How to Invest in Private Deals with the Wealthy Elite
Become a Member of Warren Buffett's Billionaire's Club
I’m not big on celebrity news, but this one blew me away...
Kim Kardashian, the Hollywood socialite who became famous for “being famous,” was robbed of $10 million worth of jewelry while in Paris. One of the rings was worth $4.5 million.
I know a lot of very wealthy individuals. I’m talking high-level CEOs, hedge fund hotshots, and billionaire angel investors. All are worth a lot more than Kardashian, too. And I can assure you, none of them would bring $10 million worth of jewelry with them on a business trip to Paris.
But you know, that’s how it is sometimes.
Sometimes folks just have so much money they become completely oblivious to common sense. Even if she wanted to bring that jewelry with her, certainly she could’ve had it safely stored.
Of course, my point here is not to criticize this woman. But can you imagine being that rich? Can you imagine having so much money that you wouldn’t even think twice about traveling to Paris with a $4.5 million ring on your finger? It’s insane, yet Kim Kardashian is not a rare case of extreme wealth.
A Millionaires Investment Club
While a lot of folks only know Kim Kardashian as a reality star, few know that she’s also part of an exclusive club that counts among its members people like Warren Buffett, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates. I’ve even heard this club referred to as the “Warren Buffett Billionaire’s Club.”
But this isn’t some kind of social club. This is an investment club that allows people like Kardashian to invest in early-stage startups and private investment deals. In fact, it’s this very club that allowed Kim Kardashian to land a $40 million profit on a deal that no one outside this club even knew about.
You see, a few years ago, Kardashian got a personal invite from the mobile app company Glu Mobile (NASDAQ: GLUU) to take part in something that wasn't even a deal yet. It was merely an idea to invest in a new app. She decided to take part and, a few years later, made more than $40 million on the deal.
Today, Kardashian’s net worth is about $53 million. And the funny thing is, she’s one of the “poorest” members of this club. After all, a net worth of $53 million doesn’t come close to Warren Buffett’s net worth of $64.8 billion, or Bill Gates’ net worth of $81.7 billion. Not that it matters.
The truth is, anyone who’s a member of this club is a multimillionaire. But they don’t always start out that way.
You Don’t Need Millions to Make Billions!
You may not know his name, but Chris Sacca is very well known amongst the wealthy elite.
You see, back in 2003, Chris was working as a young lawyer in Silicon Valley, where he spent a lot of time networking with some pretty big names in the tech industry. And through his connections, he was invited to join this exclusive club, where he had the opportunity to take part in some early-stage deals.
One of those deals was Twitter.
Now, while Chris wasn't particularly wealthy at the time, he was a member of this club. And that's all it took to get Chris Sacca into the big leagues.
Chris managed to scrape up $25,000 to get an early piece of Twitter. The result...
According to Forbes, Sacca ended up amassing a position for himself worth about $500 million. And it all started with an invite to “join the club” and a $25,000 check!
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$2,000 Gets You $1.5 Billion
Now, I don’t mean to brag, but I’m actually a member of this club, too.
I’ve been a member for about eight years now, and I won’t lie, I’ve taken full advantage of this privilege. And believe me, it is a privilege.
Truth is, most investors don’t know anything about this club. And the ones that do will never become members because they’re never going to be invited. But if you’re a serious investor, I can get you an invitation.
But you have to understand that this club is not for amateurs. In fact, just to become a member, it’ll cost you $2,000. Of course, to invest alongside the richest one percent on the planet, $2,000 is a steal. And if you can’t afford the $2,000 membership fee, then clearly this club isn’t for you.
Understand, I don’t say that to be rude. But if there’s anything I’ve learned from being a member of this club, it is that having the opportunity to get in on companies like Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA), Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), and Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) before they go public is worth millions, and sometimes billions. I mean that literally, too.
Just ask former electrical engineer Andy Bechtolsheim, who invested $100,000 in Google before it went public. That early investment ended up earning Andy $1.5 billion. That's billion, with a “B.” He’s a member of the club and, quite frankly, one of the wealthiest members.
So as you can see, a $2,000 membership fee is peanuts compared to what you can make by being a member of this club.
Now, in order to become a member, you must first be invited by a current member. And that’s what I’m doing today. So if you really are serious about creating wealth, and I’m talking about “walking around Paris with $10 million worth of jewelry in your pocket” wealth, then click here to get your invitation.
And just as a quick side note, I’ve only been authorized to offer a handful of these invitations. Once those invitations are sent off and approved, there will be no more spots left, and you’ll have to wait until next year to see if any new ones open up.
So, as I said, if you really are serious about creating wealth, then get your invitation now. This opportunity won’t last long.
To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth...
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Jeff is the founder and managing editor of Green Chip Stocks, a private investment community that capitalizes on opportunities in alternative energy, organic food markets, legal cannabis, and socially-responsible investing. He has been a featured guest on Fox, CNBC, and Bloomberg Asia, and is the author of the best-selling book, Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks. For more on Jeff, go to his editor's page.