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How Automated Software is Benefitting Investing With Gridline, Cap8, Nucoro, and More

Having begun our second week of coverage into fintech ecosystems with a look at how artificial intelligence (AI) is being applied to […]
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Fintechs weather the storm: How disruptive technology is driving change

A rollercoaster of financial conditions over the past few years has caught most of us off guard. Small businesses, in […]
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Markdowns Are Coming To Private Equity, Highlighting The Wide Dispersion Among Managers

Amid the soaring volatility in the public markets, investors continue to look for alpha, and many are turning to alternative […]
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Op-ed: How next-gen investors can build institutional-grade portfolios

Many individual investors often look at public markets like they are the only game in town to make money and […]
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16 VCs and Term Sheet readers weigh in on the impending private market downturn

You’ve heard the rumblings. You’ve read the warnings. And you’ve seen the data hinting at an impending slowdown.  As Social […]
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Software Stocks Are Deflationary | The Watch List | TD Ameritrade Network

"The stock market downturn will rationalize private markets, and now is the best time to invest in a V.C. or […]
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How Venture Capital Can Help Young People Make an Impact

Gen Z and millennials are more purpose-driven than ever before. From ESG investing to supporting social entrepreneurs, there are several […]
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Alternatives Move Into The Spotlight

Revelers in Pamplona, Spain and liquid alternative mutual funds and ETFs (known as “liquid alts”) share a key trait. Neither […]
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The Finsight from AltFi

"Time and time again, private markets outperform in times of volatility..." — Logan Henderson, Founder and CEO, Gridline.
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