There are two different types of investments that you can make, but it can be tough to decide which one is right for you. Startup investments are typically characterized by high risk and low return, and they don't have any assets or cash flow to speak of. On the other, Real estate investments are based on properties that have already been built and are generating income from rents or sales proceeds (or both). You can make money from both types of investments.
This episode explores the differences between startup investments and real estate, and we'll help you understand the pros and cons of each to decide which option is best for you.
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================================================================About Zain Jaffer:
Zain Jaffer is an accomplished executive, investor, and entrepreneur. He started his first company at the age of 14 and later moved to the US as an immigrant to found Vungle after securing $25M from tech giants including Google & AOL in 2011. Vungle recently sold for $780m.
His achievements have garnered international recognition and acclaim; he is the recipient of prestigious awards such as "Forbes 30 Under 30", "Inc. Magazine's 35 Under 35," and the "SF Business Times Tech & Innovation Award." He is regularly featured in major business & tech publications such as The Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, and TechCrunch.