Pescadero, CA (PRWEB) January 4, 2007
Between now and mid-February, The Global Village Investment Club offers its weekend new member orientation meetings in the San Francisco Bay Area. These meetings offer accredited investors the secret formula to the venture capital club's investment success. Participants have the opportunity to join the largest venture capital club in the world.
The Global Village Investment Club turns investors into stock market insiders. The odds of traditional venture capital club members profiting are less than one-in-100. The odds of small capital investors winning their speculations are about one-in-50. The odds that public company insiders make money are better than even.
The Global Village Investment Club's (GVIC) basic investment strategy is to do private placements in public equities. Speculating in shares offers members greater liquidity. Share prices tend to trade at a multiple of the asset value of the company and thus members leverage their investments by converting them into publicly traded stock. A list of new member orientation meeting dates can be found at the GVIC website.
GVIC members make money by participating in Private Investment in Public Equities (PIPE) financings. They make money by bringing private companies that meet the GVIC standards and agree to our Venture Capital Profits goals to the club for funding. And, they make money by participating in the private company acquisition program that leads to a GVIC underwriting.
Five years ago, GVIC evolved from investor interest in Beowulf Investments. The Merchant Bank had found ways to avoid all the known pitfalls of doing PIPE financings. As in any risk capital investment, spreading the risk among a large group of investors reduced risk and allowed for more capital for quality companies.
GVIC's annual membership drive offers accredited investors a way to become stock market insiders by participating in private investment in public equities financings. Orientation meetings are being held into mid-February in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Venture Capital Club's membership believes that funding operating companies is less risky than supplying seed capital to startup companies. And that taking public company shares offers them liquidity and leverage. The strategy has lower risks and greater potential rewards than the traditional speculative formulas used by venture capitalists and venture capital clubs.