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Invest in startups that are seeking funding for their ideas.
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Invest in startups through either equity or debt.
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Invest in companies in a wide range of industries, from biotech to retail, and more.
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FUNDIT does not guarantee investment quality
Investments in companies involve a high degree of risk. Financial and operating risks confronting the companies are significant. While targeted returns should reflect the perceived level of risk in any investment situation, such returns may never be realized and/or may not be adequate to compensate an Investor for risks taken. Loss of an Investor’s entire investment is possible and can easily occur. Moreover, the timing of any return on investment is highly uncertain. Unless otherwise specified in the offering documents and subject to state law, you are not entitled to receive any dividends or distributions on your interest in a company. The timing of profit realization, if any, is highly uncertain. Accordingly, any potential investor who anticipates the need for current dividends or income from an investment should not purchase any of the securities offered on this portal. See Risk Factors.
You are responsible for your own due diligence
Investors should only invest in a company if they fully understand, as a result of their own knowledge and due diligence or as a result of consultation with their legal and/or financial advisors, the risks involved in an investment in the companies. Furthermore, Investors should only invest in a company if their experience and knowledge in financial and business matters are sufficient for them to be able to evaluate the merits and risks of investment.
Invest completely at your own risk
Investors should be aware that an investment in a single company or multiple companies on the FUNDIT platform involves a high degree of risk. Investors should read and understand the Risk Factors, which are not intended as a substitute for professional legal, tax or financial advice. These Risks Factors are non-exhaustive and are intended to highlight certain risks associate with investing in securities that are not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Investments in the companies are highly speculative and should not be made by anyone who cannot afford to risk their entire capital contribution. In addition to the Risk Factors, you should carefully consider the specific information and risks disclosed by the company issuing the securities.
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Like anything in life, it’s important to approach new opportunities cautiously. Whether that’s deciding on what college to attend, taking a new job, or buying a new car, we must do our own due diligence to make sure we have the greatest chance of success. Investing in a start-up company is no different.
But what exactly is due diligence and how can you take steps to mitigate risk when investing in a new company?
When investing, risk and reward go hand in hand – that is, there are always associated risks when pursuing reward. That speaks to the core of what is known as Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT).
MPT, devised by Nobel economist Harry Markowitz in the early 1950s, is a financial model that assumes investors want to take a minimal level of market risk to capture favorable returns for a given portfolio of investments.
For anyone new to the world of investing, it is important to educate yourself about the differences between being an accredited and non-accredited investor.
People or businesses that legally buy and sell securities without having to register with financial regulators are considered accredited investors. They must meet notable requirements in income, net worth, professional experience, or asset status. These investors range from wealthy individuals to banks and Wall Street brokers.