Welcome to the Internet of Things (IoT) Revolution

Welcome to the Internet of Things (IoT) Revolution

When I was a kid, time stood still in India.

My cousins and I would run out if a car passed by just so we could stare at it, because cars were such a rare sight. If you wanted to buy a car, you had to wait five years to get one because the government allowed only a certain number to be made each year.

It took six years or more for the government-run company to install a telephone in your house.

Cars and telephones were all the technology that was ever available to us in India.

Computers, new medical technology and consumer appliances like washing machines and air conditioners were all something we just heard about.

But that was then…

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Today, thanks to the Internet and satellite TV, people around the world know about new technologies at the same time. And that’s one reason why the newest tech trend that’s bringing a revolution to every aspect of human society is going to be a global phenomenon.

The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is sweeping the world right now.

According to researchers, the global market for IoT in 2020 is going to be worth $373 billion in terms of sales. Hardware will account for 52% of sales — devices ranging from personal wearable technology to smart homes to connected cars.

The remaining 48% will pour in from the software and analytics required to turn the copious amounts of data generated by hardware into usable information.

Leading market research firm IDC forecasts China to spend $128 billion on IoT by 2020. India’s spending will come in around $10 billion to $12 billion by 2020. And forecast sales for the Middle East and Africa are at $11 billion by 2019.

When the personal computer (PC) revolution started, it was mostly limited to developed countries. Only in the much later stages, when prices of computers dropped significantly, did this revolution go global.

But unlike previous tech revolutions, IoT is a global revolution from Day One. Kids growing up in India today are going to be part of the IoT at the same time as their peers in richer, more developed countries.

IoT Global Reach

In fact, IoT is going to be the first tech revolution that has the genuine likelihood of benefiting every country at the same time.

IoT is going to give us information so that we have safer cars, buses, trucks, trains and planes. It’ll reduce waste and increase safety in factories and manufacturing. It’ll give us choices on how to use energy so as to maximize its efficiency and reduce pollution.

That’s why I believe the IoT revolution is going to have a greater impact than the Industrial Revolution and the PC revolution. That’s why Cisco Systems, the world’s biggest networking company, estimates that the total impact of the IoT revolution will be $19 trillion. And Ericsson, a device manufacturer, believes there will be 50 billion connected devices worldwide by 2020.

And yet, despite these massive numbers, most people are skeptical. The companies that are going to directly benefit from the IoT revolution don’t currently reflect the enormous upside that they are going to capture as this tech trend unfolds.

This poor showing is largely due to fear. You see, most people are too scared of the stock market to buy the stocks that are poised to rally 100%, 200% or even 500%. And that’s understandable. After all, the 2008 crash and the wild volatility we’ve experienced left many investors with significantly smaller portfolios and less tolerance for risk.

However, just understand that soon more stocks connected to the IoT trend are going to start soaring higher. For example, recent IoT-related IPO Impinj (Nasdaq: PI) has rallied 171% in just two months. But don’t buy this or any other stock just because I use it as an example. If you want to buy into opportunities like Impinj, be on the lookout for my Extreme Profits service that we’re going to launch soon.

Now, IPOs are often small companies that are too risky. However, you can get into the global IoT trend by buying two exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that I’ve been telling readers about.

First, you can buy the Industrial Select Sector SPDR ETF (NYSE Arca: XLI), which will get you in on the industrial and manufacturing side of the IoT tech trend.

Second, you can buy the VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF (NYSE Arca: SMH), which will get you into the electronic-sensor side of this trade, which is a critical element of the IoT tech trend.

What’s more, I’ve just released my newest recommendation in the October issue of Profits Unlimited. I think it’s a great play on what will be a critical component of the IoT revolution.

Regards,

Paul Mampilly
Editor, Profits Unlimited

  • Aileen Robertson

    I signed up on Jan. 14,2017 for the ‘amazing’ stock but never received it or the 3 booklets that I understood would be coming to me. I agree that the IoT is the coming ‘thing’ but need more info.
    Aileen

  • Kamal Jweda

    Hello Paul,I sign up last week, do I get all that information on 5 Technology Stocks that will Power The next Industrial Revoloution ?

  • John Goddard

    Paul,
    I signed up last week to get the ONE stock I should buy for the Internet of Things. What is that one stock? Also I cannot open the The Company Leading the $19 Trillion Revolution. To access this report, please click on the following link does not open

    Thank You!

    John

  • Susan Chen

    Hi Paul,
    I just joined and read about 5 Technology Stocks That Will Power the Next Industrial Revolution. What are the 5 stocks
    Thanks

  • Kathryn Miller

    Hi Paul , where can I find the stocks to buy that you recommend

  • John mc alpin

    Is there one stock to invest in now for the Iot.

  • Dom Rici

    these guys kill me they boast about being millionaires and billionaires but cant just release a stock without getting you for money . Its why we have a healthcare problem we have poverty ,expensive child care .Its all from GREED If you make 10 mill a year do u need 12 or 15 mill .every year .. Research yourself about Data Farms co- bots machine to machine learning and the chips and semis needed

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    Stupid question: What the heck is that little thing that the picture shows on the dime?

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    Pure scam – if it sounds to good to be true then it’s not. They want you to have contact with their investors so they can get you to invest threw them so they can make money. They don’t even tell you the details of this product. Scam city.

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    Paul is constantly trying to sell you something. If he is that successful buying &selling why is he selling so much?

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    i wish someone would email me back , i have asked so many times, i have lost my password and cant login, i would like to see the portfolio that Paul recommends…please someone form Banyan contact me…
    andrew

  • Shirley Lane

    Chip

  • barri glick

    NOT A STUPID Question: They WANT you to WONDER..then you will BUY the report. I agree with Dom Rici! STMicroelectronics NV (ADR). When you’re TEASED to the point of logging in to Purchase a stock, WAIT…..read Stock GUMSHOE first! If you need to pay, money well spent.

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  • Barry Wald

    It’s called a mem. It’s a sensor that allows things to communicate with other things.

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    Never, ever put all your eggs in one basket.

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  • Hello Andrew!
    Now after a month from your comment, did you get any results?

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