Matt McCall’s is one of InverPlace’s crypto specialists. It was January 2020 when he launched Ultimate Crypto, a service in which he recommends elite altcoins.
As I write Wednesday morning (3/24/21), the 13 positions in Matt’s portfolio are averaging a return of 844%.
Last week, that average return nearly touched 1,000% before the sector pulled back to consolidate.
I’m looking at the portfolio as I write, seeing zero money-losing positions. Perhaps even more impressive is that there’s only one position that’s not up triple digits (it’s up 63%). Six of the positions are up more than 500%.
Now, let’s be clear …
This is not a hypothetical.
This is what Ultimate Crypto subscribers, who acted on Matt’s recommendations, have seen in their own accounts in about 14 months.
It’s, call it, $20,000 turning into more than $168,000 in a little over a year.
Most importantly, it’s what Matt believes is going to happen again.
The purpose of today’s event is simple …
Matt and Charlie believe the crypto universe is on the verge of printing a new batch of millionaires and billionaires.
In short, they see a fuse being lit under the altcoin market — one that will set off one of the most significant explosions of wealth in the modern era. Modest investments in the right altcoins stand to turn into millions of dollars.
Now … why?
Let’s take the skeptic’s perspective. What’s the actual value that’s inherent to altcoins that will drive such massive gains?
… to truly understand the magnitude of this opportunity, you must understand that altcoins aren’t really cryptocurrencies in the way most people think of them.
Altcoins aren’t “fantasy internet money” … they are actually investments in one of the most valuable, most revolutionary technologies every created.
And they will create a multi-trillion-dollar tsunami of wealth for their owners.
Remember, the underlying technology behind bitcoin and altcoins is the blockchain. You’ve probably heard all the buzzwords surrounding it.
Blockchain is a “virtual ledger” … it’s capable of recording, verifying, and securing digital transactions … it’s a series of confirmed and encrypted data spread across many geographic locations.
Now, you can think of the blockchain and cryptocurrencies like that …
But to truly convey their stunning wealth-creation power, I prefer to say that blockchain technologies are just really, really, really valuable software programs.
Matt goes on to write how software has become a part of our everyday lives over the last few decades, so we sometimes overlook what that means.
But software programs are one of the greatest forces for wealth creation on earth. They make our lives and our businesses easier and vastly more efficient.
Think Microsoft, Adobe, Uber, Alphabet … All of the businesses have seen mind-boggling growth from software.
Back to Matt:
Just like the software programs that have changed our lives over the last 30 years … altcoins and the blockchain technology they run on are about to unleash an epic new wave of computer program wealth.
They’re about to mint the next generation of millionaires …
But what about the volatility of the crypto space? Isn’t it too dangerous?
That depends on what you mean by “dangerous.”
Yes, absolutely, crypto can be volatile. And it can be flat-out money-losing. There are many worthless altcoins out there attracting capital.
This demands that investors be mindful about how much money they allocate to their crypto positions, as well as have a strict, thoughtful selection method.
But I’m going to suggest that playing it safe by avoiding crypto can actually be more “dangerous” to your long-term investment goals.
To illustrate, consider two investors.
Both have $100,000 portfolio.
Investor A will invest in altcoins. Because she understands the volatility, she will invest just 20% of her $100,000 into the sector, spread over 10 positions. Let’s say she parks the other 80% in cash.
Now, let’s assume that every single one of her 10 altcoins, except one, loses 99% of value. We’re talking a near-complete loss of capital … -99% … on nine of 10 positions.
However, on her 10th position, she gets a return of 3,030%.
This number is not picked out of thin air. It’s one of the returns that Matt’s subscribers are sitting on in his Ultimate Crypto service.
Put all of this together, and what is this investor’s return total return on her entire $100,000?
Here’s how that looks …
She only invested $20,000 of her $100,00.
She lost 99% of all of that, expect for one winner, which returned a bit more than $60,000.
Based on a $100,000 starting value, that’s a 42.8% return.
Now, compare that to the “safe” investor.
We know he won’t put his money into a savings account, because it will destroy his wealth. So, let’s not even entertain that as an option.
Instead, let’s say he invests his entire $100,000 into a blend of stocks and bonds. Let’s assume he gets the long-term average return for stocks (7%) plus the long-term average return for bonds (5.5%).
In a traditional 60/40-weighted portfolio, this would generate gains of $6,400 based on a $100,000-portfolio.
So, 6.4% return.
Which do you want … 42.8% returns or 6.4% returns?
By the way, if you think I’m cherry-picking the crypto return, consider this …
If we reverse-engineer our return-comparison, we might ask, “what’s the minimum return the crypto investor must get on her one profitable position to equal the 6.4% return the stock/bond investor got?”
After crunching the numbers, that answer is 1,210%.
Well, it turns out, Matt has five different positions in his Ultimate Crypto portfolio that have return more than 1,210%.
We’re not cherry-picking.
Let’s also look at from the other side, meaning a crashing market
Now assume that the entire investment world implodes.
That one high-returning crypto? It also goes to -99%.
And over in the stock/bond portfolio, a bear market results in a 34% crash, similar to what we experienced last year.
How do these two investors hold up?
Well, the “risky” crypto investor lost 99% of invested capital — or $19,800. But because she invested only reasonable position sizes, she still has $80K over in cash.
So, she’s down 19.8% on her entire $100,000 portfolio.
Meanwhile, the “safe” investor who stayed away from crypto has suffered a $34,000 decline, so his total wealth comes in at just $66,000.
Bottom-line, the “risky” crypto investor suffered a drawdown of $19,800 in the crash-scenario while making 42.8% returns in the growth-scenario, while the “safe” stock/bond investor suffered a $34,000 loss and just 6.4% gains.
It might be time for everyone to rethink what “risky” really means.
Here’s Matt on this note:
… there’s another massive catalyst on the horizon that could send their prices significantly higher.
It’s a financial revolution the likes of which we’ve never seen before. It’s been building for a while, and it’s now gaining more and more momentum …
Altcoins are the number one way to capitalize on this trend.
I want to fill you in on the whole story, which is why I’ve put together a special presentation called The Main Street Revolution Event that will take place today at 4 p.m. ET.
To join, just click here to reserve your seat. You’ll hear Matt discuss the state of the cryptocurrency market and how the coming revolution could be an absolute game changer for your financial life.
He’s even going to give away his number one altcoin recommendation for 2021 — ticker symbol and all — for free.
Join us simply to listen and learn more. There’s no obligation. Hear what Matt has to say and decide whether or not it’s right for you.
But as we just saw with our example above, even a small investment can make a big difference toward financial goals.
Here’s Matt with the final word:
The altcoin phenomenon is just getting started … so please don’t miss this special event.
The GameStop phenomenon was just the beginning …
Now, a new chapter in the “populist revolt” against the Wall Street elite is taking shape — and at the heart of it is an investment that can produce over 1,000% gains in months.
Legendary crypto investors Matt McCall and Charlie Shrem will bring you the full story today at 4 p.m. ET.
The event is free to attend, but you have to RSVP in advance.