Trophy Investing’s portfolio company videos

Video below: “BCHI, a trophy case opportunity due to its having upside potential of more than 100X” (7 min, 7 sec.)

This video is about BCHI which is on a mission to eradicate GMO foods by making clean or non-GMO foods available to the masses at wholesale prices. Since the first genetically engineered crops were planted in 1996 to produce GMO foods the planted acreage for genetically engineered crops and the incidences of 24 major diseases has skyrocketed.   

Video below: “Jinglz is a Billion Dollar App” (4 min 52 sec)

This video is about an app which verifies to the advertiser that a viewer has watched a mobile ad in its entirety having the potential to value Jinglz for a quick billion. Company has also filed for a facial recognition patent to enable the app to relay facial expressions back to advertisers.

Video Below: “StartEngine shares have potential to multiply by 8 times as crowdfunding first mover” (5 min 28 sec)

Video explains why StartEngine’s launch of its Secondary Market to provide the liquidity for the shares of private companies having market caps of less than $1 billion has forever changed the capital markets. Also explains that since StartEngine has emerged as a first mover it will soon be afforded a billion dollar valuation resulting in its share price going from $5 to $40 by 2019.

Video Below: “Crowdfunding Infrastructure Startups provide upsides of 100X” (2 min 51 sec)

Video is relevant to Trophy Investing portfolio startup crowdfunding infrastructure provider StartEngine. It explains the similarities between the startups that have emerged to provide the infrastructure to support the 700 million who are projected to be participating in crowdfunding by 2021 with the startups that emerged in 1996 to provide the infrastructure for the Internet. Since the industries for both are very similar history will likely repeat itself. There was many of the web infrastructure companies including Yahoo, etc., whose shares multiplied by a minimum of 100 times between 1996 and 2000. The same could happen for the shares of the crowdfunding infrastructure provider companies from 2017 to 2021.

Statements made by Trophy Investing pertaining to returns made from investing in Airbnb, UBER and Snapchat are not indicative of a TRACK RECORD. They are examples for educational purposes only.

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