17 tweets from Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital

#StartupGrind 2019 was a coming out party for many of the ideas behind my investment hypothesis, Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital

Here are the top 17 tweets that illustrate points made in the book:

🤑 #startupgrind – solution to #VentureCapital liquidity problem = service providers to take a portion of their fees in warrants and swap 50% with a fund. The service providers would be earning client fees as their #diversified warrants appreciate. From my book, link in profile.

Originally tweeted by EISAIAH ENGEL (pronounced Isaiah) (@eisaiah_e) on February 12, 2019.

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Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital

Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital - A new standard for optionality to beat the odds

Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital - A new standard for optionality to beat the odds
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Executive Summary

Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital proposes a new risk management strategy for venture capital. In this investment hypothesis, I outline why a venture fund might beat the odds by purchasing 2,208 to 4,416 warrants on startups. Startups would operate under a governance framework called the Founder Friendly Standard, which gives entrepreneurs control of their companies. In exchange, the venture fund would have the option to exercise warrants for 15 years—purchasing discounted equity only in the startups that become successful.


This text appears in the introduction to Grays Sports Almanac for Venture Capital, available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes.