“Whoever said, ‘It’s not whether you win or lose that counts,’ probably lost.”
So says tennis legend, Martina Navratilova. And she’s right.
Whether we’re talking about sports or investing, one thing matters above all else: the ultimate outcome.
I bring this up because the last time we checked in with technology expert and Wall Street veteran, Jeb Terry of Aberdeen Investment Management, he told us to check out shares of NQ Mobile (NQ).
Since we spoke on May 22, the stock has rocketed more than 150% higher.
That’s enough to make it the best-performing internet-related stock this year, according to the number-crunchers at Bespoke Investment Group.
So what better time to check in with Jeb to get the story behind such outstanding growth? And in our exclusive interview, Jeb shares why he’s still “extremely bullish on the stock.”
In addition, he also reveals:
- One recent development involving Apple (AAPL) that could make the internet irrelevant sooner than you think.
- The key takeaway from eBay’s (EBAY) $800-million purchase of mobile payment startup, Braintree.
- Why Uni-Pixel (UNXL), the touchscreen innovator you’re already familiar with, is “splendidly positioned” to trade “multiples higher.”
- The identity of a mobile company on the brink of launching a disruptive productivity application.
Bold statements, no doubt.
But given Jeb’s track record, we can’t afford to ignore this. Just click on the image below to listen to my interview with Jeb. Or you can read the transcript here.
Ahead of the tape,