I just did my second appearance on his show yesterday. Despite a technical issue (things froze and crashed on his end) we powered though and you can see the archive here or you can jump to my part here. It was a great show.
Vin released “Counter Markets” a few months ago, he sent me the first three issues to review and I was very impressed. Counter Markets is written from the Agorist perspective, how can you profit in the new economy? What are the trends you should be following? How can you profit from these trends?
I was impressed by the content, and that isn’t easy to do. We live in a world where in many ways content is now produced in such quantity that getting someone to pay for more requires something special. I think Vin and his team have nailed it in that regard.
In the first three issues, I have learned a lot about a booming trend in housing called the “Co-Living Trend”. Most are high density dorm like housing for millennials in the tech industry. They tend to be in expensive tech areas like Silicon Valley and even Austin Texas. I would not use this trend as it is described but it has given me thoughts about a new way to market “Tiny House Living” on my property.
I also learned in great detail the story behind Uber and Lyft being pushed out of Austin, and how the gray market then created “Arcade City” with ride shares being accomplished on Facebook Groups. How that splintered into Swarm City and why the Swarm may become the disrupter of the disrupters in almost no time at all. This understanding has changed the way I am viewing crypto currencies and block chain technology.
The cost of Counter Markets is 149.99 a year for 12 issues. Each issue has about 60-70 pages of amazing content that drills down on the most important counter market trends of the current month. That might sound expensive but it isn’t for the quality of the information you receive. It is like having your own team to drill down and find the best information each month and prepare a concise report for you on Counter and Gray Market activities. Frankly I am glad it is expensive, I am glad that you have to buy it to see what is inside of it. I think it will give subscribers and edge in the changing markets.
Of course, when Vin asked me to promote it I asked him to do an MSB discount and I got you a BIG ONE, how about 50 dollars? You do realize that is the entire cost of a year of MSB at full price, right? The discount code has already been added to the MSB and you can find it on the benefits page.
Not Sure Yet? How about getting to look inside first with a free issue? To do that just go to www.countermarkets.com and sign up for your free copy. But if you decide to subscribe after that be sure to use the MSB discount when you do.