Apple’s New iPhone Could Kickstart a US$12.3 Trillion Market
By: Rex Moore
The countdown has begun.
Analysts at The Motley Fool believe that in the coming months… An announcement will begin “Phase 2” of the world’s next game-changing technology.
Estimates for “Phase 2” growth are quite astounding, with the potential for 18X growth in just 2020 alone… And potentially 60X growth by the end of 2023!
Experts predict that once “Phase 2” begins, this technology could reach US$12.3 TRILLION in global sales activity and create an estimated 22.3 million new jobs…
From there, the technology could propel revolutionary trends like:
• Self-driving cars
• The Internet of Things
• Artificial Intelligence
But, before I go any further, allow me to explain why…
I’m confident 2020 may go down as one of the most transformative year in technology history.
Across our lives we’ve seen some world-changing technologies… the Internet, smartphones, and e-commerce, to name a few.
But I’m confident, once I’ve detailed the impacts of “Phase 2”… The idea that 2020 could prove more transformative than any year of our lives won’t even be a controversial statement!
This new technology appears to be a game changer for investors, and that technology is, and I know you’ve probably been hearing bits and pieces about it for months, is 5G. The fifth generation of cellular technology and to date, it’s never really amounted to much has it?
My research trip to CES in January has convinced me the time is now. It seems everywhere I turned 5G was somewhere in sight. In the virtual and augmented reality booths, medical tech, the Internet of Things and automobiles. These industries and many more are relying on 5G’s lightning speed to help propel them forward.
As 5G replaces 4G on your phone, PC Magazine says instead of 7 minutes to download an HD movie, you’ll be able to do it in 6 seconds. With that in mind, look what’s happened in the tech world roughly every 10 years.
2G allowed us to go digital with text messaging and pictures. 3G brought mobile internet access and video calls. And 4G brought gaming and mobile TV. 5G could usher in another tech revolution and we might not see anything like it for another 10 years. Now you’re beginning to see why 5G has been called one of the greatest arrivals in technology since the birth of the internet itself.
Let me tell you why I think 5G’s “Phase 2” will kick off in a few weeks, much like Apple helped kick off Phase 2 for the smartphone wave. I believe Apple may also be the key for 5G.
That’s because my prediction has been Apple would release a 5G iPhone in 2020. Sure enough, as that date nears, the company’s plans are slowly leaking out to the media. I have a hard time believing 5G isn’t going to be splashed across the front page of nearly every business page in America, and this is why I think it’s smart to have your plans in place before then.
But what to invest in? Well, here is the twist, and one that I think is great for small investors like us. While a lot of people are eyeing some of the more obvious names including Samsung, Verizon and Apple, here’s why I think the smart money is doing something different, and that’s homing in on smaller stocks that are out of the public eye and that serve the 5G industry in a unique way that few if any can replicate.
Our insights and recommendations have led many investors to some of the most life-changing investment returns the market has ever seen. I’m talking about companies like:
• Shopify (up 3,684%)
• MercadoLibre (up 962%)
• Veeva Systems (up 808%)
• Kinaxis (up 475%)
So if you want to learn about the 5G stock we are most excited about BEFORE we believe Apple is set to release a 5G iPhone, BEFORE the projected 18-fold growth this market could experience by the end of 2020, BEFORE 5G reaches a FRACTION of its projected US$12.3 trillion impacts across the economy, then simply enter your email address below to learn more today.
Returns as of July 22, 2020. David Gardner owns shares of MercadoLibre. Iain Butler owns shares of Shopify. Rex Moore owns shares of MercadoLibre, Shopify, and Veeva Systems. Tom Gardner owns shares of Shopify. The Motley Fool owns shares of MercadoLibre, Shopify, and Veeva Systems. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. Past performance is not a predictor of future results. Individual investment results may vary. All investing involves risk of loss.