What type of investor are you according to the SEC and does it even matter? Well, the short answer is yes, it matters and you should know what type of investor you are in the eyes of the SEC so you are not missing out on exclusive investment opportunities. The more qualified an investor is, the more investment options they will be able to invest in. It is not always clear how someone qualifies or even what counts towards their qualifications but Aaron explains that in depth in this episode of the Passive Cash Flow Podcast. Maybe you are just getting started and are only a Sophisticated investor or maybe you are past Accredited status and have achieved Qualified Investor. If you are not sure where you fall in this spectrum then this episode is for you!
01:33 Qualified Investor vs Accredited Investor: Crucial Information
03:53 What is an Accredited Investor
04:38 Advantages of Accredited Investor status
06:37 What is a Qualified Investor
09:28 Advantages of Qualified Investor status
13:43 Have a good investment strategy
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