The future of investing is everyone being able to buy equity in private companies. Both early-stage startups and later-stage growth companies. It’s an extremely exciting market that non-accredited investors deserve the chance to participate in.
Is there such a thing as good years and bad years for startups? When it comes to advances in mobile technology, the data says yes.
How do you invest in what you hope will be massively revenue-producing companies pre-revenue? Here’s how to avoid the startup investing Catch-22.
Angel investing has gone from esoteric to chic. But this new breed of angel investors has a serious flaw that is sending the wrong message… to entrepreneurs and investors.
There are dozens of sites out there today offering early-stage opportunities. But AngelList is emerging as something much more than just an investment portal. It’s become a key part of the entire startup ecosystem.
The full rachet is a very different kind of financial engineering from what brought about the Great Recession. It’s not nearly as clever or inscrutable but just as dangerous.
Thanks to new provisions like liquidation preferences in startup funding deals, early-stage investors (and founders) could find themselves going from big winners to big losers.
Robots are like a force of nature. There’s no right and wrong. But like them or hate them, they’re coming. That’s why now is the time to invest in robotics startups.