Jan 06, 2020
Top 3 Stocks Must Own for 5G Reveolution

4G is what most of us use today. It has a theoretical download speed of 100 megabits per second (Mbps.) 5G will be able to handle 10,000 Mbps., which is 100 times faster than 4G on its best day. 

Big fortunes were made on every revolution. Starting from 1G to 2G to 3G and to 4G. Only the informed investors know how to take advantages of these revolutions. Fewer people had understood what kind of investment opportunity had been sitting before them.

When 3G was introduced, Broadcom and Qualcomm jumped in right away and provided the chipsets to make 3G possible. Shortly after, Broadcom exploded by 245%. And Qualcomm investors watched as 268% gains piled into their accounts.  And of course, 4G was no different. All these opportunities have since come and gone.

Today, it is the  5G, the fifth generation of mobile communication is opening us up to a similar investment opportunity.

As OFA subscribers, you are going to introduce 3 top stocks to ride the 5G revolution. These are the company in their early stages of 5G rollout.

But before we introduce the investment opportunity, it’s important to understand the 2 main catalysts that demand 5G deployment.

5G Catalyst No. 1: The Internet of Things

IoT is a broad way to describe the concept of an interconnected network that includes machines, wearables, buildings, automobiles, and tons of other types of devices. With over $1.46 trillion projected to be spent on the IoT in the year 2020, no other tech trend will have a more dramatic impact on the near future.

The thing is, we need a network that can support these devices. And that’s where 5G comes in. Without 5G, the IoT won’t be able to exist as the industry wants it to.

5G Catalyst No. 2: Driverless Cars

The averages mobile phone user transmits just 2 to 3 GB. over the course of an entire month. In other words, it could take more than 1,500 people an entire month to generate as much data as a single driverless car does in one day. 4G networking simply can’t keep up with that kind of demand, but 5G can.

For driverless vehicles to talk to each other, it requires a fast network. 5G will bring safer roads, more efficient travel, reduced air pollution, and better driving experiences.