One new pot stock Pre-IPO is like BUYING private Facebook shares in 2004! Click here for urgent details.
Back in 2002, Peter Thiel had “retired.”
He’d just taken his company – PayPal – public in a big IPO. And a few months later, eBay stepped in and bought the entire company for a cool $1.5 billion.
He personally walked away with $55 million . . . and started making small investments in promising entrepreneurs.
In August 2004, he met a young kid named Mark.
Mark had recently dropped out of Harvard . . . moved to Palo Alto . . . and was sleeping on a couch in a group house.
He was bootstrapping a new startup called “The Face Book.”
At the time – the young social network wasn’t a certain success. And Mark was looking for cash.
He was able to convince Peter Thiel to invest $500k for a 10% equity stake in his company – which became Facebook (NASDAQ: FB).
You probably know the rest of the story…
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook went public in 2012 . . . And Peter Thiel’s small $500k investment delivered a $1.1 BILLION profit windfall.
Today, Facebook is valued at $426 billion, making it one of the most valuable companies in the world.
Most people are never going to get opportunities like Peter Thiel.
But I’ve recently uncovered an amazing Pre-IPO situation – and I’d like to share it with you.
I’m personally going to invest $20k in this private Pre-IPO.
Because I’m convinced that legal marijuana is the biggest profit opportunity for the next 10+ years.
It’s going to be a $100 billion market in the U.S. Plus, it will be another $10 billion market in Canada.
That’s $110 BILLION.
Today, the industry is in its infancy. Literally, it’s the second inning of a nine-inning game.
That’s why I’m investing in promising and undiscovered stocks right now.
This new cannabis tech stock has patent-pending technology . . . and could become a leading beverage company.
In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Anheuser-Busch, Molson Coors or Heineken BUY OUT the entire company.
Before that happens . . .
You can BUY private PRE-IPO shares for less than $2.50.
Honestly, this is like turning back the clock to 2004 . . .
And picking up shares of Facebook before the company went public.