Imagine taking $1,000 today and in five years watch it grow to $5,000,000
Or taking a few hundred dollars and turning it to a few hundred thousand…
Now, if it sounds crazy, it isn’t. And if you don’t know about this opportunity, it’s okay, because it’s fairly new to the public.
In fact, opportunities this rich were reserved only for the ultra-wealthy—but luckily that all changed three years ago.
And as cheesy and cliche as it sounds—it’s changing lives.
A life that prior to 2016 was just a poor man’s fantasy.
It is all owed to the reworking of the laws for regulation crowdfunding, allowing the average investor, for the first time ever, a chance to invest in startups and growth companies BEFORE they IPO.
Prior to 2016, it was “illegal” for the common investor to get in on the hottest up and coming companies. And “illegal” only because they didn’t have 7-figures plus and a high net-worth.
Getting in the hottest tech stocks was reserved only for the elite… keeping the mom and pop investor at bay.
Everything is totally different now, and finally (even if you’re not a high-net-worth individual), you can find explosive opportunities… and upside that the stock market simply can’t offer.
So what is this new investment strategy and how can you exploit the bevy of opportunities in the private sector?
We have all seen the articles “What would $500 in ____ startup be worth today?”
Usually, the results from a bit of waiting are enough to entirely alter yours and your family’s lives. The idea is to invest in tomorrow’s companies when they are just starting out… prior to the IPO, ahead of the success story.
Before a couple of shares could set you back a down payment on a new car. The returns from angel investing are by no other word ── ridiculous.
Of course, this type of investing is different from making moves on your E*TRADE account.
This is the private sector.
The money you put in goes directly to the company, not to Wall Street… and typically, you hold onto your investment for years. Not the days or weeks for a fast turnaround and a quick profit. You are playing the long game for more money.
The Need to Know About Angel investing
Angel investing is riskier than investing that you are probably accustomed to.
Think of startups as basically that new restaurant down the street. Sometimes that eatery becomes everyone’s favorite. It’s got a line out the door and it’s all over Yelp with 5-star reviews… rolling in the money with its success.
Then there’s the alternate and ugly reality that a month later you will be thinking “what happened to that little brunch spot we saw here? Did they close already?”
Businesses fail and that’s part of the risk when investing directly with the business as it is getting its feet on the ground. You can lose it all if it crumbles. But when that business succeeds it’s like winning the jackpot!
All you really need to do is find the right deals… and you could maximize your profit potential.
Want to get in while the getting’s good?
The Boardroom is an angel investing masterclass… designed to make successful angel investors, not failures.
It means you won’t be going in blind to investing in startups, and you don’t have to be Mr. Money Bags to do it.
Our very own trading guru, CEO Jeff Bishop is more than a multi-millionaire options trader. He’s been pulling in money from angel investing since it became legal to do so. Several hundreds of thousands of dollars in profits from a single crowdfunding investment.
He’s done it time and time again and he has made millions!
And he is just 1 of 4 that will be showing you the ropes and guiding you through the private sector.
The key is to enter during the early rounds of companies you believe will be winners and it’s not simply jumping into the deep end with a handful of money.
You will be guided through the whole lot and then you will receive one of the best perks. Hand-selected startups that have already had their leg work of research done. Deals right at the opportune moment served up for you for the taking.
You will learn how exactly successful angel investors are raking in massive profits… and they confidently show you exactly what you have been missing out on thus far.
Think of it this way… Remember the scene in Forrest Gump where Forrest receives a thank you letter for investing in “some kind of fruit company” with Lieutenant Dan?
That fruit company was Apple in its baby stage and… If Mr. Gump was real, that 3% stake in Apple would be worth over $28 billion today.