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How to Invest Like a Billionaire

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Activist investors buy 5% or more of a company's stocks, or controlling interest. Then, they do whatever it takes to create shareholder value. They might use their power and influence to force a company to sell poor performing units or to buy back their own stock, or they might just simply put the company up for sale to the highest bidder.

These are generally not complex actions, but ones that only the biggest and wealthiest hedge fund managers can execute. For those that follow them, they get to go along for the ride -- for free.

How Do You Find Out What They're Buying?

My investment research firm follows only the best billionaire hedge fund managers and studies the stocks they are buying.

I have built a database of these managers over the past decade, intensely studied every manager's tendencies, picked through their returns with a fine-toothed comb, and have developed a strategy that produces outstanding long term returns, right alongside the folks that have amassed billion-dollar fortunes executing it. And I only buy or recommend these stocks when they are selling at a 25% to 30% discount to what the billionaire hedge fund managers paid for them.

So let me walk you through an example of how this strategy works.

WebMD (NASDAQ:WBMD) is the leading online health-care company. But due to the economy and weak online advertising trends, the stock price has dropped sharply from $40 to $15.
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