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How You Can Become an Angel Investor Today

Written by Jason Williams
Posted August 7, 2020

Have you ever wondered how the super wealthy make all that money? I mean, how do you start with so little and end up with hundreds of billions of dollars?

Sure, it’s obvious how a few of them did it. People like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates leapfrogged to that kind of wealth. They created companies that went public and dominated the industry, and they’re billionaires because of it.

But what about the people whose names aren’t all over corporate presentations? What buzzworthy company did Ray Dalio, who's worth $18.4 billion, found? How about Carl Icahn, who's worth $17.4 billion?

The truth is they didn’t found any companies. They made all that money through wise investments in companies other people started.

And many of the people who make the global billionaires list have a similar tale to tell. They didn’t start some tech company that completely disrupted an industry but rather saw those companies were going to change the world. So, they invested in the team that was going to bring them to market before the companies went public.

Networking > Studying

I’ve always taken pride in my knowledge. I worked really hard to get good grades. I worked as an economics and finance tutor in college and graduated college with honors. I even got accepted to Harvard Business School where I did postgraduate work.

But when I got out of school and landed on Wall Street, I learned the cold, hard lesson that what you know isn’t really that important. It’s all about who you know.

Connections get you jobs. They get you promotions. They bring you opportunities you may never have known about. Being smarter only gets you so far but being connected gets you the world.

So, I made it my mission to build a network of financial professionals, corporate executives, and company founders.

I found the more my network expanded, the more knowledge I had to draw on and learn from. So, the more my network grew, the more I learned.

The massive profits came from getting in on those companies before they held an IPO while they were still private and off limits to most investors.

So, not being the kind of person who can just hum along knowing there’s something much better out there, I made the bold decision to leave Morgan Stanley (and those massive investment banking bonuses) behind and open my own office in Manhattan.

The network I’d built on Wall Street helped me source my first angel investing deals, grow my own fortune (as well as the fortunes of my family, friends, and clients), and further expand my network.

In fact, it was that network that connected me with the founders and management team here at Wealth Daily’s parent company. That’s the great thing about a network: As you take advantage of it, it keeps on growing.

While I’ve been here at Angel Publishing, my network of connections has exploded — and it's not just because I’ve continued to meet entrepreneurs, angel investors, and corporate bigwigs. It’s also grown because it now includes the networks of all the experts I work with here. We’re a network of networks that helps each other network, if that makes any sense.

Collectively, we’ve got access to thousands of executives at major public companies, venture capital funds, private equity firms, and future unicorn startups.

It Doesn’t Matter Who You Know

I know I just spent the last few paragraphs telling you that it only matters who you know, so that section title might seem pretty wrong.

But it really doesn’t matter who you know, because you know me. And that means you’re a part of my network, so you can take advantage of all the connections I’ve developed over my two decades on Wall Street and running my own investment office...

That’s the opportunity I want to offer you today. I want you to be able to get in on the next Facebook, Amazon, PayPal, or Pinterest before they go public. I want you to have the first shot at life-changing profits that only come from investing in private companies.

Making Massive Look Miniscule

I can’t stress enough how life-changing these investments can be. Literally, just one investment can entirely change a person’s fortune. One successful investment can turn a poor farmer into a real estate magnate or turn a dockworker into a shipping tycoon.

But you don’t have to take my word for it. Just look at the difference between following my strategy and making normal investments in the stock market. Take a look at the difference between what a network like mine can accomplish versus a standard public investment.

Both LinkedIn and eBay have made early investors a ton of money. If you’d bought LinkedIn at its IPO and held it until it was sold to Microsoft, you’d have captured a respectable 336% gain, which would have turned $10,000 into $43,555. Not too bad.

And if you’d bought eBay at its IPO and held it for only one year, you’d be sitting on an 872% gain. Every $10,000 you put in would have been worth nearly $100,000 in just 365 days. Again, that’s nothing to complain about.

But if you’d had the kind of network I’ve spent decades developing, you could have turned a $10,000 investment in LinkedIn into $26.2 MILLION and that same $10,000 invested in eBay could have turned into $10.5 million in just a year.

linkedin and ebay network vs public

I mean, that chart really says it all. A 336% gain for LinkedIn and an 872% gain from eBay barely even shows up as a colored line compared to the profits a network like mine could have scored you.

Not impressed yet? Okay, I’ll do you one better...

Amazon has been one of the world’s most successful investments. Since its IPO, the stock has gone from $18 a share to well over $3,000 a share.

Investors who scooped up shares at the IPO are sitting on an astronomical 17,656% gain, meaning a $1,000 investment is now worth over $177,560. Anyone who plunked down $10,000 is now looking at an account worth well over $1.7 million.

But that’s nothing compared to what connected investors got back. That number is so high, even the network gains from LinkedIn and eBay look small, which is why I had to put it into a separate chart:

amazon private vs public

I don’t know about you, but I prefer the bigger piece of that pie, and those are the kinds of opportunities my network can bring to you.

No Risk, All Reward

Now, obviously every investment comes with inherent risk, but all you have to invest to get access to the massive gains that come from this special corner of the market is a little time.

That's right. You risk absolutely nothing but an hour of your time and you stand to reap the kind of rewards that private investors got from major success stories like Amazon, eBay, LinkedIn, and even tiny companies you’ve never heard of.

So, do yourself a favor and watch my presentation on how you can take advantage of the massive profits in this private market. And learn how you can get in on deals that used to be reserved only for the ultra-wealthy. It's all but guaranteed to be the most profitable decision you’ve ever made.

I’m really hoping you’ll join me and the thousands of others I’ve helped get in on the ground floor with angel investors. I really want you to take home the lion’s share of the gains.

But these kinds of investments fill up very quickly, so I can't share them with too many people at once. That means there are a limited number of spots available.

So, click here right now and make sure you’re a part of my network before the next incredible success story gets written.

To your wealth,

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Jason Williams

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After graduating Cum Laude in finance and economics, Jason designed and analyzed complex projects for the U.S. Army. He made the jump to the private sector as an investment banking analyst at Morgan Stanley, where he eventually led his own team responsible for billions of dollars in daily trading. Jason left Wall Street to found his own investment office and now shares the strategies he used and the network he built with you. Jason is the founder of Main Street Ventures, a pre-IPO investment newsletter, and co-authors The Wealth Advisory income stock newsletter. He also contributes regularly to Wealth Daily. To learn more about Jason, click here.

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