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How to Get Alpha While Eliminating Beta via Angel List

by Larry Chiang on September 24, 2013

By Larry Chiang 
I am using Angel List different from moist

Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
On angel list I’m
I #FF the 11 most fascinating VCs
I #FF the 12 founders most in flux
Updated the 11th each month!

Lol “moist”
Darn you auto correct!!!
Scout is a program where Sequoia is your LP and the founders are sequoia portfolio founders.
My (joke) concept, “Fund of Founders” is where founders pick two startups. If one hits, the funding founders gets a vacay
I fundraised the sidecar fund first, lol
Two strikes, you’re out.
If you identify a hit, you get to pick two more
Question: what is the tax implication of the LLC entity? Do we take it out as a cap gain
Question/ Can our C corp write down losses before the company executes a pre-pack ABC? (Pre pack assignment to the benefit of creditors) credit Marty Sherwood and Cooley
I mean if my c-corp chipped in money on a startup turned zombie, walking dead. Can we write it off against my 12 exits fiscal calendar year June to June bitches?
What does Hans Swildens think?
Is there a legal entity that Angel List has formed that just buys zombie stock? (So that I can write down something after becoming impatient after 5 months. Because the founders just do not execute Gua Gua Guacamole)
ENGR145’s Anchor Concept: Lemonade and Gua Gua Guacamole 
It moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve 
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