There are two types of equity crowdfunding intermediaries – they are called funding portals and broker-dealers. Find out what the key differences are and why investors should know the difference between the two entities.
The book Equity Crowdfunding for Investors is still the most comprehensive, thorough, and well-researched reference as of mid 2019 for Regulation Crowdfunding investors. We discuss what makes it stand above the rest in today’s book review.
Equity crowdfunding is sometimes referred to as “micro-angel investing.” While it may have a lot in common with angel investing, there are also many differences for the crowdfund investor to be aware of.
This month, we review the book Thinking in Bets by author and former professional poker player Annie Duke. The book is all about making decisions in uncertain environments, whether that is in poker, investing, or other areas of life.
In his book Principles, Ray Dalio shares his life and work principles. We read the book and break out the key lessons for investors in this summary, including how to apply these lessons to Reg CF investing.