Adam Baratta’s Great Devaluation Review: How To Profit from The Greatest Monetary Reset in History

The Great Devaluation is Adam Baratta’s FREE Webinar where Adam will reveal How To Profit from The Greatest Monetary Reset in History.

The Great Devaluation is Adam Baratta’s FREE Webinar where Adam will reveal How To Profit from The Greatest Monetary Reset in History.

 Something big is coming.

This single event will be financially devastating for 99% of Americans.

But the few who heed this warning have a chance to come out ahead.

My name is Adam Baratta.

I’m known as the #1 Financial Author in America.

The books I’ve written have topped the bestseller lists of the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Amazon.

Today, I’m writing to invite you to a free webinar where I will reveal how to profit from the greatest monetary reset in history.

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I hope you attend this urgent presentation because…

In 2018, I called the gold rally. Since then, gold has beaten the DOW by about 3-to-1. Those who listened have been enjoying the ride.

At the end of 2019, I called for an epic “Black Swan” event to take place.

Five weeks later, Covid-19 spread across the globe like a black plague.

Unprepared American households “lost $6.5 trillion”, according to Forbes.

But the few who followed my step-by-step instructions could have seen their money grow by 3 times… 5 times… even 7 times over.

During my free webinar, you’ll discover…

What to do now as The Great Devaluation creates new and massive wealth opportunities for those who are prepared.

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Fair Warning…

My events reach mass capacity every single time.

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Reserve your spot right now before they’re all gone.

Go here now to see if any spots are still available!

The Great Devaluation has already started. Now, it’s only a matter of time before the fallout begins. You will either get blindsided by the coming economic shocks. Or you could tap into some of the biggest opportunities the world has ever known. Make the right choice and attend this…


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Jeff Brown 4X Window: Jeff Brown’s Penny IPO System

Jeff Brown’s Penny IPO System allows his readers to sidestep overhyped and overvalued IPO stocks.Jeff will share the full story at his free event, Penny IPOs: The 4X Window. It kicks off this Wednesday, September 23, at 8 p.m. ET.

Jeff Brown’s Penny IPO System allows his readers to sidestep overhyped and overvalued IPO stocks.Jeff will share the full story at his free event, Penny IPOs: The 4X Window. It kicks off this Wednesday, September 23, at 8 p.m. ET.


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IPO stocks are grabbing the headlines

As regular readers will know by now, an IPO (initial public offering) is when a private company first lists its shares on a stock exchange.

The gains can be wild.

On their IPO days, stocks listing for the first time in 2020 have popped 140%… 197%… even 249%.

And so far this year, IPO stocks – as measured by the Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO) – have smashed the gains of U.S. stock market bellwether the S&P 500.

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With stocks of big data company Palantir (PLTR) and software company Asana (ASAN) going public this month, it’s tempting to pile in along with the crowd on IPO day to try to profit.

But here’s the thing…

A lot of the advice you’ll hear in the mainstream media about how to profit in the 2020 IPO boom will be nonsense.

Worse, it will be a surefire way to lose your shirt.

That’s why, today, I (Chris Lowe) want to highlight some of the pitfalls of investing in IPO stocks.

I’ll also reveal more about the alternative strategy our tech expert, Jeff Brown, has developed – what he calls “Penny IPOs.”

By investing in Penny IPOs instead of the overhyped IPOs you hear about on CNBC and Bloomberg, he says you can reduce your risk while amplifying your profits.

As Jeff will dive into this Wednesday in a free special presentation, this alternative strategy allows everyday investors to access early-stage tech stocks without buying pre-IPO shares or participating in extremely risky crowdfunding deals.

But why not just follow the crowd and put some cash to work in hyped-up IPOs right when companies go public?


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Take the hottest IPO of the year, Snowflake (SNOW)

Snowflake is a cloud-based data warehouse provider. In plain English, it allows its customers to upload, analyze, and share their data remotely.

According to Jeff, Snowflake has created bleeding-edge cloud technology. But the real source of the hype around its IPO was the backing of super investor Warren Buffett.

Buffett is widely seen as one of the greatest investors alive. His conglomerate, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK), has returned 20% annualized over the past 55 years. That’s roughly three times the returns of the S&P 500 over the same time.

And Berkshire bought hundreds of millions of dollars in Snowflake stock ahead of its IPO.

It was the first new issue Berkshire ever invested in. This generated a huge buzz among investors.

The original IPO price for SNOW shares was $75 to $85. But thanks to the Buffett-induced frenzy over its stock, the company ended up pricing its shares at $120 on IPO day – a 41% climb from the higher end of its original price range.

That made it the largest software IPO in history, with a valuation of $33 billion right out of the gate.


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But that was just the start of Snowflake’s IPO drama…

Here’s Jeff on what happened next…

SNOW opened at $245. That’s a bit more than double the IPO price of $120. There was no way for regular investors to pick up shares along the way from $120 and $245 a share.

The stock went as high as $295 a share. That’s 2.5 times the $120 initial offering price. And it closed at $254, resulting in a $71.4 billion valuation.

At $63 billion, Snowflake now has a higher market value than 80% of the companies in the S&P 500.

That’s roughly the same size as FedEx (FDX), which has a $62 billion market value. And it’s not far behind the world’s top investment bank, Goldman Sachs (GS), which has a market value of $66 billion.

That’s why Jeff urges caution…

As he’s been warning his readers, investing at these kinds of valuations could get you badly burned.

As he put it recently to readers of his Bleeding Edge e-letter…

Snowflake’s current fiscal year sales forecast is about $403 million. That puts its enterprise valuation [a good proxy for what the company is worth] at 177 times annual sales.

Put another way, SNOW’s valuation is equal to 177 years of revenue (not profits). And right now, the company is far from profitable… and nowhere near generating free cash flow.

In no world does this make any sense. I really like Snowflake’s technology. It is a bleeding-edge cloud-computing software company. I’d really like to recommend it to my readers… but I won’t. Investing at 177 times sales is a quick way to lose a lot of money.

Some would call this a bubble. I wouldn’t blame them. Insane valuations like this are a warning sign.

And there are other well-known examples. Folks who bought hyped-up rideshare companies Lyft (LYFT) and Uber (UBER) at their IPOs are in the red.

Lyft is down 63% since it went public in March 2019. Uber is down 13% since it went public two months later.


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Jeff Brown spent over five years developing his Penny IPO system

It allows his readers to sidestep overhyped and overvalued IPO stocks.

And it gets them in on some of the world’s most exciting new tech stocks at discounted prices.

First, Jeff avoids buying on a stock’s IPO day. He waits months before he recommends buying in. Second, he recommends only companies that have preset catalysts for higher prices.

Jeff will share the full story at his free event, Penny IPOs: The 4X Window. It kicks off this Wednesday, September 23, at 8 p.m. ET.

Go right here to reserve your seat.

And next time you hear CNBC hyping an IPO stock… do your homework before you invest. The more hyped a new issue is… the higher its valuation will be. And investing in overhyped, overvalued IPOs is a sure way to lose your shirt.