December 2nd, 2020
Unlike its predecessors (2G, 3G, and 4G), 5G will not be designated to mobile phones.
5G will be much, much bigger, with implications on the Internet of Things, and even the residential broadband market, with speeds in the hundreds of megabits.
In other words, wireless 5G broadband is going to provide four times the speed of cable.
And 5G deployments are happening sooner than most people realize.
Verizon has already launched commercial 5G broadband in four major cities. Further, Samsung, and several other OEMs are launching the world’s first 5G phones in 2019.
Most importantly, this means an incredible profit opportunity for investors, with the global 5G market forecast to reach $251 billion by 2025.
The most obvious beneficiaries of this growth will be companies like Verizon, but ultimately it’s the infrastructure companies who will show investors the most profit, especially during the early stages of deployment.
As you might expect, 5G infrastructure is going to require an array of new technologies, sparking numerous growth stories in the process.
With commercial 5G finally launching this year, investors should be prepared to pull the trigger on 5G stocks.
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