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Don’t Worry! 5G Won’t Crash Your Plane

Written By Jason Williams

Posted January 24, 2022

So I don’t know if you’ve heard, but the airlines have been saying your 5G phone is going to make their planes crash.

It’s got to do with the wavelengths of the spectrum that 5G uses and how close they are to the wavelengths of the spectrum that airplanes and airports use to run their technology.

The airlines are saying the wireless carriers will be to blame if any planes crash or flights have to be canceled.

But that’s probably not going to happen. Back when it auctioned off the airwaves to the big carriers like Version and AT&T, the FCC made sure there wasn’t an issue using those radio waves near planes.

And last year, they set a buffer between the 5G spectrum and the spectrum that planes use to make extra sure there wouldn’t be any problems.

So AT&T and Verizon have been working since then to get their 5G networks rolled out and ready to turn on. And they were just about ready to do that nationwide before this all happened.

Now the transportation secretary is asking the carriers to halt their rollout near “priority airports” so he can do some research.

But here’s the thing the airlines and Mr. Buttigieg are ignoring: 5G has already been rolled out near airports in about 40 countries.

And as the CEOs of Version and AT&T put it in a joint statement:

“The laws of physics are the same in the United States and France… If U.S. airlines are permitted to operate flights every day in France, then the same operating conditions should allow them to do so in the United States.”

They’re absolutely right about those universal laws of nature expressed through physics. It’s why they’re called universal.

So don’t worry! 5G isn’t going to crash your plane.

In fact, it could help your portfolio take flight. Because it’s about to be available nearly everywhere…

And that means big profits for one little-known company helping make the whole network possible.

The Gatekeeper

You see, the 5G networks of every wireless carrier all rely on small antennas about the size of a trashcan. That’s a major difference from the old networks that relied on massive cell towers dotting the landscape.

These antennas can send wireless signals that carry tons of data at super-fast rates. But there’s a catch…

They can only send those signals a few meters in any direction. And if there’s something in the way, like a tree or a building, they can’t get through.

So unlike the giant cell towers of old, you have to have millions of these smaller antenna mounted all over the place.

You can put them on the sides of buildings, on lampposts, even on your own roof. But the best place to mount them is on fiber-optic networks.

That’s because all that data flowing over the 5G network needs to “live” somewhere. Otherwise it’d just be floating around cluttering up the airwaves.

And the places data lives are called servers. They’re typically grouped together in massive climate-controlled buildings and kept under high security.

And those buildings, or data centers, are connected to the outside world by the fastest physical connection humanity can muster: fiber-optic cables.

These cables are the only physical connection that can move as much data at as fast a speed as the 5G network can. So they’re crucial to the success of the new wireless network.

The 5G network literally must be connected to a fiber network in order to function. Period.

And one little-known company happens to own more of that fiber-optic cable network than any other corporation in the country.

More than Verizon. More than AT&T. More than cable companies Comcast, Cox, and CenturyLink combined!

In fact, it’s got more fiber-optic miles than it’s top 10 competitors added together. I’m talking over 7 MILLION miles of fiber!

And that’s why each and every one of those competitors inked agreements to use this company’s network for their 5G aspirations.

They’ve already paid millions to get the rights to use the network. But now that they’re ready to roll it out, the real money is about to start pouring in.

And this little company, the gatekeeper of the crucial fiber network, is going to absolutely flourish.

Case in Point

And if you need proof that this little firm is destined for big things, then you need look no farther than its most recent press release.

It’s already had contracts with all the major carriers in place as they build out their 5G networks. And it’s going to make tons from those contracts as the networks go live.

But it’s also attracting international attention and just inked a new deal potentially worth billions more than those it already has with Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T!

It’s just further proof that this company is the only place major communications companies want to go when there’s “critical communications infrastructure needed to seamlessly connect the world.”

But even with all those huge contracts with big-name companies…

Even with massive new contracts still rolling in…

Even with the biggest fiber network in the country…

This company is still unknown by the vast majority of investors. But that’s not going to last long.

Word is already getting out and shares that would have cost less than $5 not long ago are going for around $10 as I type.

They could be even higher by the time you’re reading this. So if you’re interested in capturing some of the remaining 5G profits as the network finally goes fully live…

You need to read this report I’ve compiled on the opportunity still available.

You’ve already missed out on the earliest gains. Don’t let yourself miss out on anymore.

If this company does what I expect it to do, we could be looking at a share price well above $50 or even $60 in the near future.

There’s still a lot of growth left, but there isn’t much time left before that growth happens.

So take a little time today to read my report. Then get yourself invested and get ready for those 5G profits I’m convinced are coming soon.

To your wealth,


Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter; the founder of Future Giants, a nano cap investing service; the editor of Alpha Profit Machine, an algorithmic trading service designed specifically for retail investors; and authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He is also the managing editor of Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.