Super-Heated Stock Market is Pushing Americans to Try New Angel Investments
The stock market is now on the longest and best bull run ever in the history of America.
Stockholders are celebrating, but this brand new territory is causing some traders to rethink their portfolios for 2020.
Stocks seem to show no signs of slowing down in the election year, but the saying "what comes up, must come down" is weighing on some investors' minds.
And even without a crash in 2020, a dollar invested now in the typical ETF or mutual fund could have a worse return than a dollar invested elsewhere.
Now here's the catch: a flood of investor sentiment toward "safe" investments like bonds or gold could actually spark a stock market dip in itself.
So what's one to do if they think the stock market is overheated and wants to avoid "bear-ish" investments?
America's wealthy have been pouring money into a little-known investment method for decades, and it recently became legal for those of any net-worth to join in.
It involves small amounts of capital (start with as little as $50) and the potential payoff after a few years could net quadruple digit returns.
And unlike complicated options or bond trading, this method is easy to understand - and members say it's pretty fun to do.
If you'd like to find out more, watch this full presentation that Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec and Neil Patel filmed together from an exclusive yacht...
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