Where and how to invest in wirelesstoday's most promising "next big thing"
Wireless technologies are among today's major growth industries. By 2003, more than 500 million people will be using wireless devices. Yet, avid investors can be frustrated with complex terminology and confusing market factors. Tapping into Wireless provides the knowledge and strategies investors need to take advantage of wireless opportunities. It gives readers the ins and outs of the hardware, software, services, and technologies, along with the best opportunities for investing in this fledgling but well-entrenched industry. From understanding the basics of the industry to targeting market leaders, investing in pre-IPO companies, and even recognizing red flags in otherwise promising opportunities, Tapping into Wireless is the single best guidebook for making the smartest choices among today's wireless opportunities.
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Everything You Need to Know to Invest in WirelessToday, Next Year, and for the Long Run
Wireless technologieswith their global appeal and unlimited potential for further growthare going to make a lot of investors rich. But they won't make every investor rich, only those who know enough to spot the true high-flyers. As a potential wireless investor, how can you know which company is poised to soar while, at the same time, you unmask and avoid those that won't ever leave the runway?
Tapping into Wireless takes an inside look at the wireless revolution from the standpoint of the investor. This all-in-one reference delivers detailed coverage of the hardware, software, services, and technologies that are driving wireless growth as it provides:
Ten years from now, investors will look at certain wireless companies and say, "If I'd only known then..." Tapping into Wireless is a step-by-step primer on what you need to knownowto get in on the ground floor of one of history's most exciting investment opportunities.
"The rapid growth of wireless communications around the world has only set up the next phase of this exciting market. With billions of people now familiar with the concept of mobile communications, new ideas and creative uses of wireless devices are coming around every day. For investors, advances in wireless technology translate into new opportunities for profit..."From the Introduction
Did you know enough to invest in Microsoft in 1988, when the personal computer industry was firmly established but still in its infancy? Chances are you didn't ... But what would your current portfolio look like if you had?
Tapping into Wireless provides insider details on today's wireless industry, a fledgling but well-entrenched industry with the potential for virtually limitless investment growth. Providing you with the foundation you need to understand wirelessits driving forces, different sectors, emerging technologies, and morethis timely book provides specifics instead of generalities and targets the strategies you need to know to invest successfully in today's #1 growth opportunity.
Tom Taulli and Dave Mock have helped thousands of investors understand what is important and what isn't in the world of wireless, and Tapping into Wireless is the first book to assemble their combined technical and investment knowledge into one accessible resource. Look here to learn more about:
For more than a century, since the pioneering work of Marconi, wireless technologies have teased investors with their potential for runaway profits. The wireless era has finally arrived. Let Tapping into Wireless give you the inside details on what is really happening in wireless today, and show you which companies and technologies are poised to become leaders. It will give you the knowledge you need to uncover wireless companies that are poised to reach the topand the trading savvy you need to catch them on their way up.About the Author:
Tom Taulli is an analyst with NetCap Ventures, an investment banking firm in Newport Beach, California. The author of Investing in IPOs -and Stock Options, Taulli also is a regular contributor to print and online resources including Bloomberg Personal Finance, CBS MarketWatch, and others, and has been a guest commentator on CNBC, CNN, and Bloomberg TV.
Dave Mock is a syndicated columnist. Mock's in-depth reports on wireless technologies and the wireless industry have appeared in online resources including MotleyFool.com, unstrung.com, and others, and are distributed to a variety of corporations and associations. Among his most popular reports are the investors' guides Wireless 101 and Wireless 201.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071384197
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071384197
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-003-79-6777006