Why is the eVest Marketplace important to you and me?

So, you’re sitting in your local pub regurgitating the horrible loss that the Jacksonville Jaguar fans just experienced. Can’t talk about it anymore while your buddy revels in another Raider victory. Don’t you just hate that? You need to change-up the conversation asap.  “Hey, I just invested in a new cannabis deal that just hit …

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Why Is It That Raising Capital is the Easy Part?

No,  when it comes to raising capital there is no magic bullet to load into your mystical Colt 45. Something like that just simply doesn’t exist. And,  when you have a properly underwritten deal under contract, boldly and broadly hosted on a syndication platform, there’s just not a guarantee the capital will come. There aren’t …

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The Wonderful World of Alternative Investing

Investors are now looking for opportunities to achieve their goals by expanding their portfolios while cushioning themselves against the market uncertainties after a shaky traditional market for stocks and bonds in 2020. Having access to alternative investments makes this possible. However, there are some risks involved. Thus, the need to be acquainted with the various …

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Can You Believe We Used To Pay $20,000 For A PPM?

PPM Cottage Industry Blows up Private Placement Memorandums (PPM’s) are legal disclosure documents that are used by small business start-ups and entrepreneurs to raise money through private securities transactions. They are presented to prospective investors during the sale of stock or security in a business. Naturally, private Sponsors would like to pump up their growth …

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ACCREDITATION 101

In the financial world, an accredited investor is a person or a business corporation with a special status under the financial regulation laws. These kinds of investors range from high income individuals, financial institutions, banks to large corporations that have access to high-risk investment portfolio like trust funds, angel investments and venture capital. The U.S …

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REGULATION D, RULE 506 (C)

In the U.S., the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under Regulation D refers to an accredited investor as a registered broker, investment advisor, business entity or a person who financially knowledgeable and enjoys reduced requirements by the regulatory disclosure filings. The accredited investors include HNWI (high net worth individuals), banks, trusts, insurance companies and brokerages. …

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2021 is the Year of Wall Street’s Disruption and the Party is Just Getting Started

Jacksonville, Florida February 3, 2021 – It is often said that change is the only constant.  Disruption was the name of the game in 2020 and it will likely continue to be the dominant theme in 2021.  When the word “disruptor” is used, most people shift their thoughts to specific industries, such as the auto …

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