Crowd Investing Explained


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The Best Way To Profit From Private-Equity Crowdfunding:

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You may have heard about the JOBS (Jumpstart Our Business Startups) Act. What you may not know is that it just opened up an incredibly lucrative new option for direct investment that has not existed for most of us in 80 years.

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Crowd Investing Explained

  1. 1. Imagine getting to invest in companies like Microsoft, Facebook and Instagram when they’re still in their earliest stages
  2. 2. The early backers of these companies became incredibly wealthy and soon you could too
  3. 3. Ever since the Stock Market Crash of 1929, only accredited investors have had the right to invest in startups like these which went on to be worth billions
  4. 4. Thanks to the JOBS Act, starting in mid-2014, investing in startups will be legal for everyone… not just the wealthy
  5. 5. Right now the SEC is working to install new rules that would enable small companies to fundraise over the Internet by selling shares to the general public
  6. 6. Special crowdfunding websites called “funding portals” will make it easy for startups and investors to connect with each other
  7. 7. Currently, only accredited investors can use these funding portals
  8. 8. But the new rules would allow ordinary Americans to use them as well…
  9. 9. Investing small amounts…
  10. 10. In exchange for a share in the company
  11. 11. Depending on your income and net worth, you can invest anywhere from $100 to $100,000 per year
  12. 12. This is the first time in over 80 years that small business can receive investments from everyday citizens in exchange for equity
  13. 13. More entrepreneurs will be able to get their product off the ground without having to take the company public on the stock exchange
  14. 14. Which means you’ll be able to get in early with promising startups before they take off…
  15. 15. Earning you big profits
  16. 16. Some estimate that this new market for non-accredited investing could grow to be a $300 billion market. So those who invest early could score big as the market expands from nothing to billions  
  17. 17. Don’t miss out on this exciting new opportunity. Y just ou might be investing in the next Apple or Twitter before anyone else has even heard about it!
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