Researchers say rules designed to protect backers have lots of loopholes.
November 26, 2017 – “Letting small investors buy shares in startups sounds like a great way for budding companies to raise cash. But it could be dangerous for the people putting up the money. … … “There’s too much opportunity” for Ponzi schemes and other shady projects, says Dr. Baucus, now at Texas State University. ” Read more at Wall Street Journal