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David Crowder

David Crowder

W.D. Crowder is an American published author. His background and areas of expertise include history, economics, expatriate living, international relations, investments and personal finance. A widely read and top of his class graduate of Stetson University, he obtained his bachelor of arts degree in History with minors in Latin American Studies and International Relations and a special emphasis in Economics. He was President of his Phi Alpha Theta (National History Honors Fraternity) Stetson University chapter and a Phi Beta Kappa (National Honors Fraternity) member.

After weeks of chatter about an imminent rate increase from the Federal Reserve, last Friday's jobs report has kicked the immediate prospects of one further down the road. The market had looked for 164,000 new jobs in growth and instead saw a very anemic and disappointing only...

Besides Peer to Peer Lending and Crowdfunding, another group of fundraising platforms that bring investors and those in need of funds together are the startup funding platforms. These platforms are populated in part by Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors, but also by accredited investors who...

Crowdfunding is a personal and small business financial revolution whose time has come at last. Though it began in earnest back in the 2006-2009 time period around the Great Recession and its immediate aftermath, these sites, companies, and platforms have really come into their own in...

After the financial crisis got rolling along like an unstoppable steamroller in 2007, consumers and small businesses discovered a shocking and even terrifying new reality. The happy-go-lucky, carefree lenders that had cheerfully splashed liquidity in the form of loans around the consumer and small business channels...

                RealCrowd is on a mission to put online investors together with commercial real estate that is actually professionally managed. Read on to see how and how well they achieve their objectives in this goal. RealCrowd Intro & Background The idea behind RealCrowd is to sink your investment...

If you need financing for a property or you wish to invest in someone else's property, Realty Mogul is the crowdfunding website and peer to peer lending platform for you. The platform easily assists with matching up those who need loans and financing with those...

      Crowdfunding, or Peer to Peer investing, has finally taken a major leap forward with the passage of legislation that allows non-accredited investors to buy into these types of private investment equity deals. This is major news that will shake up the investing world for good...

        There are not many international peer to peer lenders based outside of the U.S. that allow you to be involved in both U.S. and international opportunities in Europe as well. This is why Funding Circle, probably the largest crowd funding investor in loans, is unique....

Real Estate forms of Peer to Peer crowdfunding lending have been popping up everywhere over the last few years. The first one opened its doors in 2010, and today there are over 50 of them in the U.S. You should expect to see even more...

Crowdfunding continues to grow in popularity and presence. The niche industry has expanded to the point that real estate crowd funding-investing has finally come of age. RealtyShares is such a company that permits you to invest in both residential and commercial real estate. Crowdfunding is popping up...

        Most Peer to Peer lenders, and traditional lenders in general, look to credit scores, income, and employment as their primary means of determining whether or not to give you a loan. There is a relatively new disrupting company in this P2P space that has found an...

        From the beginning of recorded history practically, banks have been the middlemen in between people who had money to invest and lend, and people who wanted to borrow money. For the first time in recent history, this monopoly has been convincingly broken. Thanks to the rise...

      Among the various peer to peer lending outfits in the U.S., Prosper.com turns out to be the very first one in the country. This lending company is not so much a bank as it is a matchmaking service. The organization matches individuals who wish to invest...