Intervju med Marc Andreessen

Internet-legendaren Marc Andreessen är numera en mycket framgångsrik investerare i Silicon Valley. Har har lyckats pricka in bl a Facebook, Skype, Airbnb and Twitter. I denna intervju i Financial Times (kan behövas registrering) ger han perspektiv på hur höga tidiga värderingar av bolag påverkar avkastningen.

“Microsoft went public in 1986, valued at $300m. It went to $300bn. Public shareholders got a thousand-time rise. When Google went public in 2004, it had about a $30bn valuation and went to about $300bn. Investors got about a 10-time rise. Facebook went public at about $100bn. It’s now $200bn, so public investors have had a two-time rise.”


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