies have the ability to change society, revolutionize entire industries, and turn savvy investors into multi-millionaires in the process. For example…

“Why would I need one?” people asked when a college dropout named Steve Jobs began selling what he referred to as a personal computer. Today, virtually every American home has a computer, and many people can’t imagine life without one.
Online shopping was considered a curiosity when Jeff Bezos founded Amazon. Today, online transactions are a way of life for millions of people, with sales in the third quarter of 2013 totaling $67 billion, according to the Department of Commerce.
Critics scoffed when Motorola introduced its “brick with an antenna” portable phone, but today 91% of adults use a cell phone according to the Pew Research Center, and landlines are going the way of the dinosaur.

Disruptive Technologies Can Make You Rich!

TURN $1,800 INTO $466,800: Suppose you had bought a hundred shares of Amazon (AMZN) on May 15, 1997 at the IPO price of $18. Thanks to three stock splits, your 100 shares would now be 1,200 shares. And at the recent price of $389, your original $1,800 investment would be worth an incredible $466,800 a gain of 25,933%.
TURN $2,100 INTO $1,041,120: If you had bought a hundred shares of Microsoft (MSFT) at the IPO on March 13, 1986 for $21, you’d have 28,800 split adjusted shares today. At the recent price of $36.15, your original $2,100 would be worth $1,041,120a gain of 49,577%.
TURN $2,200 INTO $439,400: In December of 1980 you could have picked up a hundred shares of Apple (AAPL) at $22 a share for a total investment of $2,200. Today, because of stocks splits, your 100 shares would be 800 shares. And at the recent price of $549.25, those 800 shares would be worth $439,400a gain of 19,972%.
TURN $2,125 INTO $26,966: Google (GOOG) went public at $85 a share in August of 2004. Had you bought 25 shares, your $2,125 investment would have grown to $26,966 at the recent price of $1,078.64 per sharea gain of 1,268%.
TURN $900 INTO $18,050: Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), the company that pioneered robotic surgery with its da Vinci Surgical System went public in July of 2000 at $9. If you had bought a hundred shares, you would have only 50 shares today, because of a reverse stock split. But each of those shares would be worth $361, turning your $900 into $18,050a gain of 2,055%.

If you missed your chance to make a fortune with these disruptive technologies, don’t worry — even greater opportunities lie ahead. Electronic cigarettes are the Next Big Thing, the disruptive technology that could transform the tobacco industry and make you rich beyond your dreams.

But before I get to the investment implications of this technology, let me explain what e-cigarettes are and how they work…

Former 'Winston Man,' David Goerlitz, Joins American Heritage

RJ. Reynolds Tobacco Co. hired Goerlitz for its Winston ads in 1981. During his seven year tenure with Reynolds, Winston moved from No. 4 to No. 2 in sales. As the former 'Face of Big Tobacco'

In 1989 Mr. Goerlitz was awarded the World Health Organization Medal of Honor. Mr. Goerlitz spent the next 19 years counseling school children about the dangers of tobacco use.

Mr. Goerlitz has been ahead of the curve in believing that electronic cigarettes are the best hope for switching off traditional tobacco products


“The electronic cigarette gives the impression of smoking, while not emitting the thousands of chemicals that cause health problems like cancer. The only chemical you consume is nicotine, and water vapor replaces the harmful smoke that emanates from cigarettes.”

How Electronic
Cigarettes Work

When the user draws on the Electronic Cigarette:

1) A built-in sensor detects the inhalation
2) Microprocessor instantaneously activates the lithium ion battery
3) The battery charges the heater
4) Heater vaporizes the liquid nicotine held in vegetable glycerin
5) Simultaneously, the LED in the tip lights up, simulating burning
6) User gets the smoking experience, but with water vapor in place of smoke
Due to advanced micro-electronics, the entire process takes place in a fraction of a second making it virtually identical to what the user would experience with a traditional cigarette.

Birth of the “un-cigarette”

In 2003, a Chinese pharmacist named Hon Lik had one of those outside-the-box ideas that changes everything. Because of his professional training, he knew that it’s the 4000+ chemicals in tobacco smoke that have the potential to cause disease, not the nicotine.

In fact, contrary to what many people think, the nicotine in cigarettes is no more harmful to the human body than the caffeine in your morning coffee.

Hon Lik reasoned that if he could find a way for smokers to get the nicotine their bodies craved without inhaling tobacco smoke, he’d have a healthier product that people would line up to buy.

So he invented what he called an electronic cigarette, a device that allows users to inhale a nicotine-laced mist instead of tobacco smoke. Unlike their traditional counterparts, electronic cigarettes use absolutely no tobacco. Instead, nicotine is dissolved in a liquid solution (“juice” in industry jargon) that’s atomized into a mist.

“Like sucking on
a ballpoint pen”

Early versions of Hon Lik’s electronic cigarette worked just fine, but didn’t look anything like an actual cigarette. They were hard metal tubes that were uncomfortable to hold and cumbersome to use. One commentator wrote that using one of these devices was like sucking on a ballpoint pen.

This original design (which, amazingly, is still used by many competitors today) consists of three components: a battery, the cartridge containing the nicotine-laced juice, and a heating element called an atomizer.

Although this design continues to be sold by others, this configuration presents three major problems for users....

PROBLEM #1: The most obvious problem is that because of their size and weight, these devices are unwieldy and unsightly. (Many users say they’re embarrassed to use them in public.)

PROBLEM #2: The flavor cartridge that contains the nicotine has to be unscrewed and replaced when the original supply has been used up — a real annoyance for someone who needs a smoke NOW.

PROBLEM #3: The battery periodically needs to be recharged. In addition to being an inconvenience, the recharging procedure is a potential fire hazard.

Fortunately, the tech-savvy management at American Heritage International has not only overcome these problems, but slashed costs in the process…

Looks, feels, smokes like a traditional cigarette

American Heritage has solved these three big problems by redesigning the electronic cigarette. They combined the nicotine cartridge and the atomizer into a single unit called a cartomizer, which is made out of a soft, pliable material instead of hard plastic.

This not only lowers manufacturing costs, which translate into a lower sales price, it solves the three big problems consumers had with the older e-cigarette design…

SOLUTION #1: The e-cigarettes that American Heritage sells look, feel, and “smoke” like real cigarettes. Unlike competing products, they’re soft, like a traditional cigarette.

SOLUTION #2: American Heritage’s e-cigarettes are completely disposable. When the nicotine-laced “juice” is used up, the entire unit is thrown away. No need to unscrew and replace the nicotine cartridge. And as you’ll discover momentarily, the juice that American Heritage uses has some special properties that set it apart from most competitors.

SOLUTION #3: There’s also no need to recharge the battery since each e-cigarette contains its own battery.

In addition to overcoming the biggest problems consumers have with competitors’ e-cigarettes, American Heritage products are less expensive to manufacture, giving the company a pricing advantage without adversely affecting profit margins.

Someone using an American Heritage e-cigarette experiences the same puffing action and enjoys the same taste as he would with a traditional cigarette. In fact, because the LED at the tip of the e-cigarette glows when the user puffs on it, people watching often think the “smoker” is smoking a traditional cigarette until they realize there’s no odor or secondhand smoke.

A $2.5 Billion market that’s growing 400%

Although American Heritage is a recent entrant in the electronic cigarette business, its advanced technology gives it the potential to leapfrog competitors and rapidly gain a firm foothold in a market that’s growing at a phenomenal pace. (And as we’ll see momentarily, being the “new kid on the block” gives the company a strategic advantage.)

Electronic cigarettes have so many advantages over conventional smokes that they’re rapidly turning into Big Tobacco’s worst nightmare. In addition to eliminating the 4,000+ chemicals found in cigarette smoke, e-cigarettes…

Can be used in places where smoking is prohibited
Are completely odorless
Won’t stain the user’s teeth or fingers
Don’t cause “smokers breath”
Produce no ash and aren’t a fire hazard
Won’t annoy other people with secondhand smoke
Don’t subject the user to tar, carbon monoxide, or other carcinogenic substances found in smoke
Allow the user to control the amount of nicotine, providing a convenient way to quit smoking for those who wish to do so

And in addition to all these benefits, electronic cigarettes from American Heritage International are about 40% less expensive than conventional cigarettes!

We’re not supposed
to mention this, but…

(it’s something investors should know)

A federal court has ruled that e-cigarettes can’t be marketed as a smoking cessation aid without first obtaining formal FDA approval. But even though it’s illegal to claim e-cigarettes can help people quit smoking, millions of people buy these products for just that reason.

That shouldn’t be surprising considering the number of studies showing that electronic cigarettes can help smokers reduce or quit smoking.


American Heritage Announces its e-cigs are available at select Chevron, Exxon and 7-11 outlets



For example, Michael Siegel of the Boston University School of Public Health in a study published in April 2011 in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that electronic cigarettes “may hold promise as a smoking-cessation method.” Sixty-seven percent of smokers in that study reported smoking less after using e-cigarettes for six months, and nearly a third (31%) said they kicked the tobacco habit completely.

Another study published in the medical journal The Lancet showed that e-cigarettes are more effective than nicotine patches in helping smokers cut down or quit. Study participants were four times more likely to stick with e-cigarettes than patches.

Making it Easy to Quit

American Heritage offers e-cigarettes in three different strengths. Their “platinum” products provide the user with 24mg of nicotine, the same as a traditional tobacco-based cigarette. They also offer an 18mg and two 9mg products (one plain, one menthol).

This product lineup allows smokers who would like to quit to start with the 24mg version and then gradually reduce their nicotine intake by switching first to the 18mg version and then to one of the 9mg versions. The company is reportedly also planning to introduce a version that contains no nicotine at all for customers who enjoy the sensation of smoking, but want to kick the nicotine completely.

Actors Leonardo DiCaprio, Kathryn Heigl and Johnny Depp have all been spotted using an e-cigarette. So has singer-songwriter Bruno Mars. They’re just a few of the high-profile individuals who have helped make electronic cigarettes a mainstream product.

"You're blowing out water vapor, so you're not harming anyone around you and you're not harming yourself. I'm essentially humidifying the space."

Kathryn Heigl to David Letterman
during a Late Show appearance in 2010

High-profile individuals aren’t just using these products, they’re investing in them as well. For example, Sean Parker, co-founder of the music-sharing site Napster, and the first president of Facebook, recently invested $10 million in one of the privately owned electronic cigarette companies.

“As an entrepreneur and investor I'm drawn to disruptive companies in explosive new markets. The common thread between these companies is a missionary desire to leverage technology to change the world. I'm optimistic that the clever application of technology might someday obsolete the combustion cigarette and all the harm it causes."

Sean Parker, Silicon Valley
entrepreneur, first president of Facebook,
and co-founder of Napster,

Boston-based Fidelity Investments, which runs the well-known mutual fund family, recently invested $25 million in an electronic cigarette company.

So did Founders Fund, a San Francisco venture-capital fund started by PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel. Their investment is “only” about $5 million, far less than Fidelity’s, but proof of their belief in the profits waiting to be harvested from his new industry.

Homewood Capital, a New York investment fund headed by legendary investor Douglas Teitelbaum, is also getting into the act, plowing nearly $40 million into one of the privately owned e-cigarette companies.

These well-connected people are able to recognize the “next big thing” long before the public does. That’s why they’ve been quietly investing millions in the electronic cigarette companies for some time now.

Savvy investors would be well advised to follow their lead. If you lack their connections, you won’t be able to buy in to one of the privately owned companies. And, unfortunately, there are only a handful of publicly traded companies in which you can invest.

Keep reading to learn why American Heritage International (AHII) is the company I recommend for investors seeking to profit from the electronic cigarette boom.

Why Disposable
E-Cigarettes Are Better

Higher quality nicotine reservoir
Higher sell through conversion rates
Lower product return rates
Eliminate consumer error and confusion
Lower production cost
Lower retail price

COMPANY: American Heritage International


TARGET ENTRY: Buy within the $1-2 range

INVESTMENT THESIS: One of the few publicly traded e-cigarette pure plays. Currently undervalued as an operating company, but more valuable as an acquisition target.

SUGGESTED STRATEGY: Buy now while under the radar; sell half of holdings if stock doubles and retain remainder for possible additional gains.

POTENTIAL OUTCOME: Investing in one of the fastest growing industries, delivering huge returns, while making you rich in the process.

No wonder sales of e-cigarettes are exploding, going from zero in 2002 to $2.5 billion in 2013, with sales projected to grow to $10 billion in 2017. Bloomberg Industries predicts sales of e-cigarettes will exceed those of traditional cigarettes by 2047. Do the math and you’ll see the e-cigarette market is on track to grow by a whopping 400% in the next three years!

Why I think American Heritage should be the big winner

Products based on breakthrough technologies follow a familiar 3-step pattern.

STEP #1: The so-called early adopters pay premium prices for something that is considered cutting edge at the time, but which is soon superseded by something even better. Cell phones are a good example. Back in the late 1980s, people were spending close to a thousand dollars for a big, clumsy phone that we laugh at today.

STEP #2: During the break-out stage, high-profile individuals popularize the product, bringing it to the attention of the general public. (Think celebrities riding around Hollywood in a Prius, or in the case of electronic cigarettes, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kathryn Heigl and Johnny Depp using them in public or in a movie/television show.)

STEP #3: A product enters the mainstream phase when someone comes up with a refinement that makes it better and more affordable, changing it from something potential customers might consider buying to something they must have. For example, the original flat screen televisions were expensive plasma units only the wealthy could afford. Now we have LED units that are priced at a fraction of what the older units sold for.

History tells us that the big winner in this process (in addition to consumers) is the company that comes up with the refinement in Step #3, not the company (or companies) that originally pioneered the breakthrough and sold to the early adopters.

In the burgeoning e-cigarette market American Heritage International (AHII) is the Step #3 innovator, producing a product that, as we saw above, is not only much more convenient, but less expensive.

Let your competitors
blaze a trail for you

You might be inclined to think that as a new entrant in the electronic cigarette business, American Heritage is at a disadvantage, forced to catch up with more established competitors. But the opposite is actually the case.

Nobody knew what an electronic cigarette was when the product first appeared on American shores. The companies that introduced these early versions spent millions of dollars to generate public awareness and convince potential customers that electronic cigarettes are superior to their tobacco-based counterparts.

But every dollar those companies spent to generate public awareness of the product was one less dollar they had to build brand loyalty. Today, e-cigarettes are widely accepted, but most consumers aren’t loyal to any particular brand.

While all this was going on, American Heritage was quietly investing in technology, perfecting their disposable electronic cigarette that’s superior to many of its competitors’ products for the reasons I explained above — and less expensive to boot!

The company is already generating sales through its website, and has recently announced that it secured placement of its American Heritage™ brand of disposable, premium electronic cigarettes in an initial 400 US stores. As distribution grows, I think the stock will begin to climb higher and higher.

I’ll tell you more about my strategy for the stock in just a moment. But first, let’s look at another reason why I think AHII is the stock to buy right now…

Safe, natural, made in America

Most of the e-cigarette companies import their juice (the nicotine-laced liquid that’s atomized into the mist that users inhale) from China, where it’s produced in conditions that are somewhat less sanitary than what we’ve come to expect here in the U.S. Some of this imported juice has been found to contain impurities like formaldehyde, which is commonly used in embalming fluid, anti-freeze, and brake fluid.

The juice in American Heritage e-cigarettes is made right here in the U.S. The main ingredient is safe, natural glycerin, which is derived from plants and has been used for decades in a wide range of products, including many foods, without any problems.

Many other e-cigarette companies use propylene glycol instead of glycerin. This is a man-made chemical with a number of reported side effects, ranging from sore throats to muscle aches to nasty bouts of diarrhea.

American Heritage should clearly have the upper hand with safety-conscious buyers, people who seek out products made with natural ingredients, and those who prefer American made products.

So, to summarize…

7 reasons to invest in American Heritage (AHII) stock

As a starting point, let me make it clear that investing in small companies in new industries can lead to huge rewards, but carries a certain amount of risk. So be sure to do your own due diligence. That having been said, I think American Heritage is the way to play the explosive growth in the electronic cigarette business for the following reasons…

REASON #1: Auspicious Timing. Earlier entrants spent millions to generate product awareness, allowing American Heritage to focus on creating a better product and building brand loyalty.

REASON #2: Superior Products. Instead of hard metal tubes, their soft e-cigarettes look, feel, and taste like actual cigarettes.

American Heritage sells four versions of its electronic cigarette: “platinum” contains 24mg of nicotine (about the same amount as a traditional cigarette), “red tobacco” with 18 mg of nicotine, “cobalt classic” with 9 mg., and “emerald,” a 9mg menthol version.

REASON #3: Ease of Use. With American Heritage products, there’s no need to refill a nicotine cartridge or recharge a battery. When the nicotine runs out the e-cigarette is discarded. Each American Heritage e-cigarette provides the same number of smokes as about 40 traditional cigarettes.

REASON #4: Less Expensive. Even though the company’s products are disposable, they’re still less expensive than most other e-cigarettes on a per-smoke basis, and about 40% less than the cost of their tobacco-based counterparts.

REASON #5: Natural Ingredients. American Heritage uses all natural, food-grade vegetable glycerin, not the propylene glycol most competitors use.

REASON #6: Made in the U.S.A. American Heritage makes its juice in sanitary facilities here in the U.S. instead of importing it from China.

REASON #7: A Prime Acquisition Target. Here’s why early shareholders could make a killing…

Big Tobacco’s acquisition target

Electronic cigarettes pose a major challenge to the tobacco industry. The fact that sales of e-cigarettes are exploding, going from zero in 2002 to $2.5 Billion in 2013 is proof of that. And by 2047, sales of e-cigarettes are projected to exceed those of their tobacco-based counterparts.

Of course, Big Tobacco isn’t about to take this threat lying down. These companies see the handwriting on the wall, and they realize the best way to respond is to embrace electronic cigarettes rather than fight them. After all, if the tobacco companies were to convert all their customers to e-cigarette users, their profits would most likely increase.

I think there’s a very good chance one of the Big Tobacco companies could make a play for American Heritage to secure the company’s advanced technology and brand lineup, driving the share price potentially much higher.

In many cases, large organizations will pay a substantial acquisition premium if they seek to augment their product line or offer a complimentary service… The acquisition premium paid for microcap companies was more than double that paid for large cap companies

— excerpted from Opportunities for Alpha: Exploring Microcap Equity,
a March 2013 study by RBC Global Asset Management

While its possible that Big Tobacco could develop their own electronic cigarettes in-house, I predict that they’ll go the acquisition route for three reasons:

Speed: Given the breathtaking growth of the e-cigarette business, the tobacco companies are going to want to stake out a position as quickly as possible. One of them could start buying shares of AHII tomorrow, and end up with a controlling interest long before they could develop a competing product in-house.
Money: Even if AHII shares move significantly higher than their current trading range, it would be far less expensive to buy American Heritage than to commit millions of dollars to R&D.
Expertise: Big Tobacco has extensive experience with tobacco, but electronic cigarettes don’t use tobacco, they use microelectronics. To develop their own e-cigarettes, the tobacco companies would need massive changes to their R&D departments.

Recent events suggest my prediction is on the mark. Lorillard, the smallest of the three Big Tobacco companies, paid $135 million for a company selling the old-fashioned three-component e-cigarette.

If a tobacco company will pay that kind of money for technology that’s on its way to becoming obsolete, how much would one pay for American Heritage, which sells what many consider one of the best electronic cigarettes in the business?

Microcap madness can make you rich

Microcap stocks like American Heritage are capable of mind-boggling moves, often in just a few days. To demonstrate how much money you can make with these stocks, I ran a screen for microcaps experiencing a price increase of at least 50% in the last five days.

My screen turned up 61 stocks. Here are the top five stocks, their percentage gain (in only five days!), and how much $1,000 invested in each stock would have grown to in that five-day period:

Stock (symbol) % Gain $ Gain
Tibet Pharmaceuticals (TBET) 4,900% $49,000
Meridian Co. Ltd (MRDAF) 1,400% $14,000
Puda Coal (PUDA) 900% $9,000
Intl Packaging (IPLO) 564% $5,640

Thomas Group (TGISQ)

550% $5,500


These outsized moves are often (perhaps, almost always) driven by events like announcement of a new product, a management change or acquisition rumors.

Sometimes it takes more than 5 days
for a microcap stock to gain at least 50%

Number of 50%+ Gainers Time Period
61........................................ the last 5 days
115........................................ the last month
290........................................ the last 3 months
601........................................ the last 6 months

1,088........................................ the last 12 months


Now, let me make it clear that I’m not suggesting American Heritage International stock will climb 4,900% in five days. The truth is, I have no idea how high it will go, and neither does anyone else.

What I do know is that when a microcap stock attracts the attention of investors, whether individuals like you or a potential suitor like one of the big tobacco companies, a buying frenzy begins. Volume soars and the price begins to spiral upward.

This attracts still more buyers, which pushes the price even higher. This might last a few days, a week, a month, or even longer. When the dust settles, the stock price is often substantially higher than when the buying frenzy began.

My strategy for playing AHII is to buy shares now (in the $1 - $2 range) while the company is still flying under the radar of most investors, and then wait for it to attract attention. If the stock doubles (which, in my opinion, is a very real possibility), I would sell half and recoup my original investment. Then I would hang on to the rest of my holdings and see how events play out. If the stock continues to climb, I continue to make money. And if it doesn’t, I’m not out anything since at that point I’ve already recouped my original investment.

Before you invest, please do your due diligence. A good place to start is by visiting American Heritage’s website at I think you’ll agree that by adding a few thousand shares of AHII to your portfolio is a wise move that could pay big returns!

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P.S. One additional point: most of the companies in the fast-growing electronic cigarette business are privately owned. There are only a handful of publicly traded companies in which you can invest. I’ve looked at all of them and, in my opinion, American Heritage (AHII) is the only one that provides a reasonable risk/reward profile as a stand-alone operating company. I also think it’s the company most likely to be acquired by one of the big tobacco companies.