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Mike Casson is an experienced serial entrepreneur and capital markets specialist. He was an equity partner in a FINRA broker-dealer and while on the sell-side held multiple securities licenses including Series 65, registered investment adviser. Mike holds a Marketing Degree from Southern Methodist University (SMU in Dallas, TX) and is a self-proclaimed evangelist for carefully researched micro and small-cap investment opportunities, especially those available to individual investors. He publishes several investment newsletters, is market-sector agnostic and is a proud U.S. Army veteran.

Dear Reader,

Mike Casson here.

In all the years I’ve covered microcaps and watched small companies grow into giants…

I’ve seldom seen an opportunity so immense as the one you’ve stumbled upon today!

Like David teaming up with Goliath… It almost defies belief.

In one corner…

You have the uncontested heavyweight champ of the AI world:

Microsoft, standing in at a towering $2.92 trillion. One of the only multi-trillion-dollar companies on the planet to ever exist.[1]

In the other corner…

A small company… one that is less than .00001% the size of its elder… at this writing, a mere $15 million.

Yet rather than fight it out for competing market share in the AI space…

Microsoft has added this company into their global ecosystem[2] because as software experts themselves, they realize this tiny, under-the-radar company has done something extraordinary…

As I’ll show you in a moment…

This boutique software developer could single-handedly add TRILLIONS to the bottom line of not only Microsoft…

But other Fortune 100 Companies…

And over 70% of the businesses in the world!*[3]

And whether you’re a techie or not – it’s pretty obvious: any time a company can make more money… they take it.

To say this opportunity is immense… would be an understatement.

Microsoft is essentially opening their entire client list to this tiny software firm.

Which is why if I had to pick a single tiny company that could be on the verge of greatness…

This would be it.

And best of all, it’s priced at less than one of these[4]:

That’s not a typo:

For less than 25 cents, you can potentially get in on a company as it joins Microsoft’s ecosystem and spreads globally.

But only if you do your homework soon.

Meaning if you’re interested, get something handy to write with… because I’m going to give you the name of the company.

Though it probably won’t be long before it’s a name you start hearing everywhere.

Of course, you might be wondering…

Why haven’t you heard about something this big?

Well, that’s simple. This tiny company is still so under the radar…

It doesn’t have a single Wall Street analyst covering it. As far as I know, I might be the only person on the internet to be breaking the story on the potential of this company.

Meaning you might have beaten Wall Street to the punch by catching wind of this major Microsoft deal.

Not only that…

The reason you and so many others don’t know about it… is this stock is still deep in what I call “microcap territory.”

I think Microcaps are often the best time to invest in a stock.*

They’re still relatively unknown. They haven’t reached hundreds of millions of dollars in valuations.

Yet if they have a great product… their growth potential is essentially limitless… they’re basically like powder kegs with a pre-lit fuse.

For instance…

Take a company you’re familiar with:


There was a time this company was just a $50 million microcap.[5]

It was so tiny… Blockbuster actually passed on buying it… because they didn’t see the potential.[6] They thought it was stupid.

Of course, now the idea of getting into our car and driving to a video store to get a movie now seems stupid to say the least.

And Netflix was obviously a GENIUS idea even at its earliest phases.

But look at when Netflix was a 47-cent stock in 2002… a mere microcap.[7]

It’s risen over 54,000% since then.[8]

540 times investors’ money… enough to turn $2,500 into more than a MILLION dollars!*[9]

Or consider another big name that was once a microcap that I know you’re familiar with:

NVIDIA. Did you know that before it was a trilliondollar name it was a mere 35 cents a share in 1999.

That’s right, at one point NVIDIA was just a small microcap stock… with a big idea at the time: making computers more powerful to accomplish MORE tasks.

Looking back now – it’s obvious what a great idea it was, even then.

The stock is up more than 229,000%.*[10]

Another millionaire maker stock, for those who invested a mere thousand bucks.[11]

This is why I at least consider owning micro-cap stocks. Every company started somewhere!

Even the mighty Amazon… was 7 cents in 1997.

Yes, even Amazon at one point was a microcap company with a crazy idea to, wait for it… sell things… on the internet.

And it’s up over 200,000% since then! Minting countless millionaires.[12]

What’s difficult of course… is finding the RIGHT microcaps.

In my experience, and just like these examples I’ve shown you, they tend to have some things in common:

  • First, they’re run by world class CEOs…
  • They have wide moats with patents to protect their products.
  • Not only that but they’re breaking into a market that’s experiencing rapid growth – meaning right place, right time
  • They have a KILLER product that people want
  • And they can get it to a HUGE total addressable market.

That’s really what makes a great microcap.

I want a company that meets all of these.

I can tell you I think this microcap I’ve discovered checks all of these boxes and more!

Like I said before…

There’s a reason Microsoft vetted this company, despite its small size…

Microsoft has arguably some of the greatest developers and coders in the world. So, for its team to look at the ins and outs of this microcap’s product, including its IP and model, and give it the thumbs up to include in their ecosystem is huge.

But then again, this tiny stock is a world class company…

It’s led by a management team with not only a deep understanding of software… but one who has successfully launched 6 separate companies.

4 of which were acquired through M&A means for a total of $200 million.[13]

$200 million has passed through these founders’ businesses!

And more importantly, the CEO building this company sold his first company to Microsoft.[14]

Which tells me, this leadership team knows what they’re doing when it comes to building companies for successful exits.

Of course, $200M is a drop in the bucket to what the AI landscape is offering…

But still, that figure garners respect: the deals they facilitated are more than 10x the size of the current company.

If they were to sell now… and close a fifth deal…

I have no doubt this could be an easy win for investors…

But what I find far more interesting than a buyout is… they’ve positioned themselves for growth by teaming up with Microsoft to sell their software.[15]

Microsoft is a trillion-dollar name.

And rightfully so, they’re the BIGGEST name in AI right now arguably, outside NVIDIA.

The fact they’ve chosen to bring this tiny firm into the fold speaks volumes to the quality of their tech.

But in my view, this is what Microsoft does. They find tiny, innovative companies and partner or acquire to grow their empire.[16]

Goliath always wins if he teams up with David. And that’s exactly what I see here.

By building his company with a wide moat of patents… this CEO was smart.

And the company has even more patents on the way in 2024.[17]

Everything could be trending up for this company… including their KILLER product, which I believe could act as a sort of “master key” if you will for AI software around the world.[18]

It’s truly an incredible product… and you don’t even need to be a computer geek to understand why it’s going to be a game changer.

For instance, have you ever done something hard around the house or at work… then someone walked past your shoulder and just said “Oh hey have you ever tried it this way?”

And then suddenly…

You realize you’ve been doing it THE HARD WAY and there was an easier way the entire time?

That’s exactly what this software does: It’s like a personal assistant who helps you get better.[19]

It literally reduces human error. Giving back hours that we’d spend fixing mistakes and cleaning up.

And it does this specifically with software recognizing tasks you do repeatedly… and when it catches a common mistake, the AI will ask “Hey, have you tried this better way?”

So just imagine all the tasks you do on a daily basis and this software could help you do it better, faster and with less error.

Maybe it’s managing your calendar. Or your monthly budget. Planning your commute. Picking up your family. It will be able to find kinks in your everyday system.

On a personal level, that could save you some money every month… save you some time in the car or doing around the house chores.

Now zoom out…

Think of all the repetitive tasks that take place at Fortune 500 companies like these:[20]

You have Wal-Mart on there…

Or Home Depot…

Plenty of name brand companies.

But the biggest benefactors of this technology? Software developers…which is no doubt why Microsoft selected them.

This AI software will be used to aid developers, like the folks building the websites of these companies and their online presence.

On average, it saves developers 8 hours a week. That’s 17 days a year PER EMPLOYEE![21]

Now, if you ask any CEO on Earth… if he could get an extra 17 days of productivity out of its developers… all thanks to AI…

You can imagine how they’re going to respond. A resounding yes!

But that’s not all this AI does…

The software also helps them reduce errors by nearly half.[22]

These metrics add up to a jaw-dropping figure when you consider:

  • Apple has 34 million software developers. These people would be getting back collectively… thousands of years of productivity.[23]
  • Microsoft alone generates 30,000 bugs a month…[24]
  • Amazon’s Alexa learns somewhere between 10 and 20 THOUSAND new commands a month.[25]

Imagine how much these mega companies can increase their productivity and their margins… all thanks to this tiny firm’s AI software.

They could potentially add billions to their bottom line… Trillions even.*

Further, companies that are developing ways to make employees more efficient are getting acquired for HUGE valuations.

Making early investors pretty happy.

Just consider…

Trello, a project management software, was acquired recently for $425 million. That’s a price tag more than 200x the size of Railtown.[26]

Slack, a company you may be familiar with, is essentially a chatroom for workers.

And it was acquired for $27.7 billion.[27]

That means big companies are looking to acquire innovative firms providing solutions at this level. Companies just like the one I’m so excited about.

And when the technology is as vetted as this, it doesn’t get much better than this.

That’s because in order to achieve Microsoft Co-Sell Status, Microsoft had to take a look under the hood of this firm.

That means arguably the best tech engineers on the planet vetted their tech and agreed it met Microsoft’s standards.[28]

A 15-million-dollar David meeting the standards of 3-trillion-dollar Goliath is a green light to any investor!

That is why I am following this tiny company so closely.

Coupled with the immense growth and valuations in the AI space…this could be my best find yet. 

McKinsey estimates AI will add $4.4 trillion to the bottom line in corporate profits. And that’s not just this year–that’s every single year.[29]*

And it will only grow from there.

According to the US Census Bureau…

Last year, only 4% of companies reported using any kind of AI.[30]

Think about that… if you still think you’ve missed the boat on AI…

Imagine if only 4% of the businesses in America were using the internet.

It’s almost impossible to imagine.

Imagine if only 4% of Americans were using smartphones.

The flip phone era is almost looked at like the stone age by most these days!

And that is exactly how it will feel for AI.

In just a few short years it will be everywhere.

Soon 40% of businesses will be using it.

Then 80%.

100% of businesses could be using it in some form or another before 2030.*

I know if I have the chance to get in early on an AI company that could help unlock trillions in productivity…

For 25 cents a share…

I’d certainly be talking to my broker.

Because this could be the only chance I’m going to get for the mega growth of AI stocks.*[31]

So, if you have something handy to write with…

Or if you just want to pull out your phone and save it to your watchlist…

Here is the full ticker symbol and reveal of my favorite AI software microcap (REVEALED!)

The company name is Railtown AI and the ticker symbol is RLAIF. And as of this writing, the price is still less than 25 cents a share.[32]

So, consider doing your homework while they are less than 25 cents.*

Here is the full ticker symbol and reveal of my favorite AI software microcap (REVEALED!)

This impressive microcap company has a first-mover advantage with its custom-built AI engine – the Application General Intelligence™ Platform. [52]

The company’s internally built Machine Learning Engine enables Railtown’s platform to help clients be more productive and profitable by providing timely mission-critical insights and automating the performance of repetitive tasks.

The Application General Intelligence™ Platform also provides the foundation that will enable third-party users to customize the Railtown platform and create new software solutions without the need for writing or understanding the underlying code.[54]

This is a big plus! Low-code and no-code development platforms have the potential to reduce app development time by 90%.[55]

Having a no-code virtual developer could elevate Railtown AI to a developer platform, unlocking potential unicorn-level opportunities.*[56]

Just consider this: after launching its App Directory allowing 3rd party developers to build their own workflows and apps, Slack was acquired by Salesforce for $27 billion.[57]

Similarly, Trello was acquired for $425 million after launching its platform allowing 3rd party developers to build and distribute their own platform extensions.[58]

All this makes Railtown AI (RLAIF) a comprehensive solution for development teams looking to optimize their workflows and accelerate project timelines.

Now, if you’ve been looking into AI for a while (or are just dipping your toes in the water), I have a warning for you…

Here is the full ticker symbol and reveal of my favorite AI software microcap (REVEALED!)

The company name is Railtown AI and the ticker symbol is RLAIF. And as of this writing, the price is still less than 25 cents a share.[32] So, consider doing your homework while they are less than 25 cents.*
In my line of work, I hear from folks who are still kicking themselves for missing out on the spoils of the first-generation Dot-Com Boom. Nothing stings like a missed opportunity… That’s why I believe the time to uncover the growth potential in the AI revolution is NOW.*

4 Reasons Why I’m Keeping Railtown AI on My Watchlist

I’ll start with what I consider the most pressing reason to look into this company… and that’s the trillion-dollar partner they have in their corner…


Microsoft, a trillion-dollar AI giant, vetted Railtown AI’s tech, a small but innovative software company, and added it to their ecosystem. Railtown AI’s software is now available to over half the businesses in the world.


Railtown AI’s software has the capability to enhance productivity and reduce errors for 95% of Fortune 100 companies and over 70% of businesses globally, potentially adding trillions to their bottom line.*


Similar to early-stage successes like Netflix, NVIDIA, and Amazon, Railtown AI presents a microcap investment opportunity with exponential growth potential in the burgeoning AI sector.


Led by a CEO with a track record of successful business ventures, Railtown AI boasts a strong management team and strategic vision, evident in its 4 successful exits. Plus, the CEO has already sold a business to Microsoft![33]

Now before you go rushing off and backing up the truck on this stock…

It’s important to remember this company is tiny. So, if you expect it to go from 15 million… to a billion dollars overnight… well you’re being pretty unrealistic with yourself.*[34]

It will take time to grow into the massive sector of AI.

At a minimum they could grow 37% year after year, from now until 2030… Meaning the AI market will double every 2 and half years.[35]*

That number can potentially go even higher if it reaches its full $200 TRILLION potential.[36]

Having the opportunity to get in on a company like this…

As its product launches globally…

This could be like a comet passing by Earth.

But time is of the essence…

The AI industry isn’t slowing down. And undervalued companies like Railtown AI could be at the right place at the right time.

This could be one of the last chances to see Railtown AI at these levels.

Given that there’s possibly over $200 trillion coming to this sector, this could be a transformative company.

Just consider how $100 in some of the BIGGEST companies in the world when they were microcaps like Railtown AI… would have resulted in a tidy windfall.*

  • When AMZN was a microcap and $0.30 cents per share… $100 turned into $45,000.[37]
  • When AAPL was $0.28 cents… $100 turned into $79,000[38]
  • When NVDA was $0.39 cents… $100 turned into $145,174[39]

This could be another future winner – especially with how important software is to technology.

I know I’m personally going to keep following Railtown for a long time and consider adding it to my long-term holdings.

Mainly because I know I’ll kick myself if I don’t at least put a couple bucks in it at some point.*

So, if you’re still interested, take a look at Railtown (RLAIF).

And hold on tight!

Good Investing,

– Mike Casson |


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[9] $2,500 x 540 = $1,350,000

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[11] 2290 x $1000 = $2,290,000


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