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Further Analysis Of Quick Strategies For Crowdfunding

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parksfjab: Yet some experts have urged caution as equity-based crowdfunding gathers steam. "Like all private investments, these are high-risk," adds Rory Eakin, co-founder and chief operating officer of CircleUp, a leading equity crowdfunding marketplace...

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Yet some experts have urged caution as equity-based crowdfunding gathers steam. "Like all private investments, these are high-risk," adds Rory Eakin, co-founder and chief operating officer of CircleUp, a leading equity crowdfunding marketplace that teams up investors with consumer and retail companies. For as little as $1,000, an investor can get a piece of the pie -- or scoop of the ice cream, as one of the companies on CircleUp is Alchemy Creamery, a business that makes dairy-free frozen desserts. An early equity-based investment could result in a big return . But as Eakin acknowledges of crowdfunded hopefuls, "Many of the companies are very early stage and could end up not being successful." To improve the odds for investors, CircleUp is picky about which companies can raise capital through its site. It has accepted only around 100 of the more than 5,000 that have applied since 2012. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://finance.yahoo.com

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Yet some experts have urged caution as equity-based crowdfunding gathers steam. "Like all private investments, these are high-risk," adds Rory Eakin, co-founder and chief operating officer of CircleUp, a leading equity crowdfunding marketplace that teams up investors with consumer and retail companies. For as little as $1,000, an investor can get a piece of the pie -- or scoop of the ice cream, as one of the companies on CircleUp is Alchemy Creamery, a business that makes dairy-free frozen desserts. An early equity-based investment could result in a big return . But as Eakin acknowledges of crowdfunded hopefuls, "Many of the companies are very early stage and could end up not being successful." To improve the odds for investors, CircleUp is picky about which companies can raise capital through its site. It has accepted only around 100 of the more than 5,000 that have applied since 2012. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://finance.yahoo.com

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