There are many reasons investors choose to invest in venture capital. Some find it exciting to fund the future and help make the “next big thing” happen. Others got their start by simply supporting a friend or family member’s new startup. But thanks to recent changes in securities laws, for the first time everyone now has the option and ability to incorporate venture capital into their more traditional portfolios of stocks and bonds. But should they?
Research has shown that the way in which an individual spreads his or her investments across asset classes (i.e. stocks, bonds, etc.) is actually more impactful than the individual investments themselves.
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