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Equity Investing Portals

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Reviews, research, and analysis of top ranked venture, angel, and crypto fund managers leveraging innovative platform technology.



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Improved access to alternative investments at a lower cost with greater insight. How the most exciting new companies are offering an opportunity to invest and get in at the earliest stages that had previously been inaccessible. We cover innovative and disruptive technologies delivering the next generation of solutions to curious investors and fund managers. We are committed to producing independent research, analysis, and insights on these new wealth generating opportunities and sharing insights to invest with a value based, long term approach.


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Alternative Investments

An alternative investment is an asset that is not conventional, as opposed to stocks and bonds. Within alternatives private equity and venture capital (VC) has evolved into one of the most significant asset classes due to high returns. Startup companies, created at fraction of the time as previous businesses, are achieving billion dollar valuations, netting investors previously unheard of multiples and performance far outpacing traditional assets.

Most investing in these alternatives is highly regulated and historically was limited to wealthy individuals. In the past it was necessary to be fit the SEC's definition of wealthy enough via an accreditation process. These regulations are changing. Typically investors in these alternatives have been individual angel investors, fund managers of venture capital, private equity, and select hedge funds. Alternative Investments historically have been used for diversification and hedging. Alternative Investments typically have different costs or fee structures as well as tax considerations.

New forms of access to risk, and therefore returns, are arising through new regulations and the growth platforms providing access to equity and initial coin offerings. In other words, they're newer, more of an adventure and ripe for someone with their eye fixed on tomorrow, like yourself.

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