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Make Large Investments

June 1st, 2019 / Tags: / categories: Uncategorized /

I’ll show which I think they are the best companies that recently are being developed to invest. It can also be a great starting point because many of these companies are going to belong to the circle of large companies. These are those that I consider as a potential investment in the future: IDCC (Inter Digital Inc) this company sells technology to cellular companies. They have 3000 patents and 9000 which are in the process of approval. This is an area that has a very large growth potential and according to its last conference call information by wireless traffic expectations will increase tenfold within 5 years (youtube videos on mobile phones).

They also are working to give solutions in what concerns to the bandwidth. Dropbox has much to offer in this field. The last quarter they increased their income by 37% and the ganancas by 232%. Being a very profitable company one could be put to think the amount of money that would have to acquire part of this company, but luckily not so. The company is currently trading well below the values that show their contables-financieros reports. Many analysts calculated on average 21% growth per year of this company for the future. The actions of this company are really cheap since its market capitalization is 957 million dollars, of which have 430 million in cash and no debt.

Directors pursued policies friendly to shareholders since in March this year they authorized $ 100 million in share repurchases and already bought more than one million thanks to this policy. IEC (IEC Electronics Corp.) IEC Electronics Corp. It provides electronic manufacturing (EMS) services to enterprises of technology in the United States. It consists in the custom manufacture of circuit cards, system-level and a series of custom cables assemblies. The company also provides electronic manufacturing services mainly for communication systems Wireless, teams of diagnostic tests, instrumentation and military defence systems, as well as medical and transport products.

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