David Fessler’s 5G Stock – “The Next Tech Giant” Exposed!

David Fessler 5G Stock

by Anders

April 16, 2020

If you're wondering what David Fessler's 5G stock is, which he's been calling "The Next Tech Giant", then you're in the right place.

In this quick review I'll be going over what we're told about this 5G stock and piecing together the puzzle to expose it, including its ticker symbol.

Let's begin by talking about the teasers for this stock...

The Teasers

There are several teasers floating around the internet by David Fessler for his 5G stock pick, which he has called "The Next Tech Giant"...

The Next Tech Giant video

In this teaser he talks about how this one 5G company manufactures a small device, which he calls a "linchpin", that can fit in the palm of your hand, as shown...

However, I also came across another teaser of his for a 5G "linchpin" device, but this one looks completely different...

linchpin device

As it turns out, both of these "linchpin" devices are made by the same company. There are multiple variations of the teaser... but they all tease the same 5G stock.

Some of the claims that Fessler makes in the presentation include:

  • these devices could become more common than TVs and smartphones
  • this is "the linchpin of the potential $11.2 trillion 5G revolution that will reshape America forever"
  • the company behind this technology is virtually unknown (definitely not true)
  • investing in this company could turn a $50 stake into a fortune and could "hand you up to 24 times your money"

Throughout the presentation he shows a bunch of examples of stocks that have soared in price due to some sort of "linchpin" technology... and hints at this opportunity doing the same - examples like Skyworks Solutions and Akamai...

He spends half of the presentation going over examples of past stocks that have soared in price... but of course it's easy to look back and find past examples... finding them before they happen is the hard part.

But anyways... he claims to have found "THE NEXT TECH GIANT", and claims that this golden opportunity could make you filthy rich.

How do you get your hands on this stock? Well, he is giving out a "free" report called THE NEXT TECH GIANT: The Small Cap stock Behind the 5G Revolution...

The Next Tech Giant Report

But guess what... in order to get this "free" report you first have to subscribe to his Strategic Trends Investor advisory service. This is the same trick that the Premium Income Letter used to lure in new subscribers, and the same goes for Jimmy Mengel's "Blue Gas" teaser... they all work the same.

That's right... it's all a sales pitch. 

This advisory service regularly costs $249 (so we are told) but through this particular offer you could get it for $49/yr, and what it provides are monthly newsletter issues where he provides subscribers with his latest recommendations and market trends, weekly updates on the market and portfolio holdings, access to the model portfolio to view recommendation performance and more.

The good news: You don't have to buy into this anymore just to find out. I'll be going over the stock he's teasing right now.

What Is This "Linchpin Technology"?

He uses the word "linchpin" a lot in his presentations, but what on earth is he talking about here?

Well, as he states: "A linchpin technology is the foundation of paradigm-shifting innovation."

So the term "linchpin" can be applied to anything, but in this particular case he's talking about 5G routers and hotspots, which was what he was showing pictures of in the various presentations.

Are these really "linchpin" technologies?

You could easily categorize them as such. One of the big problems that 5G has is that its signals can't pass through solid objects, such as walls, doors, and even windows. The solution is to simply put hotspots and routers just about everywhere. 

There are other solutions, such as the "strip antennas" that are being made, but small routers and hotspots will likely be a huge deal in the coming months and years as 5G is rolled out.

Who Is David Fessler?

David Fessler

Fessler has a degree in electrical engineering and worked in the telecom industry for quite some time, where he was VP of sales at LTX , which is now called Xcerra Corporation and is a semiconductor Automatic Test Equipment vendor that sells to big companies like AT&T.

His background also includes designing automated systems for Silicon Valley, systems that are now used by Apple, Amazon, and even the DOD.

He talks about how his company manufactured a "linchpin technology" of its own, which he bought shares of at the time and claims to have made some good money from the whole thing. This new opportunity supposedly reminds him of it, only a lot better.

He retired from his old line of word at 47 and now is employed by The Oxford Club, which is an investment advisory firm that publishes investment newsletters, of which Fessler edits a couple - Strategic Trends Investor & Profit Trends.

Over the years he has made some very good recommendations to his subscribers, some of his better ones including Tesla in 2013, Skyworks Solutions in 2018, and Nvidida in 2016... but this doesn't reflect the overall performance.

"The Next Tech Giant" Stock EXPOSED

So what the heck is this stock, which is also referred to as the "#1 5G superstock"?

Let's take a look at some of the clues we were given...

  • "CEO is a 35-year veteran of the tech industry"
  • "it’s already signed AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile" - and has contracts with Ericsson and Qualcomm
  • Vanguard, BlackRock, J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup have large stakes in the company
  • it "has more than 200 patents"

And this is all the information we need. This is something I'm already familiar with, so not much information is needed.

What's the stock being teased?

Dun, dun, dun, dun.... It's Inseego (INSG), which is a tech manufacturer that makes 5G hotspots and routers, among other things.

  • Yes, Inseego makes various routers and hotspots as was shown in the presentations...
Inseego home router
Inseego hotspot
  • Yes, Inseego holds over 200 patents (not much more)
  • Yes, Vanguard, BlackRock, J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup all own shares
  • Yes, the CEO has over 35 years of experience in the industry - his name is Dan Mondor...

And yes, Inseego has contracts with AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile - and has a partnerships with Ericsson and Qualcomm

Inseego (INSG) it is.

All of the clues point here.

Is This Really the "#1 5G Superstock"?

So now we know what the David Fessler's 5G stock is, but is it really that great? Will you really be able to make 24-fold gains as he tells us?

Well, as you can probably imagine, a lot of the hype in the promotional material is over-the-top and exaggerated. You can't always trust what you hear in marketing material like this.

Saying that this company is going to increase 24x is largely based on speculation. A 12-month stock price forecast by analysts at CNN Business don't see the price going anywhere close to that over the next year. That said, professional analysts almost never predict surges in price like this... but they do happen.

Could Inseego be next? Who knows... but I certainly wouldn't count on 24x gains if you do invest!

Quick Recap

  • David Fessler's 5G stock has been called "The Next Tech Giant" as well as "#1 5G superstock"
  • The company behind this stock manufactures "linchpin technology", as he calls it
  • Fessler claims that investing in this one company could lead to 24x gains
  • The technology he's referring to is 5G routers and hotspots
  • In order to find out more about the company he's teasing you can get his "free" report, but before you can get this "free" report you have to subscribe to his Strategic Trends Investor advisory service, which costs money
  • I've done the research and the company he's teasing here is Inseego (INSG)

And there you have it! You're welcome!

Hopefully this quick review has helped you out and provided some value. Share this post to help spread the word and have a great day!

Also let me know in the comment section what you think about this "next tech giant".

About the author 

Anders

Anders is the founder and chief editor of Green Bull Research. When he's not investigating new opportunities and adding to his portfolio, you might find him taking a nature walk or reading a Steven Pressfield novel.

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  1. Apple fi will replace all 5g , also reported by oxford club. Conflicting info be same carrier. Apple fi to announce June 22,2020. David Fessler should send out email not to buy insg.With 6/16/2020 article by oxford. Need to let yes be yes and no be no . Does apple fi work with insg ????

  2. Hi, Anders. I almost bit for this offer, but yes it seemed way over hyped and that is why I left it alone. I probably will end up signing up with your recommended advisory service, but will want to check out the companies exposed. Well I am just sick of spending thousands of dollars on advisory services and then thing not turning out that well. Even though some of these services are supposed to be o.f high level. A small investor like me then doesn’t have a whole lot left over to actually invest. Thank you so much for providing this service. Have you checked out Matt Mcall and his Quantum battery claim. Also Ray Blanco has a claim that a new technology that will put 5g out of business very soon.

  3. 5G hot spots can be very useful in a car or other out of the way places that don't have that signal. How big is it? For example, was a deal done with Ford, GM and Tesla to put this 5G hot spot into their cars or at least the capability with a then paid subscription service being available. At least with the 4G hot spot in my Corvette, I can get a signal for my cell phone, although my cell phone has its own hot spot. I even have an old Verizon hot spot, but it certainly is not 5G. Does one go into the mountains with a 5G hot spot where other signals are sketchy at best and then get a good signal? I'm sure the people who make this kind of tech and satellite tech and then tech that can penetrate walls of cabins and hospitals, etc. can make such hot spots and antenna's to receive them, if they haven't already. Alex Ford

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