WEDNESDAY WEALTH RECAP
- Bitcoin is down by approximately half since its November peak. Still, crypto bulls insist the digital currency will revolutionize the world of finance. This is what Alexander Green refers to as cryptomania… and, according to him, this is the beginning of the end.
- One value investor made $90 million in a matter of months because he understood the ebb and flow of the financial market. Nicholas Vardy shares how you can trade like John Templeton.
- It’s official! According to Chief Income Strategist Marc Lichtenfeld, our bull market just turned bear. Marc shares three important questions every investor should ask in order to weather a down market.
Editor’s Note: Our mission here at Liberty Through Wealth is to support our readers in finding the next best wealth-building opportunities. This means we’re constantly looking for profitable opportunities in emerging sectors. And do we have an exciting one to share with you today!
In today’s article, Andy Snyder, our friend and the founder of Manward Press, talks about a promising investment opportunity in the booming private market.
It used to be that investing in a company before its IPO – when the biggest gains are made – was reserved for only the world’s most elite investors. But today, anyone can invest in early-stage companies with as little as $100.
Get the details on this exciting opportunity here.
Oh boy… I’m more excited than ever.
It’s the perfect environment for big gains.
I recently joined a roundtable of business owners. What a great group of talented and smart entrepreneurs.
They all came to the table with a common goal… to make more money.
It reminded me why I’m so excited about my latest research and its huge potential. (I reveal it here.)
Normally, when we’re evaluating companies, we’re dealing with enormous numbers… thousands of employees… and businesses within businesses.
Very, very few of them can double in size in a matter of months or even years.
There’s a huge void between even the smallest of public companies and the startups whose owners I consulted with.
Instead of using their muscle to push even smaller guys out of the way, these folks are using their muscle to gain traction and push new ideas forward.
It’s truly exciting.
For the savvy entrepreneur, times have never been better.
The internet has created an entirely new playing field. With just a couple of clicks of a mouse, any company can now become an international business. Any company can tap into incredible, cloud-based computing power. And any company can take advantage of a robust financial sector that has never offered so much money… so cheaply.
In many ways, I’d rather own a stake in a tiny startup than a big beast – especially right now, as the market throws its Fed-induced tantrum.
The businesspeople I met with own small companies. Most have just a couple of employees and one or maybe two business lines. I doubt any of these companies will become the next unicorn… a billion-dollar breakthrough.
But then again, Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) got its start by selling used textbooks.
Meta Platforms (Nasdaq: FB) – formerly Facebook Inc. – got its start by building a site to rank girls at Harvard.
And Netflix, of course, got its start with a very simple proposition. Founder Reed Hastings was miffed because of the $40 late fee he was charged after renting Apollo 13. So he used the power of the then-new internet to allow folks to rent DVDs online and get them in the mail.
Now the company takes up 15% of the world’s internet bandwidth and has rocked multiple industries.
Hastings made billions when the company went public.
But it wasn’t the first company he took public. At the age of 31, he helped launch Pure Software… It was sold six years later for $750 million.
Stories like this abound.
You’ve probably heard about the IPO boom. Nearly 1,000 companies went public last year.
Each represents a huge windfall for early investors.
But have you asked why it’s happening? Why are so many companies exploding in size (and value) and going public right now?
I already answered that question. See above…
The conditions are right. They’re better than ever.
Access to technology is better and fairer than at any time in history… perhaps with the exception of the Stone Age.
I talked with one business owner at the roundtable who is able to make his product many times more efficiently thanks to 3D printing. Another has expanded sales to a hotbed market across the country… and was able to do it from her remote workspace.
You’ve surely heard Warren Buffett complaining in recent years about how he can’t access the potentially huge returns that come from investing in small businesses. His firm is simply too big.
He’s having a hard time finding value in the big fish of the public market. The profit potential in the private space is much bigger.
This is huge.
And it comes at a time when the average investor – again, thanks to technology – can get a stake in what could become some of the market’s best startups for just $100… or less.
I’m very excited about it.
Even better… I’ve done something about it. It’s a huge opportunity for folks looking for a shot at outsized returns outside of a frazzled stock market.
Click here to find out how you can own a piece of it today.