Double Your Returns in 2020 (with this simple trick)

By Wayne Mulligan, on Thursday, January 23, 2020

This is the time of year for making “New Year’s resolutions.”

Perhaps you’re resolving to get to the gym more often, or to quit a bad habit.

Well, this year, we’d like to help you make a different type of resolution:

We’d like to help you get your portfolio into the best shape it’s ever been in.

You see, we’re about to show you how you could double your investment returns.

All it takes is one tiny change — and even better, as you’ll see at the end of this article, we’ll help you get started with a gift worth $4,687!

The “Average” Investor’s Portfolio

If you’re like most folks, you probably have a balanced investment portfolio...

Some stocks, some bonds, and maybe a REIT or two.

That’s how the average investor puts their money to work — and that’s how they earn average returns.

Historically, a balanced portfolio has returned about 6% a year.

6% isn’t “bad”…

But if you didn’t start investing until later in life, or if you’re still recovering from the 2008 crash, it may not be enough for you…

You may have to delay your retirement — or worse yet, you may not be able to retire at all.

But you have an alternative, and I’m going to share it with you right now.

All you need to do is put a very small piece of your portfolio somewhere new…

And this tiny change could help you double your overall returns.

Here’s the Secret...

If you’ve been reading the Crowdability newsletter for some time now, you know that, historically, early-stage private equity investments have trounced the stock market:

As an asset class, early-stage investments have returned roughly 27% per year.

But there’s no need to move all your money into private equity to take advantage of these market-beating returns…

By adding just a tiny bit of this asset class to your existing portfolio, you can dramatically boost your profits.

In fact, CNBC recently reported that this asset class gives investors like you “an easy way to nearly double the equity return that your 401(k) is generating.”

Here’s how the math works…

Private Profits by the Numbers

Let’s assume you have a portfolio worth $100,000.

If you’re earning 6% per year by investing in stocks and bonds, over 10 years, your portfolio would turn into $179,000. That’s a 79% return. Not bad.

But now let’s see what happens when we add some private equity…

We’re going to keep 90% of your assets — $90,000 — in stocks and bonds. And then we’ll put the remaining $10,000 into private equity.

At 6% per year, over ten years, the $90,000 would turn into $161,000.

But given the 27% historical annual returns of private equity, over 10 years, the $10,000 allocation would turn into $109,000.

So in total, your portfolio would now be worth $270,000. That’s a 170% return.

So a 10% allocation to private equity more than doubled your returns:

They went from 79%... to 170%.

By making this one small change to your portfolio, you’ve more than doubled your profits.

Get Started Now with a $4,687 Gift

If you haven’t made the leap into private equity yet, we want 2020 to be the year you finally get started — and we want to help.

Maybe you’ve only just begun reading our newsletter…

Or perhaps you just haven’t had the motivation to make your first investment yet.

Well, as I mentioned earlier, this year, we’re going to do everything we can to help you finally get your portfolio into shape.

In fact, to help motivate you right now, we’re doing something very special…

We’ve prepared a special gift for you — a gift worth $4,687.

And to claim it, all you have to do is CANCEL your current Crowdability subscription.

Yes, you read that right. To claim this gift, you simply need to cancel your current subscription.

I know that may sound crazy, but to see how this works, all you have to do is click here now »

As you’ll see, Matt has prepared a special invitation for you.

But I have to warn you, you must act quickly….

This invitation will expire at midnight on January 31st.

After that, it’ll be gone (possibly for good).

Click here for the full details now »

Best Regards,
Wayne Mulligan

Founder
Crowdability.com

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