📚 Alt. Investment Term of the Week: Equity Crowdfunding

  • Community Manager

    Equity Crowdfunding:

    Definition, found on Investopedia
    Raising money from small public investors (who collectively form the "crowd") primarily through online forums and social media.
    In exchange for relatively small amounts of cash, investors get a proportionate slice of equity in a business venture. In the past, business owners raised such funds by borrowing from friends and family, applying for a bank loan, appealing to angel investors, or by going to a private equity or venture capital firm.

    Find out, also, in our previous post, here:

    • More on what Equity Crowdfunding (ECF) involves
    • What returns are for investors
    • Other reasons to invest ECF
    • How ECF is different from P2P lending/financing or debt crowdfunding

    Disclaimer: Nothing in this article should be construed as, constitute, or form a recommendation, financial advice, or an offer from CrowdFund Talks. We are not to be held accountable for any losses on any investments made by readers. The content and materials made available are for informational purposes only.

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    Are other folks in the community also investing on ECF platforms? Are you?

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