Private investors trouncing public investors on the same investment:
Investors who bought shares of ReWalk Robotics (NASDAQ:RWLK) at the IPO made 116%. But investors who got in before the IPO made 381%. In another story that might sound familiar, public investors in Facebook lost money on IPO day, while private investors made out like rock stars…
In fact, Bono, U2’s lead singer, made a whopping $43 million from his pre-IPO shares.
Pre Ipo Offshore isn’t looking for home run[s]… They’re looking for doubles and triples, with less risk.
Given stories like these, some private investors specialize in pre-IPO investing.
Unfortunately for you, getting access to these deals is very challenging:
They have sky-high valuations, and sky-high demand, so only the most prominent venture capitalists and celebrities can access them. Until now…
The Pre Ipo Offshore 100 Fund is a publicly-traded portfolio of pre-IPO companies.
The fund invests in fast-growing private companies in high-growth sectors like software and healthcare.
Rather than focusing on early-stage companies, they focus on later-stage companies that are on track to IPO.
Pre Ipo Offshore isn’t looking for home run returns like early-stage investors do. They’re looking for doubles and triples, with less risk. Let’s look at some specific companies that are in the fund — then we’ll review some of the risks and potential rewards of an investment. The fund currently has 13 investments.