Turning Off Investors

Would you invest a significant portion of your life savings in the stock market if you didn’t have the education or the experience needed to make money from the stock market?

Yet, first-time founders want investors to put in large sums of money in their first business without holding the education or the experience they need to make money as a business person.

From an investor’s perspective, that isn’t an investment. That is a gamble. Truth is some people will gamble but most sophisticated investors will not. That is Nepal.


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