Investing 101 2.0 is a hub for investors to explore the fundamentals of investing while finding innovative ways to reinvent the way investing is done.
This is the Investing 101 2.0 Wiki. The wiki is an open collaboration from a large group of founders and investors. The purpose is to provide a framework for a "general education" for all things investing. You'll find some pages incomplete; this is a work-in-progress resource.
If you have questions, contributions, or recommendations for the wiki, we'd love to hear from you. Please reach out at email@example.com
Investing 101 2.0 also offers a more hands-on experience for aspiring investors to get real-world exposure to working on evaluating businesses.
Applications for Internships with our investment team, Value Transitions, are now open!
Value Transitions is a venture capital investing initiative that seeks to provide students with an opportunity to learn venture investing principles through hands-on experience, while simultaneously reinventing the way investing is done. We do not have a dedicated fund but instead rely on a network of professional investors to provide capital to execute deals sourced and researched by our team. This allows us to be industry agnostic and gives interns the ability to source and assess actual venture deals.
Interns with Value Transitions are responsible for everything from formulating an investment thesis to sourcing opportunities to executing research and diligence. In addition, interns will help expand an open-source knowledge base of educational resources.
Aside from two mandatory team meetings per week, there is ~4 hour required time commitment. All work is done remotely and the internship is unpaid.