Today, a single small-cap U.S. company is producing an irreplaceable semiconductor chip.
It’s already enabling your television’s beautiful HD picture… Controlling the Wi-Fi signal you need to surf the web in your house… And enabling connectivity for every online device in your home.
They’re in everything from set-top DVRs to cable boxes, from broadband routers to converters… You really can’t do much in the digital age without them.
If you’re reading this email at home, no doubt, you’re surrounded by these chips.
Yet incredibly, shares of the company making these chips are still less than $5 each.
But I can guarantee you that’s going to change big-time. Any day now.
Don’t just take my word for it: Analysts believe so as well.
Their consensus estimate for second half of the year revenue increase is 217%!
There’s no way growth like that can be ignored by Wall Street.
Especially when the company’s also increasing its number of customers in the next 12-18 months by tens of millions, thanks to deals with China and India.
It’s only a matter of time before the street’s Fat Cats take notice and start pouring in big money.
When that happens, the share price will take off like a Saturn V rocket.
And early-in investors will make a killing. But here’s the thing…
This company may not even survive to the end of the year.
That’s because one of the communications giants it already does business with — names like Comcast, Verizon, Cisco, Samsung, Motorola, Dish Network, DirectTV — could buy the small-cap chip maker out in a heartbeat.
It’s just a question of which multi-billion-dollar monster beats the others to the punch… Read More…