If you're excited about Teeka Tiwari's Tech Royalty Summit and want more information on what are Tech Royalties you're in the right place.
“Tech Royalty Summit” with Teeka Tiwari
Now, before we move on make sure to grab your virtual seat for the Tech Royalties Summit before they ran out. However, stick around if you have questions about it.
Let's Talk Traditional and Tech Royalties
Most of us are familiar with how royalties work in a day to day life. Just think about authors, musicians, and other artists that get paid for their work based on a percentage of the sales.
For example, the richest author in history is no other than Harry Potter writer, J.K. Rowling has made her fortune due to royalties. While she denies being a billionaire, the New York times estimated Rowling made at least $1.15 billion thanks to the standard author's royalty cut of 15% on a $7.7 billion that the HP novels made. That's not counting the likely $770 million from the movies as well.
Now imagine having a piece of that, even if it's just 1% of her earning? That 1% would equal $11,500,000 in royalties from $1.5 billion in sales. Not too shabby considering Harry Potter was rejected 12 times before it got published.
How much do you think it would cost to stake her for the 1% royalty? I would say not more than few hundred bucks would get you that. Now that's what I call a worthy investment.
Is changing a few hundreds into $11.5 million possibly? I think it could be over the next 10 to 20 years with technology gains.
Tech Royalty vs Tech Stock
So, while investing in artists to get a share of their royalties is less popular and raely accessible getting them from the company's revenue is an increasingly popular unique form of investment.
It's really as easy as investing into a stok, or maybe even easier.
So How do Royalties in Business work?
Royalties can be used to have a percentage ownership of future production or revenues of a company that will be paid at specified intervals like annually, quarterly, or monthly.
In a way it's a hybrid between peer-to-peer loan and capital venture. However, unlike those were you either make a limited amount of money from interest or have to wait a long time it can payout monthly for life, like music royalties.
So, you end up investing in a business in exchange for part ownership of the company receive monthly, quarterly, or annual payouts based on the revenue of the company.
Low risk and possible high reward? What's not to love?
So, how does that differ from stocks?
Well, royalties provide a more stable and fairly low-risk alternative to owning a stock of a company. Stocks tend to fluctuate and normally you only make your money back if the company puts out an IPO or is acquired.
Don't get me wrong owning a stock can be very beneficial but it's also problematic unless you're millionaire.
Let's take for example the claim that if you bought Amazon stocks 20 years ago you would be filthy rich today. Sure, if you managed to get it at around $6 (lowest it was after dot com boom) you would see a 53384.6% in 20 years.
However, do you see a certain problem with this? First of all, it was very short window of opportunity and do you really think you would hold it until 2021?
At 2010 Amazon was barely breaking $100 per share and didn't seem to move at all. It wasn't until 2013 it hit $400, and almost $700 in 2015 and over $2k in 2018.
Do you really think you would hold it until now? I don't know about you but I'll most likely sell it way before that. In fact, what makes us think $3,200 is the limit?
With royalties you don't have that problem because you're constantly getting payments which is a great insentive to keep your share, at least part of it.
So, while you don't own part of the business with royalties you do benefit directly from their revenue with regular payouts.
Teeka Tiwari's “Tech Royalty” Retirement Plan
Now that you have a general idea of how it works. Let's dig deeper into Teeka's take on collecting royalties on new technology in the new subsector of the crypto market.
Sounds fancy, right? Well, it's actually much simpler than regular business royalties, so no worries. In fact, all you do is invest a small position into certain crypto projects that payout rewards.
In a way, you sponsor/help out these projects and they reward you with more coins/tokens. Based on Teeka's research Technology Royalties pay an average yield of 10%, and that's not factoring in the price of the token/coin.
For example, one of Teeka Tiwari's Tech Royalties investments has a reward rate of 7% annually but the token itself is up over 641%. Let's do simple math on that.
For example, if you bought 100 tokens at $5 each resulting in a $500 investment for that specific crypto project you would have 107 tokens after a year.
However, those 107 tokens will no longer be worth $535 based on the original price of $5 each. With a 641% gain and additional 7 tokens, it would be worth $3429.35 after a year.
A Better Retirement Plan with Teeka Tiwari?
You can see how such royalty-based investments can be beneficial for people that are risk-averse compared to gambling. Which makes a perfect plan for retirement or even early retirement.
That's why Teeka Tiwari is hosting the Tech Royalty Summit to explain this further. During the summit, you'll learn why this such an important move. Just imagine the gains possible with crypto with the stability of royalty-based payouts. A match made in financial heaven.
Now, my above example of $5 per token might not do it justice. It's a lowball one-year estimate, but imagine getting 7 bitcoins every year? That's more than $350,000 per year just from the additional Bitcoins at the current price.
You would be almost in the 1% of top earners in America by just getting 7 bitcoins. Now if Bitcoin hits $100,000 that would be $700,000 per year in added Bitcoin value alone.
Just imagine what that could do to your savings or retirement.
Details on Big T's Technology Royalty Summit
The big summit with Teeka Tiwari is happening on February 24th, 2021!
On it you'll learn about:
- What Teeka Tiwari calls an investment of the decade
- New Crypto subsector that went up 7,917% in the last two years
- A way to “own” a piece of technology that pays royalties
- Capital gains like:
- On top of that yearly income returns:
- even 36%
All of that on Teeka Tiwari's Tech Royalty Summit