Martin Hutchinson was already chuckling when I got him on the phone for our "private briefing" late Friday, so I knew he had something really great to tell me.
"Bill, I've uncovered a tech-sector bargain that's so cheap I almost can't believe it," Hutchinson told me. "And it's a direct play on the Apple iPhone."
In fact, Hutchinson explained, this iPhone profit play may be better than Apple itself in terms of the investment-return potential it offers.
Needless to say, Hutchinson had grabbed my attention right out of the gate.
An iPhone Profit Play
No one can question what Jobs did for Apple. But here's the thing: His greatest gift to the company that he founded, and ultimately resurrected, may end up being what he left behind. I'm speaking, of course, about the innovative corporate culture and upper-echelon talent that Jobs created and installed - and then left to perpetuate his legacy.
This means that we can expect Apple's momentum of success to continue for many years to come - and, as investors, can expect to profit.
Now Hutchinson has uncovered an investment play that will allow us to ride this momentum; and, as he explained during our conference call, it has more upside than if you just bought Apple's shares outright.
"Bill, the company I've found is an Apple supplier, and is involved with both the iPad and iPhone products," Hutchinson told me. "So it's poised to benefit in a big way when the iPhone 5 is introduced."
The report and recommendation appears in today's (Monday's) Private Briefing report, "The Top iPhone Play For a Post-Steve Jobs World." We're offering this new service - a premium version of Money Morning that includes access to some of the recommendations that our experts are making in their high-dollar, subscription-only trading services - to charter subscribers for only $5 a month.
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News and Related Story Links:
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Death of Steve Jobs Leaves Apple Without Its Muse.
About the Author
Before he moved into the investment-research business in 2005, William (Bill) Patalon III spent 22 years as an award-winning financial reporter, columnist, and editor. Today he is the Executive Editor and Senior Research Analyst for Money Morning at Money Map Press.