• Alternative Investment: Vetting Investment Ideas For William Blair Macro Allocation Fund Video

    http://www.williamblairfunds.com/alternatives We distribute our analyses without conclusions to each member of the team. Each member then independently develops his or her own conclusions. When we meet we're not looking for middle of the road conclusions—we want individuals with conflicting views to challenge one another. We believe the discussion produces a superior decision. This brief video is one in a series of straightforward answers to alternative investing questions. The speaker is Brian Singer, head of William Blair's Dynamic Allocation Strategies team. Brian is a board member and former chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors and is also a former member of the Research Foundation of CFA Institute Board of Trustees. In 1991, Brian co-wrote a landmark update to one of the p...

    published: 04 Mar 2014
  • Vetting Cash Buyers - Sales Training for Real Estate Investing

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-no-flipping-excuses-show/id1282055871?mt=2 Every successful Real Estate Investor knows that to make your business run smoothly you need to have a solid buyers list. This means you have to have buyers that you can count on to purchase your inventory. If you don't vet out your cash buyers, you can find yourself in the very precarious position of having a property that you can't sell. Having been in this position, Jason will walk you through what happened to him and how you can avoid the costly mistake of not properly vetting them out. See our new TV show: http://kutv.com/features/fresh-living/no-flipping-excuses Like our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/noflippingexcuses/ Check out our site: www.noflippingexcusesacademy.com Follow us on ...

    published: 04 Oct 2017
  • What are the Pros and Cons of Crowdfunded Real Estate? - REIClub.com

    http://www.REIClub.com Should You Be Crowd Funding Real Estate? Here Are Some Pros and Cons To Crowd Funded Real Estate... Hi, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com, your link to creative real estate. Today I’ve got a quick video covering the Pros and Cons of Crowdfunding Real Estate. Crowdfunding, generally speaking, is a way of spreading the risk – and the rewards – of an investment over a larger pool of people. Pros: 1. if you're limited on time, it is a good alternative to real estate investing 2. Crowdfunding real estate offers most all of the same benefits 3. Broaden your investment options - 100K vs 4x25K 4. Accessibility to accredited investors nationwide 5. Able to browse pre-vetted real estate investments 6. Easy online tracking of your investments 7. No toilets, tenants, and tr...

    published: 18 Sep 2015
  • ICO Review: Maecenas (ART) - A Decentralized Art Investment Platform

    Maecenas is creating a decentralized art gallery where shares of fine art are bought and sold. Full report by Crush Crypto: https://crushcrypto.com/analysis-of-maecenas/ Download the free ICO Guide which contains 6 simple steps for analyzing any ICOs to find the winning projects: https://crushcrypto.com/youtube/ Note: This is not a paid review. We do not offer promotional or advertising services. Our content is based on our own research, analysis and personal opinion. _______________________________________ What does the company/project do? Maecenas is creating a decentralized art gallery, which is a blockchain-driven platform where shares of fine art are bought and sold. Currently, only the rich can invest in expensive artwork because the price is high and it is difficult to obtain ...

    published: 26 Aug 2017
  • [ HOT NEWS ] Gop bill seeks tougher vetting of foreign investment in u.s.

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  • Marc Chaikin’s Checklist: Improve Your Trading and Investing with Fundamentals and Technicals

    In this live presentation, Marc Chaikin will introduce Mauldin Economics readers to Chaikin Analytics and his powerful, highly predictive stock vetting software. This system has changed the way Ed D’Agostino, publisher of Mauldin Economics, and his team of analysts evaluate investment opportunities. They’ve put this system to the test and are so impressed, they’ve integrated Chaikin Analytics into their routine due diligence process when vetting and evaluating potential investments. This simple strategy allows you to quickly evaluate stocks and options, better time entry and exit points and understand the market forces moving your portfolio. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to our YouTube channel...

    published: 10 Aug 2016
  • FAQ #3 What Should I Look For When Vetting Crowdfunded Real Estate Deals?

    Greg Hebner, Founder and CIO of Community Rebuild Partners shares tips on the ways to vett a real estate deal. For more information visit: http://investors2.wayfounder.com/inv-7 DISCLAIMER: The information on this video is provided solely for informational purposes and does not constitute an offer or solicitation of investment in WayFounder or any related companies. WayFounder makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, with respect to the data provided to you regarding any information provided by the companies or platforms on its web site and will not be liable in any way to you or to any other person for any inaccuracy, error or omission of any platform or company data.

    published: 08 May 2016
  • How do You Fund Your Business Before Investment

    Wil Schroter (http://www.bizplan.com/), CEO & Founder of Virtucon Ventures, explains the many ways to get your business going before actually seeking outside investment. In this video, Wil discusses a variety of funding options before investment. FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Docstoc is the largest online collection of business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/83711668/How-Do-You-Fund-Your-Business-Before-Investment

    published: 01 Jul 2011
  • Foreign investment in Bangladesh via Branch/Liaison office & Registration procedure?

    Hi my name is Ashiqul Islam, I am an associate working at FM Associates Bangladesh. There are major three options available for foreign investors to start investing in Bangladesh, e.g: Branch Office, Liaison Office and Private Limited Company. A liaison office cannot remit outside of Bangladesh, however, a branch office can remit outside of Bangladesh provided a prior approval has been taken from BIDA. Both of these offices may run for a time period allowed by BIDA, however, further renewal can be acquired. None of these establishments shall be considered as a separate legal entity, therefore all the liabilities and debts shall be borne by the parent company. On the other hand a private limited company can be considered as a separate legal entity. For further information visit our we...

    published: 12 Feb 2017
  • Alternative Investment: Game Theory, Macro Investing, And William Blair Macro Allocation Fund Video

    http://www.williamblairfunds.com/alternatives We use fundamental analysis to identify potential opportunities. But geopolitics can significantly impact market prices, and game theory is a tool we use to help navigate these macro risks. This brief video is one in a series of straightforward answers to alternative investing questions. The speaker is Brian Singer, head of William Blair's Dynamic Allocation Strategies team. Brian is a board member and former chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors and is also a former member of the Research Foundation of CFA Institute Board of Trustees. In 1991, Brian co-wrote a landmark update to one of the pioneering studies on asset allocation, "Determinants of Portfolio Performance II: An Update," with Gary Brinson and Gilbert Beebower. In 2009, B...

    published: 04 Mar 2014
  • How can I invest in startups?

    There are several avenues to building an early stage portfolio. One is to invest with a fund manager, who will select the investments for you. These managers provide the service of selecting and vetting the companies in your portfolio, and in exchange they typically take a 2% annual management fee, as well as 20% of any gains realized on your portfolio. Another alternative is to invest yourself through a community of vetted investors such as 1000 Angels where you get access to direct investments. 1000 Angels investors are able to choose their own investments, curated from a selection of high-growth, high-return-potential startups. Members are able to invest in the companies directly, so they do not pay any management fees or carried interest on the investments. Members also have the freedo...

    published: 15 Apr 2016
  • Startup Q&A #5: Reinvestment, Marketing, Pricing SaaS, Prep for Entrepreneurship, Vetting an Idea

    startupQA.co This week's questions: -How do you approach current Angels to invest more when your metrics have not hit the hockey stick yet and you need to buy more time as you know exactly the right route? - Steve Brumwell -In a small or medium size organization, does it "need" it's own marketing department? Or can you assign marketing duties and roles among the staff and have them responsible for it? - Thadeus Giedd -How do you figure out pricing for a SaaS business? - Kevin Gilbertson -What should I do BEFORE I try to start my own business? (Schooling... training... saving... research... trials...- etc.) - BigJohn Small - How do you vet startup ideas that are purely in their infancy? - Troy Klongerbo

    published: 02 Jan 2017
  • CENTUM to invest $20M in Garuga

    http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Regional Equity Fund, Centum says it will at the end of this financial year invest 20 million dollars in its 300 acre property in Garuga along the shores of L. Victoria. The firm, which is East Africa's biggest equity fund intends to build a satellite city in the area as step towards strengthening its foot print in the country's sprawling real estate sector. The funds, according to firms' investment officer David Owino will go towards the initial set up of the project which will involve building the needed infrastructure on the property.

    published: 07 Jun 2011
  • 40: Republic.co: Simplifying Startup Investing for Un-Accredited Investors

    Republic.co is the official spinoff of AngelList and allows unaccredited investors with the ability to invest in pre-vetted startup companies. Equity crowdfunding presents a new sector of investing that has been a long time in the making, but only recently introduced thanks to the JOBS act in May of 2016. Chuck Pettid, partner of Republic.co joins us to discuss the new opportunity and how their platform is working to simplify the deal terms for investors. We also discuss how Republic sources deals for the platform and bundles the financing into “simplified agreement for future equity” in their Crowd Safe. This episode is an informative view of how startup and private investing deals are vetted and structured and is valuable at all levels of investment experience. Full Show Notes - http:...

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Vetting Contractors

    Art Dusenbury shares his process for vetting contractors Redevelop University does not render legal, tax, economic or investment advice. Persons should consult with their own professional advisors as to risks and legal, tax, economic or investment implications in matters concerning real estate and other investments. Members/Guests must do their own due diligence and take personal responsibility for their choices. Redevelop University does not investigate its members, nor vouch for, nor make representation as to the honesty, integrity, reliability, motives or resources of its members, guests, officers, directors, employees, speakers, agents or vendors. A person, in consideration for his/her acceptance as a member/guest of Redevelop University, hereby releases, discharges and agrees to i...

    published: 08 Dec 2016
  • Vetting Your Financial Advisor - Steve Savant’s Money, the Name of the Game

    Sub Headline: Next to Deciding on a Spouse, A Financial Adviser Could be the Next most Important Decision Synopsis: After the market meltdown in 2008, many investors regret that they didn’t vet their financial adviser. With the market crash as a backdrop and most portfolios only recovering to par, many investors are looking for active management that will mitigate the losses they experienced in the crash. Watch the interview with registered investment adviser Joe Gleason as he shares the value of using the general contractor approach to oversee your finances. Content: Why pay for active management when you don’t get it. Most investors want to understand their financial adviser’s role in circumventing losses. Do they understand your pain points? Do they know your risk tolerance? Do they ...

    published: 02 Aug 2017
  • CYBERVET Positive Vetting

    An exercise in creating an advert in a two hour filming session.

    published: 11 Jan 2014
  • Investor Attraction to Emerging Fund Managers

    According to recent Context Summits surveys, the majority of allocators say they prefer new managers and emerging funds. What’s the attraction to these funds? Is there a downside? Victor Tsao, Chairman of the single family office, Miven, explains this trend and what to look out for when vetting new managers.

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • CFA Exam Level I Free Lesson: Assessing Credit Risk & Screening For Potential Equity Investments

    Sign up for a free 24-hour trial of Wiley's CFA Review Course at www.efficientlearning.com/cfa. In this in-depth lecture on key elements from Reading #34 of the CFA Institute's CFA curriculum, Wiley's CFA® Exam Review's Peter Olinto walks us through how to: 1) Performing credit analysis of a company based its character, capacity, collateral and capacity and using financial statements in the calculations. 2) Considerations and calculations to employ when vetting a company and the potential for an equity investment. Throughout this 15-minute lecture, Peter offers some great tips for carrying out these calculations and avoiding mistakes on the CFA exam.

    published: 15 Mar 2016
  • The 3 Keys to Vetting Your Retirement Plan Adviser - Right on the Money - Part 2 of 5

    Sub Headline: Investors are Best Served by Advisers who Value Client Suitability Synopsis: The abundance of information targeting retirees is as often as much a source of confusion as it is a solution. Retirees can cut through the clutter by choosing to work with an accredited adviser in an increasingly do-it-yourself world. Watch the interview with investment adviser representative Rodger Sprouse. Content: Just as diamond buyers value cut, color and clarity, investors can focus on three C’s – Comprehensiveness, Compatibility and Consistency – when seeking a trusted retirement plan adviser. Investors might ask themselves these questions in the review process: 1. Is the adviser comprehensive in the services he offers? Observers suggest that up to 70% of Baby Boomers are without a re...

    published: 18 Aug 2016
  • Catalyst Investors' Mia Hegazy on Investing in Tech-Enabled Biz & New Sectors: GLG Leading Learners

    Catalyst Investors' Mia Hegazy sits down with GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) to discuss investing in tech-enabled businesses and new sectors. An associate at Catalyst Investors, Mia discusses how thought leadership from GLG helps link her team with experts in new sectors prior to investment and how this helps Catalyst grow and evolve, white appropriately vetting all tech investments. Learn more about GLG's Leading Learners: http://glg.it#leading-learners Connect with GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) Online: Visit GLG's Website: http://glg.it Follow GLG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/glg Find GLG on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/glg Find GLG on Facebook: http://facebook.com/glg

    published: 04 May 2016
  • Tips for Vetting Your Idea

    Ari Mir, CEO of Lunch Money (‪http://www.lunchmoney.com/‬) shares some helpful tips for vetting your next business idea. An original idea is usually the genisus for any great business but it first takes discipline in developing what that idea encompasses. FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Docstoc is the largest online collection of business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. http://www.docstoc.com/video/85210065/4-ways-to-vet-your-idea

    published: 15 Jul 2011
  • The Puerto Rico Investment Bond Fraud - What it's all about

    Attorney Peter Mougey discusses the massive Puerto Rico bond fraud that has bankrupted thousands of Puerto Rican citizens. Learn more at https://www.levinlaw.com/santander-puerto-rico-bond-fund-lawsuit and https://www.levinlaw.com/practice-areas/ubs-puerto-rico-bond-fraud-lawsuit

    published: 13 Jan 2017
  • How to Recognize a Free Lunch Seminar Investment Scam

    Watch more Client Videos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/416781-How-to-Recognize-a-Free-Lunch-Seminar-Investment-Scam Step 1: Educate them Explain that many free-lunch seminar presenters claim that "nothing will be sold" at the actual presentation. But odds are anyone who goes will get a sales pitch at a later date -- sometimes using high-pressure tactics. Tip Download "How to Spot a Free Lunch Scam," which lists the 5 most common persuasion tactics, at "createthegood.org":http://createthegood.org/. Step 2: Ask the right questions If the presenter tries to sell anything, tell your friend to ask these 3 questions: Are you licensed to sell this product? Who are you registered with? And, is this investment registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission? Tip Most inv...

    published: 22 Sep 2010
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Alternative Investment: Vetting Investment Ideas For William Blair Macro Allocation Fund Video

Alternative Investment: Vetting Investment Ideas For William Blair Macro Allocation Fund Video

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http://www.williamblairfunds.com/alternatives We distribute our analyses without conclusions to each member of the team. Each member then independently develops his or her own conclusions. When we meet we're not looking for middle of the road conclusions—we want individuals with conflicting views to challenge one another. We believe the discussion produces a superior decision. This brief video is one in a series of straightforward answers to alternative investing questions. The speaker is Brian Singer, head of William Blair's Dynamic Allocation Strategies team. Brian is a board member and former chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors and is also a former member of the Research Foundation of CFA Institute Board of Trustees. In 1991, Brian co-wrote a landmark update to one of the pioneering studies on asset allocation, "Determinants of Portfolio Performance II: An Update," with Gary Brinson and Gilbert Beebower. In 2009, Brian was the lead author of "Investment Leadership and Portfolio Management," Wiley Publishing. Subscribe to the series. DISCLOSURE The Fund involves a high level of risk and may not be appropriate for everyone. You could lose money by investing in the Fund. There can be no assurance that the Fund's investment objective will be achieved. The Fund is not a complete investment program and you should only consider the Fund for the alternative portion of your portfolio. Separate accounts managed by the Advisor may invest in the Fund and, therefore, the Advisor at times may have discretionary authority over a significant portion of the assets invested in the Fund. In such instances, the Advisor's decision to make changes to or rebalance its clients' allocations in the separate accounts may substantially impact the Fund's performance. The Fund is designed for long-term investors. The Fund may use investment techniques and financial instruments that may be considered aggressive—including but not limited to the use of futures contracts, options on futures contracts, securities and indices, forward contracts, swap agreements and similar instruments. Such techniques may also include short sales or other techniques that are intended to provide inverse exposure to a particular market or other asset class, as well as leverage. These techniques may expose the Fund to potentially dramatic changes (losses) in the value of certain of its portfolio holdings. Investments are subject to a number of other different types of risk, including market risk, asset allocation risk credit risk, commodity risk, counterparty and contractual default risk, currency risk, and derivatives risk. For a more detailed explanation and discussion of these risks, please read the Fund's Prospectus. PLEASE CAREFULLY CONSIDER THE FUND'S INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE, RISKS, CHARGES, AND EXPENSES BEFORE INVESTING. THIS AND OTHER INFORMATION IS OBTAINED IN THE FUND'S PROSPECTUS, WHICH YOU MAY OBTAIN BY CALLING +1 800 742 7272. READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU INVEST OR SEND MONEY. © William Blair & Company, L.L.C., distributor.
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Vetting Cash Buyers - Sales Training for Real Estate Investing

Vetting Cash Buyers - Sales Training for Real Estate Investing

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https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-no-flipping-excuses-show/id1282055871?mt=2 Every successful Real Estate Investor knows that to make your business run smoothly you need to have a solid buyers list. This means you have to have buyers that you can count on to purchase your inventory. If you don't vet out your cash buyers, you can find yourself in the very precarious position of having a property that you can't sell. Having been in this position, Jason will walk you through what happened to him and how you can avoid the costly mistake of not properly vetting them out. See our new TV show: http://kutv.com/features/fresh-living/no-flipping-excuses Like our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/noflippingexcuses/ Check out our site: www.noflippingexcusesacademy.com Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jasonlucchesipage https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-no-flipping-excuses-show/id1282055871?mt=2 Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Cash Flow, Business, Business Strategies, Flipping Houses, Sales, Professional Sales
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What are the Pros and Cons of Crowdfunded Real Estate? - REIClub.com

What are the Pros and Cons of Crowdfunded Real Estate? - REIClub.com

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http://www.REIClub.com Should You Be Crowd Funding Real Estate? Here Are Some Pros and Cons To Crowd Funded Real Estate... Hi, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com, your link to creative real estate. Today I’ve got a quick video covering the Pros and Cons of Crowdfunding Real Estate. Crowdfunding, generally speaking, is a way of spreading the risk – and the rewards – of an investment over a larger pool of people. Pros: 1. if you're limited on time, it is a good alternative to real estate investing 2. Crowdfunding real estate offers most all of the same benefits 3. Broaden your investment options - 100K vs 4x25K 4. Accessibility to accredited investors nationwide 5. Able to browse pre-vetted real estate investments 6. Easy online tracking of your investments 7. No toilets, tenants, and trash 8. Lower fees means better returns; some sites provide removal of middlemen, saving investors money 9. depending who you crowdfund with, you could potentially say goodbye to indefinite holding periods Cons: 1. Most crowdfunding require a minimum investment 2. Depending on the deal, chance you won’t get a return on your initial investment for 12 months or more 3. Not a good venture if you're a control freak 4. Lack of liquidity, as the absence of a secondary market restricts easy selling access for investors 5. risk of investment default (from real estate developers) is higher for crowdfunding compared to peer-to-peer and direct real estate investment funding 6. less experienced investors are more likely to get stuck in a crowdfunding campaign that they cannot afford 7. some companies have trouble finding funding - less business savvy owners with proper experience to manage the process efficiently, resulting in future funding troubles 8. the taxation and regulations of crowdfunding can be difficult to work with 9. If a company's due dilligence process is not extensive enough, it can cause poor vetting to future investments Crowdfunding real estate, as with any investment strategy, it is essential that investors do their homework before investing their hard earned cash. This means looking into the experience and track record of the real estate developers that are soliciting crowdfunded money. Don’t be immediately fooled by the returns, and all the shiny objects being waved in front of you. Get down to the numbers, get the details of the deal, and assess your risks. Remember, there is no such thing as a sure thing, especially when it comes to real estate. Again, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com. Please take the time to leave your comments for this video below and please subscribe to our YouTube channel so you’ll be automatically notified when we upload more quick video tips for you. Take care and good investing. https://youtu.be/O_9vEwRqpEw REIClubRealEstateInvesting
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ICO Review: Maecenas (ART) - A Decentralized Art Investment Platform

ICO Review: Maecenas (ART) - A Decentralized Art Investment Platform

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Maecenas is creating a decentralized art gallery where shares of fine art are bought and sold. Full report by Crush Crypto: https://crushcrypto.com/analysis-of-maecenas/ Download the free ICO Guide which contains 6 simple steps for analyzing any ICOs to find the winning projects: https://crushcrypto.com/youtube/ Note: This is not a paid review. We do not offer promotional or advertising services. Our content is based on our own research, analysis and personal opinion. _______________________________________ What does the company/project do? Maecenas is creating a decentralized art gallery, which is a blockchain-driven platform where shares of fine art are bought and sold. Currently, only the rich can invest in expensive artwork because the price is high and it is difficult to obtain financing for the purchase. On the platform, Maecenas divides artworks into fragments and users can invest and trade those shares. Users can now own a fragment of an artwork, whereas in the past they could not afford the whole painting or sculpture. Users on the platform can also trade the shares between each other to create a liquid secondary market for those artworks. With Maecenas, artworks can be traded like stocks. Currently, the artwork trading industry is inefficient. It is an old-fashioned, illiquid and often opaque market. Galleries typically go through a few reputable auction houses that charge huge fees — up to 25 percent. In contrast, Maecenas charges a flat fee of 2-6% for monetizing the artwork. _______________________________________ What are the tokens used for and how can token holders make money? ART token is a utility token that is used to settle transactions on the platform. As all the ART in circulation added together represent 100% of all the artworks on the Maecenas platform, the market cap of ART should be at least the value of all the artwork on the Maecenas platform. This is similar to the concept where the market cap of a company should exceed the net asset value of that company because that is how much shareholders will receive if the company is liquidated. Therefore, there should be a floor to the value of ART. If token holders believe that more artworks will be listed on the Maecenas platform, ART market cap would exceed the value of all artworks currently on the platform. The more artworks that is being brought to the platform, the more valuable ART tokens should be, because more ART tokens (in value) will be required by the platform. _______________________________________ Opportunities - The artwork trading industry is large ($3 trillion in value with $65 billion worth of arts being traded each year) but is still considered a niche market. It is also very old-fashioned and inefficient, so it is ripe for disruption. - The value of ART has a floor – the value of all the artworks on the Maecenas platform. - Maecenas is one of the first cofound.it projects and went through the rigorous vetting process employed by cofound.it. - Other than artworks, there is potential for Maecenas to expand into other physical assets including antiques, classic cars, gemstones, vintage liquors, and rarities. - Network effect is present. The more people use the platform, the more valuable the platform is (more liquidity, more selection of artworks). - If Maecenas is able to secure partnership with museums / galleries, then it can increase the value of all the artworks on the Maecenas platform substantially. _______________________________________ Concerns - Part of the value of a piece of artwork is the ability to enjoy it. Rich people buy expensive artworks partially for the bragging right. With Maecenas, users cannot enjoy the artwork – hang on the wall, see it, touch it physically. - Liquidity for the individual artwork can be an issue. Let’s say you have invested in a painting. If the liquidity for that painting is very thin, it would be hard for you to convert the investment back to ART. - According to LinkedIn, certain team members, including the CEO and CTO, are still working at DXMarkets. It is unclear how they will allocate their time between the two projects. _______________________________________ Disclaimer The information in this video is for educational purposes only and is not investment advice. Please do your own research before making any investment decisions. Cryptocurrency investments are volatile and high risk in nature. Don't invest more than what you can afford to lose. Crush Crypto makes no representations, warranties, or assurances as to the accuracy, currency or completeness of the content contained in this video or any sites linked to or from this video.
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[ HOT NEWS ] Gop bill seeks tougher vetting of foreign investment in u.s.

[ HOT NEWS ] Gop bill seeks tougher vetting of foreign investment in u.s.

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Marc Chaikin’s Checklist: Improve Your Trading and Investing with Fundamentals and Technicals

Marc Chaikin’s Checklist: Improve Your Trading and Investing with Fundamentals and Technicals

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In this live presentation, Marc Chaikin will introduce Mauldin Economics readers to Chaikin Analytics and his powerful, highly predictive stock vetting software. This system has changed the way Ed D’Agostino, publisher of Mauldin Economics, and his team of analysts evaluate investment opportunities. They’ve put this system to the test and are so impressed, they’ve integrated Chaikin Analytics into their routine due diligence process when vetting and evaluating potential investments. This simple strategy allows you to quickly evaluate stocks and options, better time entry and exit points and understand the market forces moving your portfolio. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/22yjomJ Catch our next webinar: http://bit.ly/3UuWvzg Follow Chaikin Analytics on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2bcIuGe Become a fan of Chaikin Analytics on Facebook: http://bit.ly/5P6lnXQ Follow Chaikin Analytics on LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/9P5lvGO ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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FAQ #3 What Should I Look For When Vetting Crowdfunded Real Estate Deals?

FAQ #3 What Should I Look For When Vetting Crowdfunded Real Estate Deals?

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Greg Hebner, Founder and CIO of Community Rebuild Partners shares tips on the ways to vett a real estate deal. For more information visit: http://investors2.wayfounder.com/inv-7 DISCLAIMER: The information on this video is provided solely for informational purposes and does not constitute an offer or solicitation of investment in WayFounder or any related companies. WayFounder makes no representation or warranty, express or implied, with respect to the data provided to you regarding any information provided by the companies or platforms on its web site and will not be liable in any way to you or to any other person for any inaccuracy, error or omission of any platform or company data.
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How do You Fund Your Business Before Investment

How do You Fund Your Business Before Investment

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Wil Schroter (http://www.bizplan.com/), CEO & Founder of Virtucon Ventures, explains the many ways to get your business going before actually seeking outside investment. In this video, Wil discusses a variety of funding options before investment. FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Docstoc is the largest online collection of business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/83711668/How-Do-You-Fund-Your-Business-Before-Investment
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Foreign investment in Bangladesh via Branch/Liaison office & Registration procedure?

Foreign investment in Bangladesh via Branch/Liaison office & Registration procedure?

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Hi my name is Ashiqul Islam, I am an associate working at FM Associates Bangladesh. There are major three options available for foreign investors to start investing in Bangladesh, e.g: Branch Office, Liaison Office and Private Limited Company. A liaison office cannot remit outside of Bangladesh, however, a branch office can remit outside of Bangladesh provided a prior approval has been taken from BIDA. Both of these offices may run for a time period allowed by BIDA, however, further renewal can be acquired. None of these establishments shall be considered as a separate legal entity, therefore all the liabilities and debts shall be borne by the parent company. On the other hand a private limited company can be considered as a separate legal entity. For further information visit our website www.fmassociatesbd.com or email us at info@fmassociatesbd.com To know about the procedure of registering a company in Bangladesh- https://www.fmassociatesbd.com/blog/item/24-how-to-set-up-or-register-a-company-venture-incorporation-in-bangladesh To know about legal protections Bangladesh law provides to the foreign investors: https://www.fmassociatesbd.com/blog/item/23-legal-protection-for-foreign-investors-in-bangladesh How to setup a branch or liaison office in Bangladesh : https://www.fmassociatesbd.com/blog/item/10-how-to-set-up-a-branch-or-liason-office-in-bangladesh Advantages of having a company lawyer in Bangladesh: https://www.fmassociatesbd.com/blog/item/9-company-lawyers
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Alternative Investment: Game Theory, Macro Investing, And William Blair Macro Allocation Fund Video

Alternative Investment: Game Theory, Macro Investing, And William Blair Macro Allocation Fund Video

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http://www.williamblairfunds.com/alternatives We use fundamental analysis to identify potential opportunities. But geopolitics can significantly impact market prices, and game theory is a tool we use to help navigate these macro risks. This brief video is one in a series of straightforward answers to alternative investing questions. The speaker is Brian Singer, head of William Blair's Dynamic Allocation Strategies team. Brian is a board member and former chair of the CFA Institute Board of Governors and is also a former member of the Research Foundation of CFA Institute Board of Trustees. In 1991, Brian co-wrote a landmark update to one of the pioneering studies on asset allocation, "Determinants of Portfolio Performance II: An Update," with Gary Brinson and Gilbert Beebower. In 2009, Brian was the lead author of "Investment Leadership and Portfolio Management," Wiley Publishing. Subscribe to the series. DISCLOSURE The Fund involves a high level of risk and may not be appropriate for everyone. You could lose money by investing in the Fund. There can be no assurance that the Fund's investment objective will be achieved. The Fund is not a complete investment program and you should only consider the Fund for the alternative portion of your portfolio. Separate accounts managed by the Advisor may invest in the Fund and, therefore, the Advisor at times may have discretionary authority over a significant portion of the assets invested in the Fund. In such instances, the Advisor's decision to make changes to or rebalance its clients' allocations in the separate accounts may substantially impact the Fund's performance. The Fund is designed for long-term investors. The Fund may use investment techniques and financial instruments that may be considered aggressive—including but not limited to the use of futures contracts, options on futures contracts, securities and indices, forward contracts, swap agreements and similar instruments. Such techniques may also include short sales or other techniques that are intended to provide inverse exposure to a particular market or other asset class, as well as leverage. These techniques may expose the Fund to potentially dramatic changes (losses) in the value of certain of its portfolio holdings. Investments are subject to a number of other different types of risk, including market risk, asset allocation risk credit risk, commodity risk, counterparty and contractual default risk, currency risk, and derivatives risk. For a more detailed explanation and discussion of these risks, please read the Fund's Prospectus. PLEASE CAREFULLY CONSIDER THE FUND'S INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE, RISKS, CHARGES, AND EXPENSES BEFORE INVESTING. THIS AND OTHER INFORMATION IS OBTAINED IN THE FUND'S PROSPECTUS, WHICH YOU MAY OBTAIN BY CALLING +1 800 742 7272. READ IT CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU INVEST OR SEND MONEY. © William Blair & Company, L.L.C., distributor.
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How can I invest in startups?

How can I invest in startups?

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There are several avenues to building an early stage portfolio. One is to invest with a fund manager, who will select the investments for you. These managers provide the service of selecting and vetting the companies in your portfolio, and in exchange they typically take a 2% annual management fee, as well as 20% of any gains realized on your portfolio. Another alternative is to invest yourself through a community of vetted investors such as 1000 Angels where you get access to direct investments. 1000 Angels investors are able to choose their own investments, curated from a selection of high-growth, high-return-potential startups. Members are able to invest in the companies directly, so they do not pay any management fees or carried interest on the investments. Members also have the freedom to choose how much they would like to invest in each company and when they would like to invest. Fund investors are required to invest whenever the manager makes a decision and a capital call, providing much less freedom to adapt your investments to your current views on the market and financial situation. Learn more at http://www.1000angels.com
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Startup Q&A #5: Reinvestment, Marketing, Pricing SaaS, Prep for Entrepreneurship, Vetting an Idea

Startup Q&A #5: Reinvestment, Marketing, Pricing SaaS, Prep for Entrepreneurship, Vetting an Idea

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startupQA.co This week's questions: -How do you approach current Angels to invest more when your metrics have not hit the hockey stick yet and you need to buy more time as you know exactly the right route? - Steve Brumwell -In a small or medium size organization, does it "need" it's own marketing department? Or can you assign marketing duties and roles among the staff and have them responsible for it? - Thadeus Giedd -How do you figure out pricing for a SaaS business? - Kevin Gilbertson -What should I do BEFORE I try to start my own business? (Schooling... training... saving... research... trials...- etc.) - BigJohn Small - How do you vet startup ideas that are purely in their infancy? - Troy Klongerbo
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CENTUM to invest $20M in Garuga

CENTUM to invest $20M in Garuga

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http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Regional Equity Fund, Centum says it will at the end of this financial year invest 20 million dollars in its 300 acre property in Garuga along the shores of L. Victoria. The firm, which is East Africa's biggest equity fund intends to build a satellite city in the area as step towards strengthening its foot print in the country's sprawling real estate sector. The funds, according to firms' investment officer David Owino will go towards the initial set up of the project which will involve building the needed infrastructure on the property.
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40: Republic.co: Simplifying Startup Investing for Un-Accredited Investors

40: Republic.co: Simplifying Startup Investing for Un-Accredited Investors

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Republic.co is the official spinoff of AngelList and allows unaccredited investors with the ability to invest in pre-vetted startup companies. Equity crowdfunding presents a new sector of investing that has been a long time in the making, but only recently introduced thanks to the JOBS act in May of 2016. Chuck Pettid, partner of Republic.co joins us to discuss the new opportunity and how their platform is working to simplify the deal terms for investors. We also discuss how Republic sources deals for the platform and bundles the financing into “simplified agreement for future equity” in their Crowd Safe. This episode is an informative view of how startup and private investing deals are vetted and structured and is valuable at all levels of investment experience. Full Show Notes - http://investlikeaboss.com/ilab-40-republic-co-simplifying-startup-investing-for-un-accredited-investors/ Links: Republic.co – Website - https://republic.co/ @joinrepublic – Twitter - https://twitter.com/joinrepublic @joinrepublic – Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/joinrepublic# Crowd Safe – Calculator Tool - https://republic.co/crowdsafe/calculator @chucksterolove – Chucks Twitter - https://twitter.com/chucksterolove Where are we: SoHo, NYC – Chuck Pettid San Diego, California – Sam Marks Chiang Mai, ThailandJohnny FD Discussed: Indiegogo Co-Founder, Slava Rubin on Equity Crowdfunding – ILAB 32 - http://investlikeaboss.com/32-indiegogo-co-founder-slava-rubin-on-equity-crowdfunding/ BeatStars – Indiegogo Equity Crowdfunding - https://equity.indiegogo.com/offerings/beatstars/ WeWork – Coworker - https://www.coworker.com/search/wework Time Stamps: 05:01 – Chuck’s background 06:05 – Republic.co founder story 08:02 – AngelList’s focus 09:45 – Sourcing deals 17:58 – Funding & valuation caps 22:10 – Investor limitations 26:30 – Start up fund 28:20 – Investor groups 31:30 – Vetting deals 35:00 – Crowd safe 39:19 – Calculator tool 44:50 – Future financing 46:50 – Common questions 53:10 – Investor perks 54:45 – Unanswered questions 1:00:34 – Startup Investments 1:07:01 – WeWork Co-Working If you enjoyed this episode, do us a favor and share it! Also if you haven’t’ already, please take a minute to leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and claim your bonus here! -http://investlikeaboss.com/bonus/ Copyright 2017. All rights reserved. Read our disclaimer here. - http://investlikeaboss.com/disclaimer/
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Vetting Contractors

Vetting Contractors

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Art Dusenbury shares his process for vetting contractors Redevelop University does not render legal, tax, economic or investment advice. Persons should consult with their own professional advisors as to risks and legal, tax, economic or investment implications in matters concerning real estate and other investments. Members/Guests must do their own due diligence and take personal responsibility for their choices. Redevelop University does not investigate its members, nor vouch for, nor make representation as to the honesty, integrity, reliability, motives or resources of its members, guests, officers, directors, employees, speakers, agents or vendors. A person, in consideration for his/her acceptance as a member/guest of Redevelop University, hereby releases, discharges and agrees to indemnify Redevelop University, its officers, directors, volunteers, members, guests, employees, agents, contractors, speakers and vendors from any liabilities now accrued, or which may hereafter accrue, from their actions, inactions or communications made by Redevelop University or its officers, directors, volunteers, members, guests, employees, contractors, agents, speakers, and vendors in or through their respective capacities with Redevelop University.Members/Guests agree to comply with the Code of Ethics and the By-Laws of Redevelop University. No implied endorsements or warranties of products, persons, literature or ideas presented at any meetings or in any email or online discussion board activity of Redevelop University by its members, guests or speakers are made by Redevelop University, its officers, directors, employees, agents or contractors. Any literature which may be distributed during meetings or any email or online discussion board activity of Redevelop University have not been reviewed or approved in advance by Redevelop University. All Redevelop University members and guests are encouraged to do their own research and due diligence regarding ideas and concepts obtained at Redevelop University meetings or through any email or online discussion board activity. Redevelop University may enforce these codes, terms, rules and regulations at its sole and absolute discretion and may terminate any membership at any time for any reason whatsoever. Consultation with appropriate professional advisors is highly recommended by Redevelop University prior to the implementation of any ideas or concepts obtained at its meetings.
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Vetting Your Financial Advisor - Steve Savant’s Money, the Name of the Game

Vetting Your Financial Advisor - Steve Savant’s Money, the Name of the Game

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Sub Headline: Next to Deciding on a Spouse, A Financial Adviser Could be the Next most Important Decision Synopsis: After the market meltdown in 2008, many investors regret that they didn’t vet their financial adviser. With the market crash as a backdrop and most portfolios only recovering to par, many investors are looking for active management that will mitigate the losses they experienced in the crash. Watch the interview with registered investment adviser Joe Gleason as he shares the value of using the general contractor approach to oversee your finances. Content: Why pay for active management when you don’t get it. Most investors want to understand their financial adviser’s role in circumventing losses. Do they understand your pain points? Do they know your risk tolerance? Do they have an exit strategy in place in case the market meltdown occurs again? You need to vet your financial adviser. Is your adviser licensed to offer all the financial product lines for your money goals and psychological suitability? Many “advisers” are not security and/or fee-based licensed, so that consideration should be part of your hiring criteria. Does your adviser understand product taxation as it affects your overall tax obligation and tax exposure to Social Security benefits? Do they have the tax management skills to keep more of your money in your pocket and away from Uncle Sam? These are just a few of the talking points you’ll need for the interviewing process. But here are a few ideas that can help in the selection process. Go to www.brokercheck.finra.org and your state’s Department of Insurance to review the history of your adviser candidate. These sites may reveal bad behavior that may not fit your trust factor and leaves you feeling uncomfortable. Many advisers and insurance agents have LinkedIn accounts and company web sites that have their biographies posted. It’s a bit like reviewing an autobiography, but it may reveal information critical to your selection process. Adviser referrals from friends can be helpful, but recommendations made by people you don’t know will necessarily minimize the value you place on those opinions. Trusting online postings of glowing recommendations or negative comments can be a crap shoot; but sometimes employees of the adviser post work related comments on their Face Book accounts that can be quite revealing. So tread lightly as you stalk online, and let the vetting process begin. Syndicated financial columnist, talk show host and popular platform speaker Steve Savant presents the Wiser Adviser Series on Steve Savant’s Money, the Name of the Game is an hour-long financial talk show for financial professionals distributed online in 5 ten-minute video press releases Monday through Friday through Trans World News 280 media outlets, social media networks and industry portals. (www.lifesizesolutions.com) https://youtu.be/Qs7u8y8GX_g
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CYBERVET Positive Vetting

CYBERVET Positive Vetting

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An exercise in creating an advert in a two hour filming session.
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Investor Attraction to Emerging Fund Managers

Investor Attraction to Emerging Fund Managers

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According to recent Context Summits surveys, the majority of allocators say they prefer new managers and emerging funds. What’s the attraction to these funds? Is there a downside? Victor Tsao, Chairman of the single family office, Miven, explains this trend and what to look out for when vetting new managers.
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CFA Exam Level I Free Lesson: Assessing Credit Risk & Screening For Potential Equity Investments

CFA Exam Level I Free Lesson: Assessing Credit Risk & Screening For Potential Equity Investments

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Sign up for a free 24-hour trial of Wiley's CFA Review Course at www.efficientlearning.com/cfa. In this in-depth lecture on key elements from Reading #34 of the CFA Institute's CFA curriculum, Wiley's CFA® Exam Review's Peter Olinto walks us through how to: 1) Performing credit analysis of a company based its character, capacity, collateral and capacity and using financial statements in the calculations. 2) Considerations and calculations to employ when vetting a company and the potential for an equity investment. Throughout this 15-minute lecture, Peter offers some great tips for carrying out these calculations and avoiding mistakes on the CFA exam.
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The 3 Keys to Vetting Your Retirement Plan Adviser - Right on the Money - Part 2 of 5

The 3 Keys to Vetting Your Retirement Plan Adviser - Right on the Money - Part 2 of 5

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Sub Headline: Investors are Best Served by Advisers who Value Client Suitability Synopsis: The abundance of information targeting retirees is as often as much a source of confusion as it is a solution. Retirees can cut through the clutter by choosing to work with an accredited adviser in an increasingly do-it-yourself world. Watch the interview with investment adviser representative Rodger Sprouse. Content: Just as diamond buyers value cut, color and clarity, investors can focus on three C’s – Comprehensiveness, Compatibility and Consistency – when seeking a trusted retirement plan adviser. Investors might ask themselves these questions in the review process: 1. Is the adviser comprehensive in the services he offers? Observers suggest that up to 70% of Baby Boomers are without a retirement plan. For the many who find that a scary proposition, an accredited retirement plan specialist can be an excellent solution. The specialist resolves similar situations every day and can clarify the confusion resulting from the ample information available from print, radio, TV and online sources. A retirement specialist should have full knowledge of the investment landscape and access to the resources of a stockbroker, investment adviser or insurance agent. The retirement plan specialist recognizes the benefits of working with any of the three and the biases inherent in their fee structures. 2. Can the adviser find compatibility between client spouses and suitable investments? A retirement plan specialist will seek to find compatibility between two spouses by testing them independently for their risk tolerance. Through data and conversation, he’ll discover their goals for lifestyle and longevity. He’ll also source alternatives that meet needs that will change over time. Studies indicate that women - more than men - invest more compatibly with their risk tolerances. The retirement plan specialist will work to bridge any gaps or prevent unwanted risks. 3. Is there consistency between what the adviser recommends and what the products deliver? Time is of the essence in retirement. There aren’t “do-overs” to a plan, and Baby Boomers, especially, don’t have the time to take another 2008-like hit to their nest egg. Accordingly, the specialist’s recommendations and results should deliver on objectives. If income is needed, there should be allocations that pay dividends and interest. If long lives are traditional in the family, expect to see an annuity that pays a lifetime benefit. If tax advantages are desired, there should be discussion of a Roth IRA or a defined tax management strategy. Aspiring and active retirees can shortchange themselves without proper guidance. They can benefit from a retirement plan specialist who possesses comprehensive knowledge, seeks compatibility between clients and investments, and presents opportunities consistent with their goals. Syndicated financial columnist Steve Savant interviews Investment Adviser Representative Rodger Sprouse on Retirement Expectations. Right on the Money is a weekly financial talk show for consumers, distributed as video press releases to 280 media outlets and social media networks nationwide. (www.rightonthemoneyshow.com) https://youtu.be/dA3RsFq3Lys
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Catalyst Investors' Mia Hegazy on Investing in Tech-Enabled Biz & New Sectors: GLG Leading Learners

Catalyst Investors' Mia Hegazy on Investing in Tech-Enabled Biz & New Sectors: GLG Leading Learners

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Catalyst Investors' Mia Hegazy sits down with GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) to discuss investing in tech-enabled businesses and new sectors. An associate at Catalyst Investors, Mia discusses how thought leadership from GLG helps link her team with experts in new sectors prior to investment and how this helps Catalyst grow and evolve, white appropriately vetting all tech investments. Learn more about GLG's Leading Learners: http://glg.it#leading-learners Connect with GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) Online: Visit GLG's Website: http://glg.it Follow GLG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/glg Find GLG on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/glg Find GLG on Facebook: http://facebook.com/glg
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Tips for Vetting Your Idea

Tips for Vetting Your Idea

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Ari Mir, CEO of Lunch Money (‪http://www.lunchmoney.com/‬) shares some helpful tips for vetting your next business idea. An original idea is usually the genisus for any great business but it first takes discipline in developing what that idea encompasses. FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Docstoc is the largest online collection of business and legal documents to help you grow and manage your small business and professional life. http://www.docstoc.com/video/85210065/4-ways-to-vet-your-idea
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The Puerto Rico Investment Bond Fraud - What it's all about

The Puerto Rico Investment Bond Fraud - What it's all about

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Attorney Peter Mougey discusses the massive Puerto Rico bond fraud that has bankrupted thousands of Puerto Rican citizens. Learn more at https://www.levinlaw.com/santander-puerto-rico-bond-fund-lawsuit and https://www.levinlaw.com/practice-areas/ubs-puerto-rico-bond-fraud-lawsuit
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How to Recognize a Free Lunch Seminar Investment Scam

How to Recognize a Free Lunch Seminar Investment Scam

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Watch more Client Videos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/416781-How-to-Recognize-a-Free-Lunch-Seminar-Investment-Scam Step 1: Educate them Explain that many free-lunch seminar presenters claim that "nothing will be sold" at the actual presentation. But odds are anyone who goes will get a sales pitch at a later date -- sometimes using high-pressure tactics. Tip Download "How to Spot a Free Lunch Scam," which lists the 5 most common persuasion tactics, at "createthegood.org":http://createthegood.org/. Step 2: Ask the right questions If the presenter tries to sell anything, tell your friend to ask these 3 questions: Are you licensed to sell this product? Who are you registered with? And, is this investment registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission? Tip Most investments must be registered with the SEC. All investment professionals must be registered with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority known as FINRA, the SEC, or their state securities regulator. Step 3: Check the answers Stress the importance of checking the seller's answers, and offer to help do it. Look for proof of registration of the seller and the product. "SaveAndInvest.org":http://www.saveandinvest.org/ can walk you both through the vetting process. Or call (888) 295-7422. Step 4: Report suspicious information Urge them to report any irregularities to the proper authorities -- FINRA, the SEC, or their state securities or insurance regulator. "SaveAndInvest.org":http://www.saveandinvest.org/ can help you determine where to report your suspicions. Step 5: It’s OK to walk away If the professional is not registered and the product is not registered, tell your friend to walk away. Step 6: Become a monitor Become a Free Lunch Monitor -- someone who audits free-lunch financial seminars and workshops and reports any suspicious activities. You or your friend can download the Free Lunch Monitor tool kit at "createthegood.org":http://createthegood.org/, and use the checklist found in the how-to guide to rate investment presentations and submit your ratings to AARP. Did You Know? In a national survey by FINRA, 3 times as many known victims of investment fraud went to a free investment seminar as the general population.
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