Stock Market Wealth
Become A Wealth Machine
Hook, Line, and Sinker: My BIGGEST Winner EVER!
Last year’s Ethereum trade, which Wealth Research Group published research on in March of 2017 at $12 a coin, was my personal largest percentage winner ever.
All told, when I sold at $768 for a 64-fold move, the total gain was 64,000%. I had to refresh the screen a number of times to make sure it wasn’t a mistake.
It was ridiculously good.
But dollar-wise, this isn’t the most significant one for me – not by a long shot, because my position was much smaller than what I risk with publicly-traded companies.
The biggest winner ever is reserved for a company that has a special place in my heart.
The reason is because it was the first time that my research led to massive wealth for other people as well. I’ve been investing since the age of 16, when I took three years of babysitting money and bought stocks for the first time only months after the Dotcom bubble burst.
In 2011, I began making my trades known to a number of wealthy individuals who were in my network under a profit sharing agreement. Making money for other people became my passion after that, and this specific trade inspired the formation of Wealth Research Group since I saw first-hand how powerful it is to share insights with others and build a financial fortress together.
This stock is expensive and overvalued today, but when I uncovered it back then, the writing was on the wall – it was cheap and on the verge of a breakout.
Take a look:
We started buying aggressively in October of 2011 in anticipation that the company would do the remarkable and begin exporting liquefied natural gas from U.S. soil and be the first to do it under a license.
In December, shares really started exploding after the announcement was official.
Every investor who positioned ahead of the formal news release made a bloody fortune, and so did we. I remember the day of the news as if it were yesterday since it showed me the power and satisfaction derived from sharing valuable data.
Between the 13 of us, we had north of $3M invested collectively.
Three years later, the stock was trading for $71 – our cost basis was $8.60.
Being the first business to receive government approval to export a commodity is a major achievement, and I’ve been searching for a similar set-up ever since.
Concentrating a commodity (such as gas) into a liquid is the key to profitability, but Cheniere Energy had other advantages, namely being first, because it allowed them to secure long-term contracts with clients and scale their operations FAST as competition became fierce.
I found my New Cheniere Energy opportunity, and it is even better than the original.
Not only is the industry it is part of the fastest growing in the world, but there are no exporters of this product anywhere in the world right now.
The cherry on top is that their manufacturing process is unique to them, so their brands can’t be copied easily!
I never thought that another trade like this could present itself once more.
Remember, in sectors that are highly regulated and under the scrutiny of the government, the largest profits come from companies who comply with every rule in the book. Not many are able to adhere to such high standards of quality or absorb the costs of compliance.
After looking over the few stocks that compete with this one, I can tell you that it trades for a 94.3% discount to the median of them!
This Sunday at 09:00AM CST, I will show you the full report on this business that can go parabolic and multiply in price many times over before it even reverts to the mean of its peers in terms of market cap.
This is huge.
Legal Notice: This work is based on SEC filings, current events, interviews, corporate press releases and what we’ve learned as financial journalists. It may contain errors and you shouldn’t make any investment decision based solely on what you read here. It’s your money and your responsibility. The information herein is not intended to be personal legal or investment advice and may not be appropriate or applicable for all readers. If personal advice is needed, the services of a qualified legal, investment or tax professional should be sought.