The (04 min, 02 sec) video below entitled “Digital disruptor companies have the potential to get to $10 billion valuations quickly” is about companies having digital business models which disrupt entire brick and mortar industries can get to $10 billion valuations very fast. UBER is the best known disruptor. $10,000 invested into UBER in October of 2010 grew to $102 million in less than five years based on the July 2015 valuation. The video also provides details on the steps that a “disruptor” company must complete to become successful.
The (3 min, 52 sec) video below entitled “Why companies qualifying as a ‘First Mover’ have the potential to get to $1 billion valuations almost instantly” explains the qualifications a company must meet to be designated as a First Mover. When Yahoo started to generate its first revenue dollars in late 1995 it qualified as a First Mover. This enabled Yahoo to launch an IPO and get to a billion dollar valuation in April of 1996 even though it was not yet profitable.
The (2 min, 56 sec) video below entitled “Markowski Visionary Analyst 2 of 5” explains how Mr. Markowski used his vision to find and underwrite an IPO for a start-up that has since grown its revenue by 400 times and has increased in value by 40 times. This link will take you to Mr. Markowski’s research report covering the company mentioned in the video. This link is to the long term share price history chart for the company which was renamed Almost Family.
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.