Social Proof

Holistic Equity Crowdfunding

If we look at regulatory implementations of the equity crowdfunding around the globe most are not holistic. Just because you have Equity Crowdfunding Regulations doesn’t mean you have Equity Crowdfunding. For the most part they are regulated with new regulations totally independent from the environment they are expected to operate in. In other words we …

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Equity Crowdfunding and Regions

A hundred years or so ago regional funding was all the rage. Crowdfunding legislation is again looking at regions as one state after another legitimises intra-state crowdfunding. In the video below I detail the shift in funding from regions to one central point and back again. Stock Exchanges used to be primarily funding matchmakers The …

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Equity Crowdfunding is not just about diversified portfolios

One of the effects of the U.S. leading the world in crowdfunding regulation advances is that its introduction is following the regulators step by step. Title II then Title III. Incumbent players like broker dealers, investment bankers and other vested interests get to have a go first. This brings in a focus on things like …

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Patronage, transperancy and investment crowdfunding

    Brian Knight from Crowdcheck reflected on a recent post I made. (<—Click this link to read about Patronage, transperancy and investment crowdfunding) In a recent piece Paul Niederer, the CEO of the Australian Small Scale Offering’s Board (and guest of the CrowdFundCast), argues that patronage serves as a motivation for many crowd investors.  

Fancy a stocktake?

Recently on Facebook I posted the following photo … It got a few comments. Space utilisation is excellent but imagine the annual stocktake? The shop was located on Mahatma Gandhi Road, Ernakulam, Cochin in India.

Social Proof

Social proof is a psychological phenomenon that occurs in ambiguous social situations when people are unable to determine the appropriate mode of behavior. It is also known as informational social influence. People often make the assumption that surrounding people possess more knowledge about the situation, they will deem the behavior of others as appropriate or …

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