Dave Long (dl@silcom.com)
Fri, 13 Nov 1998 11:33:14 -0800


> The Angel Capital Electronic Network (ACE-Net) is a nationwide
Internet-based listing >service that provides information to angel investors
on small, dynamic, growing >businesses seeking $250,000 to $5 million in
equity financing. ACE-Net permits angel >investors to search a database of
early-stage small company stock offerings.
>ACE-Net, sponsored by the Office of Advocacy of the U.S. Small Business
>Administration, was announced by the President of the United States in
October 1996. >It is a major effort by the Office of Advocacy to start
systematizing, on a nationwide >basis, and expanding information available
to investors on firms seeking equity >financing. Once fully operational,
ACE-Net will be run as a private, independent, not->for-profit organization.

Are there any instances of micro junk bonds? (consumer credit counts as
"high yield microlending"... anything else?)