Developing an Angel Network in Montana

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New accreditation rules will clip the wings of angel investors

In the world of angel investing, the law of unintended consequences just struck and struck hard.

2012 Halo Report: Angel Group Activity Year in Review

"The steady valuation, growth in investment size, and wide geographic activity among angel investors is more evidence that angels are a reliable and a critical part of growing the next generation of great new companies in this country."

Site Unseen: More ‘Angels’ Invest via Internet – Risks Abound, but Investors Search for Promising Startups

"With most of these investments, you’re going to lose money."

Flynn’s Harp: SEC pace on JOBS Act rules worries angels

Angel-investor leaders are concerned that the SEC’s deliberations may produce rules that make it harder for entrepreneurs to raise money from those wealthier individuals, referred to as "accredited" investors.

8 Questions Investors Use to Bypass Startup Hype

Don’t let management divert you with comments on your failure to understand "the vision and the big picture."

Angel Investors Do Make Money, Data Shows 2.5x Returns Overall

Fortunately there is now good data on angel returns in Silicon Valley and nationally, and while more research is certainly needed, the data suggest that angel investors can and often do make money.

Why Angel Investors Don’t Make Money … And Advice For People Who Are Going To Become Angels Anyway

People love recounting the one time they caught a big fish, not the many futile hours they spent waiting for a bite.

Add Startups to Balance Your Portfolio, If You Dare

Investing in entrepreneurs and startups is a fun but different world from investing in conventional stocks, bonds, and commodities.

Shorter Flights at Lower Heights: The Right Way To Angel Invest

A more effective model for Angel investing is long overdue. If Angels want to win — they want to lower their risk, create better returns, and help entrepreneurs more they’ll do the following:

Angel Investors: Watch for Business Plan Competitions

Every year, the companies that compete get more real and more attractive, on average, to angel investment.