Shares.com is a new investment club that will be going live at the end of August. The project will start in the United Kingdom with the head office being in London and will be opened in France, Germany, USA, Canada and other countries shortly after.
The idea is to offer our customers shares from alternative investment instruments. Together, our members will be buying shares in valuable assets.
With the experienced team behind shares.com, we are aiming to be the biggest investment club in the world.
A brand new group investment site that allows investors to buy smaller shareholdings in everything from famous works of art to domain names promises to alter the face of investing forever when it launches later this year. From owning a stake in a great Picasso masterpiece and being a part owner of a multi million pound stamp collection to grabbing a piece of an up and coming energy company or a slice of a high value domain name, Shares.com is a dynamic new concept which puts micro shares of valuable assets within reach of individual investors all over the world.
In an era where investment and risk go hand-in-hand, Shares.com promises to reduce both while increasing the ability to trade and sell shares for those who might not have immediate access to huge funds. Not all investors can afford to buy real estate, a public company, a stake in a film production company or a $30m famous masterpiece, but with Shares.com, each person can split the value of the asset into smaller shareholdings, allowing a slice of the action for around $30. Once all shares are sold for an asset, investors can re-list their shares for sale for a higher price on the Shares.com website, which provides a unique and easy-to-use platform for investors on small budgets.
Fernando Pereira COO of Shares.com, says, “With the launch of Shares.com, we are combining the traditional method of investment and asset trading, with the new crowdfunding trend that has taken off around the globe. Investors can club together and pitch in to purchase anything from a painting to a stake in a brand new energy project, and when all shares are sold they will be the proud part-owner of an asset worth millions. They can then re-list their shares on our platform and sell them at a higher price, which allows them to go back into the market for a slightly larger slice of the investment pie next time around.”
He adds, “Our platform is one of the most dynamic new developments out there, merging conventional investment with the thrilling new online crowdfunding craze. We hope to expand Shares.com into a global venture and we’re getting off to a flying start with plenty of buzz created in the UK right now.”
Shares.com has been accepted to the innovative startup funding site, Seedrs.com with a campaign due to go live in a few weeks. Shares.com will use the Seedrs platform to raise funds to promote and develop the project further throughout May.
To find out more, visit the Shares.com website: http://www.shares.com/
In the midst of FCA controversy regarding crowd funding, an entrepreneurial international project is due to fire up in the United Kingdom; allowing anyone to own shares on any valuable asset.
Britain will see the premiere of an innovative site called shares.com, which allows investors to own micro shares in almost anything. The concept will be launched in the UK first; baiting Brits to become co-owners of boundless valuable assets.
Following its UK debut set for the 3rd quarter of 2014, founders Benan Tumkaya and Fernando Pereira plan to extend the opportunities to other countries including the USA, Canada and a number of EU countries.
Mr. Tumkaya said, "Everybody would love to own a Picasso but not all investors can afford to spend $30 million on one painting. Our aim is to split the value of high value assets such as that artwork into smaller shareholdings in order to make it affordable for investors in any size. When you split that artwork into a million shares, each share will be $30, essentially anybody will therefore be able to buy any number of shares from the artwork; limited only by their budget. Once all shares have been sold for an asset, investors will be able to re-list their shares for sale at a higher price, giving them chance to return profit rapidly. All of this will be possible through this inventive platform.
Of course, shares.com will not be limited to selling shares in artwork only. Investors can provisionally peruse shares on domain names, public companies, high value stamps, energy companies, real estate, hotel rooms, movies and limitless other instruments of interest to investors. With this plethora of potential, the platform is poised to pioneer shareholding as a household hobby.
Globally recognised seedrs.com, a pioneering platform for transforming startups by sourcing investment support; has already granted permission for shares.com to seek investors through its online marketing campaign. Investors will need to look out for shares.com to arise as an opportunity, in the near future. With his experienced team, Tumkaya is aiming high to make shares.com the worldwide name in investment.