Posts Tagged ‘valuations’

Reactions to Fred Wilson’s Post on Liquidity – We Have a Price Gap

TweetI enjoyed reading Fred Wilson’s post on how the VC market needs more liquidity options for consumer Internet companies. As much as I enjoyed the post, I really enjoyed the comments even more. I applaud Fred for taking a different view and being honest about what a lot of venture investors must be thinking privately. […]

Why High Start-Up Valuations Don’t Bother Me One Bit

TweetI’ve been fascinated by some of the large web 2.0 financings that have either gotten done (Slide) or are rumored to be on the table (RockYou, Meebo, etc). I am a bit perplexed about some of the grumblings about how start-up valuations are out of line with reality. I tend to disagree, but for different […]