Get in Early on Something BIG With This Brand-New Market

|March 29, 2022

“Get in on something big early on… and ride it to the top.”

Those words were uttered to us when we were in our mid-20s. We can tell you exactly where they were said – on a dock, with a stream-chilled beer in hand, overlooking some of Alaska’s finest coastal vistas.

They’re wise words, we think you’ll agree. But they become a whole lot wiser when you learn not where they were said… but who said them.

They came to us from a fella with quite a history of getting in early.

He got in on Discovery, TripAdvisor, Lions Gate Entertainment and Sirius XM… and he bought a whole bunch of land at almost exactly the right time. Our old fishing pal John Malone just happens to be the nation’s largest landowner.

And, like us, in late 2020, he worried about the effects of all that stimulus.

“We’ve survived this [pandemic] because of enormous fiscal and monetary stimulus,” he said. “And I’ve got to believe this will lead to devaluation of currencies, that hard assets… will increase in value in currency terms.”

Like us, he, too, bought farmland. He, too, bought rental properties. And he, too, sees what printing and spending $5 trillion or so can do to an economy.

But it’s not what he’s doing right now that has our attention – at least not all of it.

It’s those words he uttered to us so long ago.

Get in on something big. And get in early.

Something Huge

You may have heard that Manward did something very big yesterday.

It’s huge… the first of its kind.

We launched our interview with Buck Sexton, the renowned radio and TV host known for being on the cusp of big new things.

In our conversation with him, we revealed not just a brand-new market opportunity… but a brand-new market.

We say this new idea has the chance to be 10 times larger than the $2 trillion crypto market, even though it’s only very loosely related to it. It simply shares one key piece of technology.

What’s bigger, though, is that this new idea lets us invest in things that were once off-limits in the public space.

Now we don’t have to buy shares of just companies like Google. Instead, we can invest in the technology behind them. No need to worry about the management team, all the tricks used to scheme the books or all the red tape that comes with being a big, oafish company.

Now we can put our money directly into the bones of these companies.

It’s incredible.

We told Buck all about it here.

It’s early… it’s big… and it’s new.

But there’s something even bigger. It’s what has us most excited.

The Millionaire’s Club

You see, on Monday, we opened the doors to Manward’s most ambitious project yet.

For a group that’s landed some of the biggest names in the business, taken on the FDA and built a movement involving some 200,000 people in just a few years… that’s saying something.

We just pulled the curtain back on Manward Executive.

It’s a brand-new – and extremely exclusive – level of membership.

Executive members will get unique research, a concierge line, proprietary research tools, invites to exclusive gatherings and – here’s the very best part – immediate and permanent access to everything we do… now… and in the future.

This is truly an opportunity to get in on something very big… very early.

We revealed it all to Buck Sexton, our honorary first Manward Executive member.

You can see what has us so excited here.

Andy Snyder
Andy Snyder|Founder

Andy Snyder is the founder of Manward Press, the nation’s premier source of unfiltered, unorthodox views on money and what it means for a free society. An American author, investor and serial entrepreneur, Andy cut his teeth at an esteemed financial firm with nearly $100 billion in assets under management. Andy and his ideas have been featured on Fox News, on countless radio stations, and in numerous print and online outlets. He’s been a keynote speaker and panelist at events all over the world, from four-star ballrooms to Capitol hearing rooms. Today, Andy’s dissident thoughts on life, liberty and investing can be found in his popular daily newsletter,  Manward Financial Digest.