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The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing - Benjamin, Gerald A.; Margulis, Joel B.; Margulis, Joel
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The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing - edition reliée, livre de poche

2001, ISBN: 1576600769

ID: 14220029855

[EAN: 9781576600764], [SC: 50.36], [PU: Bloomberg Press], Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Chapter 1: An Overview of the Angel Capital Market Defining Angel Capital and Pre-IPO Investments Trends Increasing Private Equity Investment How Angel Capital Has Provided an Infrastructure for Today's Economy Inefficiencies in the Market for Early-Stage Company Equity Government Attempts to Facilitate Pre-IPO Investments The Roles of Traditional Venture Capital and Angel Investors in the Early-Stage Capital Market The Pre-IPO Investment Opportunity Defined How Angel Investors Add Value Beyond Capital Introduction to the Pre-IPO Investment Process Chapter 2: Key Factors in Successful Angel Investing Why Angel Investing Is Attractive Specifics on Private Equity Classes Demographics of Angel Investors Required Skills for Successful Angel Investing Developing Angel Investment Criteria Structuring an Angel Investment Plan Harmonizing Financial and Psychological Returns Commonsense Guidelines for Successful Asset Allocation Decisions Guiding Principles for Prospective Angel Investors Chapter 3: Understanding and Managing Risk Disadvantages of Angel Investing Assessing Risk in a Potential Investment Differentiating between Indirect and Direct Venture Investment Assessing Your Own Risk Tolerance Level Managing Risk with Proven Hedging Strategies Chapter 4: Types of Angel Investment Strategies Defining Angel Investment Strategy How Demographics Affect the Choice of Active or Passive Angel Investment Strategies Variations in Angel Investment Strategies Active Angel Investment Strategies Lead Angel Investment Strategy Manager Investment Strategy Corporate Investment Strategy Acquisition Investment Strategy Professional Services Business Development Investment Strategy Passive, Indirect Angel Investment Strategies Angel Consortium Coinvestment Strategy Barter Investment Strategy Socially Responsible Investment Strategy Fund-Based Investment Strategy Chapter 5: Deal-Flow Development: Surfacing Angel Investment Opportunities How Angels Historically Have Located Deals Satisfaction with Traditional Deal-Flow Development Techniques Developing Your Angel Investment Goals and Objectives Shifting from Informal to More Formal Deal-Flow Development The Essential Elements in a Formal Deal-Flow Development Strategy Targeting, Positioning, and Defining Investment Size Organizing Investor Identity Materials and Deal-Flow Tracking Systems Criteria for Selecting the Most Appropriate Communication Channels to Attract Deal Flow Advertising Listing in Printed Directories and Private Equity Databases Participating in Venture Forums Joining Computer Matching Networks Participating in Internet Networks Subscribing to Angel and Private Equity Newsletters Joining Venture Capital Clubs Public Relations Sponsoring or Speaking at Venture-Related Seminars, Workshops, Clinics, and Conferences Volunteering for Advisory Boards of Incubators 123 Publishing Articles Joining Target-Market Trade and Industry Associations Participating in Research Studies Referral-Based Networking Caveats: Deal-Flow Development Approaches to Avoid Chapter 6: Managing the Due Diligence Process Why Due Diligence Is So Important in Today's Angel Market Beware of Dead Ends on the Road to Riches: Case Studies from the Dark Side of Early-Stage Investing Greed and the Entrepreneur#8217

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Benjamin, Gerald A.; Margulis, Joel B.; Margulis, Joel:

The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing - edition reliée, livre de poche

2001, ISBN: 1576600769

ID: 14067844095

[EAN: 9781576600764], New book, [SC: 50.36], [PU: Bloomberg Press], Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Chapter 1: An Overview of the Angel Capital Market Defining Angel Capital and Pre-IPO Investments Trends Increasing Private Equity Investment How Angel Capital Has Provided an Infrastructure for Today's Economy Inefficiencies in the Market for Early-Stage Company Equity Government Attempts to Facilitate Pre-IPO Investments The Roles of Traditional Venture Capital and Angel Investors in the Early-Stage Capital Market The Pre-IPO Investment Opportunity Defined How Angel Investors Add Value Beyond Capital Introduction to the Pre-IPO Investment Process Chapter 2: Key Factors in Successful Angel Investing Why Angel Investing Is Attractive Specifics on Private Equity Classes Demographics of Angel Investors Required Skills for Successful Angel Investing Developing Angel Investment Criteria Structuring an Angel Investment Plan Harmonizing Financial and Psychological Returns Commonsense Guidelines for Successful Asset Allocation Decisions Guiding Principles for Prospective Angel Investors Chapter 3: Understanding and Managing Risk Disadvantages of Angel Investing Assessing Risk in a Potential Investment Differentiating between Indirect and Direct Venture Investment Assessing Your Own Risk Tolerance Level Managing Risk with Proven Hedging Strategies Chapter 4: Types of Angel Investment Strategies Defining Angel Investment Strategy How Demographics Affect the Choice of Active or Passive Angel Investment Strategies Variations in Angel Investment Strategies Active Angel Investment Strategies Lead Angel Investment Strategy Manager Investment Strategy Corporate Investment Strategy Acquisition Investment Strategy Professional Services Business Development Investment Strategy Passive, Indirect Angel Investment Strategies Angel Consortium Coinvestment Strategy Barter Investment Strategy Socially Responsible Investment Strategy Fund-Based Investment Strategy Chapter 5: Deal-Flow Development: Surfacing Angel Investment Opportunities How Angels Historically Have Located Deals Satisfaction with Traditional Deal-Flow Development Techniques Developing Your Angel Investment Goals and Objectives Shifting from Informal to More Formal Deal-Flow Development The Essential Elements in a Formal Deal-Flow Development Strategy Targeting, Positioning, and Defining Investment Size Organizing Investor Identity Materials and Deal-Flow Tracking Systems Criteria for Selecting the Most Appropriate Communication Channels to Attract Deal Flow Advertising Listing in Printed Directories and Private Equity Databases Participating in Venture Forums Joining Computer Matching Networks Participating in Internet Networks Subscribing to Angel and Private Equity Newsletters Joining Venture Capital Clubs Public Relations Sponsoring or Speaking at Venture-Related Seminars, Workshops, Clinics, and Conferences Volunteering for Advisory Boards of Incubators 123 Publishing Articles Joining Target-Market Trade and Industry Associations Participating in Research Studies Referral-Based Networking Caveats: Deal-Flow Development Approaches to Avoid Chapter 6: Managing the Due Diligence Process Why Due Diligence Is So Important in Today's Angel Market Beware of Dead Ends on the Road to Riches: Case Studies from the Dark Side of Early-Stage Investing Greed and the Entrepreneur#8217

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The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing - edition reliée, livre de poche

2001

ISBN: 1576600769

ID: 14220029855

[EAN: 9781576600764], [PU: Bloomberg Press], Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Chapter 1: An Overview of the Angel Capital Market Defining Angel Capital and Pre-IPO Investments Trends Increasing Private Equity Investment How Angel Capital Has Provided an Infrastructure for Today's Economy Inefficiencies in the Market for Early-Stage Company Equity Government Attempts to Facilitate Pre-IPO Investments The Roles of Traditional Venture Capital and Angel Investors in the Early-Stage Capital Market The Pre-IPO Investment Opportunity Defined How Angel Investors Add Value Beyond Capital Introduction to the Pre-IPO Investment Process Chapter 2: Key Factors in Successful Angel Investing Why Angel Investing Is Attractive Specifics on Private Equity Classes Demographics of Angel Investors Required Skills for Successful Angel Investing Developing Angel Investment Criteria Structuring an Angel Investment Plan Harmonizing Financial and Psychological Returns Commonsense Guidelines for Successful Asset Allocation Decisions Guiding Principles for Prospective Angel Investors Chapter 3: Understanding and Managing Risk Disadvantages of Angel Investing Assessing Risk in a Potential Investment Differentiating between Indirect and Direct Venture Investment Assessing Your Own Risk Tolerance Level Managing Risk with Proven Hedging Strategies Chapter 4: Types of Angel Investment Strategies Defining Angel Investment Strategy How Demographics Affect the Choice of Active or Passive Angel Investment Strategies Variations in Angel Investment Strategies Active Angel Investment Strategies Lead Angel Investment Strategy Manager Investment Strategy Corporate Investment Strategy Acquisition Investment Strategy Professional Services Business Development Investment Strategy Passive, Indirect Angel Investment Strategies Angel Consortium Coinvestment Strategy Barter Investment Strategy Socially Responsible Investment Strategy Fund-Based Investment Strategy Chapter 5: Deal-Flow Development: Surfacing Angel Investment Opportunities How Angels Historically Have Located Deals Satisfaction with Traditional Deal-Flow Development Techniques Developing Your Angel Investment Goals and Objectives Shifting from Informal to More Formal Deal-Flow Development The Essential Elements in a Formal Deal-Flow Development Strategy Targeting, Positioning, and Defining Investment Size Organizing Investor Identity Materials and Deal-Flow Tracking Systems Criteria for Selecting the Most Appropriate Communication Channels to Attract Deal Flow Advertising Listing in Printed Directories and Private Equity Databases Participating in Venture Forums Joining Computer Matching Networks Participating in Internet Networks Subscribing to Angel and Private Equity Newsletters Joining Venture Capital Clubs Public Relations Sponsoring or Speaking at Venture-Related Seminars, Workshops, Clinics, and Conferences Volunteering for Advisory Boards of Incubators 123 Publishing Articles Joining Target-Market Trade and Industry Associations Participating in Research Studies Referral-Based Networking Caveats: Deal-Flow Development Approaches to Avoid Chapter 6: Managing the Due Diligence Process Why Due Diligence Is So Important in Today's Angel Market Beware of Dead Ends on the Road to Riches: Case Studies from the Dark Side of Early-Stage Investing Greed and the Entrepreneur#8217

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The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing - edition reliée, livre de poche

2001, ISBN: 1576600769

ID: 14067844095

[EAN: 9781576600764], Neubuch, [PU: Bloomberg Press], Business & Economics|Investments & Securities, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Chapter 1: An Overview of the Angel Capital Market Defining Angel Capital and Pre-IPO Investments Trends Increasing Private Equity Investment How Angel Capital Has Provided an Infrastructure for Today's Economy Inefficiencies in the Market for Early-Stage Company Equity Government Attempts to Facilitate Pre-IPO Investments The Roles of Traditional Venture Capital and Angel Investors in the Early-Stage Capital Market The Pre-IPO Investment Opportunity Defined How Angel Investors Add Value Beyond Capital Introduction to the Pre-IPO Investment Process Chapter 2: Key Factors in Successful Angel Investing Why Angel Investing Is Attractive Specifics on Private Equity Classes Demographics of Angel Investors Required Skills for Successful Angel Investing Developing Angel Investment Criteria Structuring an Angel Investment Plan Harmonizing Financial and Psychological Returns Commonsense Guidelines for Successful Asset Allocation Decisions Guiding Principles for Prospective Angel Investors Chapter 3: Understanding and Managing Risk Disadvantages of Angel Investing Assessing Risk in a Potential Investment Differentiating between Indirect and Direct Venture Investment Assessing Your Own Risk Tolerance Level Managing Risk with Proven Hedging Strategies Chapter 4: Types of Angel Investment Strategies Defining Angel Investment Strategy How Demographics Affect the Choice of Active or Passive Angel Investment Strategies Variations in Angel Investment Strategies Active Angel Investment Strategies Lead Angel Investment Strategy Manager Investment Strategy Corporate Investment Strategy Acquisition Investment Strategy Professional Services Business Development Investment Strategy Passive, Indirect Angel Investment Strategies Angel Consortium Coinvestment Strategy Barter Investment Strategy Socially Responsible Investment Strategy Fund-Based Investment Strategy Chapter 5: Deal-Flow Development: Surfacing Angel Investment Opportunities How Angels Historically Have Located Deals Satisfaction with Traditional Deal-Flow Development Techniques Developing Your Angel Investment Goals and Objectives Shifting from Informal to More Formal Deal-Flow Development The Essential Elements in a Formal Deal-Flow Development Strategy Targeting, Positioning, and Defining Investment Size Organizing Investor Identity Materials and Deal-Flow Tracking Systems Criteria for Selecting the Most Appropriate Communication Channels to Attract Deal Flow Advertising Listing in Printed Directories and Private Equity Databases Participating in Venture Forums Joining Computer Matching Networks Participating in Internet Networks Subscribing to Angel and Private Equity Newsletters Joining Venture Capital Clubs Public Relations Sponsoring or Speaking at Venture-Related Seminars, Workshops, Clinics, and Conferences Volunteering for Advisory Boards of Incubators 123 Publishing Articles Joining Target-Market Trade and Industry Associations Participating in Research Studies Referral-Based Networking Caveats: Deal-Flow Development Approaches to Avoid Chapter 6: Managing the Due Diligence Process Why Due Diligence Is So Important in Today's Angel Market Beware of Dead Ends on the Road to Riches: Case Studies from the Dark Side of Early-Stage Investing Greed and the Entrepreneur#8217

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Many of today's high-net-worth investors are turning their attention to early-stage investing in emerging companies. They know just how successful and lucrative funding a start-up venture can be. Savvy angel investors can foresee distant but potentially huge returns from pre-IPO companies. There are scores of hungry entrepreneurs in search of capital and lots of money to be invested. But, matching the right entrepreneurs with wise investors, so that both can profit, is the challenge in new enterprises. Gerald Benjamin and Joel Margulis demonstrate that the real pitfall for potential investors is an incomplete understanding of the complexities of early-stage investing. At the same time, the angel capital market offers few mechanisms for bringing investors and entrepreneurs together, while securities regulations restrict communication between sophisticated investors and promising new businesses. So, where do the uninitiated start, and how do they separate the wheat from the chaff? In this ground breaking work, Benjamin and Margulis offer angel investors a hands-on manual for profiting from early-stage, private equity deals. They show how to develop investment criteria and overall game plans, locate viable investment opportunities, assess and manage risks, negotiate the most favorable deal terms, conduct thorough due diligence, and plan the all-important exit strategy. The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing Benjamin, Gerald A. / Margulis, Joel, Bloomberg Press

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The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing
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Benjamin, Gerald A.; Margulis, Joel

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The Angel Investor's Handbook: How to Profit from Early-Stage Investing

ISBN:

9781576600764

Many of today's high-net-worth investors are turning their attention to early-stage investing in emerging companies. They know just how successful and lucrative funding a start-up venture can be. Savvy angel investors can foresee distant but potentially huge returns from pre-IPO companies. There are scores of hungry entrepreneurs in search of capital and lots of money to be invested. But, matching the right entrepreneurs with wise investors, so that both can profit, is the challenge in new enterprises. Gerald Benjamin and Joel Margulis demonstrate that the real pitfall for potential investors is an incomplete understanding of the complexities of early-stage investing. At the same time, the angel capital market offers few mechanisms for bringing investors and entrepreneurs together, while securities regulations restrict communication between sophisticated investors and promising new businesses. So, where do the uninitiated start, and how do they separate the wheat from the chaff? In this ground breaking work, Benjamin and Margulis offer angel investors a hands-on manual for profiting from early-stage, private equity deals. They show how to develop investment criteria and overall game plans, locate viable investment opportunities, assess and manage risks, negotiate the most favorable deal terms, conduct thorough due diligence, and plan the all-important exit strategy.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781576600764
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1576600769
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Date de parution: 2001
Editeur: KOGAN PAGE
Poids: 0,749 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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