Until the JOBS Act passed in April 2012, the general public wasn’t allowed to invest in any company they want with their own money, and small businesses weren’t allowed to publicly advertise that ...
they were raising money. The JOBS Act is the first piece of legislation intended to encourage funding for startup businesses by easing securities regulations and allowing capital flow from the crowd.
In this infographic, Return on Change describes what happened before and after the 1929 stock market crash and how crowdinvesting, driven by the JOBS Act, will change the way small investors and small businesses interact within the capital market. As you can see, crowdinvesting will truly allow everyone to get involved in startup finance and unlock the value of capital.
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