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There’s an explosive NEW real estate in town. It doesn’t have any walls, and it’s driven by our voracious appetite for technology and connectivity. But the biggest opportunity is a highly profitable $75.6-billion niche segment few investors know about.
When the wireless revolution first swept across the U.S., most investors were skeptics, thinking cell phones were for the already-rich, or for drug dealers. But those that saw this opportunity for what it was—and what we see now—made billions. And they are still making billions today.
Ronald Reagan dished out public domains to private upstarts like candy in the 1980s—via lotteries–and then they were re-sold to telecoms giants, such as AT&T.
Mark Warner of Colombia Capital, dubbed ‘The Man with the Golden iPhone’, made $150 million on these lotteries, and he was just getting started. He wasn’t wealthy, and he wasn’t apost was originally published on this site