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The Floyd Mayweather of Investing

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted June 10, 2021

Last Sunday, YouTube sensation Logan Paul fought Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition match.

The fight had been hyped for months, with folks who know nothing about boxing declaring Paul was the next Mike Tyson. And folks like me, who have been watching the fights for decades, shook their heads in disgust.

How did this happen?

How did one of the greatest boxers of all time get lured into fighting some kid who, in all honesty, didn’t even earn the privilege of stepping into that ring?

As a fight fan, I found this whole thing incredibly depressing.

I know guys who’ve been training for most of their lives. They’ve put in the work. They’ve put in the sacrifice. And none of them have millions of dollars just lying around that they can use to hire the best trainers, coaches, and nutritionists. And even if they did, that still wouldn’t guarantee them a fight with a guy like Mayweather.

Of course, even with all that stuff, Logan Paul still didn’t have a shot.

It’s funny, though. After the fight, folks were talking about how impressed they were that Paul lasted the full eight rounds.

Make no mistake: The only reason Paul went eight rounds is because Mayweather let him go eight rounds.

Still, plenty of hardcore boxing fans were angry at Mayweather for even taking the fight. But in all fairness, why wouldn’t he?

He just got paid $50 million for 24 minutes of work.

That breaks down to more than $2 million per minute!

If I were a pro fighter and someone offered me $50 million to get in the ring with an unseasoned amateur and toy with him like a drunken cat with a ball of yarn for 24 minutes, I wouldn’t hesitate. Only a fool would turn down a gift like that.

The bottom line is that when it comes to wealth creation, it’s never about anything more than just making logical decisions. And for Mayweather, taking that fight was obviously a logical decision.

Make a Logical Decision!

One of the things I like about Mayweather is that he always seems to know what his opponent is going to do just a split second before it happens.

That plus his undeniable skills and lightning speed are what made him the champion he is.

Similar things could be said for some of the world’s greatest investors too.

Guys like Warren Buffett, Peter Thiel, and Jeff Bezos. It’s as if they’re always just one step ahead of everyone else... always on the pulse of the next big trend before it actually comes to fruition.

The difference between being a successful pro fighter and a successful investor, however, is that you don’t have to train for decades and get your face smashed in to get ahead of major investment trends. You just need to know where to look for these opportunities. 

As an Energy and Capital member, rest assured that you’re always one step ahead of everyone else because our editors are always one step ahead of everyone else.  

It’s how we've helped our members make millions of dollars in cannabis, renewable energy, and cryptocurrencies. — by getting you in early on these opportunities before Wall Street had any idea what was going on.

And it’s why we’re keeping you in the loop today, with things like the psychedelics industry and next-generation liquid solar technologies.

Truth is, if investment analysts were boxers, Energy and Capital would be the gym where Floyd Mayweather, Mike Tyson, and Muhammad Ali trained. Yeah, we’re that good. And we have the track records to prove it.

So if you’re serious about building and protecting your wealth, you’ll take our analysis very seriously and, of course, act on it.

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To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth...

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Jeff is the founder and managing editor of Green Chip Stocks, a private investment community that capitalizes on opportunities in alternative energy, organic food markets, legal cannabis, and socially responsible investing. He has been a featured guest on Fox, CNBC, and Bloomberg Asia, and is the author of the best-selling book, Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks. For more on Jeff, go to his editor's page.

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