Finding winning investments is tough. It’s true.
But just for a moment, imagine the perfect investment. An investment where:
- You’re guaranteed to get in at the lowest price.
- You can invest for as little as $100.
- And that one tiny investment gave you a shot at earning a major windfall.
Furthermore, once you’d invested, you wouldn’t need to lose any sleep over it — because its value wouldn’t bounce up and down like a rollercoaster.
Sounds perfect, right? Too good to be true?
Surprisingly, it exists.
Let me introduce you to it.
Introducing: The Perfect Investment
If you haven’t already guessed, let me reveal this perfect investment:
For about 85 years, startup investing in the U.S. was legally off-limits to all but the wealthiest citizens.
But thanks to a new set of laws, now everyone can invest in them, including you.
Let me show you why startups can be the perfect investment.
The 3 Main Benefits of Startup Investing
Sure, investing in startups can be incredibly exciting.
After all, you might be investing in the next Biogen, the next Facebook, or the next Uber…
World-changing companies that could impact billions of peoples’ health or relationships, or disrupt enormous, age-old sectors like transportation.
But there are other key benefits as well:
- Ground-Floor Entry Price
First of all, with startups, you’re getting in at the lowest possible entry price.
There’s no need to worry about “timing” your trade, or overpaying for your shares.
You’re getting in at the ground floor, when the company’s stock price is at rock-bottom.
- Massive Upside with Little Upfront Capital
When a startup is successful, even a tiny upfront investment can balloon into a fortune.
- Our friend and colleague Howard Lindzon made 400x his money by investing in Uber back when it was an early-stage private startup. That’s enough to turn every $5,000 he invested into $2 million.
- Facebook’s first private investor made about 2,000x his money. That’s enough to turn every $5,000 into $10 million. Can you imagine?
- And even when you factor in the winners and the losers, over the past 20 years, early-stage startups have returned an average of 55% per year. At 55% per year, in 20 years, you could turn a $500 investment into more than $3.2 million.
- Sleep Well at Night
Investing in the stock market can be like riding a terrifying rollercoaster.
You’re up, you’re down, you’re up, you’re down.
That’s a recipe for losing sleep — and potentially, losing a lot of money.
But after investing in a startup, you simply wait for it to be acquired or go public.
It’s a simple, fool-proof, sleep-well-at-night investment.
So What’s the Catch?
But as you know, when it comes to investing, there’s no such thing as a free lunch.
Even with a perfect investment like a startup, there are drawbacks.
So tomorrow, Wayne will share those drawbacks with you…
And then he’ll start to share details about how to overcome them.
So stay tuned…