Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by RedDuke, Feb 1, 2013.
An effort at limiting regs to reduce litigation/arbitration cases. If you can afford to play, you can afford to lose. Seems like a reasonable solution in the micro-space.
haha. then there will be etfs linked to names on that exchange so retail can pay some more fees.
(but i semi-agree w atticus)
This is secondmarkets but more regulated. This is a good thing.
same rules regarding accredited investors
not a very high bar
Most of iPo and exchange traded securities are traded by large players. If I'm a CEO/board why would I list anywhere else? so long as I can get access to money that's the no 1 criteria- less disclosure is v desirable... If they can raise money in this market for less fees and disclosure what's attracting them to a retail exchange?
Sounds like a scam to rip off wealthy, naive investors.
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