Welcome to another edition of PowerTalk. I’m your host Chris Versace, editor of the investment newsletter PowerTrend Profits and portfolio manager of the Thematic Growth Portfolio at Fabian Wealth Strategies, and these are my one-on-one conversations with the movers and shakers in the business world that take you behind the scenes and in the know. Be sure to check out ChrisVersace.com for more on PowerTrends and past editions of PowerTalk, as well as FabianWealth.com for more on my Thematic Growth Portfolio.
It seems that no matter where you look today, someone you know is on a smartphone or tablet:
When you think about it, it is pretty amazing how mobile technology has transformed our lives.
What’s even more amazing is that the change we have seen thus far has really been due to three devices -- the mobile phone, the smart phone and, more recently, the tablet.
When I take a step back and see how increasingly reliant we are on mobile technology, it looks more and more akin to electricity or water… it’s becoming a greater part of our lives, something you can’t live without. That makes mobile a key cornerstone of my Always On, Always Connected PowerTrend.
Joining me on PowerTalk to discuss the state of the mobile industry today, and where it’s headed tomorrow, is longtime friend Bill Davidson from Qualcomm, Inc. (QCOM), a key technology company in the mobile revolution. Bill is a senior vice president of Strategy and Operations at Qualcomm Technologies, and he also heads up Qualcomm’s Investor Relations. I’ve known Bill for more than a decade, and I’ve found him to be a fountain of information and insight over the years.
Chris Versace is the editor of PowerTrend Brief — a FREE, weekly electronic newsletter. He also writes PowerTrend Profits, a paid monthly newsletter that helps individual investors profit through buying shares of companies poised to win big in the 8 PowerTrends, as well as writes the PowerTrader trading service that seeks to deliver short-term gains using stocks, ETFs and options. Chris has been ranked an All Star Analyst by Zacks Investment Research.
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