Chris’ note: One of our missions at the Dispatch is to clue you in on strategies that can grow your wealth… that Wall Street doesn’t want you to know about.
And there’s no one better to fill you in than my friend and colleague, Teeka Tiwari. Teeka spent years on Wall Street, eventually becoming a vice president at investment banking firm Shearson Lehman and later launching his own hedge fund.
But recently, he’s devoted his time to helping average investors who are just trying to grow their nest egg and retire early.
And his latest idea can push you closer to that goal. Teeka will reveal all the details in a free special event next week on November 13. But he’s already tested it with his team… and the results are extraordinary.
Below, he explains how he discovered this method… and how it’s benefited him so far…
Save often, and save early…
Every financial advisor I’ve spoken to has raved about the virtues of this plan. As they say, “Just save diligently for 40 years, and you’ll be a millionaire.”
And while it’s not bad advice, how many people can really follow it?
You see, in all their fancy calculations, they don’t make allowances for emergencies that can violently interrupt your 40-year plan.
And even if you do manage to follow their plan to a T, guess what? You’ve created a nest egg just as you’ve crested the hill of good health. You’re likely too old to enjoy all the things you wanted to do while you were busy saving.
The only silver lining (if we can even call it that) is, you might just save up enough money to pay for any outrageous medical bills facing you in retirement.
I’m sure you’ve thought there has to be a better way to build wealth safely and quickly. Well, I’ve spent the last 30 years searching for a “holy grail” method to do exactly that.
And today, I’m sharing it with you…
My 30-Year “Grail” Quest
The only way to overcome the hurdle of having to wait 40 years for your nest egg to grow is to find a way to multiply your money repeatedly at a rapid rate.
But that’s risky. You can’t put a ton of money into investments with stratospheric potential because they also have the risk of going to zero.
So how do you put a decent-sized amount of cash to work that can grow quickly, but without catastrophic risk? And on top of that impossible request… how can you jigger it so you can pull out your principal after the first few investments and always be working with “house” money?
Well, I’ve been chasing this impossible list of investment criteria for 30 years. And over the decades, a handful of really smart people have figured out exactly how to do just that.
They’ve found an approach that supercharges the phenomenon of compound interest.
[Compounding is a simple strategy in which you put your money in an investment that pays interest. At the end of the year, you take that interest you’ve earned and reinvest it with your original stake.]
For instance, one group I discovered was able to turn a $10,000 investment into as much as $138 million over 30 years. Compare that to the S&P 500, which returned just $121,000 over the same period. So you can see this type of accelerated compound interest is worth finding out about.
There was just one problem: I could never find a way into these closely guarded funds. It didn’t even matter if I had tens of billions of dollars under management. Most of these groups limit their investors to a very close circle of people, like just their employees.
That’s why, for the last 30 years, I’ve kept my ear to the ground – looking for a group I could partner with…
Sometimes, It Is Rocket Science
I’ve kissed a lot of frogs over the last 30 years. Again and again, they just couldn’t replicate the success they claimed.
Now, I’d almost given up all hope until about two years ago. A group including a literal rocket scientist popped up on my radar. At the time, I was neck-deep in the crypto boom and couldn’t pay a lot of attention to it. So I had my team start digging into it.
Every few months, my team would reach out and say, “Teeka, you really need to check these guys out. They’re the real deal.” And each time, I’d tell my team to dig deeper. “No one outside of the very best hedge funds can post numbers like these,” I’d say.
To say I was skeptical was an understatement.
Yet finally, after a year and a half of vetting, I was so impressed by the group’s performance… I decided to pull money from some of my crypto investments and invest it in this “compounding machine.”
But there was a catch. I told my team that if this system was as good as they said it was, they should think about investing in it, too…
They did. And the results were outstanding.
Our testing showed profit potential of over $12,000 a month. That means a $25,000 account could essentially go risk-free after about two months (if you took your original capital off the table).
After removing your original capital, this net result is what I call “infinite compounding” – because none of your own money is at risk.
Now, let me be clear: This approach isn’t for everyone. But not because it’s difficult. It’s not. In fact, each trade took only about 12 seconds of “work.”
This isn’t for everyone because it uses an approach to trading that you probably have never used before. And while I can’t go into detail on it now, there’s a way you can find out more.
And I encourage you to join me as I share all the details for free during my special event. It’s research that’s been 30 years in the making. You’ll want to be there. So reserve your spot to attend right here.
Let the Game Come to You!
Editor, Palm Beach Daily