Applying Decision Analysis to Venture Investing


Vinod Khosla once said it takes seven years and $30 million to train a venture capitalist (VC).1 Failure may be the best teacher, but failure in early-stage investing comes at a high cost. When I started my career in private equity I knew I would have my share of experiential education through failed investments, but I also believed I could shorten my learning curve and—by finding a way to make smarter decisions—possibly limit the tuition costs of becoming a venture investor.

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