written by reader Motley Fool’s Supernova Stock of the Year for 2014 … what is it and why?

By alforrest2, February 4, 2014

Motley Fool’s Supernova Stock of the Year for 2014 … what is it and why?

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moxadox
moxadox
6 years ago

I don’t see any article here.

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miltonmoney
6 years ago

wheres the article…must be in SUPERNOVA,,,,,

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moxadox
moxadox
6 years ago

Hmmmm, yes, but if so the header should not be visible to non-SUPERNOVA members……

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
Reply to  moxadox

This is just a discussion thread that someone posted here — we haven’t written about this pitch yet, but given their focus on wearable computing I expect INVN could well be their latest real-money add to this service.

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putwo
putwo
6 years ago

You are right this is the stock INVN

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moxadox
moxadox
6 years ago

Thanks!

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emanigol
emanigol
6 years ago

I listened to a 30 minute presentation as the “Rule Breakers” offer, with chart and map and yes, it is InvenSense.

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emanigol
emanigol
6 years ago

While listening to Motley’s presentation, consider the fact that INVN recently settled a patent litigation with STM (STMicroelectronics), a Swiss company, that appears much more attractive with their products. Plus, they even pay 5% dividend.

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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STM is a very solid, old line company in semiconductors but seems never to have gotten management under control, perhaps partly due to their unwieldy corporate structure, and it’s been remarkably unable to become consistently profitable despite their large size. They haven’t posted annual growth in revenue or earnings more than a couple times in the last decade. INVN has been choppy lately as well, to be sure, but I think it has more promise and is far more nimble. Haven’t gotten around to owning it, but I’ve written about it a few times and usually like what I see when I research the company.

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Jay LaRoche
Jay LaRoche
5 years ago

Travis, do you happen to know what the Supernova stock is for 2015 that the Fools claim to be investing 100 K in and what their top ten Supernova picks for 2015 are??

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Tim
Tim
5 years ago
Reply to  Jay LaRoche

Why would you invest in their 2015 stock of the year, when their 2014 Stock of the Year INVN got destroyed?

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bezosnotbozos
5 years ago

Looks like NXPI is the winner for 2015. MF publicly posts “winner” with explanation for all to see in hopes that you will join Supernova. I think they are right about this one. Their advice on DDD wasn’t the right timing in 2014, but it it looks like a long term accumulate. I also could not see how INVN was going to dominate in wearables in 2014, that one was a stretch!! I didn’t touch it! Thankfully. So yes, you have to use your own brain too. NXPI is in the right place at the right time and is making money on many different cutting edge fronts. But IOT… is going to explode (Internet of Things – it’s going to eclipse the number of devices that now exist, and many times over) and few companies are positioned to reap the rewards like NXPI.
* I am a private investor and have no affiliation with Motley Fool and do not belong to Supernova. The information provided is public.

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David Royal
David Royal
5 years ago

The patten on NFC chip will create a great income for NXPI.

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