Sitting on my wrist is Apple’s newest blockbuster – the Apple Watch.
Wall Streets latest predictions are that Apple could sell close to 36 million of its smartwatches over the next 12 months with close to 3 million having sold in its first 2 months of release alone.
But if you’re like me you may be wondering:
A Business Insider poll suggest that 51% of people polled agree… they just don’t see the point.
So you’re not alone… Personally I think Steve Jobs’ would be saying the same thing.
After all he was at Apple’s helm when they released the iPod in 2001… changing the
WHAT THEY SAID BEFORE THE iPOD (2001)
“Apple is losing its appeal.”
“Apple’s scraping the bottom of the barrel.”
WHAT THEY SAID BEFORE THE iPHONE (2007)
“Apple’s corporate slogan is Think Different. The problem is Apple always thinks the same.”
“It's unclear what Jobs can do... to turn around Apple's fortunes.”
“The iPhone is nothing more than a luxury bauble that will appeal to a few gadget freaks.”
WHAT THEY SAID BEFORE THE iPAD (2010)
“Apple: Short Term Winner, Long Term Loser”
“Apple’s latest creation seems destined to flop.”
“1.2 million first-year sales.”
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING NOW
“Apple will lose its cool factor.”
“It’s all downhill from here.”
“Apple is a dead company walking.”
way we listen to music; in 2007 when the iPhone was released … ushering in the smart phone revolution; and in 2010 when the iPad was released… changing the way we work.
But now in 2015, with the release of the Apple Watch, skeptics are left scratching their heads and wondering if Apple’s winning streak has finally come to an end.
You won't be surprised to hear that the media sound bite jockeys are falling all over themselves to see who can be more sarcastic and skeptical about it — because we've heard that before, haven't we?
When the iPod was released you could read headlines that said things like, Apple R.I.P. Apple is losing its appeal. And Apple's scraping the bottom of the barrel.
When the iPhone debuted they said, Apple's corporate slogan is Think Different. The problem is Apple always thinks the same. Or, it's unclear what Steve Jobs can do to turn around Fortune's fortunes. And, the iPhone is nothing more than a luxury bauble that will appeal to a few gadget freaks.
And when the iPad came out the headlines sounded like this. Apple is a short-term winner and a long-term loser. And, Apple's latest creation seems destined to flop.
Analysts even predicted that the iPad's first-year sales would be 1.2 million units. But, hey, that guess was only 14.6 million units short.
So, now with the release of the Apple Watch skeptics are at it again… saying the watch is a “fad” and “sure to fade away the moment the novelty wears off”.
In fact 1 month before he passed away he filed for a patent on the watch design he REALLY wanted Apple to create, a document that I found hiding in plain sight at the United States Patent Office.
Keep reading and I will reveal how this document gives savvy investors a glimpse into Apple Watch’s future And I will be breaking apart the prototype for this watch later in this video… cutting it open to reveal the small tiny component that all investors will want to add to their portfolio today…
Because we believe it’s the key to the next mega-hit Apple’s best scientists are likely frantically trying to perfect in the company’s famously secretive labs.
It all started with this...
Then came this.
Then, just when we though we'd seen everythign, along came this.
Now its happening again. Faster than we expected. And wilder than we ever imagined...
A product Apple believes is the true rightful successor to the iPhone.
And if you look closely enough…You'll realize there may actually be two ways to potentially grab your share of the mountain of cash that Apple stands to make on the next generation Apple Watch and why Apple CEO Tim Cook would want to keep it “hidden in plain sight”.
The first way is by investing in Apple directly and claiming your share of its dividends and capital gains in the years to come.
So I want to tell you the second way.
According to one of America's top-rated growth stock expert, it could be a much better (and much faster) strategy for adding to your wealth today than a direct investment in Apple would be.
Just think back to the spring of 1977…
Computers were rapidly becoming smaller; a machine that once barely squeezed into a warehouse could now fit onto a desk!
And the undisputed king of the mountain was IBM.
But your best investment at the time was a company that didn't even sell computers.
You know this company as Intel.
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, and many others -- that every $5,000 invested in Intel stock back then has grown into almost a million today.
Now, there's no doubt who today's computer king is.
Apple has taken computers off our desks… and off our laps... and put them in the palm of our hand and now on our wrists.
Just like IBM, Apple has put itself in a position to dominate the computer industry for decades. Would you bet against them?
I wouldn't, but I do have a better way of betting for them.
You see, there's just one tiny little detail left to work out before Apple's Watch can become the next big thing and meet those crazy Wall Street predictions.
And that's where you come in…
It's actually the same question Apple CEO Tim Cook is asking himself right now, too.
Because when it comes to obtaining the crucial component his company needs to turn today’s Apple Watch into tomorrows’ next big game changer, he's in quite a pickle.
Like I said, I'll explain why in just a minute… And as you’ll see it’s bigger than just the Apple Watch and you're looking at it right now in this patent document – BUT the real story here is what’s happening on the inside – just like Intel at the dawn of the computer age, the tiny device we are talking about today is buried inside and holds the potential for big profits.
Keep watching and I'll reveal how this relates to the newest stage in the history of computing and your best opportunity to start investing in it TODAY.
It’s a small world after all… where dreams can come true… stick with me and you will discover how one of the most magical places on earth could be your ticket to big profits in the coming months and years giving you the financial freedom to live out your dreams.
Which is why, while everyone is clamoring to buy shares of Apple hoping to ride the wave of Apple’s next big hit one small growth investing club started pursuing a very different (and potentially a much less stressful) way to profit off of Apple’s next release that goes beyond just buying Apple stock.
Banking winners that have gone up, up, up, up, and sometimes way up … month after month.
And even though their stocks don't always win, they're quite satisfied with an average return that's nearly doubled the S&P 500 — for more than nine years.
If you want to find out why the growth investing expert I told you about is celebrating not only a 100-times return on one of his more famous investments…So, if you want to know how they're doing it…
But also a #1 track record ranking in the Wall Street Journal…
…then you need to take a quick trip with me across the street to find out where that mountain of cash may be and how I found Steve Jobs REAL vision for the Apple Watch.
Now, most people don't know this, but The Motley Fool's headquarters is located directly down the street from the US Patent Office…
Where every technology company that wants to obtain intellectual property protection for its newest inventions is required to file stacks and stacks of specialized paperwork.
And believe it or not, any American citizen can actually walk right into the patent office and demand to see that paperwork.
You just write your request on an index card, and a friendly federal worker will pull the file.
Of course, hardly anyone actually does this, but you'd be pretty amazed what you can see if you do.
I know I was. For a growth-minded investor, an afternoon at the patent office is the next best thing to an afternoon at Fort Knox.
Or then again, maybe it's better. If you bring a few quarters for the photocopier, you get to take home all the gold.
You see, I got a little curious…
And, yes, maybe a little greedy.
Apple has pulled together a team of more than 100 of its best engineers and product designers to work on the future of the Apple Watch. Apple is even hiding away this project team in a top-secret facility offsite from its headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Which means that even Apple's 50,000+ other employees are hearing this story in whispers, too.
For a tech savvy investor these rumors and whispers can be really exciting, after all an Apple product release can be a windfall for investors who know where to invest their money and right now, we think the even smarter money says that there's a way for us to win here regardless of whether Tim Cook is truly ready to fill the shoes of his mentor, Steve Jobs.
So, when I made the trip across the street to the patent office, I realized right away that I was on to something big.
But I also realized that if I wanted to cash in on this coming megatrend in the technology industry, I needed a plan and I needed it fast.
Take another look at the patent document I have been telling you about, but try to resist the urge to go straight to your brokerage website and buy stock in Apple, because if you give me another minute to explain what this patent document could really mean for your investment portfolio, I believe it will be worth the wait.
What I am sure you noticed right away is that this image looks nothing like the Apple Watch being sold today, in fact it doesn’t really look like a watch at all. There is no face to tell the time or any sign of a screen… anywhere. Instead it looks more like a wristband than any watch that I have seen.
Evolution of the iPod:
Evolution of the iPhone:
But this is nothing new to Apple, they change the way their products look every 6 to 8 months… remember those old pictures I showed your earlier?
Remember the original iPod released in 2001? It was a clunky device by today’s standards and looked like this…Sure it gave you, “1,000 songs in your pocket” but over the course of the next 9 years iPods began shrinking and changing shapes.
The first iPhone released in 2007 looks nothing like the iPhone of today… they have become thinner, lighter weight, have larger screens and now don’t just come in 1 or 2 colors but a wide range of choices.
At this point I am sure you are 2 steps ahead of me and thinking, “But I didn’t upgrade my iPhone 4 or 5S only for looks… I wanted the new functionality, access to new apps and the ability to do more with my phone.”
And you would be absolutely correct… and I am sure most people feel the same way… and this is why we always hear those skeptical arguments around an Apple product release… But as an investor we know that the long view strategy goes much deeper.
If the look or shape of a new Apple product were the only difference then I bet they would sell a hell of a lot less and quite frankly would not be the company they are today.
After all who doesn’t want their life to be less complicated, simpler and well less stressful? We are all human after all and the best inventions and innovations were born out of a dream to make life better… at least the innovations that made the REALLY big money and lined the pockets of forward thinking investors with piles of cash.
Which is why as smart investors looking to make big profits and add some extra zeros to the end of our portfolios we need to think BIGGER than the Apple Watch.
After all the market for smartwatches is a bustling one, with a wide array of options including the Samsung Gear S and Android-based models including the LG G Watch R and the Motorola Moto 360. All of which are in a high stakes game to earn your hard earned dollars by inventing new ways to make your life easier.
A leading market intelligence firm called ABI Research recently forecast that by 2018, major technology companies like the ones I listed will be selling 485 million of these new devices per year.
But only if companies like Apple, Samsung, Sony, Google and Microsoft can overcome some of the barriers that they face with these devices today… including small screen size, clunky style, limited battery life, and they must become standalone computing devices with more robust functionality.
And more robust functionality is the key here… in order for consumers to truly embrace any smartwatch they need to see HOW they will benefit from owning one… in short what can a smartwatch do for me.
So the big question now is not what the new Apple Watch or any of its competitors will look like but what will they be able to do and how will they be able to make our lives easier.
America’s top-rated growth investor has seen this patent document, and created a strategy that he sees as a much better and faster way to profit off the next evolution of the smartwatch.
But truth be told, he didn’t create this strategy just from this schematic….
Because while you’ve been staring at the Apple Watch on my left wrist…
Up my sleeve on my right wrist I am wearing a working prototype of what the future
could hold for the smartwatch and in just a few more minutes I am going to break it apart to see what makes it work and how investors like us could profit from what’s inside.
This prototype or more specifically the technology and functionality of this prototype could hold the key to Apple’s next big release or the next big release from Google, Samsung or any other smartwatch device manufacture… and in just a few minutes I will reveal it to you along with how you can position yourself to profit from it.
Steve Jobs believed in the technology so much that he actually owned more shares of the company that utilizes it than he did Apple shares….. over 130 million shares or 7.69% of the company to be exact.
So with 485 million reasons to find out what the next Apple Watch will be able to do, I must admit, when I got back from the patent office that day, I was excited…
But I also was a little confused. On the one hand, I was 100% certain that the document I'd seen represented the next stage of the smart watch revolution. In fact, I'd never been so certain of anything in my life.
On the other hand, there were a few little details that started nagging at me…
“Why didn’t Apple just release the future Apple Watch back in April?”, “With all the hype surrounding the watch’s release wouldn’t they want it to do everything Steve Jobs’ hoped it would?” “What will the next generation of smartwatches be able to do that the current watches can’t?”
I needed answers, and fortunately I knew just where to get them.
And once I started chewing the fat with those guys, I quickly discovered that I could've saved myself that trip across the street.
In fact, this makes me feel less like a Fool, and more like a plain old dummy. The answer was right there, staring me in the face all along.
It was on my wrist — because I'm already wearing a working prototype for the next evolution of the Apple Watch. And as I'll show you in just a minute, I believe it's the key to understanding what's really up Tim Cook's sleeve and the stock we recommend that you should be buying today.
So, believe me. I was happy to learn where I'd gone wrong.
Just like I've been happy to learn so many other lessons about investing from David Gardner and his team over the past decade.
And what a decade it's been.
I've seen The Motley Fool grow from "the little investing website that could" into a financial powerhouse that includes a widely syndicated newspaper column, a popular radio show, and a series of bestselling books.
I've also seen David Gardner and his band of investing Fools pop up everywhere from CNBC, to Larry King Live, to Dr. Phil.
I've seen the Economist call us "an ethical oasis," and Time magazine reveal that "even billionaires get their ideas from The Motley Fool."
Heck, I've even seen them toss on their jester caps and then ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
And most recently, I've seen David Gardner and his team praised by financial industry watchdog Mark Hulbert in the Wall Street Journal … sitting #1 in Mark Hulbert's ranking of every investing service out there.
But most important of all, I've seen The Motley Fool become the greatest investing community on earth.
A place where folks with any amount of money in the market, and any level of experience, can meet to talk about stocks.
A place where they can learn from professional investors who never talk down to them and never treat them like their questions aren't important.
And a place that shows us how to make money the right way — by keeping things simple and investing in quality businesses for the long term, rather than nervously flipping trades to a new ticker symbol 24/7.
Because the way I look at it, time is even more precious than money, and if you invest in a stock like the one David's recommending to us today, in the kind of favorable market environment we're experiencing right now, well, you could soon have a lot more of both.
So, I shouldn't have been surprised that David Gardner already knew about the next generation of smartwatches what he calls “wearables” is going to be.
After all, David Gardner is the rule-breaking technology investor who first became famous for revealing … in public, right on our little Motley Fool website on August 5, 1994 … that he was putting money into an innovative new company called AOL for just 44 cents a share.
In the years that followed, that split-adjusted position climbed all the way up to $89.18 per share. That's a staggering increase of more than 20,000%.
But David doesn't like to rest on his laurels, which is why he actually sold a portion of that skyrocketing AOL position to fund his stake in another upstart called Amazon.com back in 1997.
We just had a little party at the office to celebrate that investment going up more than 100x from a split-adjusted $3.24 all the way to $300 and beyond.
And then, even as the dot-com recession was in full swing, David sold a portion of his Amazon.com position to fund his investment in eBay in 2001. I doubt I need to tell you that that stock also quadrupled within four years, or that he didn't stop with eBay.
That's why I say show me another investor anywhere who has more experience in leading little guys, like you and me, to huge gains on technology stocks.
To have that kind of success over such a sustained period, you need to see the world a little differently, and David Gardner does.
And here's what he sees now.
Which should be of no surprise once you learn that it is nestled in a facility started by
a great imaginer…. who enticed visitors by promising, “You will find yourself in the land of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy… where nothing of the present exists.” It is here in 2008 that an adventure began to discover a way to reduce the stress and hassles people felt when visiting THE amusement park…. in a non-descript lab nestled next to the Toy Story Midway Mania ride.
By now I am sure you have guessed that I am talking about…. Disney Land and its founder…. Walt Disney.
You see Walt was a dreamer who wanted people to not only see the future but experience it which is why he started Epcot, the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, to immerse people in the world of tomorrow.
And is where we find the key for investors like us to profit from the possible 485 million smartwatch sales. Imagine what an investment in that type of potential could mean for you and your family?
Well, if you’ve taken your family or grand kids to Disney lately you might have
purchased one of these… It’s called the MagicBand and I am certain would make Walt Disney proud because it truly may tell us about the world of tomorrow and what Apple and its competitors is hard at work trying to create.
The MagicBand is a wristband of sorts that has the capability to create a personalized experience when you visit one of the Disney theme parks.
It looks like a simple rubber wristband or a long watchband with no face.
So what can a MagicBand do, well:
What is so remarkable about the MagicBand is that it is not remarkable looking at all yet it connects you to a vast and powerful system of sensors within the park that makes your experience well magical… as if the park knows what you want before you even want it. The whole experience becomes invisible to the guest, whose only job is to have fun and enjoy time in the park and with their family.
And that ability to remove the hassles of carrying your wallet around the park, or carrying a photo ID, or a hotel key or park tickets is what makes the technology behind the MagicBand so remarkable.
Steve Jobs saw the magic of Disney and bought over 130 million shares of Disney stock.
But what I wanted to talk to you about today is not to run out and buy Disney stock or Apple stock for that matter… sure I doubt you can go wrong with either company they are both great stocks to own.
What I wanted to talk with you about today is the technology that makes the MagicBand possible and how you as an investor can position yourself to profit from the primary company that makes it a reality and the true vision of an Apple Watch of the future the one which I believe Steve Jobs intended.
This type of technology is like riding a roller coaster that never comes down and offers the potential for profits that dreams are made from.
You see Disney is just the testing ground for technologies that could soon create the ultimate in a personalized world… imagine the power of the MagicBand technology imbedded in an Apple Watch where your personal preferences open up a world of conveniences like: starting your car with just a wave of your wrist, or opening your front door with the wave of your hand or walking into your house and the thermostat automatically adjusts the temperature to your exact liking.
It would seem… well magical.
If you think about the major ways Apple has transformed our lives, you’ll notice it doesn’t invent new devices or technologies.
Instead, it takes an existing idea, waits until it’s absolutely certain the world is going mad for it… and then… perfects it.
BlackBerries, Palms, and other smartphones were common long before the first iPhone.
Tablets existed well before Steve Jobs introduced the first iPad in 2010.
And I’m sure you can probably remember being impressed by those early mp3 players with the whopping 12-song capacity… Before the iPod came along and put “a thousand songs in your pocket.”
Look closely and I think it will tell you – with an excellent track record – what the next big trend will be.
And then lead you straight to the investment that could build you a fortune off it.
Which is why if you’re looking to add a few zeros to your portfolio, your blood should be pumping pretty fast right about now.
Think about it… why was Steve Jobs so interested in the technology experiments going on at Disney? Why did he buy up over 130 million shares?
Well I decided to find out… by cutting one of these MagicBands open to see what secret potion or pixy dust could be found inside… the way I see it I owed it to myself and every other investor looking to profit from the smartwatch and wearables revolution.
What I discovered was nothing short of amazing….
As you can see from this video I shot of my destructive curiosity… once you
successfully get the magic band open (which is no easy task and took me quite a while to pry open) you can see a number of antennas, this RFID chip and a number of radio like sensors that can send and receive information from various distances called “touchless Near Field Communications” technology or touchless NFC for short.
Again nothing remarkable by any means… rather simple really.
But if we dig a little deeper things really start to get interesting for investors like us.
Because remember it is not about what the Apple Watch or Android models look like it is what they enable us as users to do… the magic is in the functionality.
For the MagicBand the magic is that it enables visitors to the Disney theme parks to forget about all the hassles of visiting a theme park… no room keys, no tickets, no wallet and no lines.
You are “connected” to the park through the thousands of sensors that are constantly sending and receiving information to and from your MagicBand.
Like your location in the park, what you ordered for lunch, what rides you are interested in riding and what hotel room you are in.
An experience is created that is all about you, without all the hassles. And every visitor that goes to the park is going to have a different experience based on what they want out of their visit.
Because when you booked your vacation you entered in your likes, dislikes, the rides you want to go on, your payment information, your flight information and what is most important to you on your vacation.
But this type of interaction with the world around us is not unique to Disney Land…
Everyday we interact with:
A GPS -for directions...
An app on our phone- to find our favorite resturaunt...
A computer- to check on the weather...
Or a smartwatch- to pay for groceries at the store...
To personalize our world.
everyday we interact with our cell phones or GPS or computer in much the same way.
When we are looking to travel to somewhere we have never been before we enter our start location into a GPS and tell it where we want to go.
On our cell phones we log onto Google maps to find the nearest train station or a restaurant that serves our favorite food.
On our computers we go to weather.com and type in our location to find out what cloths we should be wearing or if it is going to be a nice day for a BBQ.
And when we go to the food store we wave our smartwatch clad wrists or use our phones to pay for our groceries because we saved our credit card information to our device.
The issue is not that the technology isn’t out there to personalize our worlds… its that these functionalities exist on a multitude of devices that must either work together or make our lives a hassle having to bounce between one device or another to get the answers we need.
The true winner in this post-smartphone market is going to be the company who is first to market with a smartwatch or wearable that makes these tasks seamless, effortless and personal…. Where everyday is like being in Disney Land where the world is personalized.
Now as I am sure you have already guessed the only way that this is possible is if ALL of our devices are connected… including our smartwatches and wearbles. Where through the interconnectedness of these devices our lives become easier, effortless and our devices become invisible.
And why Apple, Google, Samsung, Sony, Microsoft, and our old friends at Intel are all slamming on the accelerator pedal and shoveling billions of dollars into research and development to make the dream of a personalized world possible.
Why all this fuss?
Well, I firmly believe in ABI’s forecast that by 2018, major technology companies will be selling 485 million of these new devices per year. So if you are Apple, Google, Samsung, Sony or Microsoft you have 485 million reasons to be first to market with this technology.
And Avi Greengart, a technology product expert for another top research firm, Current Analysis, Inc., says we're now standing at the tipping point of this historic market shift.
Because, make no mistake. This isn't just some Silicon Valley pipe dream and it isn’t a fairy tale. This is a high stakes race to create the personalized wearable of the future.
Now I can't say for certain how long Apple will be the king of computing, and I can't say for certain all the things that the next Apple Watch and its competitors will be able to do.
Fortunately, I don't have to, because there's three things I can say for certain.
Not because that's what my growth-investing hero David Gardner and his full research team have concluded.
But because I'm wearing this gadget on my wrist right now and have experienced first hand the potential of its functionality.
1. All wearable computers will have location sensing as their core feature.
So whether you're in a board meeting, an airport, or a swimming pool, they'll know exactly where you are and what you're trying to accomplish there.
And why they'll eventually replace our TV remote controls, hotel keys, parking meters, ID cards, passwords, tickets … you name it. Literally putting everything in the world at our fingertips faster than you can wave your hand and say open sesame.
2. Two, the only way that smartwatches or wearables are going to overcome consumer skepticism is through their functionality.
3. And number three, all werable devices or smartwatches will need to connect with all other devices seamlessly.
But there is a little hiccup in the magic right now… remember that pickle I told you Tim Cook is in right now? Well he needs to get his hands on the tiny device that makes the MagicBand… well…. magic. So does Google, Samsung, Nokia or any other wearables or smartwatch manufactures.
They will all need to incorporate this functionality for their devices to connect to the larger world. Can you guess what manufacture makes that technology?
I explained before that David Gardner was one of the first investors to catch on to companies like AOL, Amazon.com, eBay, Starbucks, and Chipotle.
Not to mention a lot of other extremely profitable stocks I'll show you in a minute that you haven't read about in the news (yet).
And remember those rumors and whispers I have been hearing about from my contacts in the technology world?
Well they suggest he is right! And when I broke open the MagicBand I was happily amazed to learn he is not only right but right on the money!
You see, Apple is aiming to include even greater flexibility in the Apple Watch 2 possibly including what industry insiders are calling “tether-less” operation developing capabilities into the Apple Watch so that it no longer needs to rely on your iPhone… in short untethering your Apple Watch from your iPhone.
Google announced recently that they are also working on the same type of technology which will “free us” from our smartphones saying that, “it's significant considering this has been such a shortcoming for smartwatches in the past.”
And recent evidence reveals that Apple and Google are already working with one specific company to make that happen…. The same company that David is on record recommending nearly 4 years ago and yes is in the MagicBand.
And boy has he been right. Investors who listened to David when he first said “buy this stock,” have more than tripled their money.
Because this company is already the supplier of the technology that supplies Apple, Google, Nokia, NTC, Samsung and other manufactures with their NFC technology. The technology which makes Google Wallet and ApplePay work.
But what’s more exciting is David believes this company is STILL a very compelling buy for investors today because of the explosion that Apple’s Watch just ignited.
I can’t say I’m surprised. After all he's been breaking the rules of Wall Street for years.
In the 9 years since David started offering monthly growth stock recommendations to ordinary investors like you and me, he's nearly DOUBLED the return of the S&P 500.
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Thanks for watching today. I hope the information I've provided so far has been helpful to you.
And sorry for being so long-winded…
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