Is This the Next Billion-Dollar Unicorn?

|January 29, 2022
Futuristic Prosthetic Robot Arm

It was a big week in the Manward universe.

On Thursday, we released our latest research… and oh my, the response has been tremendous.

Countless readers wrote in to say “I’m in!” after hearing about the huge opportunities awaiting them in the equity crowdfunding space.

And now, for the first time ever, Manward will be offering recommendations in the private-equity sector to an elite group of readers in Venture Fortunes.

It’s thrilling. And from the feedback we’ve received, it’s clear readers are eager to get started.

It’s Perfect

We’ve spent the past week or so sharing why we’re so excited about the sector… and why now is the perfect time to get in.

If you missed any of those essays… you can check them out on our website.

The biggest thing we want you to understand is that this could be your chance to create generational wealth for yourself and your family…

By getting in on the ground floor of young companies… with hungry leaders… and big ideas… that could transform industries.

We’re talking gains like 2,201% on DoorDash in six years… 4,900% on WhatsApp in four years… and 233,000% on Juniper Networks in three years.

Can you even imagine how your life could change with gains like those?

And with the private-equity sector taking off – as we told you last week, in 2021, private companies raised more than $300 billion in new capital for just the second time ever – there will only be more opportunities for wins like those.

Just take a look at some of the companies you could get in on for as little as $250… TODAY.

Backed by Bezos

Tyler Hayes says his life’s mission is to end disability.

And that’s exactly what he’s aiming to do with his company Atom Limbs. With a world-class leadership team composed of executives from Apple, Tesla, Nike and Intel, this prosthetics company is set to disrupt the fast-growing $800 billion-plus physical disability market.

The company has created the world’s first mind-controlled arm that allows for a basic sense of touch and individual finger control. It’s incredible stuff.

Atom Limbs has the backing of venture capital firm Village Global, which counts Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos among its partners.

The company has raised more than $2.5 million from 1,700 investors on Wefunder… and for just $250, you could invest alongside two of the richest men in the world.

First of Its Kind

Another medical device startup, Monogram Orthopaedics, is looking to disrupt the $16 billion joint-replacement market (which is growing quickly thanks to the aging U.S. population). It is personalizing orthopedic implants with 3D printing… while using state-of-the-art robotics to ensure a perfect fit for every patient.

Its technology will help reduce poor placement, fractures and bone loss. The company is led by a team of experts in robotics and medical technology… and its product will be the first of its kind when it hits the market this year.

Monogram has raised $15.5 million from nearly 10,000 investors on StartEngine… with a minimum investment of $250.80.

Something Sweet

Moving away from medical technology and heading straight for your sweet tooth… Sugarfina aims to become the leading luxury candy brand for grown-ups. The company has partnered with candy-makers around world to create a wide range of products to appeal to mature palates.

The company’s CEO, Scott LaPorta, has a proven record of turning companies into high-growth enterprises. He led the growth and eventual sale of Bolthouse Farms, which was bought out for a record sum for its industry.

Sugarfina has more than 50 patents and $28.5 million in revenue… in an industry projected to grow to $245 billion globally by 2026.

The company has raised more than $2.5 million from 1,500 investors on Republic… with a minimum investment of $507.15.

With all the promising startups available, it’s hard to know which one is worth an investment.

That’s why we’re sharing Andy’s latest research. He’s found what he thinks could be the next billion-dollar unicorn… a company he thinks has a chance at 100X gains… and one that could disrupt an emerging $84 trillion industry.

Get all the details right here.

Amanda Heckman
Amanda Heckman

Amanda Heckman is the editorial director of Manward Press. With unrivaled meticulousness, she has spent the past dozen or so years – give or take a few sabbaticals – sharpening Andy’s already razorlike wit. A classically trained musician and a skilled writer in her own right, Amanda takes an artistic approach to the complex world of investing. Her skill has led her to work with numerous bestselling authors, award-winning financial gurus and – lucky for us – the fine folks at Manward Press.