Amazon (AMZN) Trading for $1.50!?

By Wayne Mulligan, on Thursday, October 20, 2022

Imagine being able to hop into a time machine and head back to 1996, the dawn of the Internet.

You’d be able to pick up Apple stock when it was trading at just $0.25 a share…

Or shares of Amazon when it was trading at just $1.50 a share. That would be good for a 75,667% gain — enough to turn a $100 investment into nearly $75,000!

Sounds like a dream come true, right?

Well, now you can stop imagining and make this scenario a reality.

You see, thanks to a new technology, now you can pick up shares in today’s hottest companies — at yesterday’s prices!

Read on to learn more…

The Problem with Investing in Startups

Matt and I founded Crowdability to help investors like you get into high-growth companies at their earliest stages.

In other words, while they’re still private startups.

However, there’s one big challenge all startup investors face:

Since you’re investing at such an early stage, how do you know which companies will go on to become the next Apple or the next Amazon…

And which ones will flame out and go to zero?

Wouldn’t it be great if you could invest in a private company after it’s begun to grow and scale — but before its share price started to surge?

Well, now you can…

Introducing: EquityBee

Recently, we discovered a service called EquityBee.

EquityBee gives investors like you the chance to get into today’s hottest and fastest growing startups…

But instead of paying today’s prices for your shares, you can go “back in time” and invest at much lower prices.

Let me explain…

How it Works

When a startup is just getting off the ground, one of its biggest challenges is recruiting top talent to join its team.

This is especially challenging because many of the folks a startup would like to recruit already have high-paying jobs at big tech companies like Apple, Amazon, or Google.

So, to lure them away, a startup offers them an ownership stake.

This way, if the startup becomes successful in the future and gets acquired or goes public, these early employees can cash out and earn a fortune.

For instance, it’s estimated that when Facebook acquired the photo-sharing startup Instagram for $1 billion, Instagram’s earliest employees walked away with more than $7 million each!

But what happens when a startup is growing and succeeding, but isn’t ready to sell or go IPO?

Employees could be waiting for their windfall for years.

And that’s where EquityBee comes in…

EquityBee to the Rescue!

EquityBee helps early employees turn their startup stakes into cash today.

The way it does that is simple: it allows investors like you to buy their shares.

But you won’t be buying shares at today’s prices…

Instead, you’d be buying them at yesterday’s price — the super-low price they were when the employee got them in the first place!

Two Potential Drawbacks… One Easy Solution

Currently, there are 79 startups you can invest in on EquityBee.

Some of them are already successful, and could realistically get acquired or IPO in the next couple of years.

If you’d like to check out the deals, click here and register as an investor today »

There are just two drawbacks to EquityBee:

  1. At the moment, only accredited investors can join. Meaning, you need to have a net worth of over $1 million, or earn more than $200,000 per year.
  2. To ensure this is a “win-win” for all, if you end up making a mint from a deal, you’ll share a small piece of your winnings with the early employee who sold their stake.

And by the way, if these drawbacks are slowing you down, not to worry:

We feature dozens of startup opportunities that everyone can invest in right here on the “Deals” page of Crowdability »

Happy investing.

Best Regards,



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