The End Of The Startup Gold Rush, Absurd Burn Rates And Tourist VCs

Tech investments and VC activities have climbed to their highest levels since 2000 last year, however there’s a growing sentiment that we’ve reached a precipice. The combination of various factors is leading to some prognostication about the possibility of another tech bubble, but the author thinks that we’re not heading toward 2001 or 2008 again. Instead, what we’re experiencing now is more indicative of the market’s tolerance for higher-risk investments. In the financial world, this phenomenon is often referred to as risk-on, risk-off investing, and it tends to create herd-like behavior. Read More>>

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