Teeka’s Note: Today, I’m excited to introduce you to the newest member of my research team.

His name is Tim Collins, my new co-editor at Palm Beach Venture.

PBV is my private placement newsletter where we invest as little as $500 into select pre-IPO companies for a shot at 10x gains more.

Tim’s experience spans three decades in the public markets and a decade working on the private side of investment deals… and he has a deep Rolodex of industry contacts in the space.

With Tim on board, you can expect more exciting pre-IPO opportunities… and I look forward to him sharing his best ideas with you.

You can read more about Tim and his investment outlook and background below… along with info on accessing the top recommendations from Tim and my team as soon as today.

The only thing that remains constant is change.

Spend enough time in the markets, and you’ll quickly learn this to be true.

Opportunities change, too. It’s why I’m here writing you today.

I had an opportunity to join one of the best teams in the newsletter industry, and I couldn’t be more humbled to do so.

Speaking of markets and opportunities, investors have watched as a unique opportunity, available to few in the past, has gone mainstream.

It was one I spotted several years ago and dove into headfirst… buying social media giants Twitter (TWTR) and Meta Platforms (FB), then known as Facebook: on the private markets.

Of course, in 2010, I needed a hedge fund to access those opportunities. A person couldn’t simply login into a brokerage account or an open platform and scoop up shares… But a lot has changed in the last decade.

Today, we no longer need a hedge fund or millions of dollars to access those opportunities.

When Regulation A+ went into effect (more on that below), I immediately realized everyone would soon be able to do what I’d done in the early days of those tech giants.

That was a good thing… But I also knew the market would become flooded with companies seeking to raise capital this way.

Around that same time, I began working as a consultant for companies using Regulation A+ and crowdfunding to raise the funds needed for their organizations.

Working behind the closed boardroom doors, one-on-one with executives and venture capitalists, proved to be an invaluable experience.

But it became clear that investors may have little guidance from anyone on navigating those new opportunities, and companies could take advantage of that.

You see, a good offer needs to be fair for both the company and investor. Both sides should have the opportunity to succeed and profit.

And that’s what I aim to bring to you.

I use my knowledge of what happens behind those doors to identify which opportunities are full of promise… and which are simply full of it.

Because not every investment deal is a good one. You can only find the best ones if you understand what questions to ask and what info to focus upon.

I’ve spent years working as a financial advisor, hedge fund manager, financial writer, and consultant. And it’s all led up to this: A chance to identify the best opportunities for you…

But before I get to that idea, let me tell you what Daily editor Teeka Tiwari and I look for in private markets.

Not Every Deal Is Worth Your Money

An initial public offering (IPO) is when a company lists on a public exchange like Nasdaq or NYSE. So a pre-IPO company means a company is still private.

As I mentioned above, pre-IPO deals used to be limited to the rich and connected. You had to either be a millionaire or related to one to get in on these private deals.

But that all changed with the JOBS Act in 2012, which made it easier for smaller, early-stage companies to access capital.

The act included a provision allowing the general public (not just wealthy, accredited investors) to participate in these private deals.

[To be an accredited investor, you must have a net worth of at least $1 million or meet specific annual income limits.]

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) eventually enacted guidelines for companies to take advantage of this new law. And the provision went into effect in 2015.

This created Regulation A+ deals (called Reg A+) and Regulation CF deals (or Reg CF)… each able to raise up to $75 million or $5 million, respectively, from the public.

If companies follow the SEC’s guidelines, they can register their offerings and raise capital from the public… before they list on a public exchange like the NYSE.

While this is an exciting development for Main Street investors, it’s important to keep one critical thing in mind: Not all pre-IPO deals are worth your hard-earned investment dollars.

So, I look forward to using my decades of experience and proprietary analysis to bring you the best deals on the private markets.

And I’m proud to say Teeka and I have already found our first opportunity together…

One Deal Away From Financial Freedom

Until the JOBS Act, you simply couldn’t buy tech giants like Apple, Uber, and Tesla before they went public.

But now can invest right alongside rich investors – like Peter Thiel, Warren Buffett, and Mark Cuban – with as little as $100.

As Teeka says, “You could be one deal away from a lifetime of freedom,” thanks to these opportunities…

A chance to finally close the gap between the life you live and the life you want… by collecting 5, 10, or even 30 years of gains with just one pre-IPO deal.

That’s not hyperbole… Teeka’s early-stage recommendations have soared as high as 15,000%… 37,000%… even 151,000%.

And over the last six years, his 281% average annual returns have outperformed even the world’s greatest investors…

That’s 24-times more than Warren Buffett… 51-times more than the Dow… and 112-times more than the average investor.

It’s a rare, wealth-building opportunity unlike anything we’ve seen in over 20 years…

So if you’re looking to add fully vetted pre-IPOs to your portfolio, click here to learn more.

Teeka and I have some exciting recommendations in the works, and I look forward to helping you find the best private market investments.


Tim Collins
Analyst, Palm Beach Daily