didn’t say this out loud. He didn’t need to...
Read between the lines carefully enough...
... and you'll realize there are actually two ways to grab the mountain of cash that Apple CEO Tim Cook is waving in front of your face.
The first way is by investing in Apple directly. And claiming your share of its dividends and capital gains in the years to come.
But I bet a lot of you are doing that already.
So I want to tell you the second way .
According to America's top-rated growth stock expert, it's a much better (and much faster) strategy for adding to your wealth today than a direct investment in Apple would be.
And the history of the computing industry suggests that he's correct.
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, etc.) that every $5,000 invested in Intel stock back then has grown into more than $840,080 today.
What they said before the
Michael Malone, Forbes
“Apple is losing its appeal.”
Sam Jaffe, Businessweek
“Apple’s scraping the bottom of the barrel.”
Arne Alsin, The Street
What they said before the i Phone (2007)
“Apple’s corporate slogan is Think Different. The problem is Apple always thinks the same.”
Graeme Philipson, The Age
“It's unclear what Jobs can do... to turn around Apple's fortunes.”
Stephen Gandel, Money
“The iPhone is nothing more than a luxury bauble that will appeal to a few gadget freaks.”
Matthew Lynn, Bloomberg
What they said before the i Pad (2010)
“Apple: Short Term Winner, Long Term Loser”
Fabrice Grinda, Business Insider
“Apple’s latest creation seems destined to flop.”
John Dvorak, PC Magazine
“1.2 million first-year sales.”
Scott Craig, Merrill Lynch [only 14.6 million short!]
What they’re saying now
“Apple will lose its cool factor.”
Brian Deagon, Investor’s Business Daily
“It’s all downhill from here.”
Dan Crow, The Guardian
“Apple is a dead company walking.”
Dave Logan, CBS News
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.
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 that little prototype I mentioned into its next big game-changer, he's in quite a pickle.
I'll explain why in just a minute.
But first, let's get something straight right away.
No matter what you hear on TV, you don't need perfect timing to be a successful growth investor. All you need is a good strategy.
Take those crazy cartoon numbers we saw for Intel's growth.
Let's say your timing was extremely "late"... and you made your move two years after that perfect moment to invest in Intel.
Well you wouldn't exactly be kicking yourself. And you'd still have that BMW.
Because even if you did wait every minute of those two years, your $5,000 would have still grown into a cool $760,300.
So when it comes to running circles around all those frightened little boys in the financial media who are always "crying wolf"... and giving yourself the financial breathing room you need to live life on your own terms...
You don't need to predict history.
You just need to learn from it.
Unfortunately, too many investors don't learn a thing.
They stay on the Wall Street hamster wheel, chasing big returns that always stay just out of reach. Telling themselves that this is the year they'll finally "catch up."
That's why one small growth investing club started pursuing a very different (and much less stressful) strategy.
Banking winners that have gone up 688%, 726%, 818%, 934%, 1,067%... even 1,791%.
Month after month.
And even though their stocks don't always win, they're quite satisfied with an average return that's more than doubled the S&P 500.
For more than nine years!
So if you want to know how they're doing it...
If you want to find out why that growth investing expert I told you about is celebrating not only a 100 times return on one of his more famous investments... but also a #1 track-record ranking in The Wall Street Journal ...
And if you want to understand why he's now convinced that investing club that the red line and the green line below can BOTH get a lot steeper once we add them TOGETHER...
... Then you need to take a quick trip with me across the street.
Most people don't know this, but The Motley Fool's headquarters is located directly across the street from the U.S. 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 (as long as there's no "government shutdown" in effect) 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.
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, a little greedy.
Because I've been hearing some really wild rumors from my contacts in the technology world over the past few weeks.
Here's what they all boil down to...
Apple has pulled together a team of more than 100 of its best engineers and product designers, to work on a new device that will "make the iPhone seem as cutting edge as a horse and buggy." (To quote Wall Street Journal reporter Ralph Gardner, Jr. once again.)
I even checked the classified ads on Apple's company website! And it turns out these rumors are 100% legit.
Apple is even hiding away this project team in a top-secret facility offsite from its headquarters in Cupertino, CA. Which means that even Apple's 80,200 other employees are hearing this story in whispers, too.
But there's more.
You see, Apple has also supplemented this development Dream Team with a few high-priced free agents.
And Apple isn't the only "horse and buggy" in this high-stakes race, either.
Google, Samsung, Sony, Microsoft, and our old friends at Intel are also slamming on the accelerator pedal... and shoveling billions of dollars into research & development.
Why all this fuss?
Well, a leading market intelligence firm called ABI Research recently forecast that by 2018, major technology companies like the ones I listed above will be selling 485 million of these new devices per year.
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.
Just ask the MGM Casino in Las Vegas... they've already created a policy to ban the use of these gadgets on their gaming floor.
Or ask the West Virginia state legislature... they consider their widespread adoption so much of a dead certainty that they're already debating a law to regulate it.
(That law is called H.B. 3057. And even the congressman who wrote it has admitted on-record that he "can't wait to get his hands on" one of them.)
So the smart money says that Apple will sell the lion's share of these 485 million devices.
Just multiply that number by $299, $349, $499 or any price that sounds reasonable, and you'll see why Tim Cook has called this market "incredibly interesting" and "ripe for exploration." And why that feels like the world's biggest understatement.
But meanwhile, 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.
By investing in the supplier that Apple and ALL of its competitors might eventually have to do business with, if they want to fully capitalize on this "post-smartphone" market opportunity.
Remember, there's no need for you to predict the future here.
You just need to remember the past.
Because there's a feeling in the air these days that takes me right back to the introduction of the first PC in the 1970s.
Depending on how old you are, it might remind you more of the 1950s. Or the 2000s.
As Mark Twain once said, "history doesn't repeat... but it does rhyme."
So when I made that trip across the street to the patent office, I realized right away that I was onto something big.
But I also realized that if I wanted to cash in on this coming mega-trend in the technology industry, I needed a plan... and I needed it fast .
Well, just take a look at that last illustration (to the right).
Because if you give me another minute to explain what this patent document really means for your investment portfolio, I believe it will be worth the wait.
(After all, nobody turns $5,000 into $760,300 overnight... and even though the stock I'm about to show you has already doubled since its IPO, we've still got some time left before we can toast to being "two years too late.")
Now, you've probably connected the dots at this point already.
But it might help if I shared another little piece of documentary research.
Just over a year ago, on December 3rd of 2012, Apple quietly filed a trademark application for the name "iWatch."
As you can imagine, that didn't make too much of a splash back in Silicon Valley. Or on Wall Street. Then Apple went ahead and filed for the same trademark in Russia. Japan. Taiwan. Mexico. Colombia. And Turkey.
And you can bet where they're headed next...
So what does an iWatch look like? We can't know for certain, but that patent diagram I showed you is a pretty good guess.
Unlike any watch we've ever seen, it doesn't have a face.
Instead, the band wraps all the way around. It's hard to make out the word written on the band in the diagram, but what it says is:
In other words, the entire band of the watch is a single flexible glass display screen. So it could tell you much more than just the time.
It could show you a text message from your golf buddy. Or the weather at the course . Or a map to direct you there. Or pretty much anything else a smartphone does.
But here's what's really exciting to me — as an Apple "fan," but more importantly, as an investor looking to find the most profitable angle on the iWatch – what if it's much more than the world's smallest smartphone?
What if it's something even better?
That's what I want to show you today, if you're game for it. But first, allow me a proper introduction...
My name is Jesse Keyser, and I'm proud to admit that I'm a Fool.
You see, when I got back from the patent office that day I was excited.
But I was also confused!
On the one hand, I was 100% certain that the picture I'd just seen represented the next stage of the computer 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...
For instance, what if 485 million people don't think like I do? What if they think (at least at first) that a "smart watch" is a dumb idea?
Plus, what can an iWatch do that an iPhone can't already do?
Or — for those of us on the wrong side of 25 — how are we supposed to control the computer if the $#*($^(% screen is so tiny?
Or how about this question...
If we can make a computer small enough to fit onto somebody's wrist, where else could it go instead? You may have heard about the oddball experiment that Google is trying out called "Google Glass"... it's a computer in the shape of a pair of eyeglasses, that beams its display 6 inches in front of your face! Maybe that's the future?
And here was my biggest concern of all... if Apple had already ponied up to file all this expensive legal paperwork, in so many different countries all over the world...
I needed answers. And fortunately, I knew just where to get them.
Because for the last 11 years, I've been lucky to work alongside the top-rated growth investment team in the world... at The Motley Fool.
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 prototype for the iWatch. And as I'll show you in just a minute, it's the same one Tim Cook is wearing in that mysterious press conference photo!
But 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 best-selling 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 .
And I've seen them praised by financial industry watchdog Mark Hulbert in The Wall Street Journal ... sitting #1 in his ranking of EVERY investing service out there.
Heck, I've even seen them toss on their jester caps... and then ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange!
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.
I shouldn't have been surprised that David Gardner already knew all about the next generation of computers.
(He calls them "wearables.")
After all, he's the rule-breaking technology investor who first became famous for revealing – in public, right on our little Motley Fool website on Aug. 5, 1994 – that he was putting his 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%. I actually had to count the zeroes on my screen just now to make sure I hadn't typed that wrong!
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-corrected $3.24 all the way to $336.37 today.)
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 stock also quadrupled within 4 years. Or that he didn't stop with eBay.
That's why I say... show me another investor, anywhere, whose personal track record demonstrates Mark Twain's theory about history "rhyming" better than David's does.
Or one who has more experience in leading little guys like you and me to HUGE gains. On technology stocks that a lot of Wall Street know-it-alls discovered a lot more than 2 years too late.
To have that kind of success over such a sustained period, you need to see the world a little differently.
David Gardner does.
And here's what he sees now...
It might sound silly, but I just never thought about it that way. Even though my wife bought me one right after it first came out, in March of 2012.
But when I saw this photo of Tim Cook the other day, I finally understood that David was right.
The prototype is called the Nike Fuelband. And, yes, it's no coincidence that Apple CEO Tim Cook happens to sit on Nike's board of directors. That Apple sells this gadget at its own retail stores. Or that it only links up to Apple computers.
The Fuelband is a fitness device... something like a souped-up pedometer.
If you're a celebrity watcher, you might have noticed that Late Night host Jimmy Fallon, Wimbledon champion Serena Williams, and actresses like Naomi Watts ( King Kong ) and Meta Golding ( CSI ) are wearing the Fuelband too.
Take a look around your office or your gym and I bet you'll see how trendy they've become.
And that's important.
Remember, it wasn't enough for Tim Cook to build a secret laboratory brimming with nerdy Ph.D.'s at his beck and call. Or to load up a truck-full of pending patents and trademarks.
Think about why he hired all those top fashion designers. It's the same reason why his little Fuelband experiment has been a wild success.
Why is Apple a $470 billion company? Because Apple is COOL.
They've been waiting to jump into the wearable computer market until the time is "just right." They want to be the Wright Brothers, not all the hilarious flops that came before them... and never got off the runway.
So let's take another lesson from history here.
Do you remember how lousy digital music players were before the iPod came out? How clumsy smartphones were before the iPhone came out? And how useless tablet computers were before the iPad came out?
You can look at the huge bite that Samsung is taking out of Apple's market share right now and see that plain as day.
But that's the problem with being cool... copycats!
Which is why cool kids always move onto something new, in the long run.
And why the safer bet as an investor – even as an investor in an explosive new technology growth sector like wearable computing – is to figure out what the cool kids and the copycats will all need.
That's exactly what Intel did in the 1970s. So when all those copycats caught up to IBM, they kept making money hand over fist. (And so did their shareholders.)
Look, I'm fully convinced by ABI's estimate of 485 million wearable computer sales per year. Even though that means one for every person in the world before my nephew graduates high school.
I've heard history rhyme in the computer industry too many times before to think otherwise. (And don't you feel like it's starting to rhyme faster and faster?)
But 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 iWatch and its copycats will be able to do.
But 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. Not because my title here at The Motley Fool is "VP of Strategic Partnerships" and I keep my ear to the ground. And not because I have a personal friend who works as a researcher at Nike.
But because I've been wearing this prototype on my wrist for almost two years...
The European company that makes the microchip in the Fuelband is called STMicroelectronics.
Half of the management is French, and half is Italian.
They probably have some great coffee & sandwiches in their lunchroom.
But I wouldn't invest in their stock.
Meanwhile, the company that makes a better motion-sensing microchip is located 10 miles from Apple's headquarters.
They recently doubled their office space. Doubled their production capacity. (And more than doubled their stock price, too.)
And – even though they already do business with Google, Samsung, LG, and Nintendo — a "channel check" researcher at Piper Jaffray is now reporting that they've expanded the scale of their design work so rapidly that there's only one company in Silicon Valley large enough to account for all that activity.
Can you guess which one it is?
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 below that you haven't read about in the news (yet).
But what I haven't explained is the six simple signs that he uses to identify these stocks, which he calls "rule breakers."
And how you can use this formula to find the ONE company best-positioned to profit from the coming wearable computing revolution.
So let's get started right away...
So far so good...
But like I said, there's a sixth sign that helps us identify rule breaking ultra-growth stocks. And it's going to take you by surprise. Happens every time I tell investors about David's strategy.
You see, sometimes a top dog company that's the first and best in its industry, and has the chops to stay that way for decades to come, can look like it's "too good to be true."
And that makes some investors nervous. But it also makes for a great buying opportunity for those of us who follow a true visionary like David Gardner, who takes the long-term view.
Which brings us to our sixth sign...
In many ways, it's the most important one.
Since then it's nearly doubled. Which led Cramer to jump on the bandwagon on October 10 of last year and call it a "red hot" buy.
Better late than never, I guess!
But of course, one example doesn't prove anything. Which is why it's worth taking a closer look at the total track record David has compiled in Rule Breakers ...
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.
Leading Hulbert Financial Digest to rank Rule Breakers as the #1 growth investing newsletter in the world.
Thanks for reading today. I hope the information I've provided so far has been helpful to you.
And sorry for being so long-winded... but the truth is, the circumstances behind this history-making investment opportunity are pretty complex.
Which works to your advantage...
You see, this Rule Breaker isn't getting much attention on Wall Street right now. In fact, as of this morning only 1 in 200 stock analysts are even covering it. And most of those analysts are missing the real story.
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