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March 25, 2022

How You Can Invest in Startups (with Just $50)

by daymond john
star of shark tank and founder of fubu

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As legendary entrepreneur Daymond John knows, investing in startups can be one of the most lucrative opportunities out there.

For decades, startup investing was strictly reserved for those with wealth and connections like rich and powerful executives from Google or Facebook – or partners at a Silicon Valley top VC firm. But thanks to a powerful piece of congressional legislation, the walls have been knocked down.

Any person above the age of 18 is eligible to own a piece of these incredible startups and back the visionaries that run them. The best part is – you only need $50 to get started!

Step 1: Transfer $50 into Your Checking Account.

Unlike investing in blue-chip stocks – where buying just one share of companies like Amazon or Google costs you thousands of dollars – startup investing is possible with as little as $50. The best part is…

In most cases, your investment comes directly out of your checking account! To get started, just transfer $50… $100… $500… or however much you’d like into a checking account from any bank of your choice.

Step 2: Target a Startup in a Hot Market That Passes the "1,000X Formula."

Next, you’re going to want to find a startup to invest your $50 into. Whether you’re interested in automation, electric vehicles, 5G, blockchain, artificial intelligence, education technology, or even cannabis – there are thousands of startups for you to choose from! (Daymond John has already handpicked two of them that pass his “1,000X Formula.” View them here.) You’ll want to target a future-focused industry with billions – even trillions of dollars of upside potential.

Take Chime, the mobile banking app with over 12 million customers. Back in 2013, their first angel investors jumped in when the company was worth only $8 million. Just imagine riding the fastest-rising fintech startup in history to a $14.5 billion valuation. (That was a 181,150% rise for early investors!)

Or how about SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space transportation company that’s building rockets to Mars? SpaceX is a private company – you won’t find their stock on any exchange like the NYSE or Nasdaq. But if you participated in one of their first funding rounds back in 2002 – when the company was worth only $15 million  you could have watched SpaceX skyrocket to $74.3 billion (an increase of 493,233%).

All it takes is one startup to become a “unicorn” – that means it reaches a billion-dollar valuation – to change your life. Just choose a startup that excites you and that you’ve done your due diligence on, and then it’s on to step 3.

Step 3: Here's the Fun Part - Build Your Deal Flow!

Once you’ve got your $50 ready – and once you’ve identified what kind of startup you want to begin with the next step is the fun part!

Deal flow is what separates the winners from the wannabes in angel investing. You could have all the money in the world burning a hole in your pocket – but if you can’t get into the best deals, you won’t succeed. That’s why Daymond John is going to share his deal flow with you live at the America’s Comeback Summit. You’ll also receive all the details on two startups that pass his rigorous “1,000X Formula.”

Go here to get started!