You can now get cheap startup stock – Marketingwithanoy

The value of startup shares change. For example, the most recent PitchBook data for the United States shows that the value of the median seed deal in 2022 through the second quarter was $12.0 million, up from $9.0 million in 2021. At the same time, median valuations were set by early and late stage startup rounds also ticking higher this year.

At the same time, we have seen several well-known private giants lower or lower their valuations to get closer to the new market norms. So which is more reflective of today’s market: H1 2022 numbers compared to their compositions from a year ago or the high-impact price increases seen by Instacart, Klarna and others?

Secondary data on private markets helps to harmonize somewhat discordant data and recent news events.

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According to a recent report from Forge, a secondary market for startup stocks, stocks traded on its platform no longer command a premium to the price at which startups last raised capital, a change from prior periods.

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