Accredited Investors Should Catch These Precious Opportunities
Decision making is critical. Especially for investment issues. In many cases, you don't know whether it's an once-in-a-life-time chance until it's too late.
If you are an accredited investor and see these articles, take them as valued gifts and make serious considerations. Because you don't see these quality hedge funds reaching out for funding in public very often.
People may have noticed that not too many hedge fund promotions/ads are seen on the internet and wonder why. There are probably many reasons, but the most common and important one is that they have passed the time window when they need the public's attention to get their initial stage funding. They may have already got some pension funds contracts or have engaged with some multi-family offices. Or, of course, it's also possible they may be dismissed if they are not good enough. But don't wait to see if they could be more visible in the public before your move, as you probably have missed the chance if they are really good ones.
In many cases a hedge fund core member is a nerd that is good at numbers and strategy design. He/she might not be so good at marketing and socialization. Whenever they get enough funds to survive, they are usually reluctant to sell their service around any more. So, when you see a hedge fund's successful story in the media everywhere, it's usually the time they would not accept accredited investors' money any more. Because comparingly, institutions have more money, less contact points, and clearer investment goals, which make it easier to maintain a good customer relationship with less time investment. They have a lot more advantages in competing with accredited investors in getting the seats in the middle.
So move quickly and don't be afraid to get in touch. You have enough choices before signing the agreement with them, and maybe some rooms to negotiate the fees.
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