Elon Musk sure knows how to make money — for himself, and for his investors.
For instance, he co-founded PayPal (PYPL), which is now worth nearly $100 billion. He also founded Tesla Motors (TSLA), which, at its most recent peak, was worth more than $1 trillion.
In fact, if you’d invested in Tesla’s IPO, you could have pocketed gains of 27,962%. That’s enough to turn $1,000 into $279,000. And $10,000 into $2.7 million.
But here’s the thing: I believe neither of those companies holds a candle to the potential of Elon’s next deal…
And to be completely upfront with you it has nothing to do with Twitter…
Elon’s Next “Big Bet”
You see, when it comes to investing, you have to ignore what the mainstream media wants to focus your attention on…
And while everyone from The Wall Street Journal to CNN Money would have you believe Elon is betting heavily on his Twitter takeover…
I believe Elon’s true “big bet” for becoming the richest man on earth for decades to come is on another one of his ventures…
More specifically, SpaceX.
Musk founded SpaceX back in 2002.
The company provides rocket launch services to help make space exploration cheaper, faster, and more efficient.
Ultimately, Elon’s goal is to use SpaceX to help humans establish a colony on Mars. So no matter what you think of the man, you have to admit — he doesn’t think small!
Even More Valuable than Tesla
SpaceX is currently the second-most valuable private company in the world. It currently commands a valuation of more than $100 billion.
But in my opinion, that’s nothing compared to what it could be worth after its IPO. And I’m not the only one who thinks so...
Investment bank Morgan Stanley recently surveyed dozens of its top institutional investors…
And the majority of them believe SpaceX could soon be worth more than Tesla — in other words, more than $1 trillion.
So, how can you position yourself to profit from SpaceX’s soaring value?
Let me show you three ways…
Three Ways to Profit from Elon’s Next Trillion-Dollar Company
In general, there are three ways investors can make money from big, blockbuster IPOs.
The first way (and the most straightforward way) is simply to wait for the IPO and buy shares in the stock market.
Unfortunately, not all IPOs are guaranteed to hand you big gains…
According to a report from investment research company Kiplinger, from 1985 through 2019, “IPOs that were bought at the first day’s closing price and held for 48 months posted a median decline of 17.4%.”
In other words, even after a long holding period, on average, investors lose money from IPOs!
The second way to profit from an upcoming IPO is to get into the company before it goes public — in other words, you can buy its pre-IPO shares when it’s still private.
For example, if you’d invested in one of Tesla’s pre-IPO rounds of funding, you could have earned an estimated profit of 203,536%!
(To put that number in perspective, it would be like turning a $100 bill into a $203,636 windfall. Or turning a $500 investment into more than $1 million.)
Unfortunately, when it comes to a “hot” company like SpaceX, only super-wealthy and well-connected insiders are typically able to secure a pre-IPO stake. I mean, SpaceX’s investor list reads like a “who’s who” of the finance and tech world.
I’m talking about major institutions like Fidelity, Google, and Sequoia Capital.
So how the heck are you supposed to profit from SpaceX’s meteoric rise if it’s next to impossible to get shares today?
Your “Backdoor” Secret to Profiting from Elon Musk’s Next Blockbuster IPO
Well, the answer lies in the third way to get into Elon’s next trillion-dollar company…
As you’ll see, this “backdoor” to IPO profits could give you:
- Access to all of the upside potential of a pre-IPO investment…
- Without having to wait for the IPO or worrying about how the stock will perform afterward…
- And without having to be an industry insider.
Again, this is a way for you to “piggyback” on Elon’s and SpaceX’s success...
And potentially earn life-changing profits at the same time!
But a quick heads-up: this opportunity will be gone for good on July 4th — that’s less than three weeks away.