Chris’ note: My friend and colleague Teeka Tiwari is a former hedge fund manager and Wall Street executive. Today, he helps individual investors make life-changing profits without putting their current lifestyles at risk.
One of the ways he does this is by recommending shares in companies that are still private. Some of his pre-IPO (initial public offering) recommendations have rocketed as high as 264% and 2,193% since going public.
And as Teeka’s analyst Grant Wasylik explains below, pre-IPO deals are where you need to be if you’re looking to make life-changing wealth in today’s market…
If publicly traded stocks were an animal, we’d consider them an endangered species.
Over the past two decades, nearly half the publicly traded companies in the U.S. have vanished.
They either merged with other companies, were bought out and turned private, or went out of business. But they’re not being replaced…
Look at the chart below…
According to the Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP), the number of U.S.-listed companies dropped from a high of 7,322 in 1996 to 3,643 in early 2019.
This trend isn’t set to reverse, either. A few years ago, global consulting firm McKinsey & Company projected 75% of S&P 500 companies will be gone by 2027.
And even with the recent IPO (initial public offering) boom, there are still only around 4,463 public companies listed on major exchanges.
Unlike an endangered species, however, the underlying companies aren’t on the cusp of extinction. Instead, they’re changing their behavior.
And investors who understand this trend can position themselves to make crypto-like gains when these companies go public…
The main reason we’re seeing fewer companies list publicly is they’re staying private much longer.
As you can see in the chart below, in 2020, the average company stayed private for 12.5 years – more than three times longer than in 1999.
Companies are staying private longer because it’s more profitable for them. And when they eventually go public, they’ll do so at much higher valuations.
As the chart above shows, from 1999 to 2020, the average market cap of private companies at their IPOs jumped 776%.
For mom-and-pop investors, it’s a double whammy.
There are fewer public companies to choose from – meaning fewer opportunities to profit. The companies that remain public are slower-growing and in older industries. And buyers pay a lot more for innovative, high-growth companies when they go public.
On the other hand, as companies accumulate higher valuations while private, pre-IPO shareholders capture more gains.
Take a look…
These early investors buy pre-IPO shares for pennies on the dollar… watch as pre-IPO valuations soar… then cash out when the public money pours in on IPO day.
Basically, early investors are laughing all the way to the bank. They’re profiting big by offloading their private company shares, with massive valuations, onto unsuspecting public-market investors.
And today, it’s happening more often… and much quicker… than it did decades ago.
So if you really want to move the needle on your wealth, you need to consider investing in private markets.
Fortunately, Palm Beach Daily editor Teeka Tiwari has found what he believes is one of the biggest pre-IPO opportunities he’s seen in a while.
The best part? You don’t have to be a venture capital (VC) firm, hedge fund, or millionaire to invest in it.
In the 1980s and ’90s, you could buy companies like Amazon (AMZN) and Microsoft (MSFT) when they went public and watch your retirement account grow 171,700% and 304,200%, respectively.
That’s enough to turn every $10,000 into $17.2 million and $30.4 million.
But to make these kinds of life-changing gains in today’s public markets, you need to buy companies like DoorDash (DASH), Facebook (FB), and Snowflake (SNOW) before they go public…
DoorDash: Early investors who got in at the pre-IPO stage had a chance to make 5,324% in the first 24 hours of public trading.
Facebook: Early investors who got in at the pre-IPO stage had a chance to make 12,900% in the first 24 hours of public trading.
Snowflake: Early investors who got in at the pre-IPO stage had a chance to make 15,270% in the first 24 hours of public trading.
But finding the best deals isn’t easy. And not every pre-IPO company will return a substantial profit on IPO day like the above three.
Finding the best companies to invest in requires hundreds of man-hours… a team of analysts… and a network of insiders who can connect you with the best deals in the world.
Teeka has checked off all these boxes with his latest pre-IPO discovery.
That’s why, on Wednesday, October 6, at 8 p.m. ET, he’s holding an all-hands-on-deck emergency briefing for his next big pre-IPO recommendation.
The man behind this deal is one of the most successful VCs of our generation. Insiders compare him to Elon Musk and Richard Branson.
11 deals alone have built his billion-dollar fortune.
Now, you can take part in the 12th – before its planned IPO on the New York Stock Exchange. Teeka has found a backdoor way for you to participate alongside the rich and famous.
Here’s why this deal is so urgent…
The smart money has bought up eight figures’ worth of shares. It could take out the rest of the deal at any moment.
Teeka’s last pre-IPO recommendation from an event like this filled up in less than 12 hours. And this deal could fill up even faster. That’s why he’s holding this urgent buy alert on the 12th deal from this legendary VC investor.
This deal is available on a first-come, first-served basis. So it’s critical you attend on Wednesday, October 6. Reserve your free spot for the event right here.
Analyst, Palm Beach Daily