In Venture Capital, Should You Be a Momentum or a Value Investor?
David Teten - VC
AUGUST 7, 2019
As a venture capitalist, should you be a Momentum or a Value investor? To simplify, there are two classic approaches to public markets investing. The first is Momentum Investing , “a strategy to capitalize on the continuance of an existing market trend”, which usually meaning that the price has been rising in the recent past. In VC, this means you source companies by talking with other VCs and tracking the investment patterns and new Linkedin connections of other VCs.