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A Double Dose of Healthcare
According to Accenture, venture funding for digital healthcare businesses such as “tele-health” or wearable technology will soon reach $6.5 billion. Click here to take your medicine… and your profits.
A Recipe for Unicorns
A “Unicorn” is a start-up that achieves a valuation of $1 billion or more. But how can you identify a unicorn at its earliest stages, so you can invest when it’s still cheap? Find all the answers here.
All Dinosaurs Gonna Die
Foul-mouthed and big-brained VC Dave McClure says that most S&P 500 “Dinosaurs” will be disrupted and destroyed by Unicorns. The Unicorns will bash the Dinosaur’s tiny little reptile brains in with software and internet marketing. More insights here.
Taking Down the United Nations
We often write about the promise of crowdfunding in the U.S. to democratize access to capital for entrepreneurs. But globally, crowdfunding might provide a mechanism to take down the “world order” of the IMF, the World Bank, and even the United Nations.For more information, dive in here.
Venture Capitalists Are Gas Stations
When’s the best time for an entrepreneur to fill up the tank? Click here to find out.
The Secret Way to Profit From Obamacare
Greg Simon is a former member of Congress and the White House. He oversaw healthcare initiatives at the National Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute, and the FDA. Now he runs a crowdfunding platform giving you access to early-stage bio-tech and life science companies. Matt and Wayne from Crowdability interview him here.
Dancing on the Grave of Bitcoin
Investors have injected hundreds of millions of dollars into various bitcoin start-ups – so far, without much financial success. But before you dance on the ashes of bitcoin, remember: it’s still extremely early in the game. See why here.
The Midas List
Which investors have the best track record of consistently picking the biggest winners?Find out here.