The future of mobility is accelerating today and the rubber is hitting the road: adjusted for inflation, the cost per mile driven is falling for the first time since the Model T was rolled off assembly lines thanks to EVs, and falling costs will continue their momentum in favor of electric vehicle (EV) purchases.
In just under a few years, FMT estimates that EVs will start to account for over 30% of all vehicles sold and will continue to increase as a percentage of the fleet on the road until they are the vast majority.
Our new investment in APi Group is something we’re ecstatic to partake in and we’re thrilled to latch on to the leadership team at APi for the long haul.
5G, electric vehicles (EVs), and self-driving cars are going to have massive impacts on society that will be far more profound than almost anyone is considering today.
With each new network upgrade (1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, and now 5G), RF filters take a more prominent role in devices (smartphones, etc.) as the frequency ranges get higher and higher. After each network upgrade, RF filter companies generate more revenue as the cost per device for filters goes up so it’s a steadily increasing and lucrative business.
Most people have portfolios that are so bloated that they would make Marlon Brando appear skinny in his later years. And either the vast majority of market participants don’t invest with the mindset that their shares are real ownership positions in real businesses, or they own thousands of businesses through passive fund investing.
The U.S. Justice Department is set to decide soon whether to approve the $26.5 billion merger of wireless carriers T-Mobile USA and Sprint Corp. There are leaks that the decision for the merger could be out as early as next week, but regardless, a decision is coming soon. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has agreed…
5G is going to be huge. VERY HUGE.
A big-time mega trend is in place: India is China in 2001. Economic growth is booming in India and the country has major tailwinds at its back that are going to be unrelenting over the next 5+ years.
Since 2012, the franchise industry has grown by 17 percent or $552 billion, showing the potential to earn back 15 percent on return on investment (ROI). However, the recent troubles of Subway serve as a case study to examine if franchise ownership is worth the risk. Considerations in Franchising To even consider a franchise, people…