From Global Intel Hub — Professional investors due a huge amount of due diligence, they calculate margins and book value to equity ratios, year on year revenue growth and hundreds of other metrics. That’s all great but we want to take a break and talk about Investor Karma. Karma is a real thing. And so is “Investment Karma” – or in other words, your money creates a positive effect in the economy. It can be small, it can be personal – it can be a total loss!
In business, sometimes the only way to really win is to lose, or the only way to learn, is to fail. Many entrepreneurs learned the hard way.
We’re not saying that you can chalk up all your losses to investor karma, or make ‘feel good’ investments, no not at all. There’s charity for that. Helping people creates positive karma for you.
If you skip the money part, money = energy. Most startups have big backers, with lots of energy, but it’s not only the money. They bring a buzz, an interest to a business model by promoting it.
Gab is a great example. Gab is raising 5m @ 250m valuation, it’s a business – not so different than other ad platforms. But they are doing something very positive for society, protecting free speech. Not only that, Gab’s technology stack far outpaces many of their competitors with bigger pockets.
So by investing in Gab, you’re potentially making money on the equity valuation increase, as well as supporting a good cause. That’s not charity, that’s ethical business which is a win-win for not only investors and Gab, but for all of society.
Of course, most investments are not like that. Most sectors popular on Wall St. have a loser for every winner. Take OTC markets like FX, it’s a dealer model where you are betting against the house, mostly the brokers win and the clients lose. There are exceptions but the point is that most of capitalism is setup like that – as a total method of control.
Or to explain with a Cosmic Metaphor meme:
There are tons of ethical investments out there, typically local investments fit the bill, because you’re investing in a small business, maybe run by a family, without all the ‘extra moving parts’ – there’s no hidden agenda’s with ethical companies like Gab, no backdoors, no sharing of private information on the dark net. There are probably tons of other examples out there. We can tell you that the major social media companies, i.e. Meta (META) a.k.a. Fakebook are the opposite of ethical companies, they allow many bad things, too many too name, as part of a surveillance / mind control business. Or in other words, it’s a mind control system that users are self-funding.
Find your Gab in your community, invest locally – think Globally!
Checkout Venture Capital Cross for Gab and other Ethical Investments with Good Karma