The Angel Investor's Handbook
How to Profit From Early Stage InvestingBook - 2001
Gerald Benjamin and Joel Margulis demonstrate that the realpitfall for potential investors is an incomplete understanding ofthe complexities of early-stage investing. At the same time, theangel capital market offers few mechanisms for bringing investorsand entrepreneurs together, while securities regulations restrictcommunication between sophisticated investors and promising newbusinesses.
So, where do the uninitiated start, and how do they separate thewheat from the chaff? In this ground breaking work, Benjamin andMargulis offer angel investors a hands-on manual for profiting fromearly-stage, private equity deals. They show how to developinvestment criteria and overall game plans, locate viableinvestment opportunities, assess and manage risks, negotiate themost favorable deal terms, conduct thorough due diligence, and planthe all-important exit strategy.