IT’S A BULL MARKET IN SMARTPHONES

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Today’s chart shows a tech leader in a powerful uptrend…

With the coronavirus keeping folks away from each other, many of us rely on our devices more than ever. We already used our smartphones often to keep in touch with friends and family, go shopping, and order food… But this year, with social distancing and stay-at-home orders, our phones were sometimes our only options. It’s one more tailwind for this popular cellphone maker…

Apple (AAPL) makes the iPhone and numerous other electronics and accessories. Apple’s lineup of interconnected devices, linked with the company’s exclusive software, keeps customers loyal. The company saw sales fall sharply in February as coronavirus hit China, a big Apple market… But sales were already back up in March and continued improving in April.

AAPL shares are up more than 70% over the past year despite the coronavirus crash. They just hit a new all-time high. Apple’s devices and software have become necessities for much of the world, and customers will keep coming back for more…

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The $5.7 Billion Device Inside Apple’s New 5G iPhone

Take a look at this tiny device.

It doesn’t look like much.

But this incredible little device will be a key component of every single new 5G phone released in the coming year.

And one company has a virtual monopoly on it.

If you don’t have at least a small stake in this company you’re likely to get left behind as 5G gains momentum.

We’ve seen it happen before.

At the time, Nokia was a worldwide leader in wireless devices. As the 4G network was rolled out in 2012 and 2013, shares spiked more than 400%.

But the 5G roll-out promises to be much much bigger than 4G, and this tiny device will be an absolutely key component. The potential here is hard to fathom.

The problem for most people is they’re looking in the wrong places when it come to 5G.

They’re looking at the phone manufacturers, the companies involved in building infrastructure, or the wireless carriers themselves.

You can’t blame them.

Most people simply don’t realize that every wireless network roll-out in history has followed a very predictable three-phase pattern.

Right now we’re moving from phase one to phase two.You can see it in the headlines.

Verizon just released their coverage maps. Qualcomm just announced that 450 million 5G phones will ship in 2021. And as of writing 35 US cities have at least some 5G coverage already live.

5G is coming.

And according to Jeff Brown, the investment script is plain as day.

Jeff Brown worked at the executive level for Qualcomm during the move from 3G to 4G.

Brown, a 27-year veteran of Silicon Valley has worked at the executive level for some of the hottest companies in the world, including NXP Semiconductors and Qualcomm. In fact he was at Qualcomm during the move from 3G to 4G.

Jeff gave a rare presentation earlier this year called “The #1 Tech Stock for 2020”.

In it he revealed the tiny little device mentioned above, and the incredible impact it will have on the markets over the coming year.

If you are interested in hearing more about this device and the predictable three-phases every network rollout follows, I’ll send you a recording of this presentation right now, for free.

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