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How to Invest Like a Billionaire


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There is a reason investing is called a zero-sum game.

Consider this:

In the last decade, 99% of all equity-based mutual funds made little or no money. Retail, do-it-yourself traders made no money. Meanwhile a small group of billionaire investors took billions out of the markets.

These investors did not use leverage. They did not short stocks -- necessarily. They simply bought huge stakes in undervalued stocks, and then imposed their will on the company to create instant shareholder value.

It's a strategy that I follow too. But I don't have to be a billionaire. And I don't have to build a huge stake in a stock, nor impose my will on the company. I just copy the billionaires that do.

Piggy-Backing Billionaires

Let's be honest. You have to have an edge to consistently outperform the general stock market year in and year out. Simply picking stocks with the same formula that every Wall Street analyst has been trained to follow is a recipe for mediocrity. That's why mutual funds and investment advisors continually give little to no value to their investors.

So how does the average investor win in this game? Well, it's simple. Follow the folks that have the most power and most influence on Wall Street.

These investors are generally called "activists."
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