Neil here.

More millennials are trading these days than ever before, and it’s creating a massive market event that could be your best friend if you play it right.

Let me explain…

Bloomberg reports that more than half of millennial (and Gen Z) investors are trading more often during the COVID-19 era. Retail investors make up 20% of all equity trading, and they’re driving massive volumes of cash into the markets.

Learn How to Play the Millennial Trading Surge in Just 5 Days

On Thursday, April 15 at 1 p.m., America’s top trading expert wants to show you how to capture profits from some of the year’s biggest trading surges… before they even happen. It’s a one-of-a-kind event that’s going down in just five days, so click here to RSVP. You’ll be first in line to receive all of the updates and information you need leading up to the event.

We’ve seen it in just the last three or so months alone, with novice retail investors rushing to scoop shares of the “trendiest” stocks on the market. And accessing these types of market opportunities is easier than ever. Anyone can simply download Robinhood on their phones and get started right away.

The excitement to trade is there. The problem is that many of these traders have absolutely no idea what they’re doing. It’s costing them money… and lots of it.

Think back to the GameStop short squeeze. It was all the rage back in January, when an army of retail investors – spurred on by Reddit – banded together to drive up the price of the stock, with the goal of making a fortune and beating out the Wall Street hedge funds.

It worked, but only for a little while. GameStop peaked at close to $500 before falling just as fast. By the beginning of February, it had fallen to under $60 per share. As I write this, it’s worth almost $160 – a little higher, but still a far cry from where it was almost three months ago.

Some people made money, sure. But many people lost that money just as quickly when the stock price came tumbling down. I read about one trader, for example, who lost a whopping $13.6 million in one day after GME dropped by around 60%.

The lesson here is that you should always learn all you can about the markets and investing strategies before you dive in headfirst. That’s one of the main reasons I created Angels & Entrepreneurs in the first place.

I want you to not only have access to some of the best startup opportunities out there… I want you to learn the ins and outs of angel investing, so that you can make the best decisions possible for your money and your portfolio.

It’s all about confidence. When you know what you’re doing, you’ll be well equipped to succeed in the startup world.

This goes for the public markets as well as the private ones. As an angel investor looking to diversify your portfolio in the stock market, it’s important to have a well-oiled strategy in place that can help you profit, even when others don’t.

In just a few days, you can learn how to do just that. My friend and colleague Tom Gentile is going live with a first-of-its-kind event designed to show you how to profit off of the opportunities millennial traders have created in the markets this year.

You see, Tom’s always looking for the latest and greatest ways to make money. And he’s figured out a way to capture profits from massive market surges before they even take off – and get out before anyone else knows what happened.

It’s the latest way to learn how to make money from one of the biggest years the stock market has ever seen, and it’s all going down on Thursday, April 15 at 1 p.m.

Just click here to RSVP. You’ll be first in line for each and every event update, plus even more important information leading up to the big day. You don’t want to miss this one.

That’s all from me for now, but have a great rest of your weekend!

I’ll be back soon with another update.

Until next time,

Neil Patel