Are you looking for a straightforward, profitable strategy for IPO investing?
That’s precisely what I’m revealing in the video above.
But for those who prefer to read, I’ve laid it all out here as well.
It starts with a story…
Back in late 2021, I was at the school for my kid’s fall festival. Some other dads and I started chatting.
One of them was VERY excited about an IPO. (That’s an initial public offering, when a company first sells equity shares to the public.)
This dad was a real estate guy. He was a smart dude – but not a professional market speculator.
And, he loved trucks… and his broker had talked him into getting an allocation of the Rivian IPO.
Now, Rivian makes an impressive product. And if they execute on their strategy, there is potential for growth.
But at the time, it was ridiculously overvalued.
And while the stock market was still hot, it was showing signs of cooling down.
Rivian debuted on the Nasdaq with a valuation of $77 billion.
The stock price soared to $177… for about a week…
Then it took a massive dump.
A year later, the stock had plummeted to less than $20 a share.
Here’s the thing…
I don’t want you to be an IPO bag holder.
On one hand, you have the allure of a stock that everyone wants to buy.
Your broker may even be pushing you to jump in — and he’ll pocket a nice fat commission if you do.
Then you have the sellers… the private equity funds and venture capitalists that want to get liquid…
And the employees who are waiting for their share lockups to expire so they can get paid.
It makes perfect sense, and I don’t blame them one bit.
If you’re a founder or a funder of a company, you deserve to cash out.
You created a ton of value in the market, and you deserve to be compensated.
But that doesn’t help everyday investors.
So what can we do? How can we find the best IPO opportunities in the market?
The Most Powerful IPO Investing Strategy I’ve Ever Seen
It comes back to the people on the inside of the company.
If you’ve been on the board of a company for a few years, and it goes public…
Odds are, you’re a seller of stock — because you want to get paid.
But what if the insiders are buying?
What if they see such an incredible deal on their stock — even after the IPO — that they’re willing to put tens of thousands of their own dollars into that stock?
That’s someone I want to listen to… because that is a rare occurrence.
When corporate insiders deviate from normal behavior, that is an investable signal.
I found a company recently that had an IPO a couple months ago…
And the insiders are buying.
Between a director and multiple board members, they bought almost $175,000 worth of stock.
What do they know that we don’t?
When this many insiders are buying with conviction, it signals only one thing:
They expect the stock price to go higher.
You don’t need any hot stock tips from your financial broker, or the talking heads on TV.
You can just follow the actions of these investors who know the company better than anyone else.
Using insider data to find IPO investment ideas is how you can find actionable, profitable opportunities.
And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
I’ve put together a free training that walks you through every step of this process, including everything you need to know like the signals to watch…
What to avoid…
And how to best follow these insiders to potentially huge stock gains.
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