One of the things I love so much about angel investing is that it’s a whole new frontier for the everyday investor.

It used to be that only the richest and most influential people could invest in private equity. Not only did you need to be accredited, but you also needed deal flow – and back then, you couldn’t just Google it. You needed to know CEOs and investors personally.

That’s not the case anymore – and I’m so excited to be here to help guide you through the process of becoming a full-fledged angel investor.

Last week, we talked about a secret market, made up of 53 private exchanges. It’s so under-the-radar that most people have never heard of it… despite the fact that it hosts around 400,000 transactions every single day.

The truth is that only 110 vendors in the entire world even have access to this market. Sound familiar? Once again, we’re looking at a way of making money that seems to be reserved for a select few.

But not anymore. An old friend of mine is one of the few people with access to this market… and after a lot of thought, he decided he wants to break down that wall, too.

Yesterday, he hosted a free online event called the Take Back Your Wealth Summit. And he taught me something that turned my way of thinking about the stock market on his head.

Here’s what he said: “It may look like money is literally disappearing from the markets. It’s not! You’re just not seeing the entire stock market. There’s actually another side – a secret side.”

I have to admit I wasn’t sure at first. But his numbers just don’t lie. While the market has dropped more than 10,000 points recently, my buddy has generated impressive gains – I’m talking better than your average trader would pull in, even in normal market conditions.

And he has the hard data to back those gains up. In fact, he shared everything I needed to hear at the Summit. Luckily, he recorded the whole thing. You can catch a full rebroadcast by clicking here.

It might just blow your mind… I know it blew mine. Go check it out, and we’ll talk more about it soon.

Until next time,

Neil Patel