We all saw it. Facebook got clobbered. Its parent company lost more than $250 billion in value in a day.
The mainstream media couldn’t dunk on Mark Zuckerberg fast enough. Breathless headlines declared he’s in danger of losing his top-10 billionaire ranking. Brutal, right?
Well, guess what… I bet Zuckerberg doesn’t care one bit!
He’s betting BIG on the metaverse… and pumping billions into it.
Why? Well, the co-founder of Nvidia predicts the metaverse will be worth $84.5 TRILLION.
In other words, there’s a LOT of money to be made. And Zuckerberg knows this better than anyone.
Why do you think Facebook changed its name to Meta?!
Look, with that kind of money at stake… a guy like Zuckerberg doesn’t care about $250 billion. It’s chump change compared with what the metaverse could rake in for them.
I’m sure he’ll have the last laugh.
But here’s the thing…
That DOESN’T mean you should try to jump into Facebook, Meta… whatever you want to call it.
Its best growth is in the rearview mirror.
According to my friend Andy Snyder at Manward Press, elite investors who got in during Facebook’s “VPO” have already had a shot to see 919,440% gains.
Here’s why that matters…
Andy is locked onto a small startup that he believes is poised to be the #1 tech disrupter of the decade.
He says it’s going to be a MAJOR metaverse player.
In fact, Andy’s convinced this massive “VPO” opportunity could hand out 100X in the next five years.
But if a major Big Tech player like Facebook sets its sights on it… that number could rocket even higher… even faster.
Do NOT miss out.
Facebook isn’t the only company that’s handed out massive VPO gains. Every $100 in Amazon’s 1995 VPO could’ve turned into $33 million. If that sounds like the kind of win you’d like a chance at…