Another December is upon us, and once again it is time to dust off that flux capacitor, steal some plutonium and see what the future holds. Since I was 4 for 4 in my 2014 predictions, last year I proclaimed myself a “Crowdfinance Clairvoyant”. Although I didn’t score as well this year, don’t revoke my […]
It is not easy distinguishing between a market bubble and a revolution. I believe that even in today’s highly valued startup climate, we are witnessing the latter.
Tis the season to reflect, predict and, for some, to even gloat a little. And by some, I mean “me”. I am proud to announce that every single one of my 2014 crowdfinance prognostications rang true. Just as I projected at the start of this year: Institutional as well as retail capital poured into P2P […]
By alluring the masses to the promising world of P2P investing, can Lending Club’s high profile IPO avert a looming retirement crisis?
On October 21, 2014 – Two and a half years after the signing of the JOBS Act – a group of crowdfinance luminaries and Wall Street veterans assembled in New York City to outline a more practical framework for “unaccredited crowdfunding” – one that would essentially restore the once thriving small cap IPO ecosystem that […]