The Secret Silicon Valley Stock Exchange

silicon-valley-stock-exchangeYou may think that the Nasdaq is the most important market for technology stocks. It’s up nearly 9% this year, and trading near record levels. But you’d be mistaken…
Instead, a new market that I call the “Silicon Valley Stock Exchange” is rapidly emerging. It’s changing the way companies raise capital. And this little-known market is creating life-changing profits for a tiny group of investors.
Now, you’ve probably been closely following some of the biggest IPOs of the last year. GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO) is the company that makes wearable cameras. The company first attracted the attention of sports enthusiasts who loved using GoPro devices to record their surfing, skiing and skydiving adventures.
The stock went public in June 2014 at $24. And it now trades at nearly $64, giving IPO investors a 166% profit in less than 13 months.
Or consider Fitbit (NYSE: FIT), the maker of popular wearable fitness tracking devices. A few months after the Apple Watch hit the shelves, Fitbit capitalized on the popularity of the wearable tech sector.
The Fitbit IPO was priced at $20. Shares jumped 60% on its first day of trading, and have continued higher ever since. Today they’re trading at $46, giving IPO investors a 130% profit in just five weeks.
Click here to discover how to invest in the next GoPro or Fitbit before their IPO hands early investors 100%-plus profits.
Those big profits from GoPro and Fitbit sound pretty amazing, especially when you consider that the S&P 500 is up just 2.3% year-to-date. But it might surprise you to learn that those gains are tiny. You see, a small group of investors made 10-, 20- and even 100-fold returns on these same companies.
They accomplished this feat by investing in these same companies months and even years before they filed their IPO paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
How did they get invested?
These select investors participated in a largely unregulated, unpublicized and secret market that I like to call the Silicon Valley Stock Exchange.
Now, this isn’t a physical stock exchange like the NYSE or Nasdaq. There is no stock exchange floor, computerized trading or online brokerage firms.
Instead, the Silicon Valley Stock Exchange describes the private market for some of the most promising growth companies in America.
For every GoPro or Fitbit that’s gone public in the last year, there are at least 10 privately held companies that could go public. These companies are growing quickly and have already raised millions from private investors.
In fact, The Wall Street Journal reports that there are exactly 100 of these companies that are currently worth more than $1 billion. You’ve probably heard of some of the most popular ones, including Airbnb, Dropbox, Spotify and Uber.
I expect that many of these companies will go public in 2015 or 2016. When they do, investors will gobble their shares up. And I expect many to perform similarly to GoPro and Fitbit.
Only 300,000 individuals and 500 investment firms are investing in these types of companies today. That means the odds are pretty good that you’re not investing in the sector.
But I think that’s a mistake. The private market for promising tech companies is booming, and handing investors huge profit windfalls. Click here to find out how you can join this select group of investors … even if you aren’t rich or “connected.”
I’ve spent the last few months researching the most promising startups and studying the legal rules related to these private investments. Plus, I’ve uncovered three investments that allow any investor access to some of the most promising private tech companies.
I recently released the results of my research. It’s available in a brand new special report titled “Top 3 Pre-IPO Investments to Buy Today.”
This report reveals everything you need to know about this timely opportunity. And I’d like to get it into your hands ASAP. If you’re ready to learn more, just click here now.

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