It's no secret that there are often two sets of rules on Wall Street – one for the well-connected elite and one for the rest of us.
Try investing in a private company if you don't believe me.
You'll only be allowed to if your net worth (excluding your home) is over $1,000,000 or your family's annual income is over $300,000. If not, you'll just have to wait for the IPO along with everyone else.
But that's only one well-known disparity on Wall Street.
You probably get the sense the truly elite know every loophole and trick in the book to pad their pockets and keep more of their money.
We don't think that's fair.
We work for regular folks like you. Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald has leveraged his 37 years in global markets to find every potential moneymaking trick he can and give it right to you.
In fact, he's written the book on it…
The Book of Crazy Big Income Shows You How You Can Quadruple Your Income
By following Keith's strategies, you could add $47,208 to your income.
Consider this. Thanks to Public Law 3606, you can collect "rent" checks for as much as $667 every month for the rest of your life.
This law allows anyone to benefit from a little-known private real estate firm that has paid out over $100 million over the last five years.
This used to be reserved for accredited investors only, but now anyone can take advantage of it. You just have to know about it.
That could add $8,004 a year to your income.
But it gets even better.
You can actually "loan" money to U-Haul to help them buy property and equipment. In return, they can reward you handsomely with as much as $1,267 per month.
This isn't the dividend from the stock either.
AMERCO (NASDAQ: UHAL) pays no dividend whatsoever.
This is a strategy a well-connected investor like Keith has uncovered, and you won't hear about it on the news or from your broker either.
But Keith isn't stopping with that $15,204 potential.
He's also found a backdoor way to earn income from Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A). Here's the catch: You don't have to own a single share of Berkshire stock. In fact, it pays no dividend.
But the wealthy already know Berkshire offers a special "savings account" that pays up to seven times what you could get from a traditional savings account.
There's no expiration on this either. It's potential income for life. And it could add as much as $2,000 to your income every month.
All told, these tricks could add up to $47,208 a year to your income.
And that's not even the best part.
Keith has 58 more secrets for ramping up your potential income by double, triple, or even quadruple amounts.
And it could be yours for FREE.
All you have to do is click here to learn how to claim your copy.