Alphascend Capital is a group of experienced investors and investment professionals who believe oil and gas producers, consumers, and investors are poorly served by underinvestment in domestic oil and gas exploration and production.
- Producers struggle to complete productive projects due to misunderstandings of their industry and a lack of available capital.
- Investors forego the massive tax benefits and significant profit potential from oil and gas projects due to their complexity and boom-or-bust reputation.
- Consumers pay higher prices at the pump and in their energy bills.
- All Americans lose when we sacrifice our energy independence to foreign powers and send high-paying energy exploration and production jobs to foreign shores.
At the moment no, but this is something we will be bringing in in 2024. You will be able to allocate your investment to a variety of oil and gas projects of your choosing, based on the information we provide.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) defines an “accredited investor” as an individual or a business entity that is allowed to deal in securities that are not registered with financial authorities. These are typically high-net-worth individuals or institutional investors.
Accredited investors have special privileges in terms of access to private investment opportunities not available to the general public. This categorization is in place because accredited investors are deemed to be more financially sophisticated and better able to sustain the potential loss of an investment.
Here are the qualifications as they stood January 2022:
- An individual with an income of more than $200,000 per year, or $300,000 for those married, for the last two years with the expectation that they will earn at least the same in the current year.
Net Worth Test:
- An individual or couple with a net worth exceeding $1 million, excluding the value of their primary residence.
Certain Professional Certifications, Designations, and Credentials:
- Holders of the Series 7, Series 65, and Series 82 licenses.
Knowledgeable Employees of a Private Fund:
- This applies to individuals who participate in the fund’s investment activities.
Entity Composed of Accredited Investors:
- An entity in which all equity owners are accredited investors.
- An organization with over $5 million in assets, such as a business, nonprofit, or trust, can be considered an accredited investor.
Registered Investment Companies:
- This includes mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and others.
Business Development Companies:
- Defined by the Investment Company Act of 1940.
Small Business Investment Companies:
- Licensed by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Employee Benefit Plans:
- If the investment decisions are made by a bank, insurance company, or a registered investment adviser, or if the plan has total assets in excess of $5 million.
- With at least $5 million in assets under management, and their prospective family clients.
Exempt Reporting Advisers:
- Advisers who would be required to register under Section 203(l) or 203(m) of the Investment Advisers Act.
Entities, including Indian tribes, governmental bodies, funds, and entities organized under the laws of foreign countries, that own “investments,” as defined in Rule 2a51-1(b) under the Investment Company Act, in excess of $5 million and that was not formed for the specific purpose of investing in the securities offered, can also be considered accredited investors.
It’s crucial to be aware that the qualifications can change, and the SEC may periodically update the definitions and requirements. Always refer to the latest documentation from the SEC or consult with a financial or legal professional when determining your accredited investor status.
As long as you qualify as an accredited investor, the minimum investment is $50,000.
The Importance of Trust
When it comes to investing, trust is key. Choosing a reliable investment company is essential for investors to feel secure with their money.
A trustworthy investment company should provide clear information about how their investments work and be open and honest with any potential risks or rewards associated with them.
We know that your investments are your most valuable asset, and only through careful research and due diligence can we aim to protect it for you.
We work hard to gain your trust, not just for today, but for the long-term future ahead. We are about building long-term relationships with investment partners. That’s why we make sure through our open honest and transparent operations, you’re comfortable entrusting us with your investments.
We seek to empower success & build prosperous futures with integrity, expertise, and diligent investment strategies through trusted partnerships. Matt Hoffman CEO