Do you wonder how much you’d have made if you’d invested in Microsoft or Amazon before they became household names?
If you had invested in Microsoft back in March 1986, a $1,000 investment would be worth as much as $810,620.
That’s an increase of 80,962%.
Or if you had gotten into Amazon at just the right moment … post books but pre-everything else … you could’ve made an increase of 134,000%. An investment of $1,000 in 1997 would be well over a million dollars.
The thing is, most people think it’s about getting in early, but actually getting in TOO early could cost you a fortune. The real key is knowing when is best to get in and when is best to get out.
Wall Street legend, Paul , says it’s all about timing … and when Paul speaks, people listen. His record speaks for itself.
He managed a hedge fund that was more than $5 billion and was ranked in the top 1% by Kiplinger. After joining that firm, the assets soared to $25 billion.
He won a prestigious competition, generating a 76% return on $50 million in one year – and that year was 2008, right in the middle of the economic crisis.
His advice has been sought after and featured on CNBC, Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV and more.
As of the most successful brokers on Wall Street, Paul’s developed a strategy that’s seemingly cracked the timing code.
It’s how he made 279% on Facebook, back when most investors were still asking how they were supposed to be profitable.
And how he made a nice, healthy 634% gain on Netflix, way back in May 2010 … before online streaming had taken off.
It can take hours of research and months of patience to pinpoint the right company at the right time. And even then, nothing is 100%.
However, Paul is honing in on a little-known tech stock he’s been watching for months. A small California-based chipmaker that has developed a new technology that could unlock an entirely new industry.
He’s done all the legwork and put it into a controversial video detailing what he thinks will be the No. 1 stock pick for 2019.
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