Word forms: (regular plural) accredited investors
( Finance : Investment , Stocks )
Each purchaser who is not an accredited investor must have the knowledge and experience in finance and business to be capable of evaluating
the merits and risks of the prospective investment.
An accredited investor is a wealthy investor with a net worth of at least $7 million or more than $200,000
in gross annual income.
An accredited investor is an organization or a wealthy individual that is considered to be financially knowledgeable,
and can buy securities that are not registered with the SEC.
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