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Want to rise above the crowd in crowdfund investing?
Are you an investor or entrepreneur looking to get in on the newest big thing on Wall Street? Crowdfund Investing For Dummies walks you through this new investing experience, explaining everything you need to know about crowdfund investing: how much funding you can realistically raise; how to plan and launch a campaign; how to manage the crowd after a campaign is successful; and how to work within the SEC's regulations at every stage.
Open the book and find:
Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best, and Zak Cassady-Dorion are the founders of Startup Exemption (developers of the crowdfund investing framework used in the 2012 JOBS Act). They deeply understand the process, rules, disclosures, and risks of capital formation from both the entrepreneur's and the investor's points of view.
A lot of the stuff is just repeating chapter after chapter.
Summary of the book:
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This is a great read and covers more than expected. Authors Sherwood Neiss, Jason W. Best, and Zak Cassidy-Dorion provide in great detail how this revolutionary model for raising... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andrew Guido / iQuest Inc.
I did not get the feeling the authors actually have worked in money raising - meaning really walked the walk and what is their track record in that business
It is a basic... Read more
If you are looking for a way to get rich through crowdfunding, Crowdfund Investing for Dummies is NOT the book for you. Read morePublished 19 months ago by DRob
This book is a great overview of all the changes that have just come about for funding start companies. This is a great road map for all the new funding/investment laws. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jessica Teel
Rather long winded on some things while managing to skip many basics. Other reviews make note of the repetition etc. My guess is someone said "more pages! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bugsy123
The authors lived through the process of creating the JOBS act and this is more useful as a perspective on that process than a guide to the current state of the crowfund industry. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Donald Rule
I enjoyed the book and felt it reinforced some assumptions I had and provided good resources for things I did not know.Published 23 months ago by F. Ferguson