Stock on the Block.com
Liquid Private Equity in Pre-IPO Shares
This offer is for non-US accredited investors only. By filling this form and clicking 'sign and submit' you agree that you are an accredited investor. Click here for a full description of what is an accredited investor.
Our platform is unique because it allows investors to actually trade Pre-IPO shares (that means buy and sell) with no lock-ups, and with the lowest fees in the industry. No margin, no short selling - just active buying and selling of Pre-IPO shares, the way investing should be. Learn more by filling out the info and clicking 'sign and submit.'
Mature Pre-IPO companies available on a private liquid
platform, buy and sell with no lock-ups and low fees.
Welcome to stockontheblock.com - This offer is for accredited non-US citizens only. If you are a US Citizen you are not eligible for this offer. If you'd like to know more about this offer, we need to get to know you a little better. We know that if you're reading this you're an incredible investor but we need to ensure you're an accredited investor. Please submit us the most basic details and we'll respond by email and/or phone with documents about how you can participate. Just for signing up we will send you free our INVESTORS GUIDE TO BITCOIN AND CRYPTOCURRENCIES PDF.
Our system is an electronic network created for accredited investors that provides its members with technology solutions that enable them to invest in private companies and transact with other members on the network. Once the necessary due diligence is completed and an applicant is approved to be a member, they will gain access to exclusive investment opportunities and have the ability to transact with other members in a transparent and efficient manner.
U.S. Pre-IPO Market
The regulatory costs and reporting requirements associated with being a public company, coupled with the abundance of private funding sources and extremely low interest rates has led to private companies staying private longer than ever before. Historically, many companies conducted their IPO around years 5-7. After the IPO is when most investors finally gained access to companies that could potentially deliver 10X returns in less than a decade. Thanks to easy money in the secondary markets and the current market conditions, those types of IPO’s are very rare. These companies have not gone away, but most of their growth is taking place while the company is still private, leaving much less opportunity for growth in the public markets.
The fact that companies are waiting so long to go public has created problems for existing shareholders and interested investors. Early investors and employees of these companies want and need liquidity, while a significant number of investors would like to buy private shares of new and innovative companies. This situation has created an entire new market for private shares prior to the IPO and the few that have access to this space have all the benefits of the growth and wealth creation.
These investments sound great. What’s the Problem?
The current Pre-IPO market is bigger than ever before, but up until now this market has been very inefficient. Below are the three problems with this space, even for those who have access.
Our system was built to solve these problems and provides its members with many more benefits.
The solution is an electronic network that allows investors to purchase membership interests as a vehicle to invest in the individual underlying companies. The structure provides its members with liquidity, transparency and industry leading technology to seamlessly interact with other members to invest and liquidate their investments in private companies.
How does that solve the existing problems?
Investing in private companies has always provided investors with the potential for massive returns and investments in an asset class that has less correlation to the overall public markets. We are the first international platform of its kind that lets you trade membership interest in Pre-IPO investments like you would trade any stock on the NASDAQ or NYSE. Because the process is infinitely more efficient and done through the structure, investors gain access to exclusive Pre-IPO opportunities with the following benefits:
For more information or to get started, please fill out the basic form on this website by clicking "Sign Me Up" below:
Electronic Document Basic Description of our Pre-IPO network
The future of investing in securities
The world is changing. Change with it.
Elite E Services has been in the financial services business for a long time. Recently we were hired as a research consultant to investigate the growing ICO market, because Bitcoin is a currency and trading BTC/USD is Forex. The state of the industry is less than institutional grade, you can say Bitcoin has Junk status (if there was a rating agency for Cryptocurrency). The attraction to Bitcoin is to replicate the high returns. But there are other ways to get a 10x or 20x return on your money, of course with huge risk. That's why we've partnered with the world's only Pre-IPO portal that offers investors the ability to buy and sell mature ready to IPO companies working on groundbreaking technology that can really change the world (not just virtually). After seeing the recent Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, we researched weather modification technology to find that public companies like Raytheon (RTN) not only own patents to control Hurricanes but provide data to NOAA (You can read the culmination of this research here on our information site GlobalIntelHub.com).
The US Government has been outsourced to Corporate America, for a fee. For better or worse, this situation is not likely to change in our lifetime. The best security in this world is the US Government and specifically the US Military. Having Department of Defense contracts is like, well – there’s no better customer. They are the least likely to default and always pay up front. Therefore, it is our conclusion that the most 'secure' way to achieve a high yield on a high risk investment, is to invest in Pre-IPO Mature companies that have such contracts - these companies are available on our platform - we look forward to seeing you participate.
This offer is only available for Accredited Investors. The definition varies from country to country, so we have used the USA's definition, although US Citizens are not eligible for this offer. From Investopedia:
What is an 'Accredited Investor'
An accredited investor is a person or entity that can deal with securities not registered with financial authorities by satisfying one of the requirements regarding income, net worth, asset size, governance status or professional experience. The term is used by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under Regulation D to refer to investors who are financially sophisticated and have a reduced need for the protection provided by regulatory disclosure filings. Accredited investors include natural individuals, banks, insurance companies, brokers and trusts.
BREAKING DOWN 'Accredited Investor'
Because raising capital entails costly regulatory filings, many companies offer securities to accredited investors, exempting the companies from registering securities with the SEC. Regulatory authorities verify that an individual or entity possesses necessary financial means or knowledge to take investment risks in unregistered securities, before he is considered an accredited investor.
Accredited Investor Requirements
To be an accredited investor, a person must demonstrate an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for the last two years with expectation of earning the same or higher income. An individual must have earned income above the thresholds either alone or with a spouse over the last three years. The income test cannot be satisfied by showing one year of an individual's income and the next two years of joint income with a spouse. The exception to this rule is when a person is married within the period of conducting a test. A person is also considered an accredited investor if he has a net worth exceeding $1 million, either individually or jointly with his spouse. The SEC also considers a person to be an accredited investor if he is a general partner, executive officer, director or a related combination thereof for the issuer of unregistered securities.
An entity is an accredited investor if it is a private business development company or an organization with assets exceeding $5 million. An organization cannot be formed with a sole purpose of purchasing specific securities. Also, if an entity consists of equity owners who are accredited investors, the entity itself is an accredited investor.
In 2016, the U.S. Congress modified the definition of an accredited investor to include registered brokers and investment advisors. Also, if a person can demonstrate sufficient education or job experience showing his professional knowledge of unregistered securities, he is also considered an accredited investor.
Example of an Accredited Investor
Consider an individual who earned $150,000 of individual income for the last three years and reported a primary residence value of $1 million with mortgage of $200,000, a car worth $100,000 with outstanding loan of $50,000, 401(k) account with $500,000 and a savings account with $450,000. While this individual fails the income test, he is an accredited investor according to the test on net worth, which cannot include the value of primary residence and is calculated as assets minus liabilities. The person's net worth is exactly $1 million, which is calculated as his assets of $1,050,000 ($100,000 plus $500,000 plus $450,000) minus a car loan of $50,000.
A typical certification:
I hereby certify that I am familiar with the definition of the term “accredited investor” as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D issued pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and that I meet the criteria to qualify as an accredited investor, in the category or categories indicated by my initials below.
[ ] I am a director, executive officer, or general partner of the issuer of the securities being offered or sold, or a director, executive officer, or general partner of a general partner of that issuer.
[ ] I am a natural person whose individual net worth, or joint net worth with that of my spouse, is in excess of $1,000,000, excluding the value of my primary residence (an in accordance with the below rules);
[ ] I am a natural person who had individual income in excess of $200,000 in each of the two most recent years or joint income with my spouse in excess of $300,000 in each of those years and I have a reasonable expectation of reaching the same income level in the current year.
Rules regarding primary residences: In calculating net worth, an investor: (1) must exclude the value of the investor’s primary residence as an asset; (2) may exclude debt secured by the primary residence, up to the estimated fair market value of the residence; (3) must include the amount of any increase on the debt secured by the primary residence incurred within 60 days prior to the purchase of the securities (unless related to the acquisition of the primary residence); and (4) must include debt in excess of the fair market value of the residence.
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