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I know there is not a unique way to be successful by investing in Startups.
Some will invest big amounts with strong commitment in few deals, while others will take the minimum and try to diversify as much as possible. Greater risks (concentration) could represent greater returns, while Managing Risk (diversification) could represent less but more stable returns.
I WOULD LIKE TO READ YOUR THOUGHTS ON THIS……..
In my humble opinion, I believe a good strategy would be to create a Portfolio with 30 startups. So, the amount of money you are willing to risk, divide it by 30 and that should be the investment per startup. Individual Startup picking will define your results. Choose without rush and only invest in those deals you feel comfortable.
Hope to get some feedback…..
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