Invest in the Next Mania… Months Before it Happens
Have you ever sat on the sideline while a game-changing, once-in-a-generation, wealth-creating event unfolds right before your eyes?
If your answer is yes, don’t feel bad; these types of things happen to us all the time.
In fact, every year for my entire life there has been some investment theme that if I had just caught it a few months prior to reading about it on the front page of the paper, I could have made a bloody fortune.
Just in the past few years, we’ve seen this with Bitcoin, altcoins, the public blockchain stocks, medical cannabis companies, recreational ones, and public cannabis plays in the U.S. all going vertical and all making investors a fortune.
Until they didn’t.
Today, for example, cannabis is in a vicious bear market on the public sector side, which essentially affects investors more than any other trend.
The sector can’t get money – liquidity has completely dried up, and I expect this to continue through 2020.
Oversupply has crushed the growers and regulations have squeezed the market just as much as the lack of regulations since these businesses are paying attorneys to not only figure out what’s legal, but how to forge ahead without even knowing what’s legal.
I’m invested in many cannabis companies and they are all down.
So what’s next? Where is the next bubble?
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It could be the entire commodity sector, or maybe just the precious metals.
10 to 100 times your money can be made in a good commodity bull market, especially in the junior gold and silver stocks.
But how do you make 100 to 1,000 times your money, like the early investors into Bitcoin did… or cannabis and the Dotcom era?
It has to be through new value creation.
***It needs to be an idea or the creation of a product that NO one is talking about right now.***
If you want to buy Bitcoin at $1 and sell it for $19,000, you would have had to buy it when no one had ever spoken to you about it before.
It would have been something that either stumbled into your world or was birthed in your area of expertise so you ended up being one of the first to preview it.
So how do we buy the next Bitcoin?
We start by looking at the biggest trends heading into the 2020 decade.
Tomorrow morning I’ll share what I see as the next bubble, something where we can put a tiny amount of money in and potentially walk away with millions.
To be clear, this is high-risk speculation, and anyone who follows me into this trade could lose all of their money. This isn’t like buying Disney or a single-family house and it’s not a gold coin – it has nothing to do with anything we’re familiar with.
In fact, I’ll bet you haven’t ever given tomorrow’s investment idea a single thought!
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