If you choose them wisely, most of the legal details you negotiate will be of little importance. If you stumble, but clearly communicate the reasons for the failure and your measures to tackle it, most angels will remain on you. (They wouldn`t have invested if they hadn`t believed in you). Like other forms of private equity, there is evidence that investment decision-making in angels suffers from cognitive biases such as the illusion of control and overcondensation.  The best way to find an angel investor is a solid introduction from a colleague or friend of an angel. Using LinkedIn to identify connections can be helpful. The typical angel investment is $25,000 to $100,000 per company, but can go higher. Angel investors are often entrepreneurs or retired executives who might be interested in Angel Investing for reasons that go beyond monetary returns. These include the desire to stay abreast of the current evolution of one industry, to look after another generation of entrepreneurs, and to use their experiences and networks less full-time. Since innovations are typically produced by outsiders and founders in startups rather than by existing organizations, Engel-investors (in addition to funds) offer feedback, advice and contacts. Because there are no publicly traded exchanges, private companies meet with investors in a variety of ways, including recommendations from sources of investor confidence and other business contacts; At investor conferences and symposia; and at meetings organized by angel groups where companies speak directly to investors at personal meetings. The following final documents will likely be required for the Engel: Portfolio: The collection of all companies in which an angel or venture capital (VC) has invested.
7 Angel Investment: (high risk) investments of business angels who finance start-ups with start-ups. Angels invest by supporting companies financially and in terms of expertise, experience and personal networks in exchange for equity. Geographically, Silicon Valley dominates Us-Engeln`s investment and receives 39% of the $7.5 billion invested in U.S. companies in the second quarter of 2011, three to four times more than the total invested in New England.  Total investment was $22.5 billion in 2011, an increase of 12.1 per cent over 2010, when investments were $20.1 billion.  In the United States, angels are generally accredited investors to comply with SEC rules, although the JOBS Act of 2012 relaxed these requirements from January 2013.