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hat is an accredited investor?

•  An accredited investor is a person or institution that the Securities and ExchangeCommission (or “SEC”) defines as being qualified to invest in unregistered or exempt securities.  Example of such securities can be:

       • Private placements or securities sold by privately held corporations

        • Private equity investments

       • Or Hedgefunds

•  Essentially,the SEC sets a standard of your wealth, status, or training in order to allow those either, financially sophisticated, or knowledgeable of securities to invest in exempt securities

•  The minimum standard is in place to ensure protection and understanding of private investments.

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