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The COVID-19 vaccines rightly get a lot of the credit for starting America down the road to recovery from the economic devastation and mass unemployment we suffered in 2020. And America's doctors and nurses get the credit for saving countless lives.
But the unsung heroes here - the ones who backed vaccine development, and who helped set America up for a remote, contactless business boom - are the entrepreneurs.
The record low unemployment we're currently seeing would never have been possible without them.
Moderna, Slack, Zoom, and Instacart. Google, Microsoft, and Amazon - all these companies played a huge role in getting us through the crisis, and all of them were started, in their humble beginnings (often literally in garages), by visionary entrepreneurs.
Of course, those entrepreneurs weren't in it alone. They were backed by angel investors who literally bought into their respective visions. Without their help, this entrepreneurial wave might never have happened; tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of jobs would never have been possible, let alone filled. Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, for instance, are all worth more than $1 trillion, and together employ nearly 2 million people.
And the best part, for us, is that it wasn't just the rich venture capitalists backing these ventures. Thanks to the JOBS Act, for the first time ever, regular investors have the opportunity to get in on the "ground floor" and invest in startups like the ones that helped save America.
It's true: Angel investors don't need to be millionaires anymore. But they can sure become millionaires.
Daymond John (the "People's Shark" of Shark Tank fame and founder of the $6 billion FUBU fashion empire) is on a mission to help would-be angel investors acquire the chops to confidently back the next generation of startups - and take their own shot at life-changing wealth.
Daymond knows how these startups can create wealth for regular investors, but he also knows how important this is for America - and how many new jobs could be created by the next wave of startups.
And Daymond's mission is a bold one, make no mistake: That wealth is out there for the taking. For example, Palantir, the "Big Data" analytics company, was worth around $69.9 billion at its height. Angel investors who backed the company when it was worth $5 million would have realized peak returns of 1,397,900%.
(Incidentally, that's exactly what one of our experts did. And he, along with Daymond John, Buck Jordan, Neil Patel, and more than 100 other expert "angels," are here to help you get a chance at that kind of return.)
Daymond's been around the block a few times; he has the savvy to recognize, like we do, that "America's Comeback" is just getting started. He knows that times like this can mint millions for folks with the vision and courage to go out and claim their share.
Join him, and you get the chance to know what he knows about backing these kinds of startups. You'd have the chance to access the highest quality deal flow there is. These are deals that have been scrutinized to the fullest extent and received the stamp of approval of Daymond and some of the top angel investors in the world. I'm talking about a constantly updated list of investment opportunities that have passed our "1,000x" formula and could generate lifetime wealth.