Investors were salivating at Uber's recent $120 billion valuation.
They think they're going to strike it rich by getting in early once Uber IPOs in 2019.
But they're about to make a big mistake.
Because when you start at $120 billion there's really nowhere to go but down.
History has shown us that mega-tech IPOs almost always flop.
Facebook went into freefall after IPOing for $104 billion. Costing IPO investors 58.33% of their money in three months.
Spotify IPO'ed at $30 billion. Eight months later, investors were down 38.88%.
Snapchat IPO'ed at $33 billion - then plummeted for five months straight. By December, it was down to $4.82 a share and IPO-day investors had lost 81.49% of their money.
Blue Apron IPO'ed at $1.89 billion. Stock opened at $11 a share, then plummeted to $2.94 in less than five months. That's a 73.27% loss in less than half a year.
You don't want to get into an IPO when it starts so big, that it has to go small.
You want to get into the $5 million IPO that's going to be worth $550 million in four months.
And there's one industry that's turning tiny companies into multibillion-dollar superstars the second they IPO.
In some cases, investors are making 137% in the first few hours, 297.5% in the first week, or even 1,664% in the first two months.
This industry is literally minting millionaires at a rate you couldn't believe. I personally know of 77 different people who made more than $1 million investing in it last year.
Best of all, there are four tiny companies going public in this industry in the next three weeks that could make investors over $12 billion within hours of their IPO.
And we've put together all the tools you need to see exactly how to play this for maximum potential profits.
But with only days until they go public, we're not going to be able to leave this up for long.
So if you want a chance to see exactly how this could launch you straight to millionaire status...
You need to do it now.
There could be a lifetime's worth of profits at stake - so I can't think of a reason why you would hesitate.
Click here to learn how to claim your share of this potential $12 billion windfall.