I love capitalism…

It allowed a 16-year-old kid from England – who arrived in the U.S. with only $150 in his pockets and zero connections – to become a self-made multimillionaire.

American capitalism made that happen.

So, you might be surprised that I’m writing today about an investment trend that’s big in more progressive circles: something called “ESG.”

If you haven’t heard of ESG, it stands for environmental, social, and corporate governance. And I will tell you this: It is, by far, the market’s hottest sector.

Now, whatever you think about ESG investing, I want you to leave those preconceived notions behind. If you’re a longtime reader, you know I wouldn’t put this idea on your radar unless there was the potential for life-changing gains.

And right now, there’s more money than opportunities in the ESG space.

According to multinational investment bank Cowen, $1 out of every $4 allocated by active fund managers flows to ESG-compliant deals. This shows you how much traction this theme has.

In fact, there’s an overabundance of cash moving into these ideas… which is blowing up the price of ESG-compliant stocks.

Just like when I predicted we’d see a tsunami of institutional capital coming into crypto – we’re about to see a tidal wave of Wall Street money come into the ESG space.

It’ll be like trying to fit an elephant through a mousehole… the wall is going to break.

And that’s exactly what’s about to happen in the ESG space…

The Coming Green Rush

As I mentioned above, ESG stands for environmental, social, and corporate governance… And as I’ll show you, it’s one of the hottest sectors of the market.

ESG investors measure how well investments or companies perform in three categories.

Environmental factors look at the conservation of the natural world… Social factors examine the treatment of people both inside and outside the company… And governance factors consider how a company is run.

Below is an example of some of the issues across each category.

  • Environment: Carbon emissions, pollution, green energy initiatives, waste management, and water usage.

  • Social: Employee gender and racial diversity, data security and customer privacy, customer satisfaction, sexual harassment policies, human rights practices, and fair labor practices.

  • Governance: Political contributions, executive pay, internal corruption, and lobbying.

ESG investments could become a $1 trillion sector by 2030, according to Armando Senra, investment giant BlackRock’s head of iShares Americas.

“We’re just at the very beginning of what could be a decade-long growth story,” Senra told CNBC in an interview.

And this year, ESG funds are on track for a record year of inflows. They’re tracking $3 billion in inflows every day. This means $300 billion is pouring into this market every 100 days.

But there’s a problem: There aren’t enough new ESG companies going public to absorb this geyser of capital. And it’s creating explosive opportunities in the ESG space.

One example is Swiss running shoe company ON (ONON), which is committed to creating environmentally sustainable athletic apparel… limiting the greenhouse gases its factories produce to combat climate change… and only working with suppliers who adhere to International Labor Organization standards.

ONON went public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on September 13. Pre-IPO investors who got in as low as 77 cents saw returns as high as 4,400% as shares rocketed as high as $35. That’s enough to turn every $1,000 into $45,000.

Another example is the lithium battery maker QuantumScape (QS). Its goal is to make battery production more environmentally friendly… And it partners with like-minded investors such as Bill Gates’ clean-energy fund, Breakthrough Energy.

QuantumScape debuted on the NYSE last November. Pre-IPO investors saw returns as high as 6,700% on IPO day. That’s enough to turn every $1,000 into $68,000.

No matter what you think about ESG investing, the “green rush” is a burgeoning megatrend. And you need to position yourself now to ride it to massive profits.

A Feeding Frenzy

If you want to make crypto-like gains in the stock market without waiting 30–40 years… there’s no better way than the pre-IPO market.

So imagine what happens if you find a pre-IPO company in the midst of the “green rush.” It’ll be like a barrel of TNT sitting on top of a case of nitroglycerin… The results will be explosive.

And that’s exactly what I’ve uncovered. It’s a rare opportunity for you to invest in what will be our first-ever ESG-compliant pre-IPO deal.

The man behind this deal is one of the most successful venture capitalists of our generation. Insiders compare him to Elon Musk and Richard Branson. And his previous 11 deals have built his billion-dollar fortune.

And the private company he’s backing now – his 12th deal – is embracing the ESG model.

Out of fairness to my paying subscribers, I can’t name the company or reveal too many details about the deal…

But it’s operating in the Amazon basin, and it’s addressing the concerns of indigenous and local communities by aligning its corporate goals with their interests. I know that sounds like namby-pamby liberal talk.

I get it.

Friends, let me tell you this: I will never, ever bring you an idea just based on its “wokeness.” What I care about is making you as much money as I possibly can. That’s why I am telling you these ESG-compliant deals are investments you need to consider.

They are blowing up in value, and right now, the only people reaping those benefits are insiders and Wall Street fat cat bankers.

The company I am referring to ticks every ESG box that matters. And it’s now moving full speed ahead for a potential listing on the NYSE.

That’s right. I’m talking the Big Board.

And what happens when an ESG-compliant pre-IPO company hits the NYSE?

It’ll be like a fat kid eating cake… His face smeared with crumbs and frosting. That’s the type of feeding frenzy we’re about to see.

Friends, Wall Street has an imperative to get more ESG-compliant ideas into their funds. But only about 10 a quarter are going public. That’s not enough because $300 billion is looking for an “ESG” home every 100 days.

Do the math, and you can see why ESG deals are blowing up in price.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to invest in a pre-IPO ESG-compliant deal. These types of deals don’t come every day. And they don’t last long…

That’s why on Wednesday night, I held an all-hands-on-deck emergency briefing about this pre-IPO deal. And for a limited time, my publisher is replaying it for free.

But if you want in on this deal, you must act fast.

The last time I recommended a pre-IPO deal during an urgent briefing like this, it filled up out in less than 12 hours. So I can’t guarantee it’ll still be open by the time you watch the replay. That’s why I urge you to watch it now.

By law, space in deal No. 12 is strictly limited… it’s only available on a first-come, first-served basis. Once it’s closed, it’s closed for good. So act now.

Let the Game Come to You!

Teeka Tiwari
Editor, Palm Beach Daily