On our blog, we are talking a lot about how you can get funding for your startup. Today we take a look at the other side of the table. It is a dream for many founders or startup entrepreneurs to one day become angel investors themself.
Angel investors are wealthy individuals or small trusts that personally invest in startups. An angel investor buys equity in a company and hopes to sell it at a higher price down the road. Besides the money, they often provide valuable insights and experiences from their career. For many startups, they will also be the door opener to classic VC investors.
Recently I collected 60+ resources in a tweetstorm that help you learn all the basics of angel investing so that you don't make the same mistakes I did. I encourage you to read through this wisdom and decide on your investing strategy.
But enough of the intro - here are the resources.
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