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Earning an Annuity as an Angel Investor

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Karen Rands, Hosts the Compassionate Capitalist Radio Show.  Topics are relevant to investors and entrepreneurs that are passionate about bringing innovation to the market and creating wealth.

Similar to other investment vehicles, investments in private companies can produce annuity type income.   When starting out as an angel investor, accredited investors with sufficiant capital to make multiple investments over a period of time, will want to diversify their portfolio of private equity stock investments to include multiple types of investment structures.   Similarly to an investor looking to get in volved in real estate investments, an investor should look to diversify into multiple types of properties: short term return (flip), revenue producing (rental), and long term (raw land).

In this episode we will talk about the differences in types of investments and specifically how to identify angel investment opportunities that can produce a re-occuring revenue stream.

This 30 min broadcast touches on the information provided in the Inside Secrets to Angel Investing, in one of the chapters.  Investors can sign up for free excerpts.  Are you an investor that is tired of the volatility and unpredictability of the stock market? Are you frustrated that you have little influence to affect the management or operation of that public company? Have you realized that the public stock market is actually pretty risky and the overall return on investment isn't that great?  Then learning how to invest in private companies, purchasing shares in a company before it goes public, while the valuation is still low, could be the wealth creation strategy for you.   Tune in to learn how to join the world of compassionate capitalism.

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