T-Mobile Launches SMSI’s Product!

As always, be sure to read my disclosures / disclaimers below. Cheers!

In my last episode of Stock Talk LIVE, I said, “Sorry & Goodbye” to investors who don’t have the energy, ability, or patience to follow my investing method.

This week, the words of Warren Buffet are rewarding those who paid heed:

Specifically, T-Mobile just launched a major new product focused on family safety. Unbeknownst to most investors (for now), that product is powered by Smith Micro (SMSI) !

I expect the news to spread quickly. In fact, SMSI just announced the launch of their product “at a tier one carrier” this morning.

It’s easy to connect the dots, because T-Mobile’s offering has Smith Micro’s name in its documentation. Even better, SMSI’s press release says that it will now focus on getting the product launched at additional tier one carriers. This reinforces what I’ve been saying for months — that wins Verizon and AT&T are going to launch within the year, leading to several years of profitable growth for SMSI.

As I preached in my last note, it’s critical to know (and believe in) the TRUE VALUE of your stocks (which differs greatly from the CURRENT PRICE). Once you have that, the only challenge is maintaining confidence in that true value (not giving up when the ride gets rough).

…and that’s what makes Buffett’s quote work.

It’s all about patience… and this week, it’s paying off.

So, where’s SMSI stock going? What’s going to pay off next?  Find out TODAY at 1:00PM ET, as I discuss these topics and answer your Q&A LIVE on my YouTube channel.

Please spread the word & catch you then!


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