Malcolm gives us a general overview of how campaign pages are setup. If you have any questions email us at [email protected] – thanks!
We’ve all heard this stat as a warning to both would-be founders and investors. A shot across the bow about the supposedly near-guaranteed failure one faces when starting or investing in a new business. There’s only one problem with this stat. It’s just plain wrong.
Diving into financial planning resources or investment strategy tips can feel more like a personality test than a mathematical analysis. You’ll get questions like: Are you active or passive? Do you prefer growth or safety? Do you value short- or long-term rewards?
What if you didn’t want to retire? I’m not saying what if you couldn’t retire. I mean actually saying “no thanks” to the whole concept of retirement because you have better things to do.
Building a portfolio of private investments can feel like sailing out on uncharted waters. “I’m not a financial planner” you might say, why would I trust myself to build a portfolio of individual stonks? Great question, you responsible investor you. Before you go all out sailing the 4 investing seas, Captain Malcolm is here to give you the investing equivalent of a beach entry pool access: $100 min investments + a variety of local options.
“Few movies have aged like It’s A Wonderful Life, the iconic Christmas classic most of us grew up watching. As of December 2, 2020 Esquire ranked it as the #1 Christmas movie of all time.”
If you’ve been browsing our campaigns you might have come across a few structured as rev share agreements. It’s a term that gets thrown around with microinvesting, but how exactly does it work?
At risk of getting flagged by the FBI, I’m going to lay out the easiest path to break into a SAFE. This method is not illegal, but can still make you some money if things go well.
I’m talking about Simple Agreements for Future Equity. This is a financial instrument that allows you to invest in early stage businesses planning for big growth.
2020 has been a tough year for most businesses. We’re beginning a Local Business Report series through which we will highlight different industries and the impact the last 12 months have had on them. The first industry in our series is fitness; in particular, we wanted to shine a light on gyms.
Some of our most common feedback responses were deal-specific questions about the terms, structure & potential returns of an offering.