Top 5G Stocks To Buy In 2020: Equipment & Infrastructure Category - Part 2

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Top 5G stocks to buy in equipment and infrastructure category. 

The initial 5G networks went online in 2019 but this massive project will include a ton of collaboration and investments among different categories across the globe well into 2020 and beyond. From semiconductor and small tech companies to infrastructure and even real estate corporations. The even better news is that there’s going to be a ton of opportunity for us, the tiny little investors, to get our share of the big 5G pie. In part one of my top 5G stocks to watch, I covered the 5G companies you can consider investing in in the semiconductor category. 

Top 5G Stocks In Equipment Category

The top 5G stocks in this category include Apple, Samsung, Corning, and Ciena.

Apple Leads the Way

The largest cap company in this category is obviously Apple. Although still limited in scope, 5G networks are here. The only issue, apart from living in a compatible location and being on a compatible network, is that you also need a 5G-enabled phone too.

Most phone makers have now released 5G devices already but we're still awaiting the first 5G-enabled iPhone. The word on the street is that iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max will be 5G, with the standard iPhone 12 models sticking with 4G. Another possibility is that there will be a separate version for 5G, though we increasingly think this unlikely. However, rumors are suggesting a total of four models. 

To be honest, there’s just a lot of rumors around when the iPhone 5G will launch that it may not be worth using it as a medium-term investment strategy. 

In other words, Apple has so much other stuff going on right now to make or break our investment decision. 

Samsung is not easy to buy

The next 5G equipment company is Samsung, also known as agent (005930.KS) listed on South Korea’s stock market.

Now if you’re not in South Korea, actually getting your hands on Samsung hands is pretty tough. American investors can’t buy Samsung stock shares the way they typically buy stock — through major U.S. exchanges like the Nasdaq and NYSE. Instead, individual shares of Samsung stock must be purchased either over-the-counter as a “pink sheet” stock — which means your purchase isn’t regulated — or on the Korea Exchange (KRX), which entails opening a South Korean brokerage account. Samsung’s OTC symbol is SSNLF.

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