Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Another jurisdiction moves forward on equity crowdfunding.. this time Colorado

Denver Business Journal is reporting a story about the state's first equity crowdfunding site getting up and going.

Purchasing a minority share interest in a small local business can be fun and give you a sense of contributing to the community.

I hesitate to call this 'investing' however because the net income (the place where dividends come from) is controlled by the spending decisions of management (normally the majority shareholder.)

To learn more about why sound small business investments are made via loans and leases and not equity, read my book Invest Local. Available at or from Amazon as a paperback or Kindle e-book.

First Colorado equity crowdfunding website up and running

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