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The JOBS Act is a new set of laws that will give all investors the ability to invest in early-stage, private companies. Learn all about the ins-and-outs of these new laws:
Thanks to a new phenomenon known as “crowdfunding” and websites like KickStarter, it’s easier than ever for a new business to get off the ground. But now there’s a new form of crowdfunding—“equity crowdfunding”—and it has the potential to change how you invest.
Where should you go to find private, early-stage investment opportunities? You should visit special websites known as “crowdfunding portals” that feature deals from all around the country. Learn more about them in this special video:
Venture Capitalists (or “VCs” for short) are professional money managers. But instead of investing in stocks, they invest in start-ups. Learn more about them below:
Just like Venture Capitalists, Angel Investors invest in start-ups. However, they don’t manage money for others, they invest their own capital. Find out how you can become an Angel Investor here:
For now, only certain types of investors can invest in start-ups and other types of private equity. But in the very near future, that will all change. Learn about who currently qualifies to invest in start-ups below:
The JOBS Act isn’t just one law, it’s a collection of laws designed to give investors access to early-stage, private investments. Learn about two of the most important components of The JOBS Act below:
For the first time in 83 years, all investors, regardless of net worth, have been given access to private equity investments. It’s thanks to a breakthrough component of The JOBS Act known as “Title IV.” You can learn more here:
In addition to our weekly emails and essays, Crowdability offers evergreen resources to help you become a more successful equity crowdfunding investor.
Here are some initial resources to get you started. Please check back often as we'll frequently be adding new reports and information.