Wed 14 Jun 2017 11:20PM

Start an investor pool for tiny share ownership

WC William Cerf Public Seen by 123

I am a really tiny investor. Right now I own one (1) share through Robin Hood. I'm wondering if it would be possible to start an investor pool for people like me? Please reply to this thread.


Jessica Riley Mon 19 Jun 2017 3:07AM

It certainly would be possible to craft an outreach campaign to gauge interest in the community of investors like you. It seems in alignment with the larger effort in that its collective power of small folks that could potentially create great change or momentum toward change. If folks are into it, we could brainstorm on some ideas for this.


William Cerf Mon 19 Jun 2017 11:44AM

Thanks for your encouraging words, Jessica Riley. Who else would enjoy joining this effort?

"From little acorns big oak trees grow"


Jo Booth Wed 21 Jun 2017 7:09PM

I'm keen - shares would need to be held for the contributors in some way as a group. some sort of co-op structure @williamcerf ?


William Cerf Wed 21 Jun 2017 7:34PM

Yes, definitely a co-op structure of some sort that is allowable under the law. @jobooth would you be interested in collaborating on this effort? I'm sure there are others on this list who would lend us their technical expertise. What say you?


Jo Booth Thu 22 Jun 2017 9:14AM



William Cerf Thu 22 Jun 2017 2:45PM

Fantastic. I'm not sure where to start. Are you on Facebook? I'd like to have a chat with you to brainstorm ideas. My Facebook is: https://www.facebook.com/william.cerf

I live in Manchester, NH.

Looking forward to collaborating with you.


Danny Spitzberg Thu 22 Jun 2017 2:58PM

William, this is definitely the spirit of #BuyTwitter. I'm curious, What do you want to get out of pooling investment? What's different than the current space we have here, with other investors like Chad and many others? What did you think about the platform coop investment club?


Danny Spitzberg Thu 29 Jun 2017 5:31PM

William, I know a lot of people here are also curious about pooling investments. To be helpful, I could personally use more background from you on why you see this as important and different than what we as investors currently have with this forum and others like it for collective discussion and decision-making.


Matthew Cropp Fri 23 Jun 2017 1:14PM

LLC investment club is probably lowest-overhead approach, but limited to 99 members: http://www.coopwatercooler.com/discussions//building-to-co-op-movement-base-with-investment-clubs


Alvaro Solache Fri 23 Jun 2017 1:57PM

Hellow im Alvaro solache Teamcoach at Mondragon Team Academy were we are teaching how to create investment funds between teamcoops. We are using open valuenaccounting app we have developed www.timefounder.com to to track all kind of investments ( work, advice, cash, assets...) would like to be part of this experiment invito g to start with a agile spirit. We use to start as learning coop or junior company association and we manage to start projects were we invest . Then if one project commes to life se spinoff it

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