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Early Stage Investor is full of small stocks with the potential to literally change your life…
Stocks overlooked by the mainstream media that give you the opportunity to turn small stakes of $1,000 or $2,000 into $10,000…$25,000…even $50,000 or more.
And, as soon as you subscribe, you’ll receive access to look through our entire portfolio full of exciting small cap investments in cutting edge industries from blockchain to cryptocurrencies to AI.
In addition, you’ll receive our special Early Stage Investor owner’s manual. This handy guide will walk you step by step on how to make the most with our portfolio of exciting life changing investments over the coming months.
And every month you remain a member, you’ll receive a brand-new investing idea that we’ve spent thousands of hours criss-crossing the country to uncover.
The business landscape is constantly changing…and as society continues to advance, new companies at the forefront of science and technology will emerge creating investment opportunities that could alter your financial future forever.
And we’ve made it our mission to track them down before the masses pile in.
Simply stated, Early Stage Investor is like no other financial research you’ve likely seen anywhere else.
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Who is Matt McCall?
Matt McCall has one of the best track records in the financial world.
Over the past 10 years, he’s pinpointed and recommended over 200 stocks that have gone up 100% or more, plus 16 stocks that have soared 1,000%… even as high as 2,700%!
He got his start when he was just 24, working as a broker at Charles Schwab, and within three years, he was running his own money management group.
You may recognize him from his ten years as Fox News contributor, or one of his 1,000+ other appearances on Fox Business, CNBC, and Bloomberg.
In that time, he called the bottom in stocks in 2009 and predicted the record-breaking 10-year bull market that followed. Today, Matt is a millionaire who spends most of his time traveling the world. (He’s already been to 50 different countries.)
But after 17 years of finetuning and perfecting his 10X strategy, Matt is finally ready to share how he finds 10X opportunities, over and over again.
Early Stage Investor – How it works?
Early Stage Investor Research is a Premium-priced monthly newsletter that seeks to recommend small or early-stage investments.
Early Stage Investor is geared for investors who are looking to make massive gains from the best early-stage companies that will change the world.
Generally speaking, we’ll hold these recommendations for 3 to 10 years, sometimes longer if our profits continue to soar.
When it comes to extreme wealth creation, few endeavors can compare to being an owner of a small company that grows large.
Let’s take a look at an example to illustrate what I’m talking about here.
Imagine being an early investor in Microsoft… you could have made over 9,000% during the 1990s. That type of gain turns every $5,000 invested in $450,000.
It only takes one of these big hits to make a huge amount of money in early-stage companies. And that is why it is critical that you approach the companies we recommend in this service with a “venture capitalist” mindset.
What are venture capitalists? And how do they earn such massive returns?
Venture capitalists are the early backers of start-up companies. They are the grand slam, home run hitters of the investment world. They don’t look to make 300% on their investments. They look to make 3,000%… even 30,000% on their investments.
Make just one great venture-capital investment and you’ll probably never have to worry about money. Venture capitalists have funded nearly every mega-hit technology company you know today: Google (now Alphabet), Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest, and the list goes on and on.
Before the public learned about these innovative businesses, venture capitalists were there, performing due diligence and making early investments.
By the time regular stock market investors hear about your average technology winner like Google, venture capitalists have made more than 2,000% on their original investments. And while we don’t recommend non-public companies in my Early Stage Investor research service, we still very much employ a venture capital mindset.
We are looking to hit grand slam home runs. We are looking to make hundreds, even thousands of percent returns in the world’s best early-stage public companies.
Grand Slam Portfolio Management
To the average investor, a 33% “win rate” on stock buys is a depressing thought. Having a high “win rate” – like “8 out of 10 stock picks are winners” – is important to average investors.
However, the best venture capitalists and professional traders don’t place any emphasis on “win rate.” They know that with a good strategy, you can be right just 33% of the time and make a fortune in stocks.
Early-stage stocks are among the riskiest securities in the market. They are more volatile and have higher failure rates than established businesses like Walmart and Coca-Cola. That’s just the nature of the game… and that’s why the payoffs in early-stage investments can be so huge.
Because early-stage companies can produce such gigantic capital gains – and because they have higher failure rates than established businesses – it’s vital to understand a key money management principle used by the best venture capitalists.
As an early-stage investor, you’re not going to achieve success on 100% of your investments. You probably won’t achieve success 75% of the time… or 66% of the time. And that’s fine.
When you invest like a venture capitalist, you can be right just 33% of the time and still make HUGE returns.
Some simple math shows us how it works… Let’s look at a hypothetical investment example.
On December 1st, you structure a “venture capital” portfolio of 12 promising businesses. You hold them for a year. The returns of these 12 stocks are listed below:
In this example, four went up and eight went down. You were right 33% of the time. But because you hit just a few big winners, you made a great average return of 40% across the 12 positions.
Over the past 60 years, the legendary trader George Soros has made more than $20 billion in the financial markets. Soros is a genius at knowing how government actions affect markets. He’s skilled at finding industries poised to boom. But there’s a simple mindset that’s more responsible for Soros’ success than either of those things. Soros once summed it up like this:
“It’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong.”
Soros didn’t focus on how often he was right. He focused on making his successes big and meaningful… and making sure his mistakes were small and manageable. That’s what we need to do as well.
I get how people feel the need to be right. I like to be right as much as anyone. In my early years as a stock broker, I had a boss once ask me, “Do you want to be right or rich?” I did not answer him, but I knew immediately what the correct answer was. I try to reduce my downside risk as much as possible. But the simple fact is that early-stage companies carry risk. I know I’m not going to be right 100% of the time.
The good news is, when you make sure to win a lot when you’re right, and only lose a little when you are wrong, you can be right just 33% or 50% of the time… and still make huge profits in early-stage companies.