Yes. However, investments in crowdfunding assets should be viewed as a long-term and illiquid investment. Conforming to current stipulations, you must hold any purchased shares for a minimum of nine months from the acquisition date.
Liquidity is the ease in which you can sell your shares after you have purchased them. Buying shares in businesses pitching through truCrowd cannot be sold easily as they are unlikely to be listed on a secondary trading market, such as NASDAQ, AMEX or the New York Stock Exchange. Even successful companies rarely list shares on such an exchange. In addition, if you purchase B Investment Shares, these are non-voting shares and may not be attractive to potential buyers. Without a public market to find a buyer for shares, it may be more difficult to sell them for a cash return. However, is expected that secondary markets for equity crowdfunded shares will appear in the near future.