Neil here.

Today, I wanted to talk to you about something a little different.

Here at The Startup Investor, we tend to stick to one topic: angel investing. Twice a week, I try to come to you with a fresh new perspective on the latest headlines from Silicon Valley and beyond.

My goal, as always, is to ensure that you’re 100% prepared to take advantage of the biggest moneymaking trends in startup-land.

Angel investing helped me build my fortune. Now, I want to help you build yours – in any way I can.

That’s why I want to introduce you to my friend and colleague, Andrew Keene.

Andrew’s not an angel investor – but we have a lot more in common than you might think.

We both made our first million before age 30.

We both got tired of slaving away at dead-end jobs… and just when we were feeling ready to give up, we both discovered a little-known trick that changed everything.

For me, it was investing in early-stage startups.

For Andrew? It was something else entirely.

Before his life-changing idea “clicked,” Andrew was a clerk at the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He was making under $25,000 a year – not enough for a decent car, let alone an apartment near the city. It was barely enough to take a girl out for dinner.

But he was making money for the Wall Street bigwigs – hand over fist. He was a natural, and got promoted again and again.

But it didn’t last. Computers replaced the hustle and bustle of the trading pits, putting Andrew and the rest of his team out of a job.

That didn’t stop him. Far from it. Here’s why: Andrew learned from the best of the best on the trading floor. He knew exactly how to turn $1,000 into $50,000 – and this time, he was doing it for himself.

Pretty soon, he was banking over $200K a month – and working only four hours a week to boot.

Now, I may be an expert when it comes to angel investing. When Andrew has a question about private equity… he knows to come to me for answers.

But I simply can’t deny that Andrew’s got that special “star power” – that once-in-a-lifetime edge – when it comes to trading.

And next week, we’ll be coming to your inbox together for a first-of-its-kind event – one that connects the hidden world of private equity to the public markets in a way the world has never seen before.

Missing this one would be a huge mistake… so make absolutely sure that you open each and every email I send you next week.

Have a safe and happy weekend.

Until next time,

Neil Patel

Comments

5 responses to “Add This Game-Changing Investor to Your Contacts – It Could Change Your Life”

  1. Hi Neil, Ray Keller here. I’m looking forward to next week’s event with your friend , Keith. Hopefully my financial crisis will be over and I’ll be able to put your advice to good use. Talk soon. Sincerely Raymond Keller

  2. I’m Canadian residence, And I’m not getting all the good deals to invest in. Please let me know what I’m entitled for and how I can invest. I’m not very rich person, But I want to change my life. I have only $1000 to invest.

    As Neil promised in videos, everyone should have chance to make money from Angel Investor platform.

    Thanks
    Thanks

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