On August 2, 2018, Apple Inc. became the first American company to cross the threshold of $1 trillion in market value.
That’s a “1” with 12 zeros after it.
Apple’s crossing of that mark was a big, hyped event that made all the major news outlets.
Less hyped was the fact that four other companies were hot on Apple’s heels in the race to join the $1 trillion club. Amazon surged past that market cap on September 4, and other companies with a good shot of being worth over $1 trillion were Alphabet (Google’s parent), Microsoft, and the Chinese social media/entertainment company Tencent Holdings (TCEHY).
Think about that list for a moment. There’s no car maker on it. No big manufacturer like General Electric. There’s no oil company, no mining company, no steel company, and no banking company.
The market has spoken. Technology — with its ability to create smartphones, software, time-saving apps, social media platforms, entertainment, online shopping experiences, and the like — is now the most dominant, most valued part of our economy. Tech entrepreneurs and investors are making fortunes as a result.
If Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft are the tallest skyscrapers — the commanding heights of our “economic city” — it is no exaggeration to say their foundations rest on the bedrock of our communications grid… aka “the internet.” Without this bedrock, those skyscrapers crash to the ground.
As you read this, the next trillion-dollar companies — the next Amazon, the next Google, etc. — are being hatched in research facilities and garages around the world. These firms will change the world and revolutionize our economy. If you follow technology the least little bit, you know what fields these companies are operating in: self-driving cars, artificial intelligence, virtual reality/augmented reality, mobile payments, and the Internet of Things.
Just like how the businesses of Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft can’t function without the internet, the next generation of world-changing, $1 trillion mega winners can’t survive without the subject of this report. Let’s talk about the bedrock our future will rest on… and how to get rich owning it.
“The underlying foundation or basic framework (as of a system or organization).”
That’s the definition of “infrastructure” according to Merriam-Webster. Today, we’re talking about the infrastructure of not only our lives but of the 21st-century global economy.
From smoke signals to homing pigeons to the Pony Express, telegraphs and telephones, there has been strong demand for better and faster communications for thousands of years. Call it the thousand-year bull market, which I can see continuing for another 1,000 years.
But we don’t need to think that far ahead. We are fortunate enough to be living at a time when the next great leap in technology and communications is unfolding as we speak, and this is going to be the biggest one yet.
All you have to do is think about our lives to see how technology has become increasingly important over the last century. Take technology away and almost everything collapses. If that’s not the definition of infrastructure, I don’t know what is. It used to be roads, and now it’s the information super-highway.
That has become truer than ever over the last 25 years as the internet moved from government and academia to commercial networks and enterprises. It is now everywhere, from our computers to our clothes dryers to our cars. Investors who recognized this trend in the 1980s and 1990s and owned the best internet infrastructure stocks made a ton of money.
Intel, for example, was the leader in semiconductors. Those chips were a big part of the foundation, and the stock soared more than 3,500% in the 1990s.
Applied Materials was the company that made the equipment that made all of those chips. Return in the 1990s: more than 6,150%.
Then there was Cisco, the king of communications and networking equipment. This stock went from under $1 per share in the early 1990s to $43 by the end of the decade for life-changing returns of nearly 34,000%. (The stock took off so much in the late 1990s that you can see how the higher prices on the y axis are mushed together.)
We are now on the verge of a new infrastructure that will not only make communications faster but enable the next generation of technological innovations across the world. And similar to the 1990s, smart investors again have huge opportunities for life-changing profits.
The path to the 5G wireless communications network began 45 years ago.
On Tuesday, April 3, 1973, Martin Cooper, a senior engineer at Motorola, stood on Sixth Avenue in Manhattan. He was about to make the first cell phone call in history, and he was nervous about whether it would work.
Martin didn’t call a family member, friend or even a co-worker. Instead, he called his chief competitor, Dr. Joel Engle at Bell Labs. The two had been in a race to get to this day first.
“Joel, this is Marty,” he said. “I’m calling you from a cell phone, a real handheld personal cell phone.”
Consider those the first words in the mobile communications revolution.
Mobile phones were introduced to the public nearly a decade later, and by the 1980s, cell phones were creeping into the cars of wealthier individuals. The first devices weighed a couple of pounds and were bigger than your head — they are referred to as “bricks” for a reason — but they did what had never been done before.
The first generation of mobile technology kicked off the trend toward an increasingly connected world. (By the way, if you owned Motorola stock at that time, you could have made 330% between 1975 and 2000.)
The second generation of networks (2G and 2.5G) came along in the 1990s. They gave us the ability to text, another step forward in communication. We now take texting for granted, and indeed a lot of people text more than they make actual phone calls.
The move into the new millennium was accompanied by the upgrade to 3G, which brought major advances in the speed and capabilities of cellular networks. With the third generation, devices were able to access broadband technology, which made possible entertainment, web browsing and shopping on a mobile device. There is now a generation of people who find it hard to believe that 20 years ago there was no Amazon app to instantly reorder your toilet paper.
Just as semiconductors were part of the infrastructure for the internet, they were also the backbone of the move to 3G. As a result, chip stocks made big moves during this era. Qualcomm (QCOM) rallied more than 1000% in the 1990s ahead of when the 4G networks started to appear.
As nice as it was to be able to browse the internet on your phone, the fourth generation of wireless speed and connectivity took mobile technology to another level with the ability to stream video without waiting for buffering. It was more enjoyable, yes, but it also opened up business opportunities for content companies.
Still, the biggest advancement was real-time information, which led to the sharing economy. Mobile devices could talk to other devices in real-time, connecting people instantaneously. Without real-time data transfer there would be no Uber, GrubHub, or any other app that relies on a fast connection.
Once again, there were big investment returns in the 4G phase. Cell tower companies were among those enjoying huge rallies. As more data was being transmitted with the increasing use of video, new and better towers were required.
The most advanced breakthrough of all is right around the corner. Just as there were fortunes made in prior generations, there will be big money made once again. In fact, I think the opportunity is even bigger now because the leap ahead will drive some of the most powerful tech trends the world has seen.
I think of it as the next-generation toll road. The road to the future passes through the fifth generation, or 5G. It’s time to set up our booth and start collecting.
The next-generation network will take speeds to levels that seem almost unimaginable.
In theory, 5G will increase speed to match that of human reflexes, so we’re talking the blink of an eye — perhaps literally.
The current 4G network clocks in at around 100 megabits per second, which is extremely fast compared to 3G. But once 5G rolls out, that number will jump to 10,000 megabits per second — or 100 times faster than the current speed!
To be honest, my phone and iPad stream videos nearly flawlessly already, so why do I need the speed to be 100 times faster? It will eliminate those slow connections we run into at times, which is nice but not essential. What’s really about to happen is that phones and mobile devices will become mobile supercomputers.
The big breakthrough will be the ability to connect a lot more devices that share large amounts of data in real time. If you think we live in a connected world already, you haven’t seen anything yet.
Let’s look at just a few of the key technology industries that will be impacted.
The Cloud in Real Time: A decade ago, the thought of storing our life’s work in the “cloud” seemed like science fiction. People didn’t even know what the term meant at first, but today our documents, family pictures, music, and just about everything else that’s digital live in the cloud.
The evolution of mobile networks paved the way for the cloud. Without them, it would be impossible to store and share files not on our devices. With 5G, the cloud becomes real-time, so retrieving that data will be as fast as if it were stored on the device. No delays.
This will result in unfathomable amounts of data. Cisco predicts that data center traffic will hit 19.5 zettabytes per year by 2021, up 225% from 6 zettabytes in 2016. (It seems we need to make up new terms to keep up, doesn’t it? If you’re wondering, a zettabyte is equal to one billion terabytes… or a trillion gigabytes.) Even more eye-popping is the fact that cloud data center traffic will make up 95% of total data center traffic by 2021.
Data and the cloud now go hand-in-hand, and that would not be possible without the speeds coming with 5G.
Internet of Things: Every generation of networks has its shining moment, and in the first few years 5G is deployed, the most noticeable change will have to do with the IoT, or the Internet of Things. As billions of devices are connected every year, extremely fast mobile networks will be required.
IoT is already alive and well with our phones connecting to a speaker in our home that can reach Amazon and order new curtains, change the temperature setting, unlock our doors, turn on our lights, start our cars, and more.
What we can do today thanks to connectivity was difficult to imagine a few years ago, and once 5G is mass-deployed, it will take IoT to an entirely new level.
From a consumer point of view, we may not notice huge changes immediately. Behind the scenes, though, the faster speeds will make a major difference for corporations. The elimination of slow connection speeds and intermittent issues can and should result in another economic boom.
Machina projects IoT will account for one-fourth of the 41 million 5G global connections in 2024, and that number will continue to grow for a long time. Eventually, the 5G revolution will turn its focus to the ultimate thing to be connected — autonomous vehicles (AV), which we’ll talk much more about in moment.
Augmented and Virtual Reality: AR and VR could not function without very fast connection speeds, so 5G will allow both to flourish and reach new heights.
The first thing that may come to mind is gaming, which is indeed a large part of the AR/VR industry. ESports featuring players from around the world competing for large cash prizes are limited without 5G speeds. Can you imagine if $1 million was on the line in a championship and the connection suddenly blipped? That would be one expensive blip to somebody. The burgeoning world of eSports will generate billions of dollars globally in the future, again thanks to 5G.
But AR and VR go well beyond gaming. I would highlight retail. This industry already spends over $1 billion annually on AR/VR. With 5G speeds, a retailer will be able to offer nearly real-life experiences to shoppers.
Say you are interested in buying a couch and would like to see how it would look in your house. An AR app will put the couch in the room you want it, add a human avatar and let you move it around to see exactly what it would look like. 5G will enable the speed and low latency needed for such an app to work effectively, and shopping may never be the same again.
Smart Cities: We’re already seeing the emergence of smart cities as connectivity makes its way into monitoring traffic, energy, crime, and more. The smart city I envision is just starting to take shape.
A lot of cities have been holding back on spending until the next generation of networks is ready to roll out because of what becomes possible. Real-time connections between traffic cameras and the police department. Traffic lights that change based on traffic at that moment. Smart streets embedded with sensors that pass data to the municipalities.
I spend a lot of time researching and thinking about the future, but even I have a difficult time imagining just how different our cities will look 10 years from now. What I do know is that none of it will be possible without 5G.
Health Care: We sometimes look past healthcare when we think about technology because it is considered older and stodgier, but there is a lot of opportunity here — $76 billion in revenue for companies by 2026 in health care and 5G.
Health devices will talk to each other reliably and instantly. At a consumer level, we’re looking at things like the Apple Watch, which is already evolving into a wearable medical device. The latest version of the watch is FDA-approved to generate an EKG. Within a few years, it and other devices will monitor your vitals 24/7 and send that information to your doctor.
More importantly, health care devices will need reliable and instant communication, or it could be a matter of life and death. We already have robotic surgeries, and we can expect more in the future.
Think remote robotic surgeries. If I forget that I’m getting older and blow out a knee trying to recreate my college football days, I can get a top orthopedic surgeon in another city to operate. You better believe I’d want the connection to be fast and flawless.
One industry in particular cannot exist without 5G, and it’s truly transformational: autonomous vehicles, or AVs for short.
Just as investors who were able to get in early during prior transformational trends profited to the tune of 20 to 50 times their money, the AV/5G mega-trend is one current opportunity that cannot be ignored.
When a $7 trillion industry like transportation is completely transformed for the first time in nearly a century, it will have huge ramifications. The full rollout of the 5G network will provide the much-needed communications infrastructure for auto manufacturers to introduce AVs to the masses.
Once again, it’s all about the reliability and real-time data sharing that will be possible.
Imagine a self-driving car traveling down the highway at 75 miles per hour and the network suddenly experiences a 100-millisecond delay. In any other circumstance, that delay would never be noticed, but it could be devastating in an AV. It could result in the braking system stopping the vehicle 10 feet beyond where it would have otherwise and potentially lead to a major accident.
Future AVs will essentially be data centers on wheels. The amount of data that will be stored in the brain of the vehicle will be beyond what we can imagine.
Morgan Stanley predicts that a 2050 AV will produce 40 terabytes per hour. Today, your iPhone produces data in the range of 1-2 gigabytes per month. A 2050 AV will produce about 20,000 times more data in one hour than your iPhone currently produces in an entire month!
Such enormous amounts of data will be required due to the number of decisions being made at all times. The AV will have to take in the data from sensors surrounding the vehicle and instantaneously decide when to accelerate, brake, turn, etc. Not only will the vehicle need 5G for computing within itself, it will also be talking to the sensors in other vehicles, the roads, cell towers, satellites, and even smart cities.
The thought of vehicles “talking” to each other makes me think of some pretty creepy sci-fi images. It also makes me think of the movie Cars. (Below, Mater the tow truck is helping out Lightning McQueen.)
In reality, vehicles talking to each other will look nothing like the animated movie but more like the image below. Notice that everything in that picture has a sensor that is talking to the other sensors in the area. Even the man pushing the child in the stroller and the bicyclist are talking to the vehicles!
The photo is courtesy of Toyota, which has plans to deploy its vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology in the U.S. by 2021. Again, the rollout of V2V and V2I is impossible without widespread 5G. The current 4G network is great for streaming videos, but the speed and latency would create major safety issues for AVs.
You can see how 5G networks will pave the way for so many breakthrough innovations, not just faster phones but self-driving cars, smart homes and cities, virtual reality, healthcare, and so much more.
When exactly does all of this excitement happen?
Verizon is already advertising 5G home internet service in limited cities, but the company has come under criticism for calling it that because it doesn’t operate on the agreed-upon 5G standard. That will come next year as it expands to other cities. Smartphone manufacturers are also expected to roll out the first 5G-enabled phones in 2019.
So, we’re already seeing the very first stages of 5G, and the pace will only pick up from here. That’s true of the stock prices, too, which will move ahead of specific developments. Some of the biggest profits will be made in the early stages, which is why now is the time to buy into this gigantic theme.
Let me help you get started with three stocks.
I need to make a disclaimer before we talk about my first recommendation: I am not losing my mind… well, at least not when it comes to stocks.
I spend a lot of time and energy identifying huge business trends in their early stages. This often leads me to companies flying under the radar.
The one I am about to introduce you to — or perhaps I should say reintroduce — is a posterchild for the 2000 tech bubble. Ericsson (ERIC) rallied over 14,000% from the 1980s to the top in 2000 and then lost 99% of its value the next two years. After a decade and a half of not doing much, it is now one of the best-positioned companies to benefit from the transition to the 5G network.
In September, Ericsson announced a $3.5 billion deal with T-Mobile, the third largest mobile company in the United States. Ericsson will supply T-Mobile with the latest and greatest 5G radio hardware (and 3GPP, which are products based on 3G standards). This will help solidify Ericsson as the biggest supplier of mobile network gear in the United States.
Prior to the massive deal with T-Mobile, Ericsson had been busy signing other top mobile operators to deals. AT&T revealed around the same time that it had chosen the Big Three of equipment companies to help with its 5G deployment plans. Ericsson along with Nokia and Samsung will help AT&T. This isn’t surprising given Ericsson’s past relationship with the mobile giant. Ericsson helped AT&T build out its LTE (4G) network and has been a longtime partner.
Verizon rolled out its pre-standard 5G into four markets on October 1. However, this will not last long. Verizon has already said it will quickly move to the standard 5G New Radio (NR) technology in 2019 and is in talks with the Big Three equipment companies.
The deals for Ericsson are not isolated to the U.S. Large South Korean mobile operator SK Telecom has chosen the company along with its two peers for its 5G rollout in the coming years. Again, Ericsson worked with SK Telecom on its LTE equipment.
As 5G rolls out, there will be tens of billions spent by mobile carriers to upgrade their systems to handle the next generation of networking. The suppliers of network gear, such as Ericsson, Nokia, and Samsung, are jockeying for deals as I write this.
The good news is that there will be several winners because one company will not be able to supply all the upgrades.
Ericsson is best-positioned and offers the best value compared to its competitors. I especially like how Ericsson is focused on the industrial segment. The company has noted that it has been in talks with the “GEs and Honeywells of the world.”
The large multinational industrials have big money to spend and will need to move to 5G to keep up with their peers. There are other benefits that 5G will give the industrials, including lowering costs and increasing efficiencies, improving their end-user experience, and creating new revenue from the faster networking speeds.
In August, management announced that they will open a new facility in the United States to produce 5G radios and support new research and development (R&D). The current and future contracts the company signs with U.S. companies will make the new facility necessary. This is another example of Ericsson’s all-in approach for 5G.
Ericsson reported a solid quarter in mid-October. Revenue increased 9% and a pickup in North America helped the bottom line. Sales were also strong in Europe and Latin America.
Part of the pickup is companies spending on 5G upgrades. Management noted how operators around the world are planning now to launch the next-generation network. “There is strong momentum in the global 5G market with lead markets moving forward,” said CEO Börje Ekholm.
ERIC jumped over 5% to its highest prices in more than two years. It pulled back in broad market volatility, providing a good buying opportunity.
While the company is obviously bullish on a 5G rollout, there are investors and analysts who are not as positive. They point to the fact that the potential big money from 5G will not be recognized for a couple of years.
That’s true, but they are making a big mistake not buying in now. To make the big money, you need in early… before the numbers start to dramatically improve.
By that time, ERIC will already be much higher. In fact, look at the five-year chart above and you can see how it has already started to move up over the last year.
You don’t want to wait.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is on the brink of a historical decision. The agency is considering opening up the C-band satellite spectrum to mobile providers like AT&T and Verizon. This would be unprecedented because up until now those airwaves were only available to TV broadcasters and cable companies.
On July 12, the FCC voted 4-0 to seek comments on the proposal. On that day, Intelsat (I) and SES Global (SGBAF) rallied 12.5% and 3.3%, respectively. The final decision will come soon, and we can already see the interest.
Those two companies announced a joint proposal in February, which includes semiconductor giant Intel, and both have outperformed the market since then. That’s because Intelsat and SES own the rights to 90% of the satellite C-band spectrum in the United States. That’s not a monopoly, but it’s darned close.
The two companies own the rights to airwaves through which cable and TV companies send their signals. Because mobile operators will need more airwave space for 5G, the government may allow the satellite companies to give mobile companies some of their space. The proposal started at 20% of what is currently used by cable and TV broadcasters going to mobile operators. It has since been moved up to 40%. (If you are interested in the technical specifics, they are offering 200 MHz of spectrum out of the 500 MHz currently used between 3.7 and 4.2 GHz.)
I’m not the only one who thinks this is huge. Morgan Stanley said it could result in a “transformative windfall” for the two companies, suggesting that it could be between $5 billion and $13 billion.
Let’s assume the FCC votes in favor of opening up the C-band and the windfall comes in right in the middle at $9 billion. That is well ahead of Intelsat’s current market cap of $3.7 billion and just about matches SES Global’s at $9.6 billion. This is why the two stocks have rallied this year.
I expect the FCC will indeed open the C-band. It has to. The amount of bandwidth that will be needed for the expansion of 5G is enormous, and the FCC needs to consider every option.
Based on this potential, both of these stocks are excellent long-term buys.
Intelsat is a leading provider of commercial Fixed Satellite Services (FSS). The company currently has 50 satellites in operation along with eight teleports and one terrestrial network (IntelsatOne). When combined with SES, the two account for 30% of the global market for FSS.
Intelsat covers 99% of the world’s populated areas with its satellites, and this includes approximately 200 countries. If you are looking for diversified geographical income, it doesn’t get much more attractive than that.
Today, Intelsat utilizes its satellite network mainly for video channels. The company distributes approximately 5,400 video channels globally with 1,100 in high definition.
On September 25, the company launched a new satellite into orbit, the Horizons 3e. This was big news because it completed the Intelsat EpicNG Global Coverage. The satellite will cover Asia and the Pacific Ocean and bring broadband connectivity to remote areas of the region. The full global coverage now provides low-cost internet coverage to areas around the world that were once disconnected. The stock rallied 19% on the launch.
Intelsat is currently trading in the $20s after getting as high as $37.50 in October and then pulling back. I believe it is ultimately worth more than double current prices, with the expectation that the FCC will open up the C-band spectrum to mobile operators. That’s the story here.
SES Global, founded in 1985 and based in Luxembourg, is the world’s leading satellite-enabled solutions provider with 99% global coverage and over 60 satellites in orbit. The company focuses on video distribution and network connectivity, and the client base is corporations and governments.
The business models of SES and Intelsat are nearly identical, which is why they make such great partners. For SES, revenue over the last few years has been flat with EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) drifting lower.
Management’s outlook for the next three years shows both revenue and EBITDA picking up for the first time in years. Just as with Intelsat, it appears SES has bottomed, likely limiting additional downside risk. At the same time, the potential windfall from the C-band is not in the projections, so there’s big upside potential here.
SES trades in the U.S. on the OTC market under the symbol SGBAF. It’s important to note that it only trades about 2,000 shares per day, which means you should use a limit order to protect yourself on the price. The low volume and larger spread between the bid and ask prices could mean you pay more than you want to if you just use a market order.
Now let’s talk about what’s to come for both companies. It’s important that we take the 30,000-foot view to see where they stand today and where they can be tomorrow.
Earnings estimates for both companies do not model in the potential FCC decision to open up the C-band to mobile providers. I like an analysis from research firm Kerrisdale to help us grasp the potential.
According to the firm, the value of a MHz-population on the U.S. C-band spectrum is $0.50 a share. The total monetized bandwidth could be up to 400 MHz over the next decade. I believe it will be 200 MHz initially and that 400 MHz is attainable down the road.
Based on a population of 300 million (the actual U.S. population is around 325 million), the gross spectrum value of 400 MHz is $60 billion.
Both Intelsat and SES own about 45% of the gross spectrum, bringing their share of the proceeds to $27 billion each. As I mentioned, in the near term I see 200 MHz of the spectrum giving each company a windfall of approximately $13. 5 billion. Based on the current valuation of each company, the windfall from opening up 40% of the spectrum (100 MHz) should send both stocks significantly higher.
Early in this report, I compared our communication grid to the bedrock that skyscrapers like Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft rest on.
I’d also like you to think of your ownership stake in the 5G infrastructure as an extremely valuable toll road… a road that serves a critical function in an area… one that enjoys constant demand.
Owning a share of the coming 5G network through shares in the best 5G-related businesses will allow you to collect a “toll” every time someone makes a phone call, watches a YouTube video, sends an email, uses Google Maps, searches the internet, sends a text message, or buys a song on Apple’s iTunes store.
Soon, you’ll collect tolls from the explosion of self-driving cars, the Internet of Things, next-generation smartphones with awesome virtual reality/augmented reality features, and more. The coming wave of demand is staggering.
We already have millions of drivers who will happily pay to use our toll road every day. Millions more drivers are on the way.
Now is your chance to own a piece of the toll road.
If you know anything about the stock market, you know the power of being “first.”
Consider the power of being the first to know how a new technology called “fracking” was allowing American oil firms to tap vast new deposits.
Investors who got this knowledge first made life-changing 8,400% gains in fracking company Kodak Oil & Gas…. 3,200% in Bringham Exploration… and 5,800% in XTO Energy.
Or take the power of being among the first to know in 1992 how a new development called “the internet” was set to change the way we work and live.
Investors with access to this knowledge made over 9,000% in software maker Microsoft… and more than 10,000% in internet plumbing maker Cisco.
A 9,000% gain turns an investment of $10,000 into $910,000.
That’s an investment return that can allow you to afford virtually any kind of lifestyle you like. You can buy boats, sports cars, vacations, and homes with that kind of money… or simply never work again.
Wall Street won’t tell you this, but by the time the general public hears about a major investment trend, the big money has already been made… by those who got there FIRST.
The people who buy stocks once a big trend goes “mainstream” often buy at the top and suffer big losses.
The power of being first is why I’ve dedicated my career to getting investors into the world’s biggest, most revolutionary trends BEFORE anyone else.
Take the people who got to the electric car trend first in 2012.
Driven by early sales and the promise of pollution-free electric cars, Tesla shares climbed from $25 to $283 per share in less than three years… a 1,044% gain.
I know gains of 1,000%… 5,000%… and 9,000% sound outlandish.
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Seventeen years ago, I was a high-powered broker for financial giant Charles Schwab.
But even though I quickly gained wealth, authority, and influence…
It didn’t feel right to me. I wanted to be someone who helps people make money for themselves… not someone who makes money from investors… which I find disgusting.
So, I walked away from a promising career in 2002 to do what really inspires me: helping individual investors just like you reach financial independence.
I wanted to reach folks who live on Main Street — not Wall Street — just like my family and my friends… the very backbone of America.
That’s why I became chief technical analyst and co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show, Winning on Wall Street. I did this to get my message out, and help educate as many investors as possible.
And that’s why I founded Penn Financial Group, a registered investment advisory. I wrote two investment books, with my latest — The Next Great Bull Market — a top seller for over two years.
I’ve made over 1,000 television appearances, on networks like CNBC, Fox News, and Bloomberg TV… eventually becoming a nightly co-host on Fox Business.
You may have seen my articles in The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Investor’s Business Daily to name a few.
I’m not saying any of this to brag… only to show you that I know what I’m doing.
But you know what?
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You’ve probably heard how the technology of “fracking” has allowed oil producers to tap vast amounts of new oil and gas in America.
Fracking has allowed America to drastically reduce its reliance on foreign energy sources. America is producing so much oil and natural gas that it’s beginning to export natural gas to energy-hungry Asian markets.
My readers and I got to this story first and bought shares of Liquefied Natural Gas Limited — a company that builds the expensive facilities the U.S needs to export its new energy bounty.
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The recent cryptocurrency boom is one of the biggest wealth-creation events in modern history.
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In 2017, I recommended Bitcoin Services, a small company that mines the popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
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The growth of unmanned planes that can fly themselves (or be flown by an operator on the ground) is growing by leaps and bounds.
Drones are such big assets to the military because they keep human personnel out of harm’s way.
My readers and I were on to this boom very early. In 2013, we bought shares of Elbit Systems, one of the world’s leading drone makers.
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