What Tim Cook didn’t tell you about the iPhone 5…

19 Sep

SOURCE: The Motley Fool

By now, you probably know almost everything there is to know about the iPhone 5…

And you’ve most likely already heard that:

check  Apple sold TWO MILLION iPhone 5s in the first 24 hours it was available for pre-order — which is more than double the number of first-day orders it saw for the iPhone 4S…

check  AT&T has set an all-time record for iPhone sales less than a day after making the iPhone 5 available for pre-order…

check  Industry experts, like Pipar Jaffray’s Senior Apple analyst, Gene Munster, estimate that Apple could sell as many as 170 million iPhones in the coming year — and say that 80 million sales are already “in the bag”…

check  J.P. Morgan’s Chief Economist, Michael Feroli, has gone so far as to predict that sales of the iPhone 5 could boost our country’s GDP by as much 0.5% in the fourth quarter, and…

check  A recent Wells Fargo report projects that the phone’s release will be the single-biggest consumer electronics launch in history — trumping any TV, PC, cell phone, CD player, or VCR to ever hit the shelves…

But there’s one very surprising thing you probably haven’t heard about the new iPhone…

And while it may not change your mind about whether or not to buy one, it does explain why our top technology analysts say this historic launch could lead to a unique millionaire-making opportunity — the likes of which haven’t been seen since Ronald Reagan was in office.

Yet very few investors know anything about this obscure “backdoor” opportunity — and even fewer are taking advantage of it.  

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Posted by on September 19, 2012 in Finance,Taxation and Investment


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