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 […]
A summary of leading online “angel” marketplaces, their revenue models and the types of deals they offer Click here to download the pdf version with links Make sure to read Profiting from the Crowdfinance Revolution for beneficial due diligence tips.
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 […]
With the exception of the occasional red-hot IPO, investments don’t sell themselves. If they did, there wouldn’t be much need for financial media, research analysts or investment advisors. Nor would there be any acting gigs for former Law & Order stars, who always seem to wind up back on the airways, peddling some sort of […]
Following the SEC’s 568 pages of proposed rules for Title III Crowdfunding, I released a comparison chart highlighting the benefits and drawbacks of selected crowdfinance offerings including 506c offerings, proposed Title III Crowdfunding, Intrastate Crowdfunding and Registered Crowdfunding. In addition to rousing a great deal of interest in Wall Street’s latest corporate finance structures, the chart […]