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The wireless market is one of the most expensive industries in America – each year, upkeep and expansion can cost tens of billions of dollars. And the industry is dominated by the top two names in America: Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) and AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T).
Now on Monday, news dropped that could reignite the companies’ long-awaited union – which would create the third largest wireless company in the world. Not only does this buyout have massive cash potential – it could put some serious cash right into your pocket, too.
T-Mobile U.S. Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS) and Sprint Corp. (NYSE: S) have been trying to combine for years now. In fact, we talked about the potential merger just last year. But first, they need the approval of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the U.S. Department of Justice. And due to regulatory issues in the past, everyone thought the $26 billion merger was dead…
Until this week, that is.
On Monday, T-Mobile and Sprint adjusted their merger terms to address the FCC’s concerns. And there are two main points that are piquing their interest:
- The companies will work to develop a 5G technology network within six years following the merger.
- The companies will expand broadband internet access to rural areas in America.
After hearing the new terms, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai agreed to recommend the merger to the FCC, saying:
“Two of the FCC’s top priorities are closing the digital divide in rural America and advancing United States leadership in 5G, the next generation of wireless connectivity… The commitments made today by T-Mobile and Sprint would substantially advance each of these critical objectives.”
That means you’re looking at an almost-certain merger between the third- and fourth-largest wireless companies – and you could reap the benefits directly (I’ll tell you how in just a moment).
In the case of a merger, the stock being bought out (Sprint) typically hovers around its buyout price, or the share price at which it will be taken over. Then, the stock is dissolved into shares of the new company (T-Mobile). Right now, Sprint is trading right below its buyout price of $8 – so a big jump up from here is unlikely.
And that’s exactly why your profit opportunity lies in T-Mobile.
Now, you could buy T-Mobile stock. It’s currently trading around $77.43… meaning 100 shares would cost you almost $8,000. But there’s actually a cheaper way to profit off T-Mobile’s long-term price increase…
You can buy long-term equity anticipation securities (LEAPs), which are essentially just long-term stock options with expirations as far out as three years. This way, you can profit off T-Mobile’s eventual price increase without having to buy the stock outright.
With options, you can profit off of this massive wireless merger as it takes effect over the next few years. And you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars to do so.
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