Our No. 1 Trade for 2020

By Wayne Mulligan, on Thursday, October 17, 2019

Yesterday, Matt told you about our plans to help you avert the looming retirement crisis.

As he explained, we’ve spent years tracking a major trend in the tech sector. And now this trend is finally taking shape.

This is creating an unprecedented wealth-building opportunity.

In fact, you could earn so much from this single investment, you might never need to worry about your retirement again.

Today, I want to tell you more about this opportunity.

As you’ll learn, it’s unlike anything we’ve ever shown you…

We’ve Been Waiting Years to Share This

Since founding Crowdability five years ago, Matt and I have focused on one thing:

Identifying major breakthroughs and technology trends, and then bringing you private-market investment opportunities to profit from them.

But here’s the thing…

You could also profit from these trends outside of the private markets.

In fact, in some cases, the best way to profit is to avoid the private market entirely…

Is Earlier Always Better?

You see, generally speaking, investing in the private markets can help you make the most money from an emerging technology trend.

That’s because, when you invest in the private markets, you can invest in companies at their earliest stages.

And by getting in so early, you can secure your stake at a very low cost — which, of course, dramatically increases your profit potential.

However, for certain types of companies, raising money in the private markets doesn’t make sense.

I’m talking about companies that require a lot of capital to get off the ground.

Let me explain what I mean…

Time to “Go Public”

Imagine that an entrepreneur wants to launch a new mobile phone company — one that could compete with Apple and the iPhone.

Even to get the most basic version of its product to market, this company would require a great deal of startup capital…

It would need money for a large staff, research & development, inventory, manufacturing facilities, and the list goes on and on. This would require tens of millions — if not hundreds of millions — of dollars to get going. And here’s the thing…

99% of the private deals we feature on Crowdability are limited, by law, as to how much money they can raise. Specifically, these companies can only raise $1 million per year.

So if a company needs far more than $1 million, it’s forced to look elsewhere for financing.

Thankfully for investors like you, one of the places they look is the public markets…

Through an IPO.

Publicly-Traded Startups

When early-stage startups go public in an IPO, essentially they become “publicly-traded startups.”

Like private startups, such investments have enormous upside potential…

But unlike private startups, since they trade on the stock market, you can cash out of them whenever you’d like.

Furthermore, publicly-traded startups can deliver their profits very quickly.

Basically, publicly-traded startups give you the best of both worlds — and that’s why Matt and I have been so excited to share some news with you this week.

Our “Gift” to You for 2020

As mentioned earlier, for four years now, we’ve been tracking a certain technology trend.

For all that time, we’ve been waiting for a few key developments to take place.

As soon as these developments took place, we knew we’d have an enormous profit opportunity on our hands.

Well, that day has finally come — and now our patience is about to pay off…

If you’re a member of Micro-Cap Advantage, you can expect to learn more about this opportunity in the next couple of weeks.

That’s when we’ll be publishing this month’s issue.

If you're not a member, you can learn more about Micro-Cap Advantage here »

Happy investing.

Best Regards,
Wayne Mulligan

Founder
Crowdability.com

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