“Buy 5G stocks right now!”
That’s the message from a Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) telecom analyst.
2020 is the year that 5G goes nationwide. And that’s why now’s the time to BUY the top 5G stocks.
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Goldman analyst Brett Feldman just issued his bullish 5G research report. Inside the report he reveals . . .
5 Reasons to Buy 5G Stocks
- Expansion of new 5th generation wireless networks in 2020
- Apple launches 5G iPhones in September
- Data use increases when users switch to faster wireless plans
- Recent FCC auctions open up spectrum and allow new 5G towers to be built
- Increased tower usage by consumers
AT&T plans to roll out 5G for 200 million Americans this year. And T-Mobile says it already has 5G available in over 5,000 U.S. cities.
Meanwhile, Samsung is releasing new 5G smartphones on Feb. 11. Chinese companies just unveiled sub-$500 5G phones at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Most importantly, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) plans to release four new iPhones with 5G in September.
YES – 2020 will be the year that 5G becomes a reality.
Goldman Sachs offers three specific stock recommendations. And while they’re interesting, NONE offer triple-digit profits.
Frankly, I’m more excited with this Trump-approved 5G tech stock. And shares could surge 562% as sales explode this year.
Here are Goldman Sachs’ top stocks:
SBA Communications (NASDAQ: SBAC)
This real estate investment trust owns and operates wireless towers. Goldman expects the company will grow its cash earnings by 12% this year.
The stock already jumped 50% in 2019 and has a tiny dividend yield of 0.6%. Goldman has a price target of $280. That’s 12% upside for the stock this year.
American Tower (NYSE: AMT)
American Tower is a huge wireless tower company – with a market cap of $103 billion. It’s also a REIT – and pays out a more generous 1.7% dividend yield.
The company owns over 170,000 wireless sites around the world. The stock gets a $270 share price target from Goldman – 15% higher than the recent bid.
Verizon (NYSE: VZ)
Verizon is the second-largest wireless carrier in the U.S. and currently has 118 million customers.
Goldman expects that new 5G wireless plans will cost more than today’s plans. And more expensive plans could increase revenues in 2002. That’s why the stock gets a $67 price target.
Now, those are the top picks from Goldman Sachs.
However, you’ll notice that NONE of these stocks offer considerable upside. And if you’re looking for big profits from 5G . . .
You’ll need to look at undiscovered 5G stocks flying below the radar.
That’s why I’m hosting the 5G Profit Summit next week. And I’m ready to share all of my research from the last three months.
One tiny 5G stock could see sales surge 562% in 2020 – thanks to a big contract with the Pentagon.
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