For the past five years, I’ve been on a mission…

Big money and big deals happen all the time in the world of tech investing. I’m talking about companies that can be the “next Amazon.”

But so often these deals are reserved for the venture capitalists (VCs) and the insiders.

Typically, the everyday investor is left with scraps.

So, I’ve been on a mission to change that. And I believe I’ve done it.

I’ve uncovered a way for average investors to make venture capital-like returns from a group of overlooked technology stocks.

You see, these stocks have a preset “timer” attached to their share price. And once that “timer” hits zero, the share price can explode hundreds of percent in days or even hours.

I call them “timed stocks.”

Now, this is an investing strategy that very few people know about. For one, these stocks are just too small for the institutions to invest in. Plus, investors must wade through layers of government-mandated documentation to find these “timed stocks” and figure out when the timer will hit zero.

But pinpointing these “timed stocks” can be life changing. Let me show you what happened recently with just one “timed stock.”

Trading Sideways

On October 29, 2019, I sent a message to my readers. I told them to buy shares in a small company called Synthorx (THOR). Synthorx is an interesting company that specializes in treating cancer and autoimmune disorders. Its work is bleeding edge.

Now, you wouldn’t have heard about Synthorx by reading The Wall Street Journal or Bloomberg. There were hardly any Wall Street analysts covering the stock. And it’s not hard to see why. Look at the below chart…

As you can see, Synthorx traded sideways for most of 2019. Not very exciting. But I knew this stock was special. It was a “timed stock.” And I knew that when its “timer” hit zero, shares would soar.

And it didn’t take long…

“Hall of Fame” Trade

On the morning of December 9, 2019, Synthorx’s “timer” hit zero. Take a look for yourself…

And as a result, we closed out our position in THOR for a 432% gain. That’s enough to turn every $5,000 invested into $26,600… in less than two months.

And the response I got from readers was overwhelming:

Jeff, I was in the position for only 39 days. I chose early on to devote $6k to each and every position you suggested, so today’s action netted me $25,767. The timing couldn’t be any better, as I’ve been looking for a way to pay for some medical treatment not covered by insurance for my wife that will be right around $30k. I don’t know how to adequately express my gratitude.

Eric H.

Jeff, I turned $6,000 into $32,000 in 40 days. Thank you very much.

John P.

Jeff, thank you for the GREAT call on THOR! I sold my positions in the pre-market action this morning. That banked me a profit of $74,300 before breakfast!

Don B.

Jeff, great day waking up to the big move in THOR. Actually sold half of my holding of 800 shares when it doubled and closed out the other 400 [later on] for a net gain off of THOR of about $25,000. Thanks, and I am really excited about the future with this great start.

Edward W.

Obviously, seeing feedback like this is what makes the work of recommending “timed stocks” all worthwhile.

And here’s the important point…

Timed Stocks Summit

Synthorx is not the only “timed stock” on my radar. There are dozens of stocks just like it that can soar hundreds of percent in days or even hours.

That’s why I put together a very special training event last week. It’s called the “Timed Stocks Summit.”

Nearly 12,000 people attended my webinar. But if you missed out – don’t worry. I’m making it available again via replay for a short time.

During this replay, I’ll tell you precisely what “timed stocks” are, why so few people know about them, and how I’m able to predict when they will skyrocket.

If that sounds too incredible to believe, then I hope you will tune in to see the evidence for yourself. Once you see what I’ve uncovered, you’ll be well on your way to being a “timed stock” trader.

Remember, this special replay won’t be available for long. So click right here to watch it before it’s gone for good.


Jeff Brown
Chief Technology Analyst, Bonner & Partners