“5G” is the next generation of mobile network technology that will make data delivery 100 times faster than 4G.
There's no doubt 5G stocks will create a lot of winners over the next decade.
And with the coronavirus scare gripping the markets, the best 5G stocks are now available at huge discounts compared to the beginning of the year.
That just makes this opportunity even better!
Swedish networking equipment maker Ericsson estimated that new 5G-based opportunities could generate as much as $1.3 trillion in additional annual revenue by 2026 just for carriers.
That money will flow, epidemic or not. In fact, with social events being cancelled, wireless carriers stand to see more revenue as people switch to entertainment online.
This spending will initially focus on these key areas: data centers; edge computing; network transformation; and 5G network protocols (also known as 5G IP) and modems.
And to help our readers identify clear-cut winners, we are providing this in-depth guide on how to find the top 5G stocks to buy right now.
Here’s how the winners break down by category…
Data-center OEM (including edge computing):
Nearly 80% of 5G infrastructure spend, according to Moor Insights, will come from hardware and network transformation projects to support the new 5G standard.
Key players are Cisco, DellEMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, and Lenovo – all of which fell along with general markets despite there being no signs that 5G infrastructure investment will be delayed.
Consensus pick: Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO)
Data-center component suppliers (Including edge computing):
These companies supply components that manufacturers use to build their hardware solutions. Key players include Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom, AMD, Samsung, and Nvidia.
With China having defeated its coronavirus epidemic before the rest of the world, the chip factories these companies rely on are already coming back online.
Consensus Pick: Intel (NASDAQ:INTC)
Network transformation providers:
These help telecom and other communication companies upgrade their networks to handle 5G.
Companies include Ericsson, Intel, Nokia, Samsung and Huawei.
With prices depressed because of markets reacting to the coronavirus, these companies are a steal – while their business is largely unaffected.
Consensus Pick: Nokia (NYSE:NOK)
Modem and IP suppliers:
These companies build modems, and/or supply intellectual property that contributes to the 5G standard, which will all be needed despite the coronavirus epidemic.
Companies to watch include Ericsson, Qualcomm, Huawei, Intel, Nokia and Samsung – all available right now at record-low prices.
Consensus Pick: Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM)
Mobile telecom companies:
China Mobile, SingTel, Vodafone, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, Orange, and a handful of other operators deliver cellphone services for retail and businesses.
As countries dealing with the coronavirus outbreak clamp down on public events and social gatherings, these companies are likely to see even more revenue than before. And right now, you can get their stock for less!
Consensus Pick: Verizon Communications Inc. (NASDAQ:VZ)
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