August 27, 2021

Private Equity Crowdfunding Opens the Board Room to Future Millionaires

"If past history was all that is needed to play the game of money, the richest people would be librarians."- Warren Buffet

It's a little-known fact that the American Stock Exchange came into existence way back in May 1782, a mere five years after the Constitution was ratified as the new nation's framework. By the late 19th century, the stock market's "Gilded Age" came about as self-made millionaires like Andrew Carnegie began buying companies while Wall Street was still in its infancy. Carnegie was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth. His road to enormous wealth and influence began from humble beginnings as a 12-hour-a-day "spool changer" at a cotton mill for $1.20 a week. Later, the 13-year-old immigrant began working as a telegrapher and messenger for the Pennsylvania Railroad. The job found him spending much of his time at the railroad office, where he absorbed invaluable knowledge about railroads, bridge building, and the steel industry. The rest of his story is, as they say, is history.

If Carnegie was around today, there is little doubt that he would have been an avid proponent of crowdfunding. At the beginning of his storied career, Carnegie would scrape up what money he could, and parley his brilliant business ideas through strategic partnerships with future stakeholders. Even back then, Wall Street was considered a private club for the elite. Carnegie lacked the social stature, the wealth, and the pedigree to be accepted into the inner sanctums of Wall Street. Like many non-credentialed investors today, we are shut out of lucrative private investment deals that are the exclusive purview of brokers, registered traders, and investment bankers. 

Private Equity Crowdfunding is the Future of Investing Today

Today, what makes private equity crowdfunding possible is the result of another disruptive revolution: digital technology. The digital revolution is offering new opportunities for every man that was not possible before the seventies. This nascent technology led to applications such as Private Equity Crowdfunding platforms.

Carnegie believed that the most direct road to wealth was through private ownership. He said that 90% of millionaires got their wealth by investing in real estate. The billionaire was of the belief that private equity was the fastest path to wealth. Now, investors of every size can take advantage of private equity investing. Additionally, crowdfunding companies like the PS Group give their members a leg up with our cutting-edge technology and user-friendly tools that assure your investment success.

Private Equity crowdfunding lets individuals invest in private companies in return for an equity stake in future profits. Conversely, the platform gives startups an opportunity to raise funding without having to go public. Private equity crowdfunding brings interested investors and entrepreneurs together to realize the dream of private ownership. With crowdfunding, even a novice investor with a small amount of capital can get in on the next big idea that's destined for unrivaled financial success.

PSG offers Investors and Entrepreneurs a Turnkey Approach

By combining the platform with our experienced team of crowdfunding advisors, the PS Group is the rising bar for a new generation of private equity investors without requiring a million-dollar stake just to get into the game. Additionally, the PS Group's investment strategy eliminates the need to invest in a third party like an investment banker or licensed broker.

The PS Group investment portfolio was designed with efficiency and speed to execution in mind. Everything our investors need to make a decision in one place. The opportunities that are available through the PS Group is a cornucopia of the most exciting and fast-growing markets on the planet. Our clients include the Cannabis industry, eCommerce, real estate, communications, and much more. For start-ups, the PS Group provides a turnkey environment offering all the myriad elements that go into launching a successful enterprise. From a humble background, Andrew Carnegie became a billionaire by the age of 30 by investing in private equity. So can you by partnering with PSG.

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