Real Estate as an Alternative Investment for Non-Accredited Investors
Real estate crowdfunding has experienced rapid growth in the US. Yet most opportunities have been made available only to accredited investors. As securities laws are updated to accommodate the emerging innovation of internet finance traditional methods of funding real estate projects are being disrupted. At times this has created an opportunity for smaller investors to participate in asset classes previously denied. Under current rules, an accredited investor is defined as an individual who earns $200,000+
3 charts that show the effect of venture fundraising on founder ownership | PitchBook News
Raising money will inevitably dilute the stakes of company investors, employees and founders, but the idea is that the growing total valuation results in a net positive, as it increases the value...
What high-net-worth investors should expect for 2017
Asking ‘what if’ questions and trying to understand the issues and trends that might affect your ability to protect and preserve wealth is a prudent move for every investor
All the Public Startup Pitch Decks in One Place – Startup Grind
A few weeks ago, Joshua Levy and I announced we were starting work on The Open Guide to Startup Fundraising.
How Crowdfunding in Canada Works [Infographic]
Equity crowdfunding is just starting to take off in Canada, investors and companies will benefit from a new way to access capital. We outline the major types of crowdfunding operating in Canada and how they work.
Public Investing vs. Private Investing
Investing in public companies: A breakdown of the differences between public investments and private investments.
6 Things Investors Need to Look For in a Startup [Infographic]
A handy infographic listing the 6 most important things investors should look at when considering investing in a startup.
How Fintech is Shaping the Future of Global & Canadian Finance
Fintech refers to technology enabled business models that aim to disrupt the traditional financial services market. Long protected by proprietary technologies, standards, and regulations, the financial services industry is the biggest industry ripe for disruption.
Canadian Fintech Ecosystem
We split the Canadian fintech ecosystem into categories based on the services they offer, who they are helping and which area of the financial industry they are disrupting.