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Investment / Re: Farmcrowdy To Crowdyvest by Trendsetter: 10:36am On Aug 22, 2019
I think I prefer theirs because they're also helping people and creating jobs with your investments. Farmcrowdy is helping farmers and providing food for us while also giving you interests. Stocks are good but they don't really impact people's lives. I think theirs is both profitable and impactful and that's what makes them stand out.
gamaliel9:
Who has invested here? Their interests are better than treasury bills and a well above interest rates[20% to 22% especially their transportation investment],the long duration to tie down your money creates a hesistancy in investing. Who has the liver to go with them? 20% of 100k is 20k after one year...

Is it profitable than buying stocks? Though i prefer stocks... cheesy

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Investment / Re: NAIRALANDERS: Be Careful Of Where You Invest Your Money On This Platform. by Trendsetter: 1:03pm On Aug 07, 2019
They no longer collect the 2% and I think they've even moved to a new platform, Crowdyvest, where you can now invest in other things apart from agriculture. Curious, which farming platform is giving 184k for 800k though, and how long does it take?
Wickedfacts:


Farmcrowdy has gotten investors in millions of dollars and they seek to satisfy those dollar investors instead of satisfying local investors. The profit rates you see on farmcrowdy are 40% of what they made. Farmers get 40%, Investors get 40% and Farmcrowdy gets 20%.

The latest nonsense they're doing now is to collect 2% of the investment fund in addition to the 20% of the farm profits they usually collect thereby reducing the true profit from investment.

I put more than 1.3M in Farmcrowdy and I'm getting 185k, whereas on another farming platform, 800k is giving me 184k. Once my investment cycle in farmcrowdy matures, I'm pulling out my money elsewhere.

They've become celebrity farmers, when showmanship and media glitz overshadows the true business.
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