Angel Investing 101: How to build an angel investment portfolio
Experience is what you get, when you don’t get what you want. Fifteen years ago, when I made my first angel investment, I wish I knew then what I know today. As a newly minted angel in 2000, I assumed that angel investing would be easy to jump into and become successful at. I was partially right… it was easy to jump into. Unfortunately, it wasn’t that easy to become successful.
I’ve had my share of luck and good outcomes, but I also learned many painful lessons along the way. Many of them would have been easy to avoid, had I understood a few key concepts. For this reason, Seraf Co-Founder Christopher Mirabile and I are determined to help new angels learn from our mistakes and the mistakes of others we have had the opportunity to observe from our perch at the center of a busy angel ecosystem. The Angel 101 series of articles are based on a course we teach at our angel group, Launchpad Venture Group. We teach this course several times a year for new members of our group. It’s a great, interactive two hour session with lots of Q&A from the audience. It’s a fun class to teach because Christopher and I feed off each other’s energy, tell war stories, and try our best to keep the audience engaged and entertained. What a great way to learn!
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