Over the past weeks I have made a post on growing interest of angel investors in finding deals to invest in and on the overhang of funding in VC funds.
So what does all of this cash looking for deals mean to entrepreneurs? Remember Economics 101: too many dollars going after the same product makes it a sellers market. In this case, the VCs and angels chasing deals are the buyers and entrepreneurs with deals to invest in are the sellers. When money was tight we saw angels go into hiding and VCs shifted their focus into later stage ventures that had already proven their businesses in the market. But, the improving economy has changed all of that by putting lots of cash back into the investment market.
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