Why do 80-90% of people lose money in the market?
There are a number of reasons, but one of the biggest things is timing. It’s very hard to lose at a 10 or 25 cent entry and very easy to lose money investing in a great company when it’s all the hype and trending upwards.
That $1,000 at $0.10 becomes $10,0000 at $1.00, and with the nature of cannabis stocks that isn’t a ridiculous expectation to have anymore. So, the age old question is, how do I get in before everyone else?
Up until recently only the inner circle could get in before the general public, you had to know a guy who knew a guy, but that’s all changing. With new software platforms coming into the market average Joe can throw in $1,000 with just a credit card, no broker account needed.
One of these platforms is Capiche. Built by a securities lawyer/software developer this is a proven and tested platform .
Capiche software is designed to offer issuers a fully-integrated and ultra-secure web platform for their online private placements. This software creates all the necessary documentation quickly and manages effective interactions with investors.
Capiche controls the transactions to ensure they are completed successfully and accurately. From setting the terms and creating a closing agenda to filing the paperwork of exempt distribution – Capiche does it all.
At a time when the stock exchange policies and applicable securities laws are undergoing significant changes, it is ironical that the highly complex private placements continue to be finalized through a paper-based manual process.
That’s why it takes a considerable amount of time, expertise, and expense to complete a private placement process right now.
Since this private placements process is so complex, it only remains open to two kinds of people:
- Individuals or parties that are closely connected with the issuer
- A limited number of accredited investors
Until recently, only selected institutional investors and individuals with high net worth could buy securities through the private placement.
But thanks to the latest changes in Canadian Securities laws, now ordinary investors can also participate in such financing opportunities.
This is where Capiche comes in. Capiche software benefits everyone – issuers, investors, and all other parties involved. The platform enables the private placement process to be completely comprehended by all users. In addition to this, Capiche also modifies the process according to the circumstances and requirements of the users.
Capiche operation involves eight simple steps as follows:
Step 1: Register and create the issuer profile
Register your username and password to create your Capiche account. Then choose an issuer best represented by you. Then evaluate, confirm, and add to (if needed) the pre-populated information pertaining to the issuer to complete your issuer profile.
Step 2: Set up the private placement process
Fill in the terms and further details of the private placement. This will include the relevant jurisdictions which will offer the securities and any exemptions from prospectus requirement that can help the subscribers to create private placement.
Step 3: Start a working group
Fill in the details of working group members and share management responsibilities with one or more members, as required. Then these members are invited to register with Capiche as well.
Step 4: Sort out pre-closing documents
The next step is to review, settle, and process the pre-closing documents generated by Capiche. Then attend to the necessary tasks relating to pre-closing, including board approval, stock exchange notice, news release, and subscription agreement.
Step 5: Initiate private placement
Publish the news release announcing the offering and inviting potential subscribers. Offer a page on issuer’s website and send emails on behalf of the issuer.
Step 6: Track the subscriptions
Now track the status of subscriptions acquired through Capiche in real time. Also, interact with the subscribers and keep them updated on the closing status.
Step 7: Close the private placement
Evaluate and settle up the closing documents generated by Capiche. Then ensure that all the closing tasks including board approval, treasury order, subscription agreements, and share certificates are finished.
Step 8: Handle the post-closing affairs
Review, sort-out, and evaluate the post-closing paperwork generated by Capiche. Make sure all the post-closing matters are settled, including stock exchange notice, news release, report of exempt distribution, etc.