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The following is an active Regulation D 506(c) investment opportunity for accredited investors only.

Rule 506(c) refers to “accredited investors”. This requirement was put in place to ensure that only investors who were sophisticated enough and who could afford to risk their capital on private, non-registered opportunities could participate. Investors can be accredited by either a high net worth or high annual income.

 

 

 

 

 

PURPOSE

The company is seeking a minimum of $250 thousand dollars and a maximum of $1 million dollars from accredited investors to expand sales and distribution of automated computerized trading systems nationwide.

Market

The e-Trading Software Developers industry consists of Trading platforms, technical analysis software, trading signal generator software and automated online trading software.

Online trading remains hot, accounting for nearly 59.3% of industry revenue. As millennials make up an increasingly large percentage of the investor market, trading platforms will need to meet their expectations, if the growth of online trading is going to continue. While trading institutions depend on competitively low price-per-trade costs and discounted monthly fees to attract customers, trends in trading platform development technology will help drive growth in this market.

Competition

The companies holding the largest market share in the e-Trading Software Developers industry include The Charles Schwab Corporation, TD Ameritrade and Fidelity National Information Services Inc.

Market Growth

The e-Trading Software Developers industry, defined as companies that operate online securities trading websites and other software programs for the securities market, has grown slightly over the five years to 2018, increasing at an annualized rate of 2.2% to $10.9 billion in 2018, including a 4.2% rise in 2018.

 

While major players, including the Charles Schwab Corporation, Fidelity Investments Inc. and Interactive Brokers LLC (Interactive Brokers), recorded robust growth in the period, as investors increased their use of online trading platforms, the industry was pulled back by smaller companies and start-ups that still make up much of the industry.

Over the past five years, the e-Trading Software Developers industry has grown by 2.2% to reach revenue of $11bn in 2018. In the same time-frame, the number of businesses has grown by 3.0% and the number of employees has grown by 3.2%.

Investing and other industry activity was once a true offline experience, a rise in this driver benefits industry companies as people switch to online platforms. In 2019, the percentage of services conducted online is expected to increase, representing a potential opportunity for the industry.

NOTES

The Company is offering Two Hundred Fifty (250) Notes of the Company to potential investors at Five Thousand ($5,000) Dollars per Note, payable in cash at the time of the subscription.  The minimum purchase is one (1) note.  The Notes will have an annual rate of return of twelve (12%) percent simple interest over the term thereof, with a maturity date of twelve (12) months from the Commencement Date of each Note.  Interest shall be paid monthly.  All principal shall be paid at maturity.  Principal may be prepaid at the sole discretion of the Company, without a prepayment penalty.

Issuers of securities under Regulation D 506(c) are required to file a notice with the SEC using Form D within 15 days of the first sale of a security. Form D requires the issuer to supply basic information about the offering and the issuer. Typical information contained on Form D includes the issuer’s industry, whether a broker-dealer was involved, and the amount being raised. The Company has filed in advance Form D

Issuers must notice file with each state in which securities are sold within 15 days of the first sale. New York State law is in conflict with Federal law and therefore residents may be excluded from this offer.  Many securities law practitioners and the issuers they advise take the position that New York’s requirement conflicts with federal law and is thus preempted. In fact, the New York State Bar Association has published a position paper advancing this view. 

 

Investors interested in the offer will be required to identify their applicable state of residence below and may be precluded from seeing the precise details of the opportunity until such state notice filing occurs. This does not represent an offering of securities until a complete offering memorandum, including private placement documentation is shared directly by Emini Futures Day Trader.