Startups · Entrepreneurship

New Blog: Investing into startups - an interesting opportunity for newly accredited investors

Narendra MBA Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer and Entrepreneur

July 20th, 2016

See how investing into startups could be an interesting opportunity for newly accredited investors when all domestic assets classes (Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate) are not very attractive alternatives: bit.ly/1lShxJB

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Irwin Stein Very experienced (40 years) corporate,securities and real estate attorney.

July 20th, 2016

Sorry, but you did not have to be accredited to buy Facebook on its IPO. The fact that the stock market is overvalued is no reason for small investors to risk their funds in an unproven company.  Let's call these companies what they are, speculative investments for people who are ready, willing and able to lose the money that they are investing. 90% of these start-ups will fail. A little reality, please.

Thomas Kaled Business Development Consultant @ thomas.kaled@gmail.com

July 20th, 2016

Promulgation of this philosophy is precisely why sign upon sign is posted sufficient to obliterate our view of anything but posted signs. Not more than 10 years ago this very article described"sub-prime mortgage derivatives" as a unique investment opportunity and 200 years before mortgage derivatives why Tabart composed a proverb about a little boy trading the family milk cow for magic beans and 2000 years before that why the Apostle Paul wrote to the Galatians "The one who sows to please his flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction". It is the accumulation of 2000 years of posted signs that now obstructs our view.