What are the difference between Crowdfunding equities and Stock

Modified on Fri, 17 May 2024 at 04:24 PM

The difference between Crowdfunding equities and Stock includes: 

1. The scale of business that applies for crowdfunding are mostly (Mid-cap/SME) with growth potential and not a public company. 

2. The type of returns, which will be generated in the form of stocks, enabling investors to grow with the business and become eligible to receive dividend payments (depending on the company's policy). There are also returns in the form of capital gains as a result of buying/selling transactions which could take place in the future. 

3. Retail investors could open an account free of charge on the platform 

4. The minimum investment starts at (approximately) THB 20,000 

5. Buying-Selling market for PeerPower stocks are not traded on the exchange market 

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