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Investors

Selling private assets with SharesPost

SharesPost created our one-of-a-kind trading platform in 2009 to make it easier for private stock shareholders to leverage their assets. Today the SharesPost marketplace includes tens of thousands of accredited investors and financial institutions interested in buying private equity securities.

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Gaining liquidity

SharesPost’s unique marketplace for buyers and our proprietary trading technology make it easy for shareholders to initiate a fully compliant sale of private assets when they want cash.

We make it simple and seamless for you.

Get started selling private shares on SharesPost.

1
Indicate your interest to sell, desired price, and number of shares, and one of our Private Securities Specialists will contact you to discuss the transaction.
2
We work with our network of 50,000+ accredited investors and institutions to source potential buyers.
3
SharesPost’s legal and compliance teams work with you to close your transaction.

Trading tokens

Trading tokens

Trading tokens

Just as SharesPost revolutionized the private equity market in 2009, our marketplace now allows accredited investors to purchase tokens as well as stock. With SharesPost, investors who own tokens get the same benefits shareholders do: a large market of interested buyers and smooth, compliant transactions facilitated by experienced brokers.

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Do you own private stock?

SharesPost respects your and your company’s privacy. We’ve already helped more than 3,000 shareholders from 250 private companies gain liquidity by selling shares with full confidentiality.

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SharesPost Insights

SharesPost Insights

April 19, 2019
Zoom and Pinterest pop on IPO

Two more tech unicorns have joined the public markets. Early indications suggest Zoom and Pinterest jumped into a very receptive market.

April 15, 2019
Private Growth Index Reports 10.9% Q/Q growth for 2018 Q4, outperforming S&P 500

In the fourth quarter of 2018, the SharesPost Private Growth Index, which tracks valuations for 106 private growth firms, increased by 10.9 percent to 168.18 from 152.47 from the previous quarter. By comparison, the S&P 500 was down 14.3 percent and the Dow Jones U.S. Technology Index was down 17.9 percent during the same period.

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