Finance: What is pooling: investment/interest?

A pooled interest occurs when two or more investors combine capital in order to make a joint investment. Especially if investing in a prosthetics company.

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fund bond funds etfs reads mlps any uh pretty much

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and well every other investment vehicle that can scale to

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allow for two or twenty or two million investors to

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all come together and invest well Why would people want

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to do this scale or rather synergies of costs from

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scale Whether you have one investor or ten thousand you

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need to file papers and there are usually pretty much

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always lawyers involved and accountants and other wall street gum

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sucking gadflies and the marginal additional cost of servicing ten

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thousand pooled investors is only somewhat more than servicing won

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So in many cases pooling makes a lot of sense

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when investors interests are generally aligned and when they're not 00:01:07.229 --> [endTime] around there's trouble