That’s how much it’ll cost to build out 5G infrastructure by the year 2020.
Go here for the 5G stocks that are “approved” by President Trump.
Verizon, AT&T and Sprint are the major 5G players here in the U.S.
They’re each rushing to build the biggest and fastest 5G networks in order to keep customers happy.
Sprint (NYSE: S) plans to spend $5 billion upgrading its network . . . Verizon (NYSE: VZ) has budgeted $18 billion for 2019 . . . and AT&T (NYSE: T) has set aside $25 billion for 5G.
Wireless carriers are offing a commodity service. And that means the company with the best network will win customers.
One Chinese company named Huawei played a major role in building out 4G networks across Europe. And it plans to be a major provider of hardware for new 5G networks.
President Trump has decided that it’s too risky to have a Chinese company providing this crucial infrastructure.
So, he’s signed a new executive order that bans China’s #1 telecom from providing 5G hardware to American companies.
That decision sets the stage for U.S. companies to dominate this explosive growth sector. In fact, I’ve identified five American companies that will be key suppliers to AT&T, Sprint and Verizon.
I like to call them “Trump-Approved 5G Stocks.”
Everyone knows that President Trump will do anything to win the trade war with China. And his campaign pledge to “Make America Great Again” means helping U.S. companies thrive and having a robust economy.
Current estimates suggest that the new 5G network could create 3 million American jobs.
New 5G technologies will create numerous growth opportunities in areas including virtual reality . . . self-driving cars . . . and other innovations that we can’t even imagine.
Frankly, getting into this sector is like investing in internet stocks before the late 1990s dot-com boom.
I’m calling it the 5G Revolution. And I’d like to reveal exactly how America will lead in this explosive growth market.
The good news is that early investors stand to earn a fortune.