Back to Basics: Angel Investing 101
"A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers." - Plato
Happy Memorial Weekend! 🇺🇸
If you have read the last newsletter where I talked about how I bombed my first many paychecks before I went back to the basics, you’ll know that I take education very seriously especially in investing.
Thus, having learned this painful lesson, I am delighted to let you know that our venture capital partners are presenting to our group on Angel Investing 101 as well as about the overall venture capital landscape!
How did you get started with investing and what topics are you curious about? Email me at email@example.com
Events Update 📅
Early Stage Angel Investing 101 @12PM PST on 6/4/2021 - RSVP
Topics: Understanding valuations; due diligence process; funding stages and dilution
Presented by SignalFire
VC Ecosystem 101 @12PM PST on 6/11/2021 - RSVP
Topics: Understanding startup ecosystem; portfolio construction; improving deal flow; what exits look like
Presented by SignalFire
VC Industry Outlook: Disaggregation of VC ecosystem @ 12:30PM PST on 6/16/2021 - RSVP
Topics: Disaggregation of VC ecosystem; rise of micro funds and syndicates
Presented by Monta Vista Capital
Crypto and Blockchain Panel Discussion @ 12 PM PST on 6/25 - RSVP
We will be bringing perspectives from funds, legal, as well as engineering!
And there are many more topics in the making! 🛒 Please stay tuned and reach out to us if you have any questions or know of anyone as a potential speaker to this series.
At the same time, if you have interesting topics to present, please sign up below!
Market View and Fun Facts 🔍
This week, I discovered the following:
In the Prudential survey, 42% percent of workers currently working remotely said if their employer didn’t make the option permanent, they’d find one that did. Source
At the same time, employees who stay in companies for more than 2 years get paid 50% less based on a 2014 survey. Source
Just over a quarter of workers plan to look for a role with a different employer once the threat of the pandemic dissipates, according to a March survey of 2,000 workers by insurer Prudential. Source
This is at a time where the job openings are record high. Source
Other Interesting Contents
The great labor shortage by Economics Explained
The Housing Affordability Crisis We Don't Want To Solve by Economics Explained
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