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"The Local Small Business Investing Revolution - small investors who are shifting their focus from Wall Street to Main Street”  

"Recently a prominent investor described the current investing environment as a 'haunted house market' where a new scary event lurks around every corner - investing 'local' outweigh the risks -- it's more 'fun house' than 'haunted house.' Small business investments offer a unique opportunity to generate attractive returns that are less correlated to public stock and bond markets." 


1.    In 2015, equity portals will raise $34.4 billion. This is over 12 times the amount raised in 2012.

2.    The crowdfunding industry is projected to grow to over $300 billion by 2025.

3.    Title III and Regulation A+, the SEC’s new crowdfunding rules, will drastically expand the number of investors eligible to participate in equity crowdfunding offerings. The pool of eligible investors will expand from the roughly 8.5 million accredited investors in the United States to the entire U.S. population of 230 million.

4.    While the pool of eligible investors will expand, the average (mean) 401k balance in the United States is only $101,650, making liquidity crucial for retail investors.

5.    The total size of the U.S. commercial real estate market is $7 trillion. Crowdfunding makes up only $2.5 billion of this market, indicating much room for growth.

6.    62% of self-directed IRA investors report that they either plan to or already have increased their allocation of non-traded alternatives in response to market volatility.

7.    Alternative assets are projected to account for over 26% of total institutional portfolios by the end of 2016.

8.    Between 1980 and 2000, an average of 311 firms went public every year. From 2001 to 2011, this number fell to an average of 99 IPOs per year.

9.    In the developing world, an estimated 344 million households, using savings, would be able to deploy $96 billion each year by 2025 in small crowdfunded investments in community businesses.

10.    Investors in technology startups currently have to hold their position in any one investment for an average of seven years.

So what’s the upshot of all these statistics? It’s simple. Equity Portal funding is moving from a niche investment product to a legitimate investment option for millions of Americans.


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