Dear Startup Investor,
Neil here. I’m on an important mission.
As we speak, there are hundreds of opportunities out there – many for buy-ins as low as $100 – and each one of them has the chance to turn a small stake into a life-changing fortune.
I founded this network two years ago to help you access those opportunities… to filter out all the noise and zero in on those with 1,000X potential.
And I can’t think of a better way to accomplish that than by reviewing a new opportunity with you every single week.
If you have just $100 to invest – per week, per month, or even per quarter – you’ll find these reviews especially helpful.
We’ll break down the good, the bad, and the ugly… so you can build out your portfolio faster and with more information than ever before.
Before we get into the first company, I’ll remind you:
You should always do your own due diligence. I’m not here to recommend these companies to you or tell you how to invest your hard-earned money.
Instead, I want to show you the things I look for when I’m vetting a deal, so you can make your own decision armed with as much knowledge as possible.
Ok – let’s get started.
Today, I want to talk about Jetoptera – a small startup operating in the $100 billion drone industry. But this isn’t like any other drone company you’ve heard of.
They’ve completely redesigned traditional drone mechanics, creating a “bladeless” vehicle that could use 50% less fuel than what’s currently on the market. Their prototype could one day carry people and cargo up to 200 mile distances… at 200 miles per hour.
Essentially, they’ve designed a clean and fast flying car. It’s quiet, efficient, and uses vertical take-off and landing mechanics for safe and easy “parking.”
CEO Andrei Tristan Evulet is an aerospace engineer with a 15-year career in tech R&D. Along with the rest of his team, he’s secured five different contracts from the United States government. They’ve also been awarded a whopping 42 patents (with another 158 pending) for their tech.
Right now, Jetoptera has a $125 million pre-money valuation. That means if it hit $1 billion in the future – unicorn status – we’d see this tiny company’s value grow by 700%.
That’s not out of the question, either. Top U.S. drone manufacturer Skydio just hit $1 billion in March 2021 – the first in the country to pass that milestone, and a signal of what’s to come for other drone companies.
It’s important to note that these are projections. That kind of valuation growth is not guaranteed – but it is a great indicator of why getting in on a company at the earliest stage possible is your best shot at the greatest upside possible.
Another company I’m eyeing, for example, is worth just $40 million right now. Its founders are confident that it could hit unicorn status just five years from now – a super-quick trajectory that could line its early investors’ pockets with life-changing wealth.
But based on what I’ve seen from this company myself – and from their interview with the legendary Daymond John – I have no trouble believing it’s possible.
Here’s why you need to know this right now:
For one more day, they’re offering exclusive access to their raise, meaning you can’t find this offering by searching for it on Google or on a crowdfunding platform.
It’s literally hidden, and only a select few people have access to it right now. You’ve made the cut.
Tomorrow, however, that changes. This company will need to open their doors to the general public at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, September 1 – and I wouldn’t be surprised if this raise closes in days… maybe even hours.
Get all the details on this one right away. Time is ticking, and while you’ll still be able to access this raise after tomorrow, we can’t guarantee there’ll be space for you on the cap table then.
Just click here to get more details now.
I’ll be back soon with another update.
Until next time,
How do we invest Jetoptera?
You can find information on Jetoptera on the company’s website, jetoptera.com.