Discussion in 'Making Money' started by deki33, Nov 9, 2015.
Does anybody know what is good start to learn more about how to do Angel investment?
No Idea but take a look at that site: https://angel.co/ could be a start.
Just an idea: udemy
But I don't know if it's quality or not.
chinese startups sometimes only need us$4000/10% btw...
I want to be angel invested to Wiki has some good information on this. As well as how to
I found this - http://futureinvestor.co/courses/angel
Where to you find those opportunities?
Interesting thread. Have there been good returns on recent projects at Angel? I just read something about most startups folding within 48 months or something like that.
It is risky investment as you are investing in businesses in early stage.
Read this - http://calacanis.com/2015/01/09/should-you-be-an-angel-investor/
interesting, keep us updated
It really depends on how cautious you are. Some guys in there just throw money to lots of startups and hope one will get them a nice 5000% return. Some other pick them very well and get involved in it (which is the best way I think).
And there are those who make the wrong choices.
This guy seems promising: https://angel.co/penchina/syndicate
guy stepped over a lot of people to make us$10m and now lives his finals days pledging us$10k here and there... somehow i wouldn't feel too good taking his advice
btw. the single biggest shift to US investors came here a few days ago www.sec.gov/news/pressrelease/2015-249.html basically legalizing shares offering by non-accredited individuals. gofundme is going to step in on this
I think it's a very risky business and you need to have a lot to invest- might lose your cash 4 times then make 500% plus the fifth time...
also so I think you need to get in somewhere that you really know the business well in order that you can perform in depth due diligence.
I think there are some good tech startup collaboratives around that would be a good place to start (assuming that's your niche).
Thanks for the heads up. It may seem that people just jump in and give money to someone already successful without much research.
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