Investments · Mentor

How could I go about finding a guide or someone who’s willing to mentor me in investing/making investments.

Dylan Hanson Amateur esport management

August 30th, 2019

I don’t have tens of thousands, but I have lots of time, a will to learn, and the passion to commit myself fully Into investing.

I understand how this is probably not entirely what this platform is used for, especially on an individual level, but whilst searching for ways to learn I came across this multiple times and feel like this may be a good way to meet some people who know their way around investing and are interested in being a guide/mentor to someone who really would appreciate their knowledge and experience. I hope this doesn’t come across as spam or ill-mannered, thank you for reading!

Mariia Lvovych Founder at GetReviewed.org - Get Your Products Reviewed by Bloggers

August 31st, 2019

There are different resources and networks, where potential investors can find information and tips on investing into projects and types of investments. Check for example some of the most popular for https://www.canadianinvestmentnetwork.com/investor/45 Investor FAQ

https://www.canadianinvestmentnetwork.com/investor/50 Investment Tips

https://angel.co/invest/start

Howard Lubert Founder and Area President Keiretsu Forum South-East Region

August 30th, 2019

If you qualify as an accredited investor your best bet is to join an active angel group. Instead of a guide you get Mindshare and Swarm mentality. Check out:

http://keiretsuforum-midatlantic.com/investors


Susan Weiner Founder & CEO Orange Dot Baking Company, LLC

August 30th, 2019

What is your business?

Eoin Cooney Co Founder & CEO @ARROE 15 years consumer goods, 8 years consumer electronics

August 30th, 2019

You should join an angel network and you will meet a lot of experienced investors through that. I am sure some of them would be willing to mentor you

Fred Cohen We help grow companies

August 30th, 2019

I agree with Howard - and am President of the Pebble Beach chapter of Keiretsu Forum. However, if you are just getting started, you might want to review the free material at angel to exit (a2e.co) as a starting point. We also offer some simple inexpensive tools for doing initial operational diligence on companies and evaluating opportunities against each other.