The equity crowdfunding field is getting crowded with companies that have product ideas, prototypes or even actual businesses.
Everyday, non-accredited investors can now wager on the future of these businesses, but the disclosure about them remains rather nominal.
So, in order to parse the good from the bad, a new industry is rising, a crowdfunding rating firm, Stratifund. The firm touts itself as an “independent, unbiased, centralized source of information about equity crowdfunding deals.”
In other words, the Morningstar for crowfunding investors at only $10 bucks a month. With the amount of investment limited by law, is there a $120/year need for this service ?