Three German brothers created one of the most controversial and lucrative market strategies in history:
Hated by big technocrats. Loved by a new class of 21st century millionaires...
Last October, we travelled to Berlin to investigate a new investing phenomenon.
Now, we’re breaking our silence to show how you too can invest in these secret ‘clone shares’, which are minting fortunes in emerging markets....
The investment strategy you’re about to discover has never been publicly talked about.
To unveil it, my researcher went to Berlin and visited the headquarters of one of the most hated tech companies in the world.
Right now, you won’t find any information about this type of share on the internet.
This isn’t ordinary investing.
It remains a dark investment domain...
A territory known and explored by only a few moguls of the investment world.
And they wish to keep it this way...
We do know a Russian oil tycoon, once the UK’s richest man, invested $400 million in the world’s finest clone share manufacturer.
I’m talking about who the UK’s national newspaper, The Independent, calls ‘the man behind the most lucrative trade ever made’.
In fact, the scale of this opportunity is so large that I dare to compare it with the unique chance Russian oil oligarchs had to make a fortune in the 1990s...
And that was in the aftermath of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, when they acquired state-owned oil companies that were being privatised by Mikhail Gorbachev.
But, as I will show you today, this time there is a way for the little guys to invest in clone shares too.
Yes, you can take advantage of the same strategy this mogul used to rack up fortunes.
That’s what we discovered in a recent meeting in Germany.
But don’t worry...
You won’t have to travel 14,235 kilometres to invest in clone shares.
You can do it right here in Australia.
However, I’m going to warn you...
If you randomly search for ‘clone shares’, you’re never going to find one.
They look just like any other share on the stock exchanges.
But they aren’t.
They’re part of a very controversial and profitable group of stocks that can destroy other companies.
And today I will explain exactly what these investments are...and who is unleashing them in emerging markets.
What’s more, I’ll hold your hand and take you through a step-by-step guide on how to invest in these clone shares, which are causing panic in Silicon Valley.
Because the tycoon investors will try to hold you back.
And the mainstream finance media will never say a word about this investment strategy...
And I’m not surprised...
Clone shares can indeed be very profitable.
But they rely on the most infamous business model ever created.
And I have to say...
If you think these companies are doing nothing more than business...
Prepare to have your mind blown!
As you know, innovative tech stocks take decades to multiply your investments.
On the contrary, clones of these successful shares can skyrocket in a much shorter period of time.
I’m talking about exceptional multi-hundred-percentage gains in anything from a few years...to as little as a single day, in one case.
It’s hard to believe.
But look at these numbers...
That’s how explosive clone shares could be.
And they’re not only a great short-term investment...
They are also an extraordinary medium- and long-term investment strategy.
This type of share is in another benchmark when compared to most ordinary investments that you’ve heard of.
Investors in the know are reluctant to speak out.
Some will say this could destroy innovation and the whole Silicon Valley business model.
But these are not the real reasons they don’t want you to know about clone shares.
In fact, they want to scare you off the investment strategies that are making them fortunes.
Even to the ones who genuinely try to convince you that investing in clone shares is wrong or unethical...
By saying they can destroy already established businesses...
I would dispute their argument.
Simply because it would be hypocritical of them, or any Silicon Valley company.
Think for a moment...
How many businesses have Silicon Valley companies already destroyed?
The so-called ‘creative disruptors’ have killed entire industries.
Think Uber, Airbnb.
These companies destroyed the taxi and hotel industries in many countries around the world.
Didn’t they say that disruption and cut-throat competition are all part of capitalism?
Well, what goes around comes around, as the saying goes.
In my view, investing in clone shares is no morally worse than investing in disruptive Silicon Valley companies.
So, don’t make any pre-judgement before you read this report to the end.
Today, I’m breaking the silence.
And I’m not only teaching you this controversial and potentially very lucrative stock investment strategy...
I’m also showing you two clone share ideas that came out of our meeting in Berlin in October.
One of them you can invest in right now, if you so wish.
In Southeast Asia, a clone share was on the brink of destroying Alibaba two years ago.
The Chinese e-commerce giant had to pay at least US$1 billion to keep its business alive in Southeast Asia.
Can you imagine how much money you would have made by investing in this Alibaba clone share?
I bet you haven’t heard a single word about this story before.
Like I said, the moguls investing in clone shares, as well as the Silicon Valley companies, don’t want you to know about it.
They want to keep the source of their fortunes secret...
And the Silicon Valley companies want to preserve their dominance by not allowing these ideas to propagate.
This is a real threat to their empire.
Moreover, Silicon Valley companies are the ones controlling the proliferation of information and news on the internet.
You won’t find any explicit information online that could threaten the supremacy of Google, Facebook or Amazon.
It’s all filtered out.
For the same reason, you won’t find this letter showing up on any search engine.
But there’s much more to it than that...
Right now, a war is looming between Amazon, the biggest tech giant in the world, and other clone shares.
It’s hard to say whether Amazon will win this battle.
But one thing is certain...
If you enter this war...we believe you could potentially make a fortune.
Whether you’re investing in property, blue-chip stocks, gold...
Or even if you’re focused on maximising your retirement nest—egg...
Forget that for a moment.
What you will learn in this letter, I believe, is a truly life-changing investment opportunity.
I’d say this could be a pretty darn good part of your retirement plan.
This Amazon fight against clone shares could potentially put hundreds of thousands of dollars in your pocket.
Some big companies may want to stop me from publishing this report.
Big in-the—know investors will want to crucify me.
Don’t get me wrong...
I don’t hate Silicon Valley companies.
And I didn’t invent clone shares, either.
You see, this investment strategy is not new.
In fact, three German brothers can be credited as the ones who bred this investment idea.
They went from a company with nothing to one with a market cap of over $47 billion.
They outwitted and outplayed Silicon Valley darlings like eBay, Groupon and even tech titans Alibaba and Amazon.com.
The scandalous story behind these three German brothers helped me unveil this controversial strategy...
Which, to my knowledge, has never been published or publicly talked about.
Twenty years ago, in 1998...
The Samwer brothers — Marc, Oliver and Alexander, aged 28, 26 and 24 — finished their degrees in Germany and went to work as interns in Silicon Valley.
There they came across eBay, the now-famous online auction site.
eBay was still in its infancy.
After a few months in the US, the German brothers quit their internships...
And travelled back to Germany in January 1999 to put a sinister plan into action.
They recruited three college friends and founded Alando, an online auction site just like eBay.
In fact, it was exactly like eBay — except for the name.
It quickly took off.
Then the Samwer brothers offered to sell the newly cloned company to the real eBay.
The offer resulted in eBay founder Pierre Omidyar travelling to Germany in May 1999 and buying Alando...
For no less than $43 million.
What a deal!
In no more than 100 days after founding the clone company, the German brothers made a vast fortune.
Following the deal, they appeared on more than 15 television programs.
And their malevolent story featured in many magazines throughout the world.
Now, you may be wondering...
With $43 million, most young blokes in their 20s would consider retiring to enjoy a lavish lifestyle.
But not them.
In 2007, the brothers took their obnoxious ideas to a new level and created...
Headquartered in Berlin, this is what The Hustle referred to as‘one of the most hated yet successful tech companies in the world’.
Some call it the Silicon Valley copycat...
Others refer to it as the start-up clone factory.
Rocket Internet’s primary mission is to copy successful businesses from Silicon Valley...
And paste them in emerging markets around the world.
Once they dominate a market, they sell the cloned company to the Silicon Valley company they copied it from.
For example, in 2010, they sold their clone of Groupon — called CityDeal — back to Groupon for at least US$170 million.
If they can’t find a buyer for one of their clones, they can simply let it establish itself as the market leader and hold on for the profits.
Nasty and unethical?
You could say so.
But also, highly profitable.
Today, Rocket Internet’s listed companies have a total of €30 billion (that’s AU$47 billion!).
It has more than 33,000 employees in its associated companies working in a long list of countries around the world...
‘Because the Samwer brothers rarely give interviews, Rocket Internet has, for the most part, remained a mysterious figure in the business world,’ reported The Hustle.
And that’s one of the reasons why clone shares are still an unknown territory to most investors.
But the Germans were not the first to give me a hint of how lucrative clone shares can potentially be.
I first came across this type of share when I was studying a group of Chinese companies listed on the stock market.
The shares were extremely profitable.
And these companies had something in common...
They had all copied their business models from some very successful Silicon Valley companies.
They were Tencent, Weibo and Baidu.
Tencent’s social media app WeChat was a clone share of Facebook’s Messenger that drove its huge growth surge...
Take a look at the gains:
Source: Yahoo Finance
Had you invested $2,000 in Tencent on the day of its IPO in June 2004, and held on, you would have made a whopping $1,077,020 come January 2018.
Simply put, you would be a millionaire.
In similar fashion, Weibo copied the Twitter business model.
And again, the gains were unbelievable. This time, not over 14 years, but in just over two:
Source: Yahoo Finance
Then there’s Baidu, a Chinese version of Google.
On the day of its IPO, Baidu rose by a whopping 354%, dwarfing Google’s IPO day rise of 18% less than a year earlier.
Source: Seeking Alpha
‘With a rise of 354%, Baidu’s first-day gain ranks 18th in history and ranks as the best performance ever by an overseas deal,’ wrote Seeking Alpha in August 2009.
All three companies — Tencent, Weibo and Baidu — had absurd gains in the stock market.
Few people realise that these Chinese companies are in fact clone shares.
And as you can see, from the charts above, they’ve made fortunes for investors over the years.
After studying these Chinese stocks, I became obsessed with the idea of finding emerging clone shares anywhere in the world.
But it’s not easy.
And it’s not risk free, either.
Just because a company is a clone of another proven business, doesn’t mean it will succeed.
You have to know what to look for.
You see, these clone companies describe themselves in a different way to the companies they copy their business models from.
Let me just take this moment to introduce myself.
My name is Callum Newman. I’m a financial analyst with Agora Financial Australia.
I’m no stranger to unconventional investment ideas. I ferret them out wherever I can find them.
In late 2016, for example, I highlighted the opportunity in a relatively unknown US stock called Nvidia.
It was around US$70 then. At one point this year, it hit as high as US$292!
In 2015, I told my readers that Spanish real estate ‘wouldn’t be this cheap again’.
Now The New York Times reports that Madrid property is surging.
I could go on. I’ve analysed and traded many different markets over the last 10 years.
But here’s what you need to know: My favourite investments are small companies with surging revenues and growth.
That’s why I founded and launched an investment newsletter called Small Cap Alpha.
My research has taken me to the Gold Coast...London...San Francisco...and Baltimore.
In fact, I’m due to jump on a flight to Colorado early next year...and, as I’m about to show you, I sent my research associate to Berlin this year too.
Point is, my team and I will go to extraordinary lengths to unearth amazing investment opportunities.
That’s why initially I was frustrated when I couldn’t unearth a single clone share.
Then one day, I came across a post in an entrepreneurship forum...
Where a guy was lashing out at a German company...
‘They are destroying innovation,’ he argued.
And that’s when I first heard of Rocket Internet.
That was the moment I realised Rocket Internet could have the answer to my question:
At the time, Rocket Internet had cloned more than 75 Silicon Valley companies.
From Kenya to India, and Indonesia to Brazil, Rocket Internet had left its footprint...
Building an empire of successful billion-dollar clone companies, scattered around the globe.
But how was I supposed to get any information from a hated company which remained a mysterious figure in the business world?
That’s the advantage of being part of the Agora Financial Australia team.
The global network we belong to...and the independent and libertarian nature of our publishing business...allows us to spend time, money and resources looking into highly controversial and sensitive data.
It’s what separates us from mainstream media companies, which have to please their advertisers.
What’s more, companies and people who dislike the mainstream media are usually comfortable sharing sensitive information with us.
That’s the reason we, as far as I’m concerned, became the world’s biggest publisher of underground finance information and news.
Well, I’m confident this report contains what could be the most valuable information I have ever come across for Agora Financial Australia.
Last October, my researcher, Felipe, managed to organise an exclusive meeting with Rocket Internet.
This was about to become one of the biggest findings and achievements in the history of our publishing company.
On 5 October, Felipe flew to Germany to have an exclusive meeting with the most hated company in the world...
And he returned to Australia with information on two clone shares that are disrupting Silicon Valley companies in Western Europe, Africa and other emerging markets.
The opportunity to investors is massive.
I will let Felipe explain...
I’m Felipe Ludwig, Callum Newman’s research assistant.
And here is what happened in Berlin on the morning of my meeting with Rocket Internet.
I walked my way out of the Westin Grand Berlin Hotel.
In 15 minutes I reached Checkpoint Charlie, the best-known border crossing between East and West Germany during the Cold War.
And only one block further from there, I found myself on Charlotten Strasse.
Source: Felipe Ludwig
From the corner, I spotted a huge building with a vibrant facade.
Source: Felipe Ludwig
And that was exactly the address I was after...
4 Charlotten Strasse: The headquarters of the most hated company in the world.
In the main entry, the word ‘ROCKET’ stood out in large letters on the glass doors.
But curiously, on the entire ground floor, I couldn’t see any other information about who the company is or what it does.
Source: Felipe Ludwig
I walked through the foyer and told the security person that I had a meeting with Bettina from Rocket Internet.
The German man looked at me from head to toe for a few seconds...
Then, after a brief call on the intercom, he said:
‘Take the lift number five. It’s on the 16th floor.’
On the 16th floor, someone named Catherine walked me to the meeting room.
After three minutes, Bettina, the person I had arranged the meeting with, entered the room.
She greeted me with her thick German accent.
And started the conversation by telling me she had previously worked for the investment bank Goldman Sachs...
I had heard before that Rocket Internet built its empire by recruiting overachievers with banking, consultancy or entrepreneurial backgrounds...
And Oliver, the CEO, had found a few of them at Goldman Sachs.
And there I was, sitting in front of one of those extraordinary and sinister employees of Rocket Internet...
Bettina is the Vice President of Finance and Investments at the clone manufacturer.
After introducing myself, I went straight on explaining the reason I was there...
Callum and I wanted to find out about clone shares.
I asked her if it was okay to use the word ‘clone’ when referring to these companies.
She said they don’t like that word at Rocket Internet...
But she didn’t hide the fact that their business relies on copying proven business models from successful tech companies.
Then I asked Bettina if she thinks copying the business model of other successful companies is right...
And she replied defensively...
‘Did Google invent the search engine? We all know it didn’t.’
The conversation continued...
I didn’t really want to get into a discussion about what’s right or wrong.
As I said before, I was there to learn about billion-dollar clone shares.
Therefore, I decided to steer clear of any kind of opinionated discussion.
Bettina explained to me how quickly Rocket Internet is able to clone successful companies.
It has all the resources...
It hires overachievers.
Employees can quickly move from one clone company to another.
It’s all about superb execution.
Other start-ups can hardly compete with it.
And it has $2 billion in cash reserves to clone new companies.
Then, she started telling me about all these evil plans in the pipeline...
One clone share is in the process of destroying Amazon in Western Europe.
Amazon is under threat!
Yes, that’s right.
She showed me some documents explaining how this destruction of Amazon in Western Europe is already taking place.
You may be wondering how Amazon — a trillion-dollar company — could ever lose market share to any other start-up in the world.
I thought the same!
But let me tell you...
Rocket Internet is not a garage-type start-up planned by some ambitious teenagers.
It’s a multibillion-dollar clone manufacturer...
Backed by an oil oligarch who has ties with Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
A company that in 2010 cloned Groupon, an American e-commerce marketplace...
The e-commerce start-up then paid US$170 million just five months after it was cloned.
Subsequently, it went on to clone Alibaba in Southeast Asia...
In 2016, Alibaba paid up to $3 billion to acquire it, Bettina told me.
And then it repeated the feat again...
It created another clone of Alibaba, targeting Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Nepal.
Once again, Alibaba relented, buying its second clone company from Rocket Internet for an estimated US$200 million.
And now Amazon is under threat.
The largest internet retailer in the world, which went from a one—man operation in a garage in the mid-90s...to touch a trillion dollars in market cap by September 2018.
It raised the question in Callum’s mind, as he told me on the phone:
‘Will Amazon resist Rocket Internet’s moves?’
No doubt this is going to be a fight of big dogs.
From my meeting in Berlin, I gained access to numbers and data that expose the statistics of this fight.
And as Callum will explain in a moment, it looks like Rocket Internet is already winning this battle in Western Europe.
So, hang on to your hats...
Because this is only a fraction of what I uncovered in Berlin.
You see, I’m still baffled.
How come Callum and I were not aware of all this gloomy news for Amazon in Western Europe?
We should know about that, since we work in the financial industry.
And I have to say that Callum is the most diligent financial explorer I know here in Australia.
He studies and scrutinises investment opportunities like no one I’ve ever seen in this country.
And he has worked under some of the most talented traders and investors on the planet.
I was getting very intrigued.
Could the reason for our ignorance be that clone shares are despised by all tech giants that control our internet space?
I have no doubt.
This meeting in Berlin was giving us a different view from what we’ve been reading on a daily basis on the internet.
And here’s the bombshell...
The biggest battlefield and opportunity is not even in Western Europe.
It’s in Africa, the second most populous continent.
Rocket Internet is destroying Amazon in Africa, according to Bettina.
But it’s using a different strategy over there.
It’s called ‘leapfrogging’.
Now, Callum will explain what leapfrogging is, and how this tactic is decimating Amazon in Africa, in just a moment.
But first, let me say that I was bemused by all these revelations.
Once again, I had never heard of leapfrogging, let alone Amazon being destroyed in Africa.
Here in Australia, if you only listen to what the mainstream finance media shoves down your throat...you’ll never hear about it.
And even if you’re a bookworm...
I doubt you would know much about these events either.
And it makes sense...
Where do you buy your books?
Try to find a book about clone shares on Amazon.
They are nowhere to be found.
Why on Earth would Amazon sell a book that threatens the expansion of its empire?
It would be suicidal.
No wonder Callum sent me all this way to Germany.
Bettina even revealed two other clones that, according to her, could disrupt Uber and IKEA in other emerging markets.
Anyway, I fed everything back to Callum, as he asked.
He studied and dissected all the intel I gleaned from my trip.
What did Callum conclude from these revelations?
Callum Newman here!
You’re probably as baffled as I was by the news coming from Berlin.
Three brothers are defying the most powerful companies in the world...
Copying their business models...
Holding them hostage to pay millions or even billions in ransom...
Making it extremely difficult for them to get a foothold in entire regions...
Or even destroying them entirely in some cases.
How could I not be fully aware of that?
Well, as I’ve explained before...
I already knew about clone shares and how lucrative they can potentially be.
But I wasn’t aware of the extent of the damage they’re causing to these big corporations.
I never thought that Amazon, the biggest retail company in the world, was about to be destroyed in Africa.
This caught my full attention.
Frankly, I don’t think there’s any bigger opportunity than that for any investor right now.
And I say this with conviction.
I was never as excited about an investment opportunity as I am right now.
The ones aware of the destruction caused by clone shares in emerging markets could potentially pocket hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Mark my words.
Oliver Samwer, the middle brother and CEO of the clone manufacturer, once called himself ‘the most aggressive guy on [the] internet on the planet’.
In the same email (sent to staff), he stated, ‘I will die to win and I expect the same from you!’
To me, it’s clear Rocket Internet’s unstated mission is simple and effective:
To clone Silicon Valley companies with proven business models.
And it couldn’t be more confident...
It has a very effective strategy.
It starts the destruction of big tech companies by doing one of two things:
The first strategy is getting less common now.
These days, Silicon Valley tech giants are already operating everywhere in the world.
Instead, the second option has been widely adopted by the clone manufacturer.
And it’s exploiting a long-known principle of business...
Markets and consumers don’t behave the same in different places.
It seems big tech giants like Amazon and Alibaba have been overlooking this principle.
And that’s where they’ve been most vulnerable.
Rocket Internet is taking advantage of this simple business wisdom to destroy those big tech companies in emerging markets.
And it has put a smart plan in place.
First, it finds regions where tech giant companies are struggling.
Then, it investigates the cause of the problem.
With that information on hand, it clones the tech company in that region.
But the clone company is not an identical copy of the original one...
It’s an improved copy.
You see, the clone company can solve the problems the copied company has been enduring in the region.
That’s how the disruption starts.
Just like I was, you may be oblivious to what’s happening right now, thousands of miles away from Australia...
I don’t blame you.
I know this information is nowhere to be found.
Powerful corporations and the media are keeping this one off the records.
To my knowledge, this letter is the first to take the lid off it.
Now, let’s face it...
It’s gloom and doom for Amazon in Western Europe.
Amazon is struggling to sell over there.
I have data showing that a complete disruption of the US retail giant in Western Europe is not a matter of if, but when.
While in the US Amazon has almost 50% market share of online sales...
In Western Europe, the company has a market share of only 22% of online sales.
To make matters worse, Amazon’s best-performing sector in the US (apparel and footwear) has a market share of only 8% in Western Europe.
And Amazon is not new in the region. It’s been there for 20 years!
Rocket Internet sees this as a big opportunity to destroy Amazon in countries such as the UK, Ireland, France, Belgium, Monaco, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Amazon is trying to defend its empire in this region.
The fight is escalating.
Will Amazon buy its own clone company in Western Europe?
I believe so.
This could be Amazon’s last card to play in the region.
And when that happens, I believe you could be counting your profits from the comfort of your home here in Australia...
As you learned before, this opportunity is not unprecedented.
Felipe also provided me with some extra documents about a clone share that could disrupt IKEA in emerging markets.
And this clone share had its IPO one day before Felipe’s meeting in Berlin.
This is another good opportunity. But I will come back to this and the clone share of Uber later in this letter.
For now, I want you to focus on what I see as the biggest opportunity in the history of Agora Financial Australia...
Actually, the biggest investment opportunity for any investor in the world right now, I should say.
If you have any electronic device distracting you...
Or kids and other people talking or yelling around you...
Make sure you find a quiet place and switch your mind off from any disturbance.
This is a potentially life-changing opportunity.
And I need your full attention.
There is a company that just entered the African market.
This company is currently the world’s most unrecognised clone share...
Yet the opportunity here is enormous.
This clone share could take over an entire industry at a pace never seen in history.
Only in November, they expanded to more than a dozen countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
The growth of this clone share in these areas is already outpacing its developed markets in North America and Europe.
How is it conquering new territories in emerging markets at such a speed?
Simply put, it overcame the legal barriers that the original company was having with its business model.
The company it copied managed to grow to 60 million users within a year.
But there was a problem...
The original company was deemed illegal and shut down.
That’s when this new clone share surfaced with a clever solution.
It copied its business model, but it made a crucial change...
It turned the business model from illegal into legal.
Furthermore, it created the best algorithm in the world to strengthen its success and destroy competitors that cross its path.
Any investor in the world would want to know which super-powered company this is.
And it’s not only a company with super powers...
It’s a company using a proven multibillion-dollar business model...and harnessing the highly lucrative secret of clone shares.
The opportunity is so big that I have compiled a new report explaining, in detail, how you can invest in this clone share.
Even if you’ve never invested in stocks before, you will find all the information you need.
I will guide you through what to buy, when to buy, where to buy and exactly what you should pay for each share.
I will also go through, again in detail, all the risks you need to understand before making an investment in this clone share.
You’ll learn everything you need to know to make an informed decision.
How do you access this report?
Before we get to that, let me tell you about the second, potentially huge clone share opportunity...
Here is the first sign of the potential scale of this second opportunity...
In 2016, US investment bank Goldman Sachs and telco MTN invested in this clone share that I want you to concentrate on right now.
I’m talking about the clone share that could disrupt Amazon in Africa.
That’s where I see the second biggest opportunity of all.
Africa is the next China for investors.
The continent is still an untapped market.
And a clone company has not only copied the successful business model of Amazon in Africa...
But has also adapted it to the difficulties of the market.
This company is already being called ‘the 'Amazon of the African continent’.
In fact, it’s Africa’s first unicorn. This clone company got a valuation of over $1 billion.
If you don’t know what a unicorn means, it’s when a privately held company surpasses the $1 billion mark in valuation.
This is already Africa’s best-funded e-commerce start-up.
It has 11 digital ventures spread out across 23 African countries.
Want to know how it’s achieving this incredible feat?
In Africa, Amazon faces a serious problem.
It can’t sell to people who aren’t online.
This is not a small percentage of people, either.
According to the latest stats from December 2017, in Africa, a staggering 64.8% of the population doesn’t have access to the internet.
Smartly, Rocket Internet found a way to sell to the majority of the African population.
And it’s by using the strategy Felipe learned in Berlin...a strategy called ‘leapfrogging’.
It created booths and street-stands with laptops and tablets, which prospective shoppers can use to navigate to e-commerce companies.
Well, not all e-commerce companies.
On the streets of Lagos and other African capitals, these users will never find Amazon on these laptops and tablets.
What consumers see on these laptops is the clone company of Amazon.
In a similar fashion, salespeople go door to door with Wi-Fi-connected tablets, offering consumers the opportunity to shop online from this clone company.
In a nutshell, that’s what leapfrogging is...
Making incremental innovations to overcome a big lag in technological development and infrastructure.
How smart is that?
Now think of the opportunity to be one of the first Australians to invest in ‘the Amazon.com of Africa’ by leveraging leapfrogging...
You’d better get used to the term.
Because one day, you may just need to explain it to your kids, grandchildren and friends.
I can’t be more serious and optimistic about this clone share of Amazon in Africa, and this crazy and ingenious idea of leapfrogging.
Africa is the second most populous continent in the world, with 1.216 billion inhabitants.
The headquarters of this clone company are located in Yaba, a district of the Nigerian capital Lagos.
Nigeria is the continent’s largest economy and most populous nation, with more than 180 million people.
Just to give you a glimpse of the opportunity that this clone company is creating...
Talented Nigerians who might have once gone abroad, searching for better professional opportunities, are now enticed to stay in the country to work for this company.
And ambitious Western professionals have been lured to work for this same company in Nigeria.
The scale of this opportunity is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before in any finance letter or investment advice service.
And here you’ll truly be a ‘first mover’, because the share isn’t even listed anywhere in the world right now.
But it’s due to list in early 2019.
And you’ll find the details of exactly how and when to invest in the Amazon of Africa in the special report I’ve prepared for you.
Now, let me bring you back to a big claim I made at the start of this letter.
If you recall...
I mentioned that this opportunity is on par with the chance oil oligarchs had to build fortunes during the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the 1990s.
This claim wasn’t bogus.
And here’s the biggest proof of that...
His name is Len Blavatnik.
Sir Len Blavatnik, a British-American industrialist turned media mogul, made his fortune in the mid-1990s...
At the time, he bought Soviet state-owned oil and aluminium companies that were being privatised by Boris Yeltsin.
Now he’s so powerful that he has ties with Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump.
Blavatnik has a net worth of US$16.6 billion.
In 2010, he made the biggest donation in the history of Oxford University, giving £75 million to build the Blavatnik School of Government.
The Ukrainian-born mogul is also behind the most lucrative trade ever made...
In 2014, he sold his stake in the oil venture TNK-BP for a staggering $7 billion.
And here’s the thing...
Blavatnik invested $400 million in Rocket Internet, turning him into the biggest investor in the clone manufacturer.
Not only that, he is also a direct investor in the first clone share I’ve been alluding to today — the world’s most unrecognised clone share in the world.
The first clone share I believe you should invest in with a small portion of spare capital you’re willing to risk.
Now, think about it...
This man is a visionary.
Someone who can smell profits, just like a sniffer dog smells drugs.
I have no doubt that Blavatnik sees clone shares as the next big investment opportunity.
When he decided to invest in Soviet state-owned oil companies in the 90s...
He knew there were fortunes to be made.
This time is no different...
Blavatnik knows clone shares are the mega-investment of today.
More importantly, he is financially backing the first clone share that I want to recommend to you today.
Only a few know about this opportunity.
In fact, Antony Dobrzensky, an entrepreneur, investor and futurist, foresees the same. As reported in BecomingHuman.ai:
‘Africa will enter a boom of digital entrepreneurship. Fortunes will be made by people setting up tech companies in Kenya, Ghana, Uganda and other African countries which largely consist of business models copied from the developed world, in the style of Rocket Internet incubator/accelerator models.’
In Australia, almost no one knows about clone shares.
Even the ones who have heard about clone shares in this country don’t have a clue of how to invest in them.
Today, that changes. For you, at least.
But, if you’d like to know more about this idea and the two opportunities I’ve spoken about today...there is something very important I want to be clear about...
You see, moguls and tycoons like Blavatnik understand something about these kinds of hidden investment opportunities.
And that is, as well as the potential upside, the downside risk is very real.
These are not big, dividend-paying companies like Commonwealth Bank and BHP.
You won’t find them in the top 200 stocks on the ASX.
They are not seeking stable, modest growth year-on-year.
They are high-risk growth stocks looking to aggressively increase their market share in emerging markets.
As such, they are much riskier than most mainstream investments.
The vast majority of them are also listed overseas.
The first clone share, in fact, is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
That’s why, as part of this package, I’ll also send you a succinct report on how to buy international stocks.
Having said that, if you’d like to learn more about these stocks, it’s on one, non—negotiable proviso...
That you do not, under any circumstances, invest money you can’t afford to lose.
Any clone share may lose the war against the company it’s trying to destroy.
The worst—case scenario is that you could lose 100% of the capital you put in, if the company fails and its shares go to zero.
Blavatnik and other moguls understand this, and so should you.
You may be a conservative investor who is more comfortable with mainstream investment strategies.
And there’s nothing wrong with that.
If that’s the case, this investment strategy is not for you.
This is information strictly for people who understand that there are no guarantees with any kind of speculating.
Sometimes we will get on the wrong side of a move and make the occasional loss.
Of course, I have a strategy in place to try and limit any losses, which you’ll learn if you decide to access your report.
But before you do, you must understand that taking some hits is all part of the game.
So, to sum up:
If ANY of the above makes you nervous, stop reading now.
But if, like me, you’re a real small stock speculator...
And you like the idea of putting money down for the chance to potentially make a lot more in the months ahead...
I have prepared the first and only briefing for Australians on the most promising clone shares targeting emerging markets in Africa.
This features two potentially highly lucrative clone shares if you live in Australia.
One of which you can invest in right now.
But pay close attention...
To avoid any legal issues, I decided to abstain from publishing the name of these clone shares here in this letter you are reading now.
I’m sorry, but that’s the ultimate decision taken by my publisher.
And I understand why.
We could run into problems.
Like I said before, this page is not even listed on Google Search.
Nobody can find this letter, other than via direct links from our Daily Reckoning Australia or Profit Watch publications.
And I kindly request that you not share this link with anyone else...
Not even members of your family.
Clone shares are a big threat to companies like Google and Facebook.
I have already shown you how clone shares have disrupted Facebook, Twitter and Google in China.
But don’t worry.
Like I just said, I have prepared a password-protected report for you...
This exclusive report — Unearthing the world’s most elusive ‘clone shares’ operating in plain sight — will show you how to invest in the world’s most unrecognised clone shares right now...
You will also learn about one clone company seeking to destroy Amazon in Africa.
This one isn’t ready to invest in — yet.
But it’s a fascinating story, and one to watch. I’ve no doubt you’ll be one of the only ones watching it in Australia.
What’s more, you’ll learn about another four ASX-listed stocks currently on my buy list that very closely mimic the operations of much larger global corporations.
This could be hands-down the biggest investment report I have laid out in my 10 years as a financial analyst.
And I’m ready to send you this complete briefing right now.
All I ask in return is that you take a 30-day, no—obligation trial-run of my Small Cap Alpha investment research service.
Normally, a one-year subscription to Small Cap Alpha costs $99.
But today...to anyone interested in exploring these clone share opportunities...I’m willing to cut that price in HALF for your first year of membership.
So, you can sign up at just $49 for your first year.
Why would I do this?
Because I believe the clone share opportunity is one of the most compelling I have unveiled in my whole career.
And I believe you’ll be so pleased with my clone shares revelations and research...that you’ll never want to stop receiving this service.
In saying that, if you see no value in this report, you can cancel your subscription at any time in the next 30 days...and you’ll get a full refund of that already hugely discounted price.
Of course, I fully understand you could rip me off...
With no intention of staying on after the 30-day trial, you could become a Small Cap Alpha member, download the clone shares report, cut and paste my investment ideas, and STILL get your money back one day before the no-obligation trial ends.
But I’m confident you won’t do that.
I believe this is the best investment research you’ll ever receive.
And I’m confident you won’t find research of this calibre anywhere else on the internet.
Just to remind you, we have travelled to Germany to cover this potential multibillion—dollar investment opportunity...and share it with you.
I’m positive that you will find this information, and all content published via my unique advisory service, the best you have ever read.
Our publishing company is making a name for itself as the most underground and cutting—edge investment research company around.
And my advisory service is dedicated to hunting out the most explosive investment ideas in Australia.
I want to show any investor who is not in the most privileged position that they can invest in opportunities that are not on the radar of most investors and mainstream media.
These are the opportunities that can give you an advantage against the next investor.
Now it’s time to send you a proof of that.
So, don’t wait...
Just click the link below to request this confidential report, which could change your life...
All you need to do is go here to request the report.
Editor, Small Cap Alpha
PS: I realise I’ve covered a lot today.
So, let me recap here, and answer a few key questions you might have...
Q: ‘What are clone shares?’
A: Clone shares are companies that copy proven business models of successful companies...and paste them into emerging markets.
It’s one of the most controversial and potentially lucrative investment ideas I’ve come across.
This is a strategy adopted by some moguls and tycoons such as the oil oligarch Les Blavatnik.
We went to Berlin and visited the headquarters of the most hated company in the world to unveil this strategy.
We wrote a full report to show that the small guy can also invest in clone shares.
Here you can access a password-protected report, containing the world’s most unrecognised clone share to buy right now.
Q: ‘What am I getting if I sign up to Small Cap Alpha to claim my report?’
A: This exclusive report will show you how to invest in the world’s most unrecognised clone share right now...
Also, you will learn about the clone company we’re watching that’s seeking to destroy Amazon in Africa.
This is hands-down one of the most compelling investment reports I have prepared in my 10 years as a financial analyst.
And I’m ready to send you this complete briefing right now.
PLUS...you’ll begin your unrestricted 30-day, no—obligation trial-run of my investment research letter, Small Cap Alpha, where you can access all report archives and recommendations.
And remember, if you like what you see in that no—obligation 30-day trial, you get the whole first year for $49 (a 50% discount).
Q: ‘What could I gain if I decide to invest in the clone shares you reveal?’
A: We are aiming for big gains, although it’s impossible to specify any potential upside.
As I said, this is an investment secret of moguls and tycoons.
In my view, this is a wealth strategy on par with the opportunity Russian oil oligarchs had in the 1990s.
These clone shares could dominate entire emerging markets.
Don’t forget about Blavatnik — the Ukrainian-born oil tycoon and once the UK’s richest man — who invested US$400 million in clone shares. This man is a visionary. Someone who can smell profits, just like a sniffer dog smells drugs.
And remember, one clone share in China shot up 354% in only one day.
That’s how explosive clone shares can be.
Will the clone shares that we identify be as explosive as this?
We hope so — we’ve done enough due diligence! But we can’t guarantee anything.
Q: ‘Are clone shares risky?’
A: Yes! Clone shares are a high—risk investment.
They are on the other end of the spectrum when compared to mainstream investment strategies.
Even though the gains here can be big, there are risks that need to be taken into consideration — and I detail the key risks you need to be aware of in your report.
You’ll have the full picture to make an informed decision.
But the upshot is: Do not invest any money you cannot afford to lose.
The ultimate risk, as with all investments, is that they fail and go to zero, in which case you can lose all your money.
I have a full risk strategy in place to try and minimise the chances of this happening, but if you’re not comfortable with that fact, then this is not for you.
Q: ‘OK, what’s the deal?’
A: By clicking this link, you can access a password-protected report with the world’s most unrecognised clone share to buy right now.
You will also be enrolled in a 30-day, no—obligation trial of my Small Cap Alpha newsletter service.
This service has a normal price of AU$99 a year.
But today, I’m knocking 50% off the first—year price to anyone interested in exploring this clone share opportunity. So, you’ll pay $49 for your first year.
Why am I doing this?
Because I believe this clone share opportunity is the biggest investment strategy I have unveiled in my whole career.
That said, you’re covered by our 30—day, no—obligation, money—back trial period.
Q: ‘What happens if I realise clone shares are not for me?’
A: Like I said, if you see no value in this report and think clone shares — or indeed any of my recommendations or research — are not for you, you can cancel your subscription without any financial commitment.
You can also get a full refund of your discounted subscription fee anytime within your 30-day trial period.
So, what are you waiting for?