Neil here.

Today, I wanted to talk to you about something a little different.

Here at The Startup Investor, we tend to stick to one topic: angel investing. Twice a week, I try to come to you with a fresh new perspective on the latest headlines from Silicon Valley and beyond.

My goal, as always, is to ensure that you’re 100% prepared to take advantage of the biggest moneymaking trends in startup-land.

Angel investing helped me build my fortune. Now, I want to help you build yours – in any way I can.

That’s why I want to introduce you to my friend and colleague, Andrew Keene.

Andrew’s not an angel investor – but we have a lot more in common than you might think.

We both made our first million before age 30.

We both got tired of slaving away at dead-end jobs… and just when we were feeling ready to give up, we both discovered a little-known trick that changed everything.

For me, it was investing in early-stage startups.

For Andrew? It was something else entirely.

Before his life-changing idea “clicked,” Andrew was a clerk at the Chicago Board Options Exchange. He was making under $25,000 a year – not enough for a decent car, let alone an apartment near the city. It was barely enough to take a girl out for dinner.

But he was making money for the Wall Street bigwigs – hand over fist. He was a natural, and got promoted again and again.

But it didn’t last. Computers replaced the hustle and bustle of the trading pits, putting Andrew and the rest of his team out of a job.

That didn’t stop him. Far from it. Here’s why: Andrew learned from the best of the best on the trading floor. He knew exactly how to turn $1,000 into $50,000 – and this time, he was doing it for himself.

Pretty soon, he was banking over $200K a month – and working only four hours a week to boot.

Now, I may be an expert when it comes to angel investing. When Andrew has a question about private equity… he knows to come to me for answers.

But I simply can’t deny that Andrew’s got that special “star power” – that once-in-a-lifetime edge – when it comes to trading.

And next week, we’ll be coming to your inbox together for a first-of-its-kind event – one that connects the hidden world of private equity to the public markets in a way the world has never seen before.

Missing this one would be a huge mistake… so make absolutely sure that you open each and every email I send you next week.

Have a safe and happy weekend.

Until next time,

Neil Patel