Can Regular Americans Get Their Chance at Lucrative IPOs?
We’re in the middle of a massive tech boom.
Over 70 new companies have gone public this year…
And the returns have been staggering:
Zoom jumped 185% in less than two months from its public debut…
Shockwave Medical leaped 288 % — in its first quarter…
And Beyond Meat skyrocketed over 839% in its first two months…
This boom is unlike anything we’ve seen in 20 years… And it’s mostly thanks to technology stocks.
But while insiders get rich through flashy IPOs like these… the vast majority of people are missing out.
According to Bankrate, “for most investors, the dream of getting in on the IPO action will never be realized…”
Why? Because the best IPO shares routinely go to wealthy investors, financial institutions, and connected insiders.
“And that just doesn’t seem fair to me,” says legendary angel investor Teeka Tiwari.
Mr Tiwari has been involved in the private markets for the past 25 years.
And right now, he believes he’s found a “backdoor” way into the private tech market that most people don’t even know it exists. He explains all about it in his presentation here.
He says: “Forget waiting around for a hot tech company to hit the stock market. There’s a little-known way for regular Americans to get in on these deals much earlier… before the investment banks, hedge funds, and even some insiders take their cut.”
Teeka has appeared on prominent shows on CNBC and Fox Business, as well as shared his financial advice on Glenn Beck’s radio show.
At age 18, he was the youngest employee at Lehman Brothers. And just two years later, at 20, he became the youngest vice president in the history of Shearson Lehman.
But Teeka believes this little-known investment opportunity is one of the best deals he’s seen in his entire career.
He adds: “This is like owning a piece of Apple, Microsoft, or Google… right before they started trading a single stock. Imagine what it would do to your portfolio if you could invest like that…”
To learn more about this unusual opportunity, click here to watch Teeka’s presentation.