Warning: "You may lose your entire investment, and you should be in a position to bear this risk without undue hardship."
Are you good at picking winners in the stock market, Fantasy Surfer and so on? I’m fabulously terrible. Loss after loss after loss.
I would’ve had far more fun pulverising hundreds of thousands of dollars with a rock or drinking expensive martinis made with ancient gin and eating stale salted peanuts in some famous hotel bar.
If you didn’t know, Stephanie Gilmore, Mick Fanning and Matt Wilkinson all ride DHDs. Do they work? Does a Pope shit in the woods?
Wanna hang on my shoulder and read the prospectus?
In the last four years, the company has achieved considerable growth and attracted talented management that are focused on brand positioning and amplifying distribution channels. International sales represent 35% of revenue and with the introduction of EPS surfboards, DHD is well placed to increase this share. The company has also acquired the iconic Modom brand. As an established and innovative brand with existing offshore production relationships, work practices and product ranges, Modom is the key to expanding the product range of DHD and tapping into the surf accessory industry. Modom also has a loyal customer base and its own impressive riders Craig Anderson and Taj Burrow.
DHD is raising capital to increase inventory, invest in product innovation and marketing. Alongside and in addition to these plans, the company also has major growth opportunities in the EPS and soft surfboard market as well as accessories and fashion.
If you’re new to the speculative game or don’t have much cash to throw around, Equitise will relieve you of up to ten thousand Australian dollars.
If you’re a sophisticated investor (click here to see if you qualify) oowee… ain’t no limit to how much you can toss into the pot.
Are you in?
Before you invest your lifesavings, please be aware that,
- Crowd-sourced funding is risky. Issuers using this facility include new or rapidly growing ventures. Investment in these types of ventures is speculative and carries high risks.
- You may lose your entire investment, and you should be in a position to bear this risk without undue hardship.
- Even if the company is successful, the value of your investment and any return on the investment could be reduced if the company issues more shares.
- Your investment is unlikely to be liquid. This means you are unlikely to be able to sell your shares quickly or at all if you need the money or decide that this investment is not right for you.
- Even though you have remedies for misleading statements in the offer document or misconduct by the company, you may have difficulty recovering your money.
- There are rules for handling your money. However, if your money is handled inappropriately or the person operating this platform on which this offer is published becomes insolvent, you may have difficulty recovering your money.