A Motley Fool Investigative Report - November 07, 2016
If you own Apple's stock, know someone who does, or have even thought about buying it... there's something you need to know.
You see, there's a king's ransom up for grabs as Apple's next game-changer makes its way outside of the company's secretive design labs in Silicon Valley. But, one stock that's poised to benefit the most from Apple's next game-changer IS NOT Apple.
While millions of tech-hungry consumers line up to get their hands on Apple's global sensations, a group of in-the-know investors will be licking their chops to capitalize on a backdoor way to potentially profit as Apple's products fly off the shelves.
Here's how. Apple is set to sell millions of new Apple Watches, PLUS millions of iPhones, PLUS millions of iPads.
But you already knew that. What most people don't know is there's an invaluable, tiny component inside all of these devices that Apple doesn't manufacture in-house! They don't make it because they don't have the technology OR the patents to do so.
That's because another company (1/30th of Apple's size) owns the rights to those patents -- so Apple has to pay that company to include its technology in their gadgets.
Translation: This tiny company essentially gets paid every time Apple sells a new device.
You don't have to be a numbers-whiz to understand what that kind of growth can do to a company's stock price.
That's why I hope you take a few minutes to unlock the full research a team of highly trained stock analysts from The Motley Fool put together on this developing story and discover why we could be near a turning point. Click here to get all of the details and the name of this stock poised to take-off.
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