Looking into Blanco’s “How to ‘Jump the Line’ on What Could Be the World’s Biggest-Ever IPO”

What's Ray Blanco teasing with his "IPO with the potential to absolutely crush the legendary Berkshire Hathaway?"

By Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe, August 28, 2019

Today we’ve got a new teaser from Ray Blanco to check out, he’s peddling his Breakthrough Technology Alert ($1,995, 90 day refund window) with the promise that you can get a pre-IPO stake in a $100 billion Tech Venture Fund… and that it could triple in its first day of trading, which he says will be “as soon as August 29th” — which is tomorrow, so I guess we’d better figger it out!

Here’s the first part of the email:

“If you’ve ever wanted to own a single stock that could fund a worry-free retirement many times over…

“Stop what you’re doing and read this message now.

“Because I predict we could be on the verge of the biggest IPO in history…

“Followed by the largest one-day spike ever recorded on a stock’s first trading day…

“Capped off with a multi-year climb that could turn a small sum into a $2.5 million payday.”

And it is apparently easy and cheap to get this “pre-IPO stake”…

“It takes just 10 minutes and a minimum of $50 to secure your very own pre-IPO stake.
This simple move sets you up to claim a full ownership stake whenever the fund goes public, without racing to buy shares at inflated prices after it begins trading.”

And the outlandish promises…

“If you put your money behind Warren Buffett at the beginning, you could have turned $100 into $2.4 million.

“So how much could you make if you put your money behind the visionary I’m talking about today?

“My research says your total gains could handily beat these extraordinary benchmarks.

“I estimate this stock could soar 5,000 times higher than its IPO price over time.”

Of course, “at the beginning” for Warren Buffet was more than 50 years ago, so you do have to keep in mind whether you’re interested in that kind of “hold through thick and thin” investment in a venture capital company… or if you’re more like most investors these days, and think of six months as a “long term” holding.

And Blanco says this fund is already profitable, though it hasn’t IPO’d yet and is only two years old:

“This Tech Venture Fund has already paid out $6 billion to its private investors to date.

“That means, averaged out to the day…

“This Tech Venture Fund has paid out an average of $7.9 million in profits per day.”

So what is this fund? Who is this “legendary” person? More clues:

“… this IPO would give you direct ownership in these 69 companies.

“Companies hand-selected by the same man who has historically made 114 times… 714 times… and 4,500 times his money on previous similar investments.

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The Economist says this technology venture fund will soon be: ‘The world’s biggest collection of young tech firms.'”

So what is this “get in early” pitch all about? Apparently there’s something you can buy that gets you a slice of this Tech Venture Fund before it goes public…

“OK… Step by Step… Here’s Exactly How to ‘Jump the Line’ on What Could Be the World’s Biggest-Ever IPO

“Right now, I’ve uncovered a single move you can make today that would make you a shareholder with 48% interest in this Tech Venture Fund…

“This is currently the ONLY way in existence for average investors to get access to the hundreds of billions at stake right now…

“If and when the Tech Venture Fund goes public on the stock exchange, you will either:

“Benefit from an estimated multibillion-dollar windfall that would be distributed to everyone with equity in the fund (that would be you if you act on my simple recommendation today)…

“Or…

“You will automatically receive shares of the newly public venture fund directly deposited into your account…

“… without you needing to lift a finger.

“That would take you from 48% exposure to 100% exposure.”

So what Blanco is talking about here is Softbank’s Vision Fund, which has been rumored to possibly consider going public in the past few months… which means that he is actually teasing shares in Softbank Group, the parent, as a way to get “back door” access to the Vision Fund (parent Softbank owns about a quarter of the Fund, and is more levered to it than that due to fees and debt… and is listed in Japan, at ticker 9984, and trades OTC in the US at SFTBY and SFTBF.)

The visionary behind Softbank and the Vision Fund is CEO Masayoshi Son, who has been an investor and entrepreneur in the tech space for decades but is probably best known for being a very early backer of Alibaba and Yahoo Japan, huge winners that have generated the lion’s share of his incredible returns (he says his annual rate of return is 44% over 18 years).

Softbank’s Venture Fund is an amazing symbol for these late-stage times of plentiful unicorns, it has done venture invest