Chris’ note: Wall Street is in the grip of an AI boom. That’s because these “thinking machines” will trigger a productivity boom … fatten margins… and send corporate earnings soaring.
But that’s not all artificial intelligence can do…
As you’ll hear today from colleague and world-renowned crypto investing expert Teeka Tiwari, it can also spot trading patterns humans can’t see.
Applied to crypto trading, this allows you to profit from explosive moves that happen all the time… in a matter of days.
That’s why Teeka has teamed up with an AI scientist from Carnegie Mellon… and gained access to the same type of AI Elon Musk is using at his companies.
They’ve been working on an AI project that could revolutionize the way you think of crypto investing. Teeka will be revealing all the details in a special online event next Wednesday, October 11, at 8 p.m. ET.
Slots for the event will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. So make sure to join the waitlist here.
Then read on for more from Teeka about two disastrous financial mistakes he made early in his career… and how his new AI trading system can help you avoid making similar mistakes.
They were the two worst financial decisions of my life…
Because of them, I left at least $720 million in profits on the table.
I made the first of these two fateful decisions in 1994.
I was working on Wall Street at the time. I knew computer stocks were the future. So, I took positions in software maker Microsoft and database management firm Oracle.
I had gotten into these stocks in 1991 when they were still cheap.
But I was a young and inexperienced investor. And boy, did I sell too early…
You see, in 1994 the Fed vaporized these stocks when it raised interest rates five times from 3% to 6%.
When the Fed raises rates, tech stocks tend to drop in price.
That’s why the Nasdaq – a good proxy for the tech sector – plunged 14% that year.
And Microsoft and Oracle fell as much as 28% and 30% respectively.
I knew these tech stocks had bright futures as home computer ownership and internet adoption ramped up.
But I was a rookie.
And I did what many inexperienced investors do when they see stocks tumble. I panicked and sold Microsoft and Oracle at the lows.
It’s the same mistake many are making today in the crypto market.
I confused short-term price volatility with a long-term change in fundamentals.
In the early 1990s, all you needed to know to make a fortune from Microsoft or Oracle was that the number of home computers would explode over the next two decades.
That’s what happened. The percentage of homes with computers shot up from 8% in 1984 to nearly 70% two decades later.
I was right about the long-term trend. But I let short-term volatility shake me out of my positions.
Had I held on, I would have been worth more than $20 million by the time was 30.
And the second terrible decision I made cost me way more than that in lost profits.
Don’t Be a “Weak Hand”
In 2003, I took a position in Apple. This was a bet on the widespread adoption of the iPod.
When Apple came out with the iPod, at the time it was only available for people who had an Apple computer. That was only 3% of the market. So, 97% of the market didn’t have access to the iPod.
I bought one for every member of my family. We were all Apple users. And we loved them.
All my friends who had Apple computers loved them, too. But my friends who had PCs didn’t even know what an iPod was.
There was no other product on the market that could compete with it. So, I knew that once Apple made the iPod available to PC users, it was going to sell more.
There was just no question. It was easy. But making money from Apple stock wasn’t.
Right after I bought Apple, its CEO, Steve Jobs, canceled 55 million stock options. This sparked fears that the company’s founder was dumping shares.
Apple shares tanked. But this time, I held on and rode out the storm. I was proud of myself.
But I sold too early after shares rebounded.
Apple was trading at just 25 cents a share in 2003. At its recent peak, I would have made $700 million for every million dollars I had invested in the stock.
This blunder has caused me more heartache than any other financial decision I’ve made. That includes bad decisions I made in 1998 that compelled me to file for bankruptcy.
Friends, here’s why I’m telling you about some of the most painful moments in my life.
In my youth, I was what Wall Street folks call a “weak hand.”
That’s a reference to investors who flee their positions in the face of volatility.
And it’s even more pronounced in the crypto market.
Cryptos can swing 50% or more in price in a day – even when there’s no bad news. This type of violent volatility shakes out the weak hands.
What’s so sad about these weak hands is they ignore crypto’s long-term adoption story and instead act on emotion – like I did with my tech stocks in the 1990s.
But I recently uncovered a way for you to make gains in crypto without all the volatility. And it can keep even the weakest hands in the game.
Make These Superhuman Skills Work for You
Over the past seven years, I’ve recommended 27 cryptos to paid-up subscribers that jumped by more than 1,000%.
These include peak gains of 36,696% on Binance (BNB), 156,753% on Neo (NEO), and 48,611% on Ethereum (ETH).
This has given my readers the chance to turn small stakes into six- and even seven-figure payouts.
I’m proud of what I’ve accomplished. But there’s always been a problem. It’s something that has been bothering me throughout all those years.
The reality is that most of those monster gains took too long. In most cases, it took years. And my subscribers had to go through stomach-churning ups and downs along the way.
So, I’ve been looking for a short-term trading strategy that could accelerate those gains without all the crazy ups and downs.
Before artificial intelligence (“AI”), this was just a pipe dream. But thanks to the superhuman pattern recognition skills of AIs, we’re now able to see things in the crypto market that not even a team of the smartest analysts can see.
And were finally able to build what I believe is the industry’s first-ever AI-powered crypto trading system.
And on Wednesday, October 11, at 8 p.m. ET, I want to share the details of this trading system with you.
Please note: Spots for this project will be on a first-come, first-served basis. So I urge you to join the waitlist now. That way you can be one of the first people to sign up once registration starts.
There’s nothing wrong with the buy-and-hold approach with the right coins.
But most cryptos don’t have long-term value. They offer only short-term trading opportunities.
And that’s what my new system is all about.
Let the Game Come to You!