L.A.U.N.C.H. Investor

My name is Shah Gilani, and I’ve been in financial markets for over 40 years.

I started as a trader at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). Then I spent years as a VP at London’s Lloyds Bank.

I spent over a decade running two million-dollar hedge funds.

And after all these years, there are two things I know for sure:

  1. The tiniest companies produce the largest gains
  2. Investing in small, early-stage businesses is speculation, but it’s not a game of darts. It must be strategic.

Which is why I’ve distilled all my experience – knowledge, successes, mistakes – into a straightforward framework that I use myself to evaluate every early-stage investment opportunity that comes my way.

I call it L.A.U.N.C.H.

It’s a six-part evaluation system that targets and evaluates the best microcaps in the world.

Right now, there are more than 1,800 early-stage publicly traded stocks around $5 a share.

But most are worthless.

Only about a dozen of them are worth investing in at any given time.

Our L.A.U.N.C.H. system whittles it down to only the best.

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