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How the JOBS Act Will Impact Crowd Investors

September 25, 2015

The 2012 JOBS Act and upcoming Title III enactment has and will further impact the early-stage startup capital raising process, as well as broaden investor access to early-stage investment opportunities. In Vincent Bradley's article "The Dangers (and Rewards) of Investing in a Startup" published by The Street, he examines the various risks and benefits that come with these new regulations.

Early-stage companies are well-known for being risky investments -- from potential regulatory hurdles to long-term and volatile return prospects, early-stage investors are traditionally warned to proceed with caution.

However, despite the potential downsides, the benefits of equity crowdfunding provide investors with broader access to startup investment opportunities and potentially high-growth returns.

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