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Neil Emilfarb’s Dukley Gardens & Marina

Montenegro is a Mediterranean country located in southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea. If we had only two words to describe Montenegro, it would certainly be these words: Mountains and Sea. The country is small but has fascinating...
by We care about your travel on May 17, 2016

Neil Emilfarb’s Dukley Gardens & Marina

Montenegro is a Mediterranean country located in southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea. If we had only two words to describe Montenegro, it would certainly be these words: Mountains and Sea. The country is small but has fascinating...
by We care about your travel on Nov 13, 2015

Why You Can’t Really Include Non-accredited Investors in Rule 506 Offerings

One common misconception I encounter among startups is the idea that companies raising capital can include non-accredited investors in Rule 506[1] offerings. While it is technically true that a Rule 506 offering may include up to 35 non-accredited i...
by Strictly Business on Aug 31, 2015

How do I buy Facebook Stock before the IPO? This is how

Want to get buy a piece of Facebook? SecondMarket, the service that lets you buy private company stock, is your way in. But first you must qualify as an “accredited investor.” By SEC definition, an accredited investor earns more than $200...

Yes, there is still Facebook stock for sale

Goldman Sachs is no longer taking orders for Facebook shares, but that doesn’t mean that accredited investors still can’t buy in at that $50 billion valuation. For example, someone forwarded me a December solicitation from NYPPEX, whi...

Take Your Business Public: How To Work With Investors

Discovering the 'thumbscrews' of investors is crucial to getting them to take action. In over a decade of dealing with global investors there are several elements that I've discovered to be universal truths about the mind of the private investor (ang...
by Web-Work At Home on Mar 4, 2010

What is an Accredited Investor?

One of the more common questions I get from clients interested in raising capital is "what is an accredited investor?" The answer is spelled out in fairly plain english in Rule 501 of Regulation D. Related posts:Private Placements – A Brief O...
by IndianaStartup.com on Sep 11, 2009


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