What’s Hot and What’s Not

An examination of the changes of investment focus between the first half of 2011 and the first half of 2012. . . . → Read More: What’s Hot and What’s Not

What’s Up With the JOBS Act?

By now I’m sure everyone has heard of the Jobs Act (Jumpstart Our Business Start-ups), the bill Congress signed into law on April 5th. But there has not been much activity in the area of funding start-ups so far. That’s because the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) hasn’t formulated rules yet. But they’re getting closer. . . . → Read More: What’s Up With the JOBS Act?

The End of Catch 22

The rise of super angels and micro VCs spells the end of the Cath 22 for entrepreneurs and may herald the end of traditional angel groups. . . . → Read More: The End of Catch 22

A Bubble in Valuations?

Some say there is a valuation bubble in Silicon Valley. While there are some inflated valuations, I see no evidence of anything approaching a bubble, and in fact the average for Series A investments is about where it has been for the last few years. . . . → Read More: A Bubble in Valuations?

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