How to Invest in the Next Google, Amazon, or Facebook for as Little as $50

In this report, you will learn:

• The secret to becoming a successful angel investor even if you have zero Silicon Valley connections

• What you must look for in a perfect startup company before you invest a single dollar

• One private deal recommendation that could put folks on the path toward a huge return right now


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This little-known startup has the potential to turn pocket change into massive gains.

Investing in private startup companies could be a huge opportunity…

But in the past, only an elite group of well-connected investors got a chance to make a fortune.

Did you know that former basketball player Shaquille O’Neal made a lot of money investing in pre-IPO Google in 1999?

Google went public in 2004… and within a decade, a $1 investment had turned into $15.

How about actor Ashton Kutcher?

He made an early investment in Airbnb in 2012 when the company had a $1.2 billion valuation…

Only a couple of years later in 2017, the company got a valuation of $31 billion.

And the singer Jay-Z?

He got a slice of Uber in 2011 that today is worth 200X more.

But there is good news for you…

Today, there are more opportunities than ever to make a potential fortune off what could be the next Google, Amazon, or Facebook – completely separate from the public stock markets…

And you don’t have to be a celebrity or a millionaire to get access.

The next wave of tech giants probably isn’t too far away… and could be kicking off right as we speak.

In this free report, you’ll get all the details including…

What angel investing is…

The top 10 characteristics that make up a perfect startup company…

How to start investing today…

Plus… one mega deal that has the potential to make folks a huge windfall in the years ahead.

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in this free report, you will discover: 

What angel investing is…

The 10 characteristics of a perfect startup company…

How to start investing today (you can get in the game with just $50)…

How it is possible to 1,000X your money investing in private startups…

Plus… one deal recommendation to get you started!

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About the author

Neil Patel is a New York Times best-selling author. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. Neil was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations.

He has helped Amazon, Microsoft, Airbnb, Google, Thomson Reuters, Viacom, NBC, Intuit, Zappos, American Greetings, General Motors, and Salesforce grow through marketing. Neil is a serial entrepreneur who today runs four companies on a global scale.

But Neil spends more time these days on the other side of the table – as an angel investor. That means he gets to be one of the first to put capital into young and promising companies.

Neil has made some unbelievable returns backing early-stage startups. Now he’s here to teach you to do the same.

He launched the Angels & Entrepreneurs Network to pull back the curtain on the world of “pre-IPO” investment because he believes everyone should have access to the same playing field – not just society’s high and mighty.

Neil Patel