Deciphering Motley Fool’s “R.I.P., INTERNET: 1 Explosive InterWorld Stock for 89x your Money by 2020”

What's the "birth of the InterWorld" Stock idea from David Gardner?

By Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe, November 14, 2013

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Another Motley Fool growth stock to sniff out for you today …

David Gardner has gotten a reputation as a compelling “rule breaking” growth stock picker over the past few decades, with some huge winners chosen (and held through very tumultuous times) as he built the Motley Fool with his brother Tom.

The flagship Motley Fool Stock Advisor newsletter has gotten more and more inexpensive over the years as they’ve cut the price to bring in more readers and get them into the “upgrade cycle” for their more expensive services, but the performance of that letter has still been good on average (beating the broad market quite handily over the last decade) as it features the ongoing battle between value-focused Tom and growth-focused Dave.

Now, that doesn’t mean David Gardner picks only great-performing stocks — like most growth investors, his portfolio is presumably very patchy, with substantial losers mixed in with the 1,000% winners — but it does mean that we stand up and pay attention when he starts teasing a new stock … partly because we’re curious about what tombstoneit might be, and partly because the marketing prowess of the Motley Fool means we’re going to get lots of questions from our readers whenever they come out with a new pitch.

So what’s today’s spiel? Well, as with a lot of the recent Fool ad letters it’s not actually signed by David Gardner, the ad comes from Fool analyst Lyons George, and here’s how he gets us interested:

“They’ll Call 2014 the Year the Internet Died… But You’ll Just Call It ‘The Year I Made My Millions’

“Silicon Valley is dancing on the Internet’s grave — and gearing up to cash in on the birth of an even BIGGER market.

“From solving traffic jams to weighing soup cans…
“From catching terrorists to watching television …
“From modern medicine to professional football…
“And dollar for dollar, insiders are calling for the biggest new market in the history of capitalism…”

He goes on with some thinly veiled cites of commentary by John Chambers (referred to just as “John”) about revamping Cisco to help grow with “the mystery market bigger than the Chinese economy” that’s projected to become a $14.4 Trillion market … so of course we’re curious. $14.4 Trillion is big (and yes, it is more than the current annual GDP of China).

The $14.4 Trillion number they’re throwing around as an estimate is for the year 2020 (the number was dramatically lower recently, $44 billion for 2011, the ad says), so it’s crazy growth but it’s within the somewhat foreseeable future, and that’s the target time period for this stock as well — apparently David Gardner thinks this one can make you a return of 89X your money on this pick, turning your $500 investment into $44,500.

So what’s this secret market? More from the ad:

“4 Words, 1 Can’t-Miss Opportunity… Get in NOW on ‘The Internet of Everything’ …

“When it comes to investing in game-changing new technologies, history has proven time and again that the real money isn’t in the invention of something…

“The real money is in the implementation….

“Why NOW is the final stage of the Digital Era’s ‘Implementation Gap’

“Put simply, the Internet of Everything is the final stage of the Internet’s progression….

“The Internet — and all the potential for progress it brings with it — is about to move from “Internet-Only” objects to EVERYDAY objects…

“Meaning tens of billions of regular ‘things’…

“Sidewalks and cereal boxes…minivans and dress pants…the lawn mower in your shed and the pillows on your bed…

“Will soon be connected together in an Internet of Everything….

“The Death of the ‘Internet’ — and the birth of the ‘InterWorld'”

OK, so it’s the “Internet of Everything” or the “Internet of Things” that we’ve been hearing about for a decade now — is it really going to happen? The promise has been the refrigerator that knows when you’re out of milk and orders it for you, the car that sends your husband a message when you’re running late, smart clothes that know when they’re dirty or when your heartbeat is erratic, etc., the sensors and controllers everywhere that interact with the digital world. And lots of it is possible now and has been possible for a while, depending on how much you want to spend, though integration into the consumer economy might be coming at unpredictable speeds.

[My favorite product that fixes a problem I’ve never had? the $70 egg tray that tracks which eggs are oldest and should be used first and syncs with an app on your phone. An app. For deciding which egg to use and telling you when you’re running low. I’m lucky if I remember to take them out of the carton and put them in the tray in the first place, I’m certainly not going to sync the egg tray with my phone. But you get the idea — sensors and wireless stuff is now cheap enough that someone green-lighted this project, and people are buying it.]

And, as you might have guessed by now, we’re told that there’s “one small company” at the heart of this that will make us rich, with 89% annualized gains over the next six years:

“… regardless of how you feel about the revolutionary technological shift the InterWorld represents, the facts of the matter are painfully clear:

  1. The InterWorld revolution is already underway — and gaining momentum at an incredible pace.
  2. There is exactly one company that sits at the very heart of the InterWorld market…and it stands to rake in hundreds of billions of dollars between now and 2020.

“Most investors haven’t heard about the InterWorld yet — they’re still busy trying to figure out when Apple will release another piece of ‘iJunk’.

“But those savvy individuals who HAVE clued into this opportunity are going all-or-nothing into the ONE small-cap company that stands to grow in lockstep with the InterWorld market.”

So yes, finally we get to the hints and teasers about this little stock … or, as we like to call ’em here, “clues”:

“In a small town just North of Seattle, one company isn’t just ‘riding’ the InterWorld wave…

“With every product it ships out the door, it’s making the wave happen.

“Its technology is the final piece of the InterWorld puzzle — much like the internal combustion engine completed the auto industry, and the cathode-ray tube made it possible to put a television in every living room in America.

“Its customers include everyone from city planners to video-game designers… from auto manufacturers to fire departments… from a tiny coffee-machine company all the way up to General Electric and Chrysler Motors.

“It is the definitive leader in its space…

“With a dominant market share and over 350 issued patents…

“In short, it’s a no-brainer for anyone who wants direct exposure to the InterWorld market’s +8,937% growth in the coming years.”

And we’re also told that this stock has already gained 127% this year, so there’s another clue (David Gardner always says he doesn’t really start to like a company until Wall Street is screaming about how “overvalued” it is).

A few other clues roll across the transom, too, including that RBC Capital reiterated it at “overweight” on October 9, and that Royce just upped its holdings to 1.1 million shares, and the Swiss National Bank just started buying.

That’s probably enough to feed into the gaping maw of the Mighty, Mighty Thinkolator and get our answer — but first, let’s just share a little bit of the spiel from the Fool about what this company sells and does:

“… the physical objects that will make up this ‘huge brain’ need to be outfitted with devices that allow them to ‘talk’ about what’s happening…

“That’s where ’embedded wireless modules’ — the flagship product of this exceptional little company — come into play.

“Like the copper wiring that enabled a once-fledgling technology known as “electricity” to cover the globe, wireless modules are at the very center of the InterWorld’s explosive growth trajectory.

“WIRLESS MODULES: The ‘Copper Wiring’ of the InterWorld Era …

“… within every wireless module that this company sells lies the power for it to analyze what’s happening to the object it’s embedded in, and then transmit that data back to the appropriate destination.

“And considering that experts are projecting the number of wirelessly embedded devices to balloon from 1.5 billion to 50 billion by 2020, it’s a safe bet that the demand for these modules is going to be massive for years to come.”

Then we have one final bit that caught my eye in the ad:

“The company I’m writing you about today is that rarest of finds…

“An experienced player, in a niche space set for extreme growth, with an absolute stranglehold over its market.

“As I already mentioned, the fact that this company is the hands-down leader in its space with over 350 issued patents already has some forward-thinking investors (and Wall Street sharks) on the move…

“After all, it’s not every day you see a business with a ‘competitive moat’ that wide!

“But here’s the real icing: even though the InterWorld market is just now taking off, this company has been perfecting this technology for over 16 years…

“Meaning it has all its ducks in a row to fully exploit a once-in-a-century hyper-growth business environment while its competitors are still wondering who turned the lights on! …

“Realistically speaking, if you have a few thousand dollars of dry powder lying around…

“This will most likely be the last stock you — and your family — will ever need….”

Any financial advisor will probably tell you that there is no such thing as “the last stock you will ever need,” and that this kind of thinking is dangerous to your financial health … but still, as every financial copywriter knows, hope springs eternal. We all want those 8,000% gains to make us more comfortable in our golden years (or to make it so we can afford to buy $70 egg trays without blinking an eye).

So after all that, what is our “secret” stock? Secret no more, this is: Sierra Wireless (SWIR)

Sierra Wireless is a small Canadian tech company (yes it’s in a “small town North of Seattle” — Richmond, British Columbia), and they have indeed been on a tear this year, getting up to $20 a share for the first time since the financial crisis (they’ve dipped down a bit recently, shares now just under $18 as I type). They have a market cap of about $500 million, so quite tiny, and they’re expensive based on either trailing or forecasted earnings but do also have a large cash pile of about $6 a share (and no debt).

If you account for the cash, you can say that the shares trade at a forward PE of only about 24 (50 cents in earnings in 2014 expected), which sounds a bit more reasonable than the numbers look at first blush, but it’s still expensive — particularly because analysts are baking in pretty low growth expectations for the future. So it looks like David Gardner is making a big picture argument that SWIR is going to see much higher demand for its products in the coming years, with good revenue and earnings growth, and the Wall Street (OK, Bay Street) analysts are forecasting something a lot more tepid.

Sierra Wireless is going “all in” with this “Internet of Things” with the sale this year of their AirCard business (that’s their mobile broadband product) to NetGear, and that sale resulted in what looks like a huge earnings number this year (that’s why the trailing PE looks amazingly low — most of that $2+ in trailing earnings isn’t operating earnings). That basically allows SWIR to put the full force of the company behind their “machine to machine” products, referred to as M2M, that are a key enabler of this network of intelligent devices. Here’s how they put it in the press release about the sale a few months ago:

“This transaction is the next step in our transformation into a company focused on enabling the ‘Internet of Things’ – a strategy we have been pursuing with great success since 2007,” said Jason Cohenour, President and CEO of Sierra Wireless. “We are the world leader in this dynamic market, with the industry’s broadest product lineup, solutions across the value chain and an extensive, blue-chip customer base. In addition to realizing a solid return for the AirCard business, this transaction will provide significant financial resources and capacity to accelerate our growth in M2M and connected device solutions.”

So … that’s a large part of why the shares have doubled this year — optimism about that “internet of things” and their leadership of the M2M market and ability to get out of the AirCard business with a profit. Analysts haven’t allowed their expectations to boom along with the stock, but clearly David Gardner is all over it as a long term play — so really, your quick reaction to this stock will probably come down to whether you agree with Gardner about the huge growth potential of the “InterWorld” or agree with the analysts in their skepticism about the next year’s earnings. Or you could find both arguments compelling, of course, and think that SWIR will enable amazing things in the future but might be too expensive today.

Me? I dunno. It’s hard to think they could fall more than 50% from here, given their huge cash pile, but I also don’t know much about the business yet or where most of their revenues come from, and I don’t know about any potential competition. I’ve seen estimates that they hold about a third of the market for M2M modules and they have a lot of “blue chip” clients in electronics and automotive and other sectors, but that leaves two thirds of the market to … who? I dunno. I also don’t know anything about their patent position, other than the fact that they do say they have more than 350 patents.

To me it looks like it’s worth researching, but all I’ve done so far is confirm that this is certainly the stock they’re pitching and take my quick gander at their books. What do you think? Let us know with a comment below.

Oh, and a quick P.S. — this is an excerpt from that latest reiterated buy recommendation by RBC’s analyst when they raised the price target to $20 … this came out on October 9, when the stock was between $17.50-$18, just like it is today:

“M2M Comes into Vogue: Raising Target

“We are reiterating our Outperform recommendation and raising our price target on Sierra Wireless from $16 to $20. Investor enthusiasm for M2M and the Internet of Things has raised the valuation multiple on Sierra Wireless and its peers. We see more room for upside and believe Sierra’s leadership warrants a multiple towards the mid-point of M2M peers.”


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184 Comments on "Deciphering Motley Fool’s “R.I.P., INTERNET: 1 Explosive InterWorld Stock for 89x your Money by 2020”"

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Tom
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February 21, 2014 4:11 pm

Hi Travis, thanks for this – I’m really interested in SWIR and the M2M industry, there really is massive potential there. What is your expectation of what might possibly be happening on March 31st though? Could it be that March 31st is the date of Apple’s spring launch [possibly iWatch], which might reveal a collaboration with Sierra Wireless?

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July 8, 2015 3:27 pm

I was just reading an article about another company and they have this same blurb and hints about the internet going dark, it is 2 years later. OMG… and the stock has now come back to that same price about $20. Glad I didn’t invest

mc
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February 22, 2014 10:38 am
Thank you for deciphering which stock they were talking about. I just listened to the whole spiel for over 20 minutes and the promise was he would disclose the stock pick by the end. He never discloses it and only pitches a fool membership. I was so disappointed by this obviously fraudulent sell tactic that I will never ever trust the FOOL again. They should fire this guy for being such a cliche sales person for their company’s membership. A supreme waste of my time leaving me with only upset/angry emotion associated with the FOOL organization…Fire this guy for having… Read more »
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Paul Rolfe
May 25, 2014 1:40 am
I am very disappointed in MF for this sneaky tactic and the version I listened to was over 49 boring minutes long with only hints of the company being promoted. from what I gleaned, I Googled, “embedded wireless modules” and Sierra popped up with others. In checking out Sierra, I saw that their CEO was Jason Cohenour (only company of that nature with CEO Jason). I also saw that the company was located in British Columbia (north of Seattle), so I assumed it was the company MF was touting. Then I found the Gumshoe report which verified my suspicions (thanks… Read more »
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highflyer
February 24, 2014 10:53 am

There might be serious problems when solar flare occurs,creating radio wave radiation, we dont know what will happen once these millions of devices malfunction and creates chaos.

Sara
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Sara
August 2, 2014 4:22 pm

Brilliant observation…a glance at Wiki yields this:
– July 23, ’12, a solar superstorm, according to NASA, barely missed the earth. Another is
12% likely between that one and 2022. Solar flares occur several times per day, but sometimes less than once per week.
So, the question is, how would these “embedded wireless” devices be protected from the flares?

emanigol
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emanigol
February 24, 2014 8:52 pm

Solar flares can take out GPS satellites (outside the shielding magnetosphere), but 2G, 3G, 4G networks may not be so severely affected. The power grid on the other hand could be. Good question, highflyer…

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bhyz
February 26, 2014 3:24 am
I’m a technologist, not an investor, can across the annoying MF report while searching for other things. Did a google on “Internet of Things, most patents” and it turned up SWIR! Its a potentially huge mkt, but 1) it dents mean the death of the Internet, it will DEPEND on the internet, 2. it has HUGE technical problems to overcome! Smart egg trays and fridges may be cool, but I’m looking more at medical technology (my field) and things like the recently announced ‘smart pill’ and booth kiosk that can perform basic diagnostics are all possibilities. SWIR is a hardware… Read more »
hipockets
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February 26, 2014 6:19 pm

Thank you for your post, bhyz. I had not thought about some of the problems that might plague the “Internet of Things”.

emanigol
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emanigol
February 26, 2014 8:36 pm

Like when the cardiologist of Dick Cheney was worried about someone hacking into his pacemaker…Encryption is going to be the key. Plus, just how controllable these things could be by someone/something unauthorized from the outside is a very valid question.

Flyer
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Flyer
March 6, 2014 10:49 pm

Anyone heard of WAVX (wave systems corporation) Quantum computer production.?

hustler
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hustler
March 10, 2014 7:06 am

Hi everyone, recently I joined up and started to read and learn about stocks and investing . My question to you is “ under what stock name I can find this new thing abut RIP internet ?

Tom
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Tom
March 10, 2014 11:21 am

Alex the company being talked about here is Sierra Wireless – the symbol is SWIR. Good luck with your investments!

hustler
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hustler
March 10, 2014 6:03 pm

thank you Tom much appreciated .

dennyhil
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dennyhil
March 10, 2014 10:51 pm

I nibbled on some SWIR last week. (after reading Travis’ report) I was led to Travis after listening to the long and boring MF presentation. After doing as much due diligence as humanly possible in a couple of days, I bought after the dip on Thursday 6th. I’m excited about this stock! Whats not to like? PE is a little high, but this shows huge promise.

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dennyhil
March 10, 2014 10:55 pm

oops I was thinking of another stock (ECA) when I said PE was high… SWIR is at 13 TTM, I see nothing wrong here.. Even better! What is this March 31 thing?

Let's Get Real about SWIR
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Let's Get Real about SWIR
March 15, 2014 2:27 pm
First off, thanks to all who’ve helped clarify this earth-shatteringly annoying and sleazy, time-consuming video’s target. I get that industries of the future are where the money’s at and that even if these stocks are crap they can be terrific trading vehicles, but I took the liberty of looking at three-year charts, five-year charts: they didn’t compel. But if you really want a splash-water-in-the-face, wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee slap back to consciousness, take a look at the fifteen year chart. (The company seems to have gone public in 1999.) Talk about a sobering experience! I don’t even pretend to know all that much… Read more »
Alfie Noakes
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Alfie Noakes
March 15, 2014 8:00 pm

Just wondering re the 31st March date for Sierra. Could it be a decision from the EC or US FTC regarding filing against Nokia ?

arch1
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March 15, 2014 11:06 pm

As to the March 3!st date stop & consider what the next day is…… Famous Congressional joke that went awry is when ketchup was proclaimed a vegetable for school lunch on April fools day, impossible to know when Congress is joking & when they are serious. Remember the opposite of progress is congress,,,no?

arch1
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March 15, 2014 11:19 pm

More seriously the kind of tech being discussed is much more likely for high value items & is being used to monitor Rolls Royce jet engine performance for life of engine,, By auto manufacturers to see if customers are abusing the product,, more & more transportation entities to measure operator work rule violation,,think trucking, buses, trains, taxis etc etc.
Coupled with GPS and ubiquitous cameras & communication surveillance huge amounts of data is being stored,,do we really need something to tell us the lettuce is wilted.

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howard_111
March 17, 2014 9:44 am

Having read down the whole comment page ,thanks for the incites on the M2Ms.With all the little batteries needed ,what companies will be providing wireless electricity to keep these batteries charged rather than changing them all the time? I’ve never invested yet and would like to start in something of worth to the future .Thanks!

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CLEIGHRUN
March 18, 2014 2:01 pm

I bought SWIR at 15.90 due to MF’s stock advisor and have been happy with it! (Love MF SA) They kicked off another FOOL area called supernova where the 10 stocks they were looking at prior to closing this off to non=supernova folks (like me) consisted of INVN, AMBA, AVAV, NVDA, DDD, IRBT..to name a few. Anyone looking at these stocks? I’m considering NVDA/AMBA/INVN seriously…I’m waiting for pullback but…thinking to just take a dive.

john little
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john little
March 19, 2014 5:12 pm

I learned the hard way years ago more then once. Stay away from Canadian Stocks!!!!
Unless you like Ponzeeee Schemes
I made a lot of money on one and lost a lot on more then one.

Alfie Noakes
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Alfie Noakes
March 20, 2014 4:04 am
Had little joy in Canadian stocks, take care, the story may be compelling but keep in mind what could possibly go wrong, how many times will the shares be diluted to bring the resource to profit etc… etc… I’m no pro by any means but after lots of learning my mistakes I’m pretty handy these days. Unless you really want to gamble keep small percent of your efforts in”high risk”, can still be very rewarding if they play out long term. Anyway, back to the thread, anybody have insight into forthcoming 31st Mar news ? Have MF released any clues… Read more »
Jomansie
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Jomansie
June 17, 2014 12:08 pm

Alfie. Sounds like your experience has served you well. I’m a complete newbie. How do I start?

MrBill
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MrBill
March 20, 2014 2:27 pm

For what it’s worth, Zacks currently rates SWIR as a short-term Sell (4).

Shava Nerad
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Shava Nerad
March 23, 2014 4:31 pm
I ended up with a different MF piece coming up in the Google alerts for work today, and having worked on the net over three decades now, felt obliged to witness the apocalyptic prediction of my field’s sudden and catastrophic demise. I rather like MF’s media appearances, historically, but this is about 85% horse hockey. It inclines me never to trust another bit of education or advice from them, and I work in technical marketing — I understand it’s a sales pitch. Most of the examples of the “internet of things” as it’s more popularly knownare possible today with gps,… Read more »
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Shava Nerad
March 23, 2014 4:47 pm
Oh, and I forgot to mention — as someone else said, these devices depend on the internet or a local corporate LAN. But they are dumb as rocks compared to your cell, desktop, or game console, your net-enabled TV, your GPS, your cell-enabled security system, or most of the “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” monitors out there. They are components upon which solutions will be built. Not the health diagnostic shirt, but how it reads its tricorder and phones home. Vital, important, but not the Swiss Army knife represented. I get annoyed with this sort of fast talk.… Read more »
arch1
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March 23, 2014 11:52 pm

Shava; Thank you for your excellent clarification, you obviously know what you are talking about. I especially enjoy comment on “culture jammers”

retired69
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retired69
March 31, 2014 11:49 pm

So today is the 31st of March. Haven’t heard of the “internet funeral” yet. In regards to motely fool backing and then recommending to stay away, has anyone been able to contact them and ask what’s up Mr Gardener? Long term investment doesn’t worry me, playing both sides does. Anyone?

Tom
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Tom
April 1, 2014 1:47 pm

Well March 31st came and went and I’m yet to see any news about Sierra Wireless…

Tim
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Tim
April 1, 2014 4:10 pm

April fools joke? Maybe we are all fools….

Tom
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Tom
April 1, 2014 5:47 pm

You’re probably right…

Corey
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April 1, 2014 7:51 pm

The RIP video says June 30th now instead of March 31st. hmmmmm.

chris
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chris
April 2, 2014 4:51 pm

Closing at 23.20 today was not too impressive. I did follow it closely yesterday and felt a bit foolish or fooled. Motley fooled again.

Karen
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Karen
April 1, 2014 5:35 pm

Check out the Wall Street Journal article (01.13.14) that was mentioned in Motley Fools RIP video. The company that Google acquired for $3.2 Billion is called NEST. The article also includes a picture of the square box as seen in the video.
http://blogs.wsj.com/corporate-intelligence/2014/01/13/googles-latest-deal-3-2-billion-for-nest/?KEYWORDS=googles+latest+acquisition

Tom
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Tom
April 1, 2014 5:43 pm

What is your point exactly Karen? The Nest deal is quite old news now…

emanigol
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emanigol
April 2, 2014 9:06 pm

Now there is an interview with the CEO of yet another IoT company on the Fool website. It is CalAmp (NASDAQ: CAMP). In one year this stock went from $5.11 to $28.11. So there may be something in this M2M thing, even if the internet does not die just yet and we are still surrounded by Facebook Zombies.

Alfie Noakes
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Alfie Noakes
April 3, 2014 5:02 pm
I’ve read everything I can on this subject, sure it’s Sierra with no doubt, sure it wasn’t NEST they’re too limited (only my view). Can’t help thinking this big deal is actually in the pipeline and I’ll take a guess it involves CISCO or INTEL. I’ve never signed up to MF and sure won’t sign up to anything with such tedious marketing, really it’s tear gas ! Also as John Little warns above (#67) I’m very cautious on Canadian ponzee’s however just as one should never buy airlines (that thought prevented me buying UK:EZY (easy jet) two years back I’m… Read more »
Joel Griffiths
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April 14, 2014 12:01 pm

I listened to that long spiel then Googled “embedded wireless modules”. Sierra Wireless was the first result. Thanks for confirming.

corky
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April 19, 2014 7:44 pm

What a bunch of bolony

Larry
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Larry
May 17, 2014 5:32 pm

The Fools are at it again by completely mis-framing the whole issue with another marketing gimmick. The Internet is not dying at all. What crap! In fact if anything it will continue to explode and expand as more of these wireless modules are deployed as part of IoT. Do they think we are the fools to believe what they feed us? If you want to invest in their recommendations that’s fine. But just understand the real reason.

John
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John
June 27, 2014 5:28 pm

If you go back and read Gardner’s statement, he said, “The internet as we know it today.”

Ale21
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August 4, 2014 7:44 pm

Agreed!! Why do people get so freak’n confused about xP haha

technos
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technos
May 28, 2014 2:58 am

Thanks for posting this tl:dr and saving me a quite bit of time.

Tommy Cole
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May 29, 2014 11:51 pm

Cool Report, will check you out more than MF!

John Beal
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John Beal
June 15, 2014 2:23 am
After carefully reviewing as much of the publicly available information that I could find the conclusion that I arrived at is everyone has been completely and utterly blinded to the reality of the fact that without “The Internet” the world will simply cease to exist as we know it. The “InterWorld” is just a marketing hype to get the cash flowing necessary to finance the manufacturing and marketing campaigns needed to bring the “Internet of Things” to the masses that will be connected to the newly created and updated bio-metrically authenticated “Trusted Platform Managed” devices that everyone will come into… Read more »
Johng340
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Johng340
August 1, 2014 5:46 am

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Johnd528
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Johnd528
August 1, 2014 5:46 am

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Ale21
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August 4, 2014 7:32 pm
I am most definitely going to invest in this! How hard is to believe that this will sooner than later be something we’ll be using on a daily bases? People would of never believed for cars to have screens that guide you when lost and talk back to you or have cars that can automatically park for you? Haha… Something i always remind myself is that, those who envisioned a different future than most of us in the past and now a days aswell get shut down by society. Example: WE all know how Steve jobs started up and his… Read more »
Zink
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September 16, 2015 4:13 pm

Yes I would like to invest each $100 and make $600

Richard K. Pruett
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Richard K. Pruett
October 10, 2014 8:28 am
For what it’s worth, I published on this subject many years ago as a Strategy Research Project at the U.S. Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. The paper, which primarily focused on the potential military applications of RFIDS, was titled “Identification – Friend or Foe? The Strategic Uses and Future Implications of the Revolutionary New ID Technologies.” Should anyone be interested, the following is an abstract: “Recent developments in identification (ID) technologies are likely to have a revolutionary impact on American society and the manner by which it wages war. The good news is that broader and more creative… Read more »
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Ginridge
November 8, 2014 5:21 pm

I bought SWIR between 19-20 back in July. Sold just below 30 in September and bought back just below 23 in October. The drop right before 3Q earnings had me wondering, but I stuck it out its worked out pretty good so far. I’ll probably hold for a while..

Andy C
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Andy C
December 27, 2014 4:18 am

Sierra Wireless at 27/12/14 Price movement actual
(SW.TO) Sierra Wireless 3033.37 c 0.00% 3,033.37 down 0% remove from share watch or buy ? this price looks strong after looking through conversations above

efrm73
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January 9, 2015 10:37 am

“…listening to their lengthy, insipid videos breathlessly…. ”
Barry Manilow in financial advisory!

TC
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TC
March 1, 2015 3:34 pm
I am sitting here listening to this mind-numbingly long, long, long rambling video/schpiel now on MF’s site, under the headline “Bigger Than the Internet: Profit From This Red-Hot ‘Time Machine’ Stock.” This guy is blathering about Bill Gate’s mansion, and a “pin” you get that lets you walk around listening to your favorite music come on the speakers as you enter a room. That’s after he talks about how he wishes he’d bought AOL in 1994, and before he talks about some guy named David who was the greatest investor he ever met, and well before the obligatory Warren Buffet… Read more »
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Mark Savage
August 22, 2015 7:05 am

It seems that things have moved along slightly with regards to this topic. MF are heavily promoting this subject all over again. However this time it doesn’t seem to be SWIR that is going to deliver huge growth it is APPARENTLY a UK Company. Their info says the name of the company is just 4 little words.
Does anyone know who it is?

Rob Mackenzie
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Rob Mackenzie
October 11, 2015 6:37 pm
It’s ARM. Google the name of the executive mentioned in the tease and he comes up as an executive (or VP) of ARM. Pull up ARM’s stock chart for 2009-2015 and it looks identical to the chart they show in the tease. It’s ARM. Now, can someone tell us if ARM is actually a good buy at the moment, based on analysis of its fundamentals (which is beyond me)? Its price is at the bottom of a rising channel at the moment, having briefly dropped through it a few months ago — can any chartists out there tell us if… Read more »
Mike mcGowan
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Mike mcGowan
December 19, 2015 5:55 am
I can tell you that they’re STILL touting this crap now, in December 2016 as I received an MF email today with this pitch in it. As a technologist, I can tell you that yes, there is potentially a gigantic market opportunity here (though any sensible person can see that, you don’t need to understand the underlying technologies) but it’s been nearly 20 years since people first started talking seriously about this and although we’re fractionally closer to the goal, we’re still a long, long, long way away from it and from my perspective, it will be several years yet… Read more »
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Mike mcGowan
December 19, 2015 5:56 am

Oops – that should say ‘December 2015’, obviously 🙁

Kamala
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Kamala
July 25, 2016 10:45 am
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