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As populist as it may feel, 98% of VCs aren’t dumb

VCs aren't dumb
When he read Andy Dunn’s scathing post about Venture Capitalists, he thinks that many of the assertions in the post – while populist – aren’t exactly how things are in reality.

So by having his hand at a friendly counter point, he listed 7 assertions that he thinks aren’t true. Giving the experiences of being an entrepreneur, and later became a VC, Mark does have a good standing point.
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