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Most of the time, angel investors are looking to buy one thing: equity.

It makes perfect sense – buying equity is basically like buying company shares at a huge discount, since private companies have lower valuations than those on the stock exchange.

Sure, private equity is flashy; and sure, equity deals are perhaps the only way to achieve a 1,000X return. That’s why different forms of equity make up the bulk of my angel portfolio.

Still, there’s another type of return that’s overlooked much too often: dividends.

While less common than traditional equity deals, investments that return dividends are often the dark horses of the angel world – unassuming at first, but with incredible profit potential.

Check out the video above to see what I mean.

Until next time,

Neil Patel


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2 responses to “The Type of Return That’s Too Often Overlooked”

  1. I would very much like to experience the opportunity to investing in a hopeful IPO while helping others to achieving the same benefits.

  2. Neil – Can you give me an example of a boring ugly Co that provides dividends. Looking to see what that may look like. Thanks C 🙂

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