Two of the mentioned risks that come with in investing with Fundanna are illiquidity and dilution.
If this investment is a long term and illiquid asset, then I understand that this investment will be difficult to sell and/or exchanged for cash in the future, and the losses will be substantial.
Why is Transatlantic Real Estate 1) offering people the option to invest in its company if it has met its goal, which merely dilutes the ownership percentage of a shareholder's share in the business?
2) If Transatlantic keeps harping on the strength of its future investments and its capacity to turn a profit, why is this an illiquid asset now?
3) Will this illiquidity change into liquidity in the future or some such?
4) If this is an illiquid asset, how is Transatlantic looking to make future profits, especially if it carries with it the possible risk of dilution?
This carries a much higher risk than liquid assets. Can you explain and map out how Transatlantic will reduce the risks inherent in illiquid assets, safeguard its shares from losing value and its shareholders from losing real cash/money.
Thank you for taking the time to answer these questions.