This Apple Rumor Reveals a Huge Investment Opportunity

|September 1, 2021

Our neighbor ran by the house the other night. He was covered in sweat and out of breath.

“Whatcha doing?” we asked as he saw us come around the corner.

He put his index finger up as if to say, “Wait a minute,” and then put both palms on his knees as he caught his breath.

We waited more than a minute.

“I’m training,” the 50-something said. “I’m going on a big elk hunt this weekend. We’ll be at 11,000 feet for two weeks.”

The next thing we knew, we were deep in the bowels of our basement, going through the gear we used to carry throughout Alaska.

Since our neighbor is what docs might describe as a “walking heart attack,” we wanted to give him something – our old satellite-connected device.

It’s first-generation technology… as simple as they come.

One button sends a preprogrammed email to the address of your choice. The other calls in the troops – lots of them (ask us how we know).

If he needed help, the device could get it for him.

“This is great,” he said. “We won’t have cellphone service up there. It’s a half-day’s walk to anything that offers even a spotty connection.”

And that, loyal reader, is where the moneymaking opportunity lies…

Big News Rumors

It turns out that Apple (AAPL) may be the first to solve this problem.

We got word from the rumor mill this week that its iPhone 13 is likely to offer a satellite connection.

That’s huge.

No, it’s not like the elk-hunting crowd is going to add billions to the company’s bottom line. And it’s not like smartphone holdouts are suddenly going to rush out and buy an iPhone because it connects with the stars.

No… this opportunity is bigger.

It threatens to shake up the entire communications industry.

For years, the industry has been spreading rumors about Apple’s secretive foray into the satellite business.

If the company can get it right, connections could be faster, cheaper and much more reliable.

Bigger still, if Apple owns (or even rents) a constellation of low earth orbit satellites, it can skirt the networks that ultimately control its phone business right now.

Remember, an iPhone isn’t worth a whole lot unless it’s connected to a network… a network most likely run by Verizon (VZ) or AT&T (T).

It’s a mutually beneficial deal. The carriers wouldn’t be worth all that much without the iPhone.

That’s why what could soon happen would be so big.

It threatens to upend the industry. It’s like when the internet went from dial-up to DSL to cable and fiber.

The old players died out, and a new breed of winners stepped in.

The Players

If things go the way we think they could, Apple will be the ultimate winner as it goes around the network carriers. And the satellite providers that make it happen will be rewarded handsomely.

We’re already seeing it…

On Monday, shortly after rumors of the iPhone development broke, shares of Globalstar (GSAT) surged 64%.

But that’s only the beginning. Right now, we’re in the rumor phase. And while Globalstar was the first stock investors flocked to, it’s not likely Apple will ultimately partner with it.

There are other companies in the sector with better networks and more upside.

The bottom line here is quite simple. If you’re not paying attention to this sector… now is the time to do your research.

The big story is not 5G. That rollout has been a flat-out joke. It’s been hugely expensive and incredibly slow.

By the time the 5G network is ready to go, satellite technology (which we’re calling 6G) will be taking over.

That’s where the money will be made.

Fortunately, there are ample investment opportunities available.

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Andy Snyder
Andy Snyder|Founder

Andy Snyder is the founder of Manward Press, the nation’s premier source of unfiltered, unorthodox views on money and what it means for a free society. An American author, investor and serial entrepreneur, Andy cut his teeth at an esteemed financial firm with nearly $100 billion in assets under management. Andy and his ideas have been featured on Fox News, on countless radio stations, and in numerous print and online outlets. He’s been a keynote speaker and panelist at events all over the world, from four-star ballrooms to Senate hearing rooms. Today, Andy’s dissident thoughts on life, liberty and investing can be found in his popular daily newsletter,  Manward Financial Digest.