22 Investments That Are Worth Funding

By Crowdability, on Friday, May 1, 2015

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“How Much for the Unicorn in the Window?”

Currently, more than 50 private companies are “unicorns”—i.e., they’re valued at $1 billion or more. But how many of them will actually get acquired, and what will the sale price be? Find out here.

Twitter’s Earnings Are Leaked on Twitter. Stock Tanks 20%

Twitter's quarterly results came out earlier than expected after someone on

Twitter leaked them. Are you kidding me?

New York City: the New Start-up King

In the first quarter of 2015, for the first time ever, more start-ups sought funding in NYC than Silicon Valley. Is this NYC’s moment in the start-up spotlight?

$1.5 Million of Grilled Cheese

A successful restaurant entrepreneur is looking for capital to expand. Will California change its laws so he can raise $1.5 million from “the crowd”? Read more here.

The Art of Making Money

Investors in art are making fortunes right now. And a new website is allowing you to get in on the action—without being a millionaire collector.

22 Investments That Are Worth Funding

YCombinator, the start-up accelerator where homeruns like Dropbox and Airbnb began life, just published a list of the most “fundable ideas that matter.” Check them out here.

Where to Find “Under-The-Radar” Investments

What do Stockholm and Pune, India have in common? They’re home to thriving start-up cultures that could lead to big profits for investors. Get your profits here.


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