Why Should You Invest More in Telcom Stocks after a Meltdown
During the tech stock meltdown of 2000, most of the
telecom sector collapsed because of overvalued shares
and a stagnant market.
But if you�re still wary of telecom stocks, you�re
missing out on the huge gains we�ve been raking in
lately � on wireless companies like these:
in Motion, 138% profit.
Valley, 54% profit.
PCS, 346% profit.
Wireless, 180% profit.
At Road, 121%
Technologies, 176% profit.
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346% in what may be the hottest high-tech
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Profit from the trillion-dollar wireless market
While �landline� networks have been built to
overcapacity, usage of and demand for wireless services
In some foreign countries, many communities don�t
even bother putting in telephone poles and wires: it�s
simply cheaper and easier for everyone to use wireless
At the end of 2002, wireless subscribers totaled
1.152 billion, up from 954 million in 2001. In 2003, an
additional 165 million new cell phone users hooked up to
the wireless networks. Overall, cell phone usage
worldwide is growing by more than 10% annually � much
faster than the rate of growth for the U.S. economy.
Last year, the revenue generated by wireless
services, products, applications, and systems was half a
trillion dollars. By 2006, wireless revenues will hit
the trillion-dollar mark.
That�s why Forbes created Wireless
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Since launching this new service in April 2002,
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Wireless business sleuth tells all
A former Wall Street banker with an MBA in finance,
Nikhil has spent the last 11 years researching the
wireless sector as a reporter and editor for Forbes
magazine � giving him an in-depth understanding of
mobile communications technology and trends that other
stock advisors cannot duplicate.
For instance, what�s the best pure play in the new
Wi-Fi (wireless fidelity) technology? We bought Proxim,
a maker of wi-fi networking gear, last April � and
made a quick 212% gain.
And long before the general press started running the
positive articles you read today about Lucent�s
comeback, Nikhil�s contacts told him the company was
booking new business at a record rate. He recommended
Lucent Technologies in March, and our shares have
already gained an impressive 176%.
Of the 21 wireless stocks Nikhil has recommended in Wireless
Stock Watch, 20 are winners. That�s a
success rate of better than 95%.
The only �loser� is Intel, down 3.12% since we
recommended it in January. But Intel is still a strong
buy in Nikhil�s book, because the company has invested
more than $1 billion to replicate its success in
microprocessors for PC�s in mobile phones and
networks. And Intel CEO Craig Barrett doesn�t play to
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Reason: �Local number Portability,� or LNP �
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Over time, millions of mobile subscribers will switch
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