By xiexgp@gmail.com, July 13, 2014


Don’t get me wrong. These three cable titans have each performed commendably over the past few years, bringing investors an average return of 248% since the beginning of the decade.

But I’m afraid that their best days are behind them. Higher prices and reduced content have increased customer dissatisfaction to the point where many folks are looking for an alternative.

In fact, I’ve discovered two new companies that are already stealing customers and market share from the cable giants.

In addition to providing all the best television programs, these two companies allow their customers to listen to internet radio, stream movies, cheer along to live sports, and play video games directly from their TV…

…all for a fraction of the price of the cable companies.

It’s all possible with the new technology…

That I call ”Television 2.0.”

I believe that the revolution is here and I’m investing in these two companies behind Television 2.0 and cutting the cord with Charter, Comcast & Time Warner.

For investors, this could be one the biggest opportunities of 2014.

To give you the full story and a detailed analysis, I’ve prepared a new research report on these two companies. To find out how to get it, please follow the link below.

Click here to get my brand new research report on these two amazing companies that are quickly changing the way you watch television.


Ian Wyatt

Chief Investment Strategist

Wyatt Investment Research

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
July 14, 2014 10:56 am

Interesting — the Motley Fool has been pitching “Television 2.0” for a long time, we covered it here: http://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/motley-fool-stock-advisor/television-2-0-the-2-2-trillion-war-for-your-living-room-begins-now/

But I haven’t seen the Wyatt pitch for TV 2.0 yet. Will keep an eye out.

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