The Tiny Company Powering Apple's Biggest Hits
Advertorial | By Mark Brooks
Dear Opportunistic Investor,
I want you to go back in time with me for a minute.
I'm going to tell you a story about one of the best performing companies and stocks of the last 50 years, and why we may be on the cusp of history repeating itself..
Just think back to the spring of 1977...
And of course you also know that Intel supplied one tiny little component for computers -- a component so sophisticated and so essential to manufacturers like IBM (along with Compaq, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, etc.) that every $5,000 invested in Intel stock back then has grown into more than $1 million today.
Well, regardless of what all the soundbite jockeys are spouting off lately, there's no doubt who today's computer king is. With the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad, Apple has taken computers off our desks and put them in the palm of our hand.
And just like IBM, they've put themselves in position to dominate this industry for decades.
So the obvious question is: “Which Apple-supplier is poised to potentially become the Intel of this generation?
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And that’s just what I did. That's why I hope you take just a few minutes to access the exclusive research my team of analysts and I have put together on this industry and the one stock fueling Apple’s hit devices.
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Here's to you and your family's wealth,
Chief Technology Officer,
The Motley Fool
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