Billionaires like Jeff Bezos are scooping up shares of private companies – BEFORE they go public.
And in many cases, they’re paying pennies on the dollar.
Today, I’m ready to show you exactly HOW they do it. Plus, I’ll reveal exactly how YOU can use this same strategy with a brand-new electric vehicle battery Pre-IPO stock.
Jeff Bezos made most of his $185 billion fortune as the founder of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).
Yet Jess Bezos has quietly bought private “Pre-IPO shares” in +27 companies. And some of these investments are paying out huge profits.
Let me show you exactly how – by looking at Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB).
Airbnb just went public in an IPO. The company sold newly issued IPO shares at $68 – raising $3.5 billion in new capital.
Investors are super bullish on Airbnb shares. So, the market makers on the NASDAQ decided to open the stock for trading at $146 per share.
That’s a 115% jump from the IPO price!
Unfortunately, the Airbnb IPO was “oversubscribed.” That means there was far more demand to buy IPO shares than shares available.
The investment banks such as Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs decide WHO can buy IPO shares. And they make these shares available to top clients including hedge funds, pension funds and mutual funds.
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The banks do NOT let folks like us buy IPO shares.
Here’s the thing . . .
Guys like Jeff Bezos don’t get IPO shares from the Wall Street banks, either. Instead, he uses the billionaires’ Pre-IPO secret to buy shares before the stock goes public.
Back in 2011, Airbnb was still a startup and developing its business. And the company raised $114.9 million in a Series B financing.
That’s when Jeff Bezos bought Airbnb shares – along with actor Ashton Kutcher and four venture capital funds.
Airbnb’s valuation at the time was just $1.3 billion.
Nine years later Airbnb IPO’d and was valued at over $100 billion.
That’s a 759% increase!
This same secret is widely used by Wall Street billionaires. Plus, technology insiders including Microsoft founder Bill Gates and PayPal founder Peter Thiel love buying Pre-IPO stocks.
One brand new EV battery stock plans to IPO before Dec. 31.
The company just landed a contract to supply $210 million of these batteries. Plus, it’s negotiating deals that could be worth $2.4 billion.
Insiders have already invested over $120 million in this deal. Plus, Wall Street is now getting ready to close a Pre-IPO financing of at least $370 million.
Yours in Wealth,