"The Buffett Apostle"
He moved to Canada with $8 in his pocket...
Now, he's a billionaire.
Invest $10,000 with him today, and earn up to
109 times your money over the next decade
He immigrated to Canada in the ’70s with $8 in his pocket.
He was in his 20s and nearly penniless, so he took a job selling furnaces just to make rent.
Today, he heads a multinational holding company that pays out insane profits, makes piles of cash on companies no one else cares about, and has outperformed just about everyone else in the stock market since 1985.
Oh, and he’s also a multibillionaire.
It’s a story straight from a Horatio Alger novel... so it’s no wonder he’s often called the "Warren Buffett of Canada."
The man even named his son after Buffett’s mentor, Benjamin Graham.
Though for all of his success, he’s remained largely out of the public eye.
As the Toronto Star puts it, he’s "the richest, savviest guy you’ve never heard of."
So who is this guy? And how could investing with him today mean you could earn up to 109 times your money over the next decade?
Some call him "The Buffett of the North."
Others call him, more simply, "The Next Buffett."
I call him "The Buffett Apostle," and if you look at what he did nine years ago, you’ll begin to understand why...
$2 Billion on the U.S. Crash
In 2007, investors were drunk on their own optimism.
They were shoveling money into the market at an obscene rate, trying to capitalize on the unprecedented gains of the previous couple years.
Analysts, economics professors, and business journalists were all screaming the same thing: "Buy, buy, and buy some more."
But one reserved Toronto executive wasn’t so sure. He stood in front of a crowd at the Ben Graham Centre in Ontario and delivered his sobering vision.
"There’s the possibility of a one-in-50- or a one-in-100-year storm coming," he told the crowd. "When the music stops, it stops very quickly."
He wasn’t joking, and he wasn’t wrong.
The first indicators came in July 2008 when the Dow had a mini-meltdown, dropping 400 points in a day.
Then came September 29, 2008, when the biggest-ever single-day Dow crash obliterated $1.2 trillion in market value.
Millionaires went bankrupt, hundreds of thousands lost their jobs, and 401(k) savings were erased.
But not for the Toronto man who had prophesied the storm.
Before he had even spoken at the conference where he made his dire prediction, he’d already made a $341 million bet that things were going to explode.
His intake when the house of cards tumbled down? More than $2 billion.
So goes the legendary history of
"The Buffett Apostle"
This wasn’t his first such prediction, either.
Three decades ago, he called Black Monday, foreseeing the U.S. crash of 1987.
A few years later, he correctly forecasted the Japanese collapse of the 1990s, a period now known as "The Lost Decade."
In the late 1990s, he anticipated the dot-com crash... Just a couple years later, in mid-2000, he was proven eerily accurate as company after company filed for bankruptcy, sending the NASDAQ into a tailspin.
If that wasn’t enough, "The Buffett Apostle" was also part of a group that made a bet on the Bank of Ireland... infusing the bank with $1.1 billion so it wouldn’t fall into state hands in the midst of the 2011 eurozone debt crisis.
"The Buffett Apostle" himself received 2.8 billion shares... an 8.7% ownership stake.
Three years later, in 2014, he unloaded those same shares for three times his money.
The exact dollar amount he pulled in has never been reported, but he calls the investment "one of his most successful."
And that’s saying quite a lot considering he previously made $2 billion on the 2008 U.S. crash.
His latest prediction, that tech stocks were going to plummet, is now coming true.
He pointed to the fact that there are twice as many companies valued at $1 billion right now than there were previous to the dot-com crash... a period that plunged investors into a near decade-long quagmire.
He also mentioned he’s "confident that most of this will end as other speculations have — very badly!"
He made this call in late 2015, and as of right now, the so-called FANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google) are down by as much as 23%.
It was yet another feather in the cap for "The Buffett Apostle."
But how does this success translate into you earning up to 109 times your money over the next decade?
As I mentioned earlier, much like the Oracle of Omaha himself, "The Buffett Apostle" owns a multinational company that offers shares to individual investors.
And guess what...
It’s outperformed Berkshire Hathaway over the past 30 years.
A Millionaire (8 Times Over)
Right now, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) trades for more than $200,000 per share.
In other words, you’d be forking over the price of a small house in order to afford a single share of the company these days.
But it wasn’t always this way.
Back in 1968, you could have bought the very same stock for $25.
A $1,000 investment would now be worth more than $8.5 million.
Naturally, few people rode that entire wave, but that hasn’t stopped Berkshire from spawning millionaires at an astounding rate.
One of them even has a nickname thanks to his early investment...
The Case of "Forty-Dollar Frank":
The Millionaire Tax Lawyer
His real name is Frank Fitzpatrick, and he hails from Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
But he’s known to some as "Forty-Dollar Frank" because that’s the price he bought shares of Berkshire Hathaway for back in 1976.
He purchased 200 shares in total, a stake now worth $40 million.
Of course, through the years, he’s picked up even more, saying, "I’ve always had a habit of running back to Berkshire."
Today he owns a lakefront property in Tahoe and has used some of his profits to fund an education nonprofit.
Naturally, he’s holding plenty of shares in reserve for his two children.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t know many 72-year-olds who are set up quite as well as "Forty-Dollar Frank."
He’s not the only one, either... not by a long shot.
The Case of Ed Prendeville:
The Toy-Collecting Millionaire
Ed Prendeville didn’t buy his shares of Berkshire in the ’70s like Frank did.
His first purchase was in 1983 when shares were trading at $1,300 — a 5,100% increase over what they had traded at just 15 years earlier.
That might seem like a high price tag for a single share of stock, but not to Ed.
In fact, he used income from his train-collecting business to purchase some shares.
And he’s been reaping the rewards of his decision ever since.
As I mentioned earlier, shares now trade for more than $200,000.
Ed hasn’t revealed just how many shares he bought back in ’83, but he’s now a millionaire thanks to the 15,280% gains he’s pulled in over the past few decades.
The 64-year-old even refers to his stash as his "security blanket."
The best part?
Berkshire literally helped save Ed’s life.
In 2007, he was diagnosed with cancer... and if it weren’t for the money he’d made on his stocks, he wouldn’t have been able to afford the cutting-edge treatment he needed.
No one knows exactly what kind of goldmine Ed is sitting on, but it pales in comparison to Stewart Horejsi’s.
The Case of Stewart Horejsi:
The Buffett Millionaire Billionaire
In 1980, Stewart bought 40 shares of Berkshire Hathaway for $265 apiece.
He got the money by borrowing from his family’s business — a welding company out of Kansas.
Then he bought more... then a few more... then even more.
Today, according to Forbes, he’s worth $1.3 billion.
All told, Stewart, at 78 years old, has amassed 5,800 shares of the company... even after unloading 1,500 of them back in the late ’90s.
The crazy part?
Even after his sell-off, he still holds more shares of Berkshire than Buffett’s bridge partner, Bill Gates.
Today he owns homes in Oregon, Arizona, and Barbados.
And like his favorite investor, he drinks Coca-Cola.
Now, I realize these people got in relatively early in the history of Berkshire...
But consider this:
Even if you bought shares in 2001, when the stock was trading near $70,000... you’d still be sitting on a 200% gain.
If someone told you to buy a $70,000 stock right now, you’d probably think they were crazy.
I would, too...
But those that understood the moneymaking power in Buffett’s pocket — the very same profit potential the company I’m telling you about today has — were rewarded.
Of course, Berkshire has quite the history when it comes to turning ordinary investors into billionaires.
To date, six current or former billionaires can tie their fortunes directly to the company’s incredible stock performance.
The best part about all of Berkshire’s success is that you have a chance to accomplish something very similar starting today...
How do I know? Because there are already millionaires associated with the company I’m telling you about today.
And if you follow what I’m telling you right now, you could be in the NEXT batch of millionaires associated with "The Buffett Apostle."
The best part is you won’t pay anywhere near the going rate of $200,000 per share that Berkshire costs.
With today’s opportunity, you’ll pay more than 99% less than that.
Now, it’s likely you won’t become a billionaire like Stewart, but turning yourself into a millionaire is more than possible.
What does Buffett have to say
about all of this?
Since 1985, "The Buffett Apostle" has led his company on a profit run — growing it at a compound rate of 21.3% — that’s outperformed Berkshire hands down.
And he’s done it by putting his money where his mouth is.
Like the Oracle of Omaha, "The Buffett Apostle" draws a modest salary while roughly 95% of his net worth is in his company’s stock.
This is one reason the company continually has billions in cash on hand... allowing it to keep its powder dry for the next opportunity that comes its way.
More importantly, everything is currently in place for this company to deliver extraordinary returns in the months — and years — ahead.
Because of its size, this company has the ability to compound large numbers much more rapidly than Berkshire Hathaway.
And as you might guess, that’s very much to your advantage.
Right now, Berkshire is a $360 billion company.
By comparison, "The Buffett Apostle" currently runs a ship that’s less than 3% the size of its "big brother."
That might sound like a negative, but it’s actually a huge positive. It’s a position Buffett would love to be in.
Because as Buffett painfully admits: "It’s a huge structural advantage..."
In other words, by Buffett’s very definition, "The Next Berkshire" has a clear-cut advantage over the existing one.
It can get in on deals that Berkshire could never participate in, and that means more — and bigger — gains for investors.
With "The Buffett Apostle" at the helm, the sky’s the limit.
"Don’t ever think that it knows
more than you."
The figures and potential profits are surely mouth-watering...
But from a technical standpoint, there are three standout reasons it would be silly not to invest with "The Buffett Apostle" right away.
Most investors are absolutely awful at predicting macro trends in the market.
On the other hand, "The Buffett Apostle" has called every major market disaster well before it happened.
Not only that, but he knows so far ahead of time that he’s able to avoid crazy losses and actually pull out huge gains for his investors.
I’ll refer again to the $2 billion he made during the 2008 recession. And while he was pulling in that crazy payday, his investors were nearly doubling their money.
Right now, he’s pounding the table on the fact that China is massively overvalued, and he also has active moves to hedge against pending deflation in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.
If I told you to go out right now and invest in a deflation-linked derivative, what would you do?
Probably nothing. Most people wouldn’t even know how to go about it.
"The Buffett Apostle" does, and you’ll have access to every shrewd move he makes should you ride his coattails.
Shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway have received only one dividend and that was for only 10 cents. Buffett doesn’t believe in them.
His "apostle," however, does.
Last year, his company paid a 2% yield.
It might not be as much as other companies pay, but you have to consider...
That’s actually a really good thing.
The positives of this are two-fold:
1. You receive a guaranteed payout, even if it’s not a monster one.
2. A lower dividend means the company has more money on hand for "The Buffett Apostle" to put to work for you.
Remember, the guy has his company making 21% per year. I’d rather have that than a company that makes less but pays a higher dividend.
And finally, there’s...
"The Buffett Apostle" has tons of it.
What do I mean by that?
Essentially, he owns insurance subsidiaries that provide him with something called float.
It’s income that pours in from those paying for the insurance... money that doesn’t have to be paid back until a future date (when a claim is made).
Insurance companies sit on millions — billions — of dollars in float.
While the money is in their hands, they invest the money into super-safe assets like bonds — much like "The Buffett Apostle" did during the crash in 2008.
He supplements this by buying up undervalued companies, and as a result, his portfolio has been killing it.
So because of his float, you get a company that both outperforms the market on a regular basis (and plenty of other companies) and gets tons of free leverage thanks to insurance assets.
It’s been one of the main reasons he’s experienced so much success and why early investors have been rewarded with huge paydays.
The good thing is "The Buffett Apostle" refuses to overthink the market and operates on a simple market mantra: "Don’t ever think that it knows more than you."
And his terrific success proves that his methods work.
Of course, I’m sure you’re wondering by now who I am... and what makes me qualified to tout today’s company as "The Next Berkshire Hathaway."
The #1-Performing Market Timer
My name is Charles Mizrahi...
I’ve lived and thrived through every major market crisis over the last 30 years.
I started on Wall Street, on the trading floor, in the pits.
I had virtually nothing when I started. I even had to scrounge around and borrow money from family members so I could pony up the $12,500 it cost to rent a seat and open an account on the New York Futures Exchange.
I remember bumping into traders like Paul Tudor Jones long before anyone knew who he was... before he famously shorted the crash of ’87, and before he built his billion-dollar fortune.
When I ran my first money management firm, Hampton Investors, the likes of Goldman Sachs, Citicorp, Credit Suisse, and other legendary Wall Street banks ponied up my $1 million minimum to have me manage their money.
We did pretty well, too.
I was the #1-performing market timer, not just on Wall Street but in the entire United States, based on the actual performance of client accounts.
Later, Barron’s ranked me the #1 commodity futures money manager. I made a 113% one-year return — nearly double the returns of the next-highest performer — and a 313% three-year return.
So I know firsthand what it’s like to manage a $200 million portfolio during market booms and busts. I’ve got my scars and trophies from surviving through many of the toughest, and most fun, market periods in history.
And over the years, I’ve had the good fortune to be friends with, spend time with, and pick the brains of some of the greatest investors of the last 50 years.
I’m talking about guys like...
- Don Yacktman, who now manages over $30 billion.
- Bruce Kovner, who founded Caxton Associates and has around $5 billion under management.
- "Ace" Greenberg, the legendary trader-turned-executive of Bear Stearns.
Put simply, I’ve worked with the greats, witnessed the fools, made money, lost money, made it back... and I’ve loved every minute of the journey.
I was making money as a pro trader during the go-go ’80s, watched terror sweep Wall Street in ’87, and invested through recessions including the booming 1990s, the dot-com bust, the housing bubble, and the 2008 financial recession.
I’ve seen it all.
And not as a bystander, but from the inside of Wall Street as a trader, money manager, hedge fund manager, and manager of my own personal wealth.
So I know what works and what doesn’t... I know how to make money, and, most importantly, I know how to make others money.
This is how I know, for instance, that the company run by "The Buffett Apostle" could be poised to pay you 109 times your money over the next decade.
And that figure is if you make only a fraction of what folks who invested in the original Berkshire made.
Some of those folks made up to 690 times their money.
So the sky is the limit here.
And it all ties into the most important (and very simple) lesson I’ve learned: either you run with the elephants, or you get run over by them.
The REAL Secret of
the Stock Market
The reason I was able to become the #1-ranked market timer and Barron’s #1-ranked commodity trading advisor is because I understand how money flows through the markets.
It’s something that was driven home to me by the great "Ace" Greenberg, who opened Wall Street’s doors to kids from Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.
Instead of hiring rich trust-fund kids, he called his crew the PSDs — poor, smart, and determined.
In many ways, he defined Wall Street in the 1980s. He built the "eat what you kill" culture of traders who were paid low salaries but were given huge partnership profits.
With "Ace," you either got good or got lost.
He mentored a generation of some of Wall Street’s greatest traders, and I could see why.
He told me, "It’s all about the earnings. It’s always been, and always will be about earnings."
Here was the godfather of profits, and was he telling me to worry about technical analysis? Was he talking about buying trends? Was he talking about option strategies?
No, no, and no.
As a twenty-something money manager, I didn’t fully appreciate the power of what he’d told me.
But the more experience I got, the more market storms I weathered, the bigger wins I made — the more I realized the man was absolutely right.
Now I’m the "old" Wall Street vet passing on the same wisdom to other investors.
So here’s what I’ll tell you...
Throw out the news. Throw out market fundamentals. Throw out technical indicators.
You won’t learn about "The Buffett Apostle" through these avenues, and you won’t learn about other dynamic profit opportunities, either.
You have to realize that the ONLY way to make money in the long run is to understand how the world’s massive institutions make buy-and-sell decisions.
Put simply: Big money institutions are the drivers of stock price changes — everything else is just noise.
Look at every story of stocks shooting up in price, and you’ll see the trigger was institutional buying.
The only thing that ever matters is whether or not the elephants are buying or selling.
It’s true even in the smallest stocks...
- For instance, General Growth Properties went from a penny stock to $30 per share because its earnings were real and kept growing. Finally, it got the attention of institutional money managers and went on a 13,600% profit run.
- BJ’s Restaurants was a penny stock as well. Today, it’s a billion-dollar company. In between, as it experienced serious growth, the institutions dove in and drove the stock price to $54 — a 5,100% return.
- Pier 1 Imports dropped to $0.11 per share when it was on the verge of bankruptcy... but it turned earnings around, and the institutions flooded in. Shares shot up to $22 — an almost 20,000% increase.
The same holds true for large-cap stocks.
When the economy started turning in 2008 and the earnings picture changed for the financial sector... Wall Street flooded the exits.
The market took a huge hit...
Up, down, and sideways — all phases of the market are reflections of the decisions made by institutional money.
The secret, however, isn’t getting in WITH the big money... It’s getting in BEFORE the big money.
And that’s where we stand with "The Buffett Apostle" today...
For all of his deals and success, right now is STILL the optimal time to get in before the huge moves I see coming down the road.
Before the stock is driven up by million-dollar infusions from institutions...
Total Returns of 3,194%
It might sound like a very simple concept — and it is.
But you still need to be able to pinpoint the stocks that are set to move.
I have a very special set of criteria I use to find these types of stocks, earnings being just one of them.
And because I look at things few other people even know about, these companies not only go up, but a surprising portion of them get bought out entirely.
Over and over again, I’ve found stocks that go on to be acquired out from under me for a healthy profit.
Like when National Healthcare announced it had been acquired and paid out $3,800 on every $10,000 invested... or when American Greetings was taken private and it had to pay me for my shares... or when Pride International and Ceradyne got acquired.
In fact, let me show you some cold, hard numbers that’ll give you a better idea of how well my market approach has worked...
- I’ve gone on runs where I’ve picked as many as 36 stocks in a ROW that have gone up 50% or more.
- Roughly 8 out of 10 stocks I’ve found using my investing method have made money — usually 50% or more.
- I’ve gone as long as TWO ENTIRE YEARS of active investing without a single losing position.
- In total, my strategy has generated massive raw returns of 3,194%.
And it’s all because I buy the right stocks BEFORE the big money moves in.
But despite my run of success — one that I’ve never seen replicated — I decided to really put my system to the test...
So I hired one of the leading experts on quantitative analysis in the world today — an Ivy League PhD — to see if he could "break" my strategy...
I PAID an Ivy League PhD
to Prove Me Wrong
I instructed him to throw everything he had at me.
I wanted him to poke as many holes in my strategy as he could.
I wanted him to find every way or period of time or market condition where my approach would blow up in my face — or even underperform the market.
I PAID the man to do this.
Because I’m always trying to poke holes in my best ideas — if I can’t find a problem, then I find the smartest people I can to see if they can find one.
And he tried. He really did. He threw everything he could at my method and couldn’t break it.
He was, in his own words, "blown away" by the results he’d come up with.
According to his research, here’s what would have happened were you to have taken $1,000 and used my strategy since 1965...
- If you’d targeted small caps, you’d have made 923% MORE than if you’d invested in the S&P 500.
- If you’d targeted large caps, you’d have made 1,038% MORE than if you’d invested in the S&P 500.
- If you’d targeted mid-cap stocks using my method, you’d have made 1,822% MORE than investing in the S&P 500 during the same period.
Now do you see why the Ivy Leaguer was dumbfounded?
That’s a difference between turning your $1,000 into $63,000 in the S&P and turning that same $1,000 into over $1.2 MILLION.
It’s enough to have turned every dollar into $18 MORE than you’d have gotten with the S&P over the same time period.
And it works no matter what size stocks you target.
Even if you’d gone for small caps, you’d have STILL made nine times more money using my strategy.
Now THAT is how you make money...
And I’ve targeted "The Buffett Apostle" using the very same time-tested techniques I’ve been using to pull in the crazy profits I’ve been showing you.
I’m not throwing darts here like some folks do...
Too often, I hear about some goofball who’s only been to Wall Street as a tourist... or hides behind his office desk, claiming to be some kind of genius investor.
Like how some options trading "guru" cherry-picks the high and low of the day... and then boasts about how much money he’s made instead of showing you the actual times he issued his alerts.
Or the "gurus" who say they’ve called every major market move since the stock market was invented.
Of course, they can always go back and find a "perfect prediction." But that doesn’t mean they actually knew when it was coming.
In other words, you might think you’re getting the advice of a pro trader, but what you’re really getting is a service touting returns that are impossible for you to match.
Really, the amount of B.S. published on a daily basis about investing would be a joke if it weren’t so shameful.
Is it any wonder that so many do-it-yourself investors and traders never actually make any real money?
"I’m sorry to say it, but the Internet stinks
with 'wannabe' investment gurus."
If I were given the choice, I’d almost rather take investing recommendations from the janitor at Goldman Sachs than most of these other guys.
At least there’s a chance the janitor has heard something real.
But seriously, I’ve come up with a way to help.
Maybe you’ll like it, maybe you won’t.
I’m going to show you my entire portfolio, explain how I find and buy stocks, and show you exactly how I get out before the big money and take my profits.
When I was managing money for big firms like Goldman Sachs, the only clients I took were accredited investors.
That means you had to have $1 million in assets and at least $200,000 in annual income.
That was just to be allowed to walk in my door.
That’s a big barrier for most do-it-yourself investors, just to get help from an actual pro.
The good news is you no longer need a million bucks to learn my strategy.
Let me explain...
"The most successful people spend a lot
of time helping other people out"
Paul Tudor Jones is famous because he’s a great trader, but what most people don’t know about him is that he gives huge amounts of money away to help others.
Jones is the founder of the Robin Hood Foundation, which attempts to alleviate problems caused by poverty in New York City.
The original top hedge fund guru, Michael Steinhardt, has given away hundreds of millions of dollars to causes close to his heart.
"Ace" Greenberg was famous for his acts of kindness...
When a 22-year-old employee and father of two was killed in a car accident just two weeks after moving his family into a new home, "Ace" didn’t think twice.
He reached out to the rest of his firm for donations to help the family.
"Ace" donated $150,000 of his own money to help resolve the remainder of the mortgage the widow had been left with.
Ever since I was a teenager, I’ve been involved in charitable organizations.
The reason for my involvement is because my parents drilled into me that you always, always have to give back.
When I was part of a group that launched a nonprofit organization to help families deal with drug and alcohol problems, the people who stood right up and wanted to get involved were billionaire real estate investors, entrepreneurs, and men whose careers epitomize success.
The one common denominator, though, is that most successful people are more likely to give you a hand UP instead of a hand OUT.
They’re willing to help you, but only if you show you are willing to work at being successful yourself.
And that’s what I’m going to do today.
Here’s the deal:
If you invest your money yourself, then I can give you the stocks I’m picking — the buys designed to get in front of institutional investors and the sells designed to take profits before they dump a stock — without crossing the line with the SEC.
Because you buy your own stocks, and I don’t give you personally tailored investment advice, I’m considered a publisher of information and not your money manager.
So let me invite you to my Inevitable Wealth Portfolio.
In this breakthrough new program, you’re going to get the very best I have to offer.
You’ll get ALL the benefits my wealthiest fund clients would get... but with one giant added bonus: I’ll explain to you why I’m buying or selling.
You’ll get a world-class education in how to buy stocks before the big money.
The best part is, this information has NEVER been released to Angel Publishing readers like this before...
Today, you’re part of the charter group that’ll have access to my full strategy... not to mention the company currently under control of "The Buffett Apostle" — the company that could pay you "109 times your money over the next decade."
Let me explain...
"Eat what you kill..."
Normally a rich client would give me money. I’d manage their account, and they’d pay the standard "2 & 20" — a 2% fee for assets under management AND 20% of the profits.
Since I had a $1 million minimum, that meant the LEAST they would pay me in a year was $20,000 for the very same expertise I’m going to share with you today.
Thing is, you’re not an actual client. So you get to keep 100% of the profits...
Plus, you get the hands-on investment experience as I explain IN FULL exactly what I’m doing and why.
In no time, you’ll develop the reasoning, skills, and experience after seeing the full analysis of why we buy, what we buy, and why we sell.
And it won’t cost you a $20,000-a-year minimum like Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs were happy to pay me each year.
If you choose to become a charter member of the Inevitable Wealth Portfolio, you and I will invest side by side.
It’s like you pulling up a chair, sitting next to me, and having me explain how we’re going to find stocks to buy before the big institutions move into the game.
We’ll ride Wall Street’s "elephants" for all they’re worth.
We’ll get into stocks perfectly positioned for buyouts, and we’ll buy stocks when they’re ripe for the picking (at low prices that look to skyrocket).
Together we’ll ride the profits when mutual funds, hedge funds, and banks shift huge pools of cash into the stock we’re holding, and we’ll get out before they even know what happened.
This isn’t limited to "The Buffett Apostle," either...
While this company could pay you 109 times your money over the next decade, there are plenty of other plays out there that could help you bank considerable gains as well...
And I make it my business to find them.
For instance, a little while ago I targeted Corning as an immediate buy. It tripped all my triggers, and I knew it was going to go up... the only two questions I had were how much and how fast?
Here’s what happened...
Over just three months, the stock shot up by 53%.
Why? Because institutional investors took notice and jumped in... driving the price up for those of us that got in before they did.
Coach — the famous purse company — is another example...
As you can see, Coach jumped by 59%.
But those gains were only possible if you got in — like I did — before the institutional buyers went crazy and started scooping up shares.
Then there was Carnival, the cruise company.
This one took about a month longer, but Carnival paid out profits all the same.
This time it was gains of 51% that came rolling in.
The crazy part is that all three of these stocks were bought on the same day.
How many times do you make three moves in a single day that pay out cumulative gains of more than 150%?
In other words, we should make A LOT of money together.
Remember, today’s opportunity gives you the shot at "The Next Berkshire Hathaway" — the chance to stockpile shares of a company that could make you a millionaire in the coming years.
In fact, I’ve drawn up a special report on just how we’re going to do it. It’s called, "Round 2: How to Become the Next 'Berkshire' Millionaire."
And when you join me, you’ll get far more than you’re probably even expecting...
"I think you’ll be surprised..."
Once you become a charter member of my Inevitable Wealth Portfolio, you’ll get...
- Special Report: "Round 2: How to Become the Next 'Berkshire' Millionaire" — This report details everything you need to know about the "Buffett Apostle" and why he could lead you to millionaire land.
- My Full Inevitable Wealth Portfolio — The stocks you need to have in hand to cash in. I’ll let you know exactly what’s going on and what we’re doing every step of the way.
- Buy and Sell Instructions — You’ll always know when we’re taking a position or selling. Remember, we’re getting in BEFORE the big money strikes and drives the price up. Then we’ll get out before they do to capture the biggest gains possible.
- Analysis and Explanation — You should never wonder why I’m recommending what I am. So I make sure you get a full rundown of my reasoning and why I’m telling you to take a certain position in the market.
- Customer Service — Should you have any questions at all, you can contact our full-care customer service department, and they’ll help you right away.
Of course, I’m sure you’re probably wondering how much money it’s going to take for you to make my approach work for you.
Obviously, the more the better.
But the great thing about this approach is you can start small if you want to. Remember, I’ve delivered 36 winners in a row, so you’re looking to make money no matter what here.
You don’t need $100,000... or even $50,000. But keep in mind you’re not going to get very far starting with just $500 or $1,000, either.
I’m not trying to discourage you here. I’m simply being honest.
I’m not going to sell you on the dream that you’ll make 10,000% in a year’s time and walk away with a boatload of cash. That simply doesn’t happen.
So I’d say if you have more than $5,000, you’re well on your way... especially as you start making money and have more to put in.
And it doesn’t take much time out of your day, either.
My strategy is almost too easy compared to the size of the returns you could pull in.
So you won’t be stuck in front of a computer screen all day, and you won’t have to trade stocks on an hourly — or even daily — basis.
You don’t need to check your email every day, and you don’t need to sit there waiting for alerts from me.
You can go about your daily life and still make higher returns than most traders who are glued to their screens.
So let’s get down to brass tacks here...
How much does a charter membership to my Inevitable Wealth Portfolio cost?
"It won’t cost you $20,000..."
Like I’ve said before, folks happily paid $20k per year for me to manage their money.
So friends of mine think I should charge in the tens of thousands for a service like this.
After all, the fund industry spends billions on research and analysis.
And I know for a fact at least one manager of a multibillion-dollar fund is a member of the Inevitable Wealth Portfolio.
But I decided against charging a crazy amount of money.
As I mentioned, I’ve looked around the industry and seen so much nonsense being published that it makes me sick.
It’s shocking how much B.S. there is out there.
So I’ve priced a charter membership to the Inevitable Wealth Portfolio BELOW what I see many of those so-called trading and investing gurus charge.
Many charge $5,000 — or even more — for what is essentially an impossible-to-follow system that’ll end up losing you money.
You deserve better than that... so I’ve set the membership cost of my Inevitable Wealth Portfolio at $1,499.
That’s 70% less than some others charge, and no matter what happens, this price is the highest price you’ll EVER pay for access to my service.
But remember, this is the charter membership price. Because you’re one of the first to receive this information, I’m giving you the best bare-bones price I can. But it won’t stay that way for long.
Once the charter membership period is over, the price will almost certainly go up... and it won’t be cheap, either. I see the bar being set at $2,499 in the near future... so $1,499 today is an absolute steal for you.
And it’s all because you’ll be part of the first group of Angel Publishing readers to gain access to my previously off-limits Inevitable Wealth Portfolio.
Not only that, but you won’t have to pay a percentage of your profits to me like my clients used to. You get to eat what you kill... 100% of it.
And on top of that, I’m giving you 60 full days to check out what I have to offer.
That’s two full months of access to the Inevitable Wealth Portfolio with no obligation and no risk.
If at the end of that period you’re not thrilled, simply let me know, and I’ll refund 100% of your membership fee right away.
To me, this is a no-brainer.
At this point, the ball is in your court... I can’t do anything else to make this an easy decision for you.
At the very least, why not join the service and see behind the veil?
Click below to sign up today...
Investment Director, Inevitable Wealth Portfolio
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