“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
As a lifelong learner, this is one of my favorite Benjamin Franklin quotes.
It also strikes a chord with me as a lifelong investor.
Ben’s widely known as a politician, statesman, and one of the founding fathers of America.
But what a lot of people miss is that he was a man of many talents and interests…
In fact, Dr. Franklin was America’s first financial guru.
In 1758, he wrote America’s first financial advice book, called “The Way to Wealth.”
If you think about it, that kind of makes him the founding father of our industry, too.
And with a net worth that in today’s money would be around $10.3 billion, it’s safe to say that he knew what he was talking about.
So, how can investment advice from over 250 years ago help you today?
Even though Franklin is long gone, his statement is still extremely relevant.
Where Franklin’s quote really pays off is investing in investment knowledge.
In this industry, the more you know about market conditions, indicators, and the companies that you plan to invest in, the more dangerous you are as an investor.
When it comes to stocks, options and all things investments, knowledge is quite literally power.
Franklin understood that at the founding.
His financial and political position made him a true insider.
As a retail investor, you probably don’t have world leaders and captains of industry on speed dial…
Or speed horse-and-carriage like Franklin did.
But that doesn’t mean that you can’t still trade like a corporate bigwig.
Fun fact: the term “bigwig” originates back to Franklin’s day when they still wore those ridiculous powdered wigs.
Listen, the fact is you don’t need to be in direct contact with these guys to profit like they do in the markets.
You only need access to their information.
And here at the Insider Report, we have insider information in spades.
By using a little-known SEC loophole, my team and I have a direct line to the trading activities of CEOs, CFOs, Presidents, and other company leaders.
If a CFO drops $2 million of their personal dollars on their company’s stock in anticipation of an upcoming product release, I know about it.
I take these priceless buy signals and send them to my members via email and text, so they have time to piggyback these trades and pull in potential triple digit profits.
… Just like the bigwigs.
Last month my members racked up a 537% gain in Invesco options using this info.
With those types of returns, I think Franklin’s quote still stands the test of time.
… And we’re just getting warmed up.
You can start taking advantage of this insider info as early as today.
Listen, I’ll be issuing new buy alerts very soon…
So I’ll leave you with one final Franklin quote:
“Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today.”