Teeka Tiwari received way more questions than he was able to answer at his Crypto Catch-Up Event, so let’s cover some of them here…
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How much should I invest in each play?
A: As a general rule, Teeka recommends $200–400 for those with a small portfolio… and $500–1,000 for those with a large portfolio.
The reason is because these tiny cryptos are explosive. All it takes is a few hundred dollars for the chance to make a life-changing fortune.
(Remember, in the past cryptos like these shot up as high as an extraordinary 20,225%… 21,267%… and more.)
You can make life-changing gains — without putting your current nest egg at risk.
What’s the name of Teeka’s top pick?
A: Near the end of the event, Teeka gave the name and ticker of his top pick — and he even gave away its expected “launch date.”
Plus, he also discussed five more coins that he believes could deliver even bigger gains.
One of them is considered to be Ethereum’s biggest rival… yet it’s trading for 42 times less than Ethereum.
Another of them is 2,200 times smaller than Bitcoin…
And another is a privacy coin that’s set to have an explosion in demand.
Most importantly, all these coins are “on the clock.” They’re all approaching their “launch dates” — the first one is set to hit November 18th.
If you want the chance to make the biggest gains from them, you need to get in right away.
Why haven’t I heard about “countdown cryptos” anywhere else?
A: These coins are small. They make up a tiny fraction of the overall market.
Even Teeka didn’t know about them until recently. He stumbled upon them by accident. (He tells the story here.)
Outside of some insiders and development teams, these coins and their “countdown clocks” are almost completely unknown.
But now that Teeka’s broken the story on them, they’re not likely to stay hidden for long.
If you want to get in on them before the crowd, you’ll want to act right away.
Please note: Teeka’s special deal is only available until midnight. After that, you’ll no longer be able to claim a free year.
Don’t wait — get the details while you still can.