Hopes for Greater 5G Internet Speed Lift the Market Higher

Excerpt from Louis Navellier's Marketmail - 4/23/2019

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The biggest news last week was that the Apple (AAPL) and Qualcomm (QCOM) settlement on Tuesday should help both companies move on and proceed to build great 5G products. There is no doubt that 5G, which brings cable modem broadband speeds to wireless products, will trigger a massive upgrade to phones, tablets, computers, and other products that utilize wireless broadband technology. Unlike a wi-fi network, 5G is supposed to be much more readily available and bring blazing speeds to wireless products. 

The next big 5G fight will be between Huawei (China) and America’s QualcommIntel(INTC), Marvell Technology (MRVL), and Xilinx (XLNX), all of which are developing 5G chipsets. The Trump Administration has made it very clear that it wants the U.S. to win the 5G war for worldwide market share, but Huawei is a formidable competitor. Essentially, whoever controls 5G is expected to control the Internet several years from now, so this is shaping up to be an epic fight between China and the U.S.

Navellier & Associates owns AAPL, XLNX and INTC in managed accounts and XLNX and INTC our sub-advised mutual fund. Louis Navellier and his family own XLNX and INTC via the sub advised mutual Fund only.

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