The private companies we select will be primarily owned by the American Baby Boomer Generation (those born from 1946-1964). With about 80 million people in this age group, they control 79% of America's financial assets and 62% of Wall St. investment accounts. There is an opportunity to solve a major problem for this generation. There is no primary source to buy and finance those private companies that have sales between $2-20 million and EBITDA between $500 thousand and $3 million. 
4 Reasons to Invest in a Nano Cap
1. Growth
With a nano cap company, you will be able to realize more potential growth. 
When a company gets too big, it cannot grow the way it once did. By getting in when the company is still small,
 you will be able to get in on the front end of a potentially massive growth curve.

2. Flexibility
3. Thin Market
A nano cap company is one of the smallest companies in the market. 
These companies tend to be much more flexible than their larger counterparts. 
When you are small, you can adapt to the changing conditions in the market much more quickly than a larger company. In addition to this, smaller companies tend to rely on innovation and new ideas in order to stay in business. They will often be able to get things to the market quicker than a large company. A larger company will require a new idea to go through several different decision-makers and committees before the result of it can hit the market.

Such a small company will have a very limited trading market. 
Therefore, if you purchase stock in their company, you will be one of the few investors in the market that has any. 
If the company were ever to become a popular investment, you would have the stock already on hand. 
Then, when the masses of investors tried to get their hands on the stock, they would have to pay a premium for it on the market. When you have limited shares available and a large market of investors, the price of the stock tends to go up significantly in a short time. You could potentially make a great return on your investment if this were to happen.

4. Less Media Coverage
When you invest in a nano cap company, you will not have to worry about media coverage affecting the viability of your investment. Companies that are that small tend to go under the radar when it comes to investment experts. 
When you are dealing with a stock that has a great deal of information already on the market, it can be difficult to make a significant return.

For example, when a stock expert issues a recommendation to buy a certain stock, many investors might decide to purchase it.
If that stock expert is one of many stock experts that are recommending this particular security, most people will already know about.

However, if a stock expert recommends investing in a certain nano cap company, that could potentially cause a huge upswing in the price of the stock. Investors like to get tips about unknown stocks.

Therefore, if you already own stock in the company, you could reap a huge return on your investment.

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