eCourse: Angel Investing
They say the devil is in the details. This is especially true when you
decide to become an angel investor. You need to know important details
about a company before you even think about investing your hard-earned
money. As an angel investor, you need to realize that the company that is
turning to you has probably already been through more traditional
banking solutions for the capital it needs.
This means that most of the time the company you are considering
investing in has been denied a loan from a bank. If an established
financial institution has decided the company is not worthy of a loan, why
should you risk your money? The answer is that in many cases, a bank or
similar financial institution despises even the least amount of risk.