Monday, July 02, 2012

Apple To Jump Start Another Disruptive Technology

The How To Find Big Stocks Newsletter just recommended a nanocap that represents a pure play for the NFC investing wave.

This tiny company, with an extensive NFC patent portfolio, is being called "the Next Qualcomm"

From NFC 75% of mobile execs say NFC enabled iPhone will cause surge in uptake.

 Seventy-five percent of mobile industry executives think the launch of a rumored NFC-enabled iPhone will cause a surge in NFC adoption, according to new research from M for Mobile.

 M for Mobile’s “Mobile Payments Report 2012-2013” contends that 2012 will prove to be the tipping point year for NFC mobile payments entering into the mainstream.

According to the report, there are already several “pockets” of NFC activity worldwide, including “youthful, web savvy” nations like Poland and Turkey.

Here's the irony. The Samsung Galaxy S III, which is NFC enabled is being called the "iPhone killer".

Find out what company is being called "the Next Qualcomm."

 The tool that turned $10,000 into $2,800,000 in 2 years.

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