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Teeka’s “Crypto’s FINAL Shock” Picks (The “Millionaire-Maker” Portfolio)

January 26, 2024 by Anders

If you're wondering what Teeka's "Final Shock" crypto picks are from his "Millionaire-Maker" portfolio then you're in the right place.

In this post we'll be exposing these picks for free.

The teaser:

Like many of Teeka's teasers, this one is an interview-like presentation where he is joined by John Burke...

Source: Palmbeachgroup.com

The presentation is very long, but luckily for this one, there was a transcript made available, which I always end up going to if possible so that I can skip through all the fluff that is so common in Teeka's presentations.

Most of the first half is full of him bragging about how much money he's helped earn people and how this is the biggest chance of your lifetime... and how it "may be the easiest wealth-generating event in history."

Teeka goes on and on about this "shock" that the cypto market is about to experience and finally gets to the point over halfway through the teaser and tells us that it's the bitcoin halving event that he's talking about... which is when the BTC mined per block is slashed in half, which means the BTC coming into the market is slashed in half.

As he showed, this event has been historically followed by big upswings in price...

Source: Palmbeachgroup.com

... and he suggests capitalizing on these upswings by buying a handful of coins that he's picked... coins that he thinks will give you the biggest bang for your buck.

He gives us a free pick in the presentation... which is Bitcoin and nothing to be excited about. But, there are 4 other coins he doesn't really give any clues on.

We'll expose these coins for free in a second, of course, but normally you'd have to subscribe to his Palm Beach Letter advisory service in order to get access to the special report - Crypto's Final Shock: The "Millionaire-Maker" Portfolio - in order to get your hands on them.

Source: Palmbeachgroup.com

Will April's Bitcoin halving really be that big?

If you've been following Teeka for a while or are just into crypto then you probably know about the Bitcoin halving events.

In a nutshell, it is programmed into Bitcoin's code to cut the amount of Bitcoins coming into the market in half every so often. 

The way it works is like this: Bitcoin miners that mine bitcoin (solve complex mathematical problems and process transactions to keep the network running) do so with the incentive to receive BTC when 'blocks' are mined, which happens at a rate of about 1 block mined every 10 minutes. 

In order to protect against inflation and other reasons, the creators of Bitcoin programmed it so that the reward rate of the amount of BTC that's received during the mining process is slashed in half every so often. This has happened about every 4 years and the next halving event is expected to be this April 2024... at block #740,000.

Teeka tells us it will happen on April 16th, but really there is no exact set date. It just depends on when this block # is hit.

When this happens, the number of BTC rewarded per block will drop from 6.25 BTC to 3.125 BTC.

With a lesser supply of new BTC coming into the market, the price has increased historically as shown here...

Source: Palmbeachgroup.com

... and Teeka expects this halving event to be monumental because of the increasing crypto adoption we've been seeing as of late.

The "Final Shock" crypto picks exposed

In typical Teeka fashion, we are given one of his picks for free and then left with no real clues as to the other 4. 

Sure, it's nice that he gives away his first pick, but this is nothing special. It's just Bitcoin... only the biggest crypto coin that exists.

That said, I've spent a good bit of time scouring the internet waiting for someone to leak the information on these picks. It almost always happens and this is no exception.

I was lucky enough to come across a comment by an alleged Teeka subscriber who claims these picks are:

Just to reiterate here. His 5 picks for the Crypto's Final Shock: The "Millionaire-Maker" Portfolio are:

  1. Bitcoin (BTC)
  2. Ethereum (ETH)
  3. The Graph (GRT)
  4. Stellar (XLM)
  5. Chainlink (LINK)

***IF ANYONE ELSE CAN CONFIRM THESE PICKS, THAT WOULD BE GREAT!!***

Quick Recap & Conclusion

  • Teeka claims there's a "Final Shock" coming to the crypto market, which we later find out is the next Bitcoin halving.
  • He believes a handful of cryptos are the safest and best way to capitalize on this event, and the first of which he gives us for free - Bitcoin.
  • In order to get the rest of his picks, you'd normally need to join his Palm Beach Letter advisory service to get the special report: Crypto's Final Shock: The "Millionaire-Maker" Portfolio.
  • We've been able to reveal these picks thanks to an alleged subscriber of his, which are: Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), The Graph (GRT), Stellar (XLM), and Chainlink (LINK).

And that's it. I hope you've found this review helpful! Let us know what you think of these picks below!

Anders


Anders is the founder and chief editor of Green Bull Research. When he's not investigating new opportunities and adding to his portfolio, you might find him taking a nature walk or reading a Steven Pressfield novel.

  • Bitcoin has been very unpredictable. It was interesting to see that the price of Bitcoin dropped as soon as the Bitcoin ETF’s went on line. By making it easy to get, the demand issue is reduced. The supply has now been established mostly by Black Rock so the panic has evaporated. Halving is supposed to mean a 50% reduction of Bitcoin production caused by a change in the algorithm. With the supply already there it seems to be a that a rush to buy is diminished.

  • He has thrown about 6-8 different crypto’s and as a crypto investor myself I want to say any idiot can pick BTC and ETH. LINK is a good pick, but GRT and XLM are pretty mediocre in my opinion. You could literally pick any random 6 cryptos in the top 100 market cap and make 10x in the bull market.

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