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History will record the current decade as the best ever for investors to utilize diversified portfolios to create dynasty wealth.  

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Dynasty Wealth believes that the 30 year period which began in 1989 (after the Berlin wall came down) and will end in 2019, will be recorded by the world’s history books as the most dynamic economic period ever.  This is the first and only period in the modern era wherein capitalism reigned globally.  Additionally, this period ushered in the Euro as a currency, making global trade much more robust and efficient.  Finally, and most importantly, this period boasts the introduction of the internet, arguably the most significant discovery in the history of the world.  

The decade which began in 1990, had been the only prior decade which spawned dynasty wealth investment opportunities. The social change began with Netscape’s release of its web browser in 1995 and Yahoo’s launching of the first web information portal in 1996.  Due to the web’s user base, which grew from 16 million in 1996 to 360 million in 2000, the share prices of many of the web companies increased by more than 100 times from the date of their IPO.  A 1996 investment of $10,000 made in AOL or Yahoo’s IPO increased to $32 million and $2 million, respectively, in 1999.  The share prices of some 150 web companies more than doubled on the opening day of their 1999 IPOs. 

The decade which began in 1990, had been the only prior decade which spawned dynasty wealth investment opportunities.  Due to the web’s user base, which grew from 16 million in 1996 to 360 million in 2000, the share prices of many of the web companies increased by more than 100 times from the date of their IPO.  A 1996 investment of $10,000 made in AOL or Yahoo’s IPO increased to $32 million and $2 million, respectively, in 1999. The share prices of some 150 web companies more than doubled on the opening day of their 1999 IPOs.

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By developing a commercialized web browser and making it freely available to the public in 1995, Netscape ignited the growth in web users from 16 million at the beginning of 1996 to 250 million in 1999.    



Entirely new industries and businesses emerged to provide the products and services to a burgeoning web population during this period which generated dynasty wealth for their shareholders.  When Yahoo filed for its 1996 IPO, it had not yet generated any revenue.  Ebay had less than 1,000 registered users when it filed for its 1998 IPO.  At their 1999 highs, the share prices of the four companies in the table below increased by 21 to as much as 205 times their IPO prices.          


Prior to 1996, there were so few companies that even offered the remote possibility for investors to generate dynasty wealth.  Currently, there is a plethora of opportunities wherein a savvy investor can enjoy gains of 10 to 100 times their investment.

Dynasty Wealth is projecting that there will be a minimum of 1,000 global companies to emerge that have the potential to generate returns of 100 times on investment by 2018.  The majority of these companies will launch IPOs or be acquired. See New York Times August 5, 2014, “New Buying Strategy as Facebook and Google Transform Into Web Conglomerates” article. Our mission is to identify them and provide the research coverage to enable Dynasty Wealth’s individual members to build dynasty wealth. 

Dynasty Wealth is projecting that there will be a minimum of 1,000 global companies to emerge that have the potential to generate returns of 100 times on investment by 2018.  Our mission is to identify them and provide the research coverage to enable Dynasty Wealth’s individual members to build dynasty wealth.

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There are two fast growing demographic segments which will spawn the vast majority of the businesses that have the potential to increase by 100 times in value by 2018.  The demographic segment which will produce the most businesses having a 100X potential is the segment whose businesses are now emerging to provide products and services to the global Crowdfunding community.  This demographic segment is projected to grow from 17 million at the beginning of 2013 to 2 billion by 2016.  The growth and penetration rates of Crowdfunding will be much higher than what was experienced during the internet’s 1996-1999 heady growth period.    


The OnlineFinancialSector.com (OFS) conducted proprietary research in 2013 to determine the impact that the SEC’s lifting of its 80 year Crowdfunding ban is going to have on the US and global capital markets, economies and their sectors.  The research findings are available in the embedded video, “Crowdfunding’s Impact on the Markets”.  This video reveals that a group consisting of 17 US public companies, well positioned to profit from the lifting of the SEC’s Crowdfunding bans, significantly outperformed the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones 30 Industrial composite indices during the second half of 2013.  On July 10, 2013 (the date that the SEC announced that it would be lifting the 80 year old bans), the share price of Facebook (potentially in the best position of the 17 to benefit) was at $25.80.  The price was well below its $38.00 per share IPO price.  Similarly, AOL’s share price on January 2, 1996 was also below its 1992 IPO price.


There are four new industries that are now emerging to support an eligible Crowdfunding population that is projected to grow to more than 4 billion by 2018.  They are very similar to the four new industries which emerged to support the Internet’s exponential increase in growth which began in 1996.  The share prices of the companies in the table below that emerged as leaders in the four new Internet industries multiplied by 21 to 206 times after their IPOs.  The only difference is that the Internet’s portals provide information and Crowdfunding’s portals provide fundings.  The private companies which emerge as the leaders of the four new Crowdfunding support industries and launch IPOs have the potential to generate dynasty wealth for their shareholders.

The demographic segment that will be the second largest producer of dynasty wealth building opportunities will be those businesses which are now emerging to provide products, services and software applications to the global users of smart phones, etc.  This user base is projected to grow from 400 million to over 5 billion by 2018.



 

There are two additional demographic segments which are emerging.  Both of which are still in their infancy and will benefit from the changes in government regulations pertaining to the legalization of cannabis and online gambling.  Each will produce multiple businesses that have the potential to multiply by 10 to 100 times in value by the end of the decade.   

Dynasty Wealth is on the lookout, as well, for those miscellaneous businesses which do not reside in one of the four demographic segments already identified.  Historically, some of the best opportunities to generate returns of 10 to 100 times over short periods are those businesses which gain approval from a government agency such as the FDA, EPA or USDA, etc., to market and sell their products to the masses.  Other businesses that are of interest to Dynasty Wealth are those which have intellectual property or patents for products that are highly scalable, including software, etc.   

Dynasty Wealth has no interest in development stage companies.  All businesses or companies must be operational or generating revenue.  Finally, brick and mortar companies need not apply. Brick and mortar businesses, such as manufacturing and retail stores, etc., have revenue models which are not scalable and thus are incapable of generating returns of 10 to 100 times in five years or less.  

The “Crowdfunding’s Impact on the Markets” video includes proprietary research findings which support the predictions that Dynasty Wealth is making.  

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