Five Principles of Venture Investing
- Pick the appropriate allocation for you1
- Build a large venture portfolio2
- Own a diversified venture portfolio3
- Co-invest with established lead investors4
- Follow process-based investing
1. The appropriate investments for any particular investor depends on his/her own circumstances and he/she should make any investment decision in consultation with financial, tax, and other professional advisers.
2. Steven Crossan, “Modelling suggests rational venture investors should have bigger portfolios”
3. 500 Startups
4. PitchBook Benchmark, Private Markets Data Through 3Q 2018
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