Investors Can Now Invest In Early Stage Startups

Investing in startups online begins with you creating a profile. Sign up is free and there is no obligation to invest in startups on our funding portal. Find the best companies that fit your investment goals. Equity crowdfunding in today’s environment enables both non accredited and accredited investors to invest in startup companies fundraising and gain ownership, or a promise of future returns. Support the companies you love!

  • 1. Create a Profile

  • 2. Develop Your Goals

  • 3. Explore Opportunities

  • 4. Choose an Investment

  • 5. Build your portfolio

Investors Can Now Invest In Early Stage Startups

Become an Angel Investor in an Early Stage Startup Company!

Equity Raisers has made angel investing easy for first time investors. Now you can learn how to invest in startups online using our funding portal. Equity crowdfunding has opened up the investment community to unaccredited investors. Now you can invest in an early stage startup alongside accredited investors. Startup funding begins with a $100 investment. The American JOBS Act allows you to take advantage of the Regulation Crowdfunding rules. You may invest in Regulation CF of Title III offerings within our funding portal with future Regulation A+ of Title IV offerings soon to come.

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Ask yourself if you can handle the risk—and the potential loss of your investment

Both are real possibilities when it comes to companies that issue securities using crowdfunding. The venture may not succeed. Startups and early-stage ventures can and do fail. You should be able to afford, and be prepared to lose, your entire investment. If you are risk-averse, are just starting to invest, have only a little money to invest, or may need the money in the short term, crowdfunding investments likely are not for you.

Read and understand the educational and financial information, and all disclosures, provided

If you are working with a financial professional, or seeking information over a crowdfunding platform’s communication channel, ask direct questions about the investment, including worst-case scenarios. It’s also a good idea to seek a second, or even third, opinion especially when it comes to highly speculative investments. This might include checking with an accountant who understands financial balance sheets and likely has no vested interest in the investment.

Recognize that fraud is a possibility

As with all investment opportunities, the possibility of fraud is real. Protect yourself by understanding the tactics a fraudster might use—and how to avoid them. Check out investment professionals using FINRA’s Funding Portals Web page. Under Reg CF, offerings must be conducted through a registered broker or funding portal. A basic Internet search is also valuable. Proceed with caution if you turn up legal or regulatory concerns about company officials, or news reports that raise other red flags.

Revisit your financial goals

Setting clear, prioritized goals—each with steps to achieve the goal, a price tag and a time frame—will help guide your investment approach, including whether crowdfunding offerings have a place in your portfolio. Basic strategies such as asset allocation and diversification can help manage risk and make sound investment decisions.

Risks of Investing in Startups with an Equity Crowdfunding Portal
Investing in startups and early stage companies is very risky, highly speculative, and an investments should not be made by anyone who cannot afford to risk the entire investment. By using this Equity Funding Portal you understand the risks associated with investing in securities offered on the portal, including:
1. Complete loss of your investment (you may loose entire investment)
2. Lack of Liquidity (inability to sell to a third party)
3. Rarity of Dividends (many companies do not disperse monthly payments)
4. Possibility of Dilution (cap-tables may be expanded as more investors join the company)
5. Lack of Investment Diversification
6. Limited Public Information
7. No Redemption Rights
Yearly Investment Limit for Title III Crowdfunding Campaigns
Under the Title III of the JOBS Act, over a 12-month period, you will be limited to investing:
the greater of: $2,000 or 5 percent of the lesser of your annual income or net worth if either annual income or net worth is less than $100,000; or 10 percent of the lesser of your annual income or net worth, not to exceed an amount sold of $100,000, if both annual income and net worth are $100,000 or more.
No Investment Advice or Recommendations from this Equity Funding Portal
You should not interpret any content posted on the Equity Funding Portal as tax, legal, financial, or investment advice or a recommendation to invest in any offering posted on the Equity Funding Portal. Any decision to invest shall be based solely on your own evaluation and analysis of the risks involving a particular offering and is made at your own risk.
Due Diligence Review
You are responsible for conducting legal, accounting and other due diligence review on the issuer’s and offerings posted on the Equity Funding Portal and to determine whether the investment is suitable for your investment needs.

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