American Aires Inc. (CSE:WIFI) is Rich’s First Big Pick of 2020

American Aires

RichTV Live is all about bringing you new and exciting picks before they explode. While today’s pick—the first of the new year—has already seen some impressive growth, this could just be the beginning for American Aires Inc. (CSE:WIFI).

Since its IPO on November 7, WIFI has grown from $0.28 to $0.61. That’s an incredible 118% increase in value in just two months. Despite this success, American Aires seems to be a relatively unknown company.

“I’ve never heard anybody talk about this company, but they need to be on your radar,” says Rich. Let’s get right into it.

American Aires Offers Leading EMR Protection

American Aires is an Ontario-based nanotechnology company. It is focused on the research, development, and implementation of innovative technology solutions that eliminate the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

EMR is emitted from cell phones, cordless phones, baby monitors, tablets, smart TVs, PCs, laptops, microwave ovens, and internet routers. As more and more people use these kinds of devices for longer durations, the exposure to EMR—which is potentially dangerous to a user’s health—increases.

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“I don’t think a lot of people understand that our phones are potentially dangerous,” explains Rich.

American Aires has developed a technology that restructures and transforms electromagnetic field haze. Its EMR solutions convert the radiation into a more biologically compatible form, thus reducing its harmful effects.

The research and development of WIFI products take place in state-of-the-art labs and are conducted by an expert research team. These products also undergo rigorous testing to ensure safety and effectiveness and have been the subject of several research papers and studies to back up these tests.

To date, approximately $20 million USD has been invested in the R&D for American Aires products.

New Dangers Presented by 5G

In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified mobile phone radiation as Group 2B “possibly carcinogenic.”

That means that there “could be some risk” of cell phones causing cancer. More research is needed to understand these risks further, but in the meantime, American Aires products already protect users from the potentially carcinogenic effects of EMR.

What’s most concerning, however, is that at higher frequencies, EMR exposure increases. And the forthcoming fifth-generation (5G) of mobile devices will operate at a much higher frequency than 4G. Up to 40 times higher, in fact!

This means that now is a more important time than ever before to protect against EMR.

American Aires is Positioned Like No Other

At its IPO, WIFI issued 25.2 million shares priced at 30 cents, raising $7,560,000. This should be more than enough money to execute on its business plan, which is to expand sales and distribution of its unique technology.

According to Ron Struthers of Streetwise Reports, one potential outcome for American Aires is that it will be bought out by a major mobile device company like Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Samsung (OTC:SSNLF), or Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL). Another likely outcome is large licensing fees or joint ventures with these companies.

For now, though, WIFI continues to increase in value, and no one but RichTV Live is talking about it.

If you liked this article, be sure to check out RichTV Live’s top five stock successes of 2019.

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