Is investing in accelerator funds better than joining an angel group? Here's three reasons why the answer to that question is yes.
VC & Angel Capital
The typical angel portfolio has 7 companies, too small to ensure an acceptable financial return at minimal risk. Here's why angels have small portfolios.
Why do convertible notes beat SAFE? There are several important differences between the two, which make the former a better choice for most angels.
We take a look at why faculty angel investors tend to focus on investing in ventures that emerged from their institutions.
One of the most common questions would-be angel investors ask is, "What's best stage for angels to invest?" Several start-up investors suggested this one.
While the valuations of companies at the Series A stage or later have risen, the pre-seed stage valuations of companies have fallen. Here's why this may be.
In recent years, further declines in the cost of bringing new software products to market has wrought three changes in pre-seed funding.
In the angel investing world, you need to watch out for "false negatives" to avoid missed opportunities in startup investments.
You should always talk to strangers as an entrepreneur. Sure there is risk in doing so but the value of the conversation is likely to exceed the risk.
Deal-by-deal carry often yields very different returns from fund-level carry. Discover the benefits, and the downsides, of this investment vehicle.
When things go bad in a startup, the best response is to rationally evaluate your alternatives. Don't criticize the founders and ask for your money back.
Here's some helpful advice on merging investments that are in the seed stage of growth.