RFID Stocks To Keep an Eye On In The Future
Wal-Mart has been using this technology for over two years now and
recently mandated that their top 100 vendors do the same. Even the United
States Government has found solitude in the RFID technology arena and many
health care facilities are implementing the technology, not to mention,
countries…yes, even countries; currently there are several countries that
use an E-passport, these electronic passports also feature a special RFID
chip. Realizing the potential of RFID stock, I decided to research my
options and several companies that have made names for themselves in the
First, let me say that this article is for informative information only and
in no way, shape or form am I endorsing a certain company or vice versa. I
simply did a little research and frankly recommend anyone thinking of diving
into the RFID stock world to do the same.
One must first understand that the RFID industry is growing rapidly, the big
name companies have finally decided to join in and many of these companies
are making RFID hardware for businesses as well as there trademark products.
For instance, 3M, which is famous for their “Post-it-Notes”, is getting in
on the RFID market as well as Texas Instruments and even the UPS and Oracle.
I am sure you seen the
tv commercial for IBM that has RFID tags as the main subject. A complete list of companies that are currently involved with creating and
RFID technology can be found at www.rfidinvesting.com
There are a few companies, mostly those that are unheard of to the plain man
that specializes in RFID technology and hardware, not to mention software.
But these companies are risky to the average man, as well. But if you’re
truly interested in a
RFID company and RFID stock that is making a name for
them selves; the most mentioned names like Zebra Technologies, Symbol
Technologies, and Unova has appeared in several blogs and recent RFID money
and news links, including www.moneycentral.msn.com.
There is an increase in placing these chips in cell phones. I just read an
article all about how Nokia will be using chips and readers so people can
use their cell phone to pay for items in retail stores. That sounds
promising for sure. As I read more I will be posting more information.