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Investing in Our Children

Investing in Our Children
By Andy Gordon
Date March 8, 2018

Dear First Stage Investor,

Our March issue will be hitting your inbox in just a few days.

It’s one of our better issues, I believe.

Now, I can’t spill all the beans in advance. You’ll have a chance to catch all the details very soon.

But I can tell you that my business partner Adam has given you a startup that will make a great early investment and, I believe, an even better purchase.

I’ll let him make the case for this startup as an outstanding investment opportunity.

But today I want to share with you my thoughts on why I think this company’s product can have a huge and positive impact on the American family.

Frankly, I don’t like a lot of things about how kids spend their time and how parents manage (or fail to manage) their time.

The awful fact is, kids spend about eight hours a day in front of a screen.

Eight hours! That’s scary.

Now, I understand not all of it is gaming or passive entertainment (watching videos or TV).

But let’s face it, if even half that time is spent passively, then we as a country have a big problem. And we as parents and grandparents should be very concerned.

If that’s not enough, just as frightening is the fact that 70% of children have encountered inappropriate content online by accident.

And I can only imagine this happens a lot on purpose as well.

Let’s connect the dots…

Given these facts, is it a coincidence that our kids are scoring lower on their math and science exams than kids in several other countries?

Or that problems such as youth obesity and not staying fit are getting worse?

Or that even engaged parents too often have no idea what their children are exposed to online?

Perhaps it’s only fitting that if technology helped create these problems, it should now be a big part of the solution.

The stakes cannot be overstated here…

This is a massive problem that needs fixing.

As an investment opportunity, the company we’re about to show you goes a long way toward fixing this problem. Plus, it checks all our “why invest” boxes.

Normally, the discussion ends there.

But with this company, I hope it succeeds beyond the profits it would make its investors.

I want it to succeed because America needs it to succeed for the sake of our children and grandchildren, if nothing else.

In just a couple of days, you’ll be able to read all about this remarkable little startup.

Okay, I’m going to climb down from my soapbox now and wish you all a great weekend.

Good investing,


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