I (Chris) know that’s a big promise. Sounds like it can’t be done.
Most folks spend a lifetime of work and saving to retire in dignity… let alone in style.
But that was the main takeaway from Teeka Tiwari’s Freedom 2020 live broadcast last night.
As he told folks who tuned in, this kind of wealth-generation event exists. It’s just not something most regular investors normally have access to.
Usually, it’s reserved for well-connected multimillionaires.
It stands for initial public offering. That’s when a company lists its shares on a public exchange such as the New York Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq.
Before a company IPOs, all its shares are held in private hands. The only way to get your hands on them is to be well-connected and have deep pockets.
And getting in ahead of the crowd can be wildly profitable. Teeka…
Most folks buy shares after they IPO. But the truly life-changing returns come from investing before these companies go public.
Take Netscape, which made one of the first internet browsers. On the day it went public, Main Street’s return was 108%. But pre-IPO investors made 16,600% that day. That’s the difference between turning $1,000 into $2,080… and a windfall of $167,000.
Or take rideshare firm Uber. Silicon Valley venture capital firm Benchmark grabbed pre-IPO shares for $0.07. When Uber went public, its shares traded for $45. That’s a 64,200% gain in one day. Enough to turn $250 into about $161,000.
But the wave of mega IPOs Teeka sees coming is not in tech stocks. It’s in private businesses taking an entirely new industry by storm.
As I told you about yesterday, Teeka fights tooth and nail for his readers.
He often travels more in a week than the average American travels in a year.
And last year, Teeka crisscrossed the globe meeting with his network of insiders. He was looking for the best pre-IPO deal in a special variety of the cannabis plant called hemp.
Hemp is a variety of the cannabis plant. But it has no psychoactive effects. So whereas regular cannabis is still illegal at the federal level… hemp is 100% legal nationwide.
That’s Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
He was instrumental in passing the 2018 Farm Bill, which made hemp fully legal.
And he continues to push for hemp farming in his home state of Kentucky. Check out this tweet he posted just last month…
The regular variety of the cannabis plant contains a compound called THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
It’s what gives people who consume cannabis a feeling of euphoria and relaxation.
But hemp contains only trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%). So it doesn’t get you high. And it’s rich in another compound called CBD (cannabidiol).
In short, CBD has zero psychoactive effects… and a ton of medicinal benefits.
And researchers believe it could be a game changer in the fight against anxiety, inflammation, depression, and sleep disorders.
That means CBD-rich hemp is a completely different beast from the regular THC-rich cannabis (often referred to as marijuana).
As he explained it…
Marijuana and the THC inside it are legal in some states. But they’re federally illegal. But the hemp plant is not. Its main byproduct is CBD. CBD is 100% legal in the U.S. It’s completely nonintoxicating. And it has a bunch of healing and medicinal properties.
Marijuana has THC and is federally illegal. But hemp has CBD, making it 100% legal. That means companies can sell it in the world’s largest consumer market – the U.S.A.
That’s why Teeka believes hemp is such a huge profit opportunity over the next several years. We’re witnessing an entirely new sector coming online to the entirety of the American public – almost overnight.
Take Dr. Geoffrey Guy.
He’s one of the brightest minds in medicine. He’s also a financial genius. He founded several companies that IPO’d on the Nasdaq.
And he’s used his expertise in legal cannabis to create GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH).
It’s the drugmaker that, in 2018, brought a blockbuster new epilepsy treatment, Epidiolex, to market. The drug uses CBD to treat a previously incurable form of epilepsy in children.
In 2013, Dr. Guy took GW Pharmaceuticals public on the Nasdaq.
If you were in on the deal pre-IPO, you could’ve seen gains as high as 79,800%.
“Teeka must be nuts. The legal cannabis sector tanked last year. Didn’t one of the widely tracked cannabis stock funds plunge 61% in 2019?”
The answer is yes.
Last year was a total wipeout for the legal cannabis stocks. It was on a par with the dot-com wipeout at the start of the millennium.
In March 2000, dot-com stocks nosedived. The tech-heavy Nasdaq index plunged 78%. The bleeding didn’t stop until October 2002.
While investors in publicly traded dot-com stocks were getting hosed, deep-pocketed VCs were piling into pre-IPO tech stocks.
And the private deals they made would make them insanely rich.
Here’s Teeka with more on that…
Sure, the tech sector got wiped out in the dot-com crash. And we just went through something similar with legal cannabis stocks. But look at what happened in 2002… right at the tail end of the dot-com crash.
Some of today’s tech giants IPO’d that year. This unlocked gains for pre-IPO investors beyond most people’s wildest dreams. PayPal went public in February 2002. It’s up 1,020,906% since then. Netflix IPO’d in May 2002. It’s up 5,900,000% since then.
If you were able to put $250 in PayPal before its IPO, you could’ve seen it grow to $2.5 million. And if you’d put $250 in Netflix before its IPO, you could’ve seen a once-in-a-lifetime windfall reaching $14 million.
Now, Teeka says we’re about to see a repeat of this pattern in the beaten-down legal cannabis sector.
You can invest in a basket of public cannabis stocks with an exchange-traded fund (ETF).
Take the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (MJ). For an annual fee of 0.75%, it will give you exposure to 37 companies involved in the global cannabis business.
But if you want to target truly life-changing gains, Teeka believes you should target opportunities in the pre-IPO market.
And he’s offering viewers of his Freedom 2020 broadcast the chance to get in on a pre-IPO deal in a CBD company before it lists on the Nasdaq.
Even better, you can get in with a grubstake as small as $250.
To learn more directly from Teeka… and get the chance to invest in the pre-IPO deal he’s been recommending… follow this link to watch the free replay.
January 9, 2020
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