Today we’re highlighting another startup that fits into what I call a “sweet spot” for equity crowdfunding: MF Fire. They’re disrupting wood stoves!
Targeting hated industries makes sense for early investors. And a net promoter score can help investors find those industries.
Medical cannabis is already beginning to disrupt the pharmaceutical space. As I’ll explain, it has the potential to take significant market share.
Roughly half of startups that get angel or venture seed money make it to the next round. Fortunately, a company’s use of funds sheds light on how the next 12 to 18 months could play out.
Imagine collecting a more than 1,000% return by investing in a pre-IPO Google. Until Title III of the JOBS Act, only the most connected, wealthiest individuals had access to these kinds of deals.
My friends often ask me if it was hard making the change from being a value investor to becoming an early-stage startup investor. I reply with a shrug and two words: “What change?”
Big news in the equity crowdfunding world: Virtual reality startup Virtuix will be open to the public for investment on March 23. Here’s why it’s the most exciting deal I’ve seen to date.
Some of the best startup opportunities are available to only select investors. The SEC has all the tools, information and public feedback it needs to level the playing field.
The rules have changed. Now the kind of growth from compound interest that makes investors serious money is taking place BEFORE companies go public. Here’s how to cash in.