You’ll never guess who just put $91B on 1 5G stock

By: A.J. Tiarsmith

Interior of an iPhone

The “world’s smartest billionaire” has quietly acquired over 230,000 shares of Apple.

And Jim Simons, the legendary founder of Renaissance Technology, is not the only billionaire loading up on Apple stock in anticipation of a once-in-a-decade iPhone opportunity.

Business Insider reports that the billionaire founder of Chewy’s has invested “nearly all of his wealth” in Apple and just one other stock.

And now, Warren Buffett, the world’s greatest investor, has gobbled up over $91 billion worth Apple stock—that means Buffett is now betting over 40% of his portfolio on Apple.

These are just a few of the billionaires piling into Apple before the release of the new iPhone.

Because Apple analysts are predicting the new iPhone will unleash a “supercycle” that drives potentially record-breaking sales—over 230 million iPhones by some estimates.

That’s more than 50x more sales than the original iPhone!

See, for the first time ever, Apple will release an iPhone that is 5G ready.

And 5G will supercharge this new iPhone.

Because 5G provides up to 100x faster connections than the current iPhone by some estimates.

And that means the new iPhone will represent a quantum leap over previous models—similar to the difference between the original iPhone and your old flip-phone. 

And the old iPhones simply won’t be able to access all the innovations that 5G will unlock.

And that’s why Apple analysts are convinced that an unprecedented number of Apple fans will sprint to upgrade to this new iPhone.

But before you run out and buy shares of Apple, there’s something you need to know. 

Because there might be an even more lucrative way to play the coming iPhone boom.

Let me explain. 

Now don’t get me wrong—we love Apple here at The Motley Fool.

Motley Fool Co-Founder, David Gardner, has been recommending Apple to Motley Fool members since back when the iPhone first came out.

And Apple is up 2,073% since David first recommended Motley Fool members buy shares.

But here’s the problem.

Apple is enormous.

Its market cap is over $1.5 trillion.

It’s very difficult for companies as large as Apple to post monster returns.

Apple’s market cap would have to grow to larger than the entire current GDP of the United States if it were to increase another 2,073%

And that’s why—even though we love Apple—we think there might be an even more lucrative way to play the coming iPhone supercycle.

And that brings me to the remarkable company I want to tell you about today.

Because David and his team at Motley Fool Stock Advisor have identified a tiny American company (1/500th the size of Apple) that seems perfectly positioned for the coming iPhone supercycle.

Because this under-the-radar Pennsylvania company makes a component so essential to the improvements in Apple’s 5G iPhone—that Apple is expected to include it in every single new iPhone they make

And that means that this tiny company could ring the cash-register every single time a new iPhone is sold.

You don’t need to be a math whiz to understand what that kind of sales growth can do to a company’s share price.

And that’s why so many investors are buzzing with excitement about the new report from David Gardner’s team at Motley Fool Stock Advisor

The name of this report is “5G Supercycle: An investor’s guide to Apple’s next must-have device.”

In this report, you’ll find why out why we are convinced we’re only in the VERY early days of this company’s trajectory.

Which means there could still be more profit to be had for in-the-know investors who are prepared to take action.

Now, I don’t like to brag… but we here at The Motley Fool have had a pretty good track record of picking trends before they get big. Take a look at a few of the companies we picked to dominate their field:

  • Netflix, up 25,413%
  • Amazon, up 19,624%
  • Booking Holdings, up 6,861%
  • Walt Disney, up 6,679%

If you’d invested $1,000 in each of those companies when we recommended them in Stock Advisor, you’d be sitting on $589,779 right now. 

And our new report reveals the reasons why we think every forward-thinking investor should be paying close attention to this revolutionary new industry.

But please note: You currently may not be eligible to receive this valuable research.

Because this report is only available to members of Motley Fool Stock Advisor (the #1 ranked investment newsletter in 2017, 2018, and 2019 according to Wall Street Survivor).

The good news is that there’s still time to for you to get the full details on this exciting opportunity.

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Returns are updated during market hours. John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. A.J. Tiarsmith owns shares of Apple and Walt Disney. The Motley Fool owns shares of Amazon, Apple, Booking Holdings, Netflix, and Walt Disney. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.