By JENNIFER WOODBURNAP The Post • April 22, 2019 12:21:05The price of a 4GB phone is going up faster than anyone thought.
A $3,000 phone that costs just $30 to buy could soon be worth more than $400,000, if it can be upgraded with 4G.
A group of investors with money invested in the company 4G Mobile, a $300 billion bond fund, say the stock could easily rise above $400 million by the end of this year.
They say the company is on track to be the fastest-growing company in the U.S. in 2020.
That is because the $3 billion fund has made a number of aggressive moves.
It has been selling bonds to cover its expenses and has bought bonds from banks to help it pay dividends.
It raised money from the U,S.
government to fund its expansion plans.
Investors say 4G is the fastest growing company in U.s. bond funds, and the price of its stock is up over 1,000% in the past two years.
The fund is expected to have about $5 billion in assets by 2020, according to the group’s annual report.
Its shares, which have risen from about $1.00 in 2014 to $3 in 2020, have also risen faster than the broader U. S. stock market.
4G has nearly quadrupled in value over the past decade.
The group’s fund has been buying bonds from big banks, and it has been raising funds from the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department to cover interest payments.
That has helped it pay a dividend to shareholders of more than 30 cents per share.
The investment group, known as 4G Investors, is part of the investment firm Cargill.
Its investment fund managers have also included JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Goldman and U.K. bank Barclays.
They have also raised money to invest in other investments, including a $1 billion fund that invests in health care and other industries.
“We are very confident that our investments will continue to outperform,” said John McEntee, a spokesman for 4G Investments.
“The fund continues to be one of the most consistently performing funds in the market.
We expect it to grow in the near term, and we expect its dividend will rise as well.”
McEntee said that the fund will grow by around 25% annually.
The fund, which manages about $10 billion, will be funded by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the government.
McEntees said that in 2020 and 2021, the fund plans to raise around $2 billion to $4 billion in capital.
McENTEE said the fund is looking at adding to its portfolio of about $15 billion.
It also is working on a $10-billion bond fund.
The plan to add more funds to the portfolio is being driven by a “huge” expansion of 4G’s services and by the company’s “huge momentum,” he said.
“It’s a lot of activity and a lot going on,” McEntees told The Washington Times.
“It’s really an extraordinary year.”4G said it has seen a large influx of investment requests for its bonds, and is looking to add to its holdings.
The company is also looking at raising more money to fund new projects.4G’s shares, as of last week, were trading at $3 on Nasdaq.
The stock closed at $2.28.
Investor callsFor investors, a 4-G phone is a good investment, according the 4G investors.
“The 4G smartphone is a great investment for the bond market,” said Stephen B. Tapp, an analyst at Barclays Capital.
“I would expect it is the most likely thing to go through the market.”
Tapp said he has been a subscriber for about five years and bought a 4GH phone last year for about $200.
“I can’t tell you how impressed I was by the performance of the phone,” Tapp said.
“They’re very, very, well designed.
The battery life is fantastic.
It’s got great specs.
I haven’t had any issues with service.
It works just like a smartphone.”
Tapps said the 4GH has been his go-to device for more than a decade.
It was the first phone he used to play games with friends.
“When you buy a phone and it’s a 4 G, it’s like you’re getting a really good deal,” he added.
“You don’t know if it’s going to work or not.”
For investors who want to know whether they should invest in a stock or bond, the 4GF fund is a very good place to start, Tapp added.
“They have a huge portfolio, and there are a lot more stocks that are doing well than bonds,” he noted.The 4