Mitt Romney Is NOT A Venture Capitalist

GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney has called the work he did at Bain and Company that of a venture capitalist. The fact is that Mitt’s wrong and insulting venture capitalists along the way.

A venture capitalist is a person who invests in new startup companies beyond what’s called the “angle round,” which is the first investment and generally in the range of thousands of dollars; a venture capitalists invests in the range of the millions of dollars and in the second stage of investor rounds and beyond.

What Romney created and ran at Bain and Company was a private equity firm – that kind of investment banking company was depicted in the Oliver Stone movie Wall Street, where Michael Douglas played Gordon Gekko, who said “greed is good”:

For Mitt Romney, greed is good. So good he won’t even let you see his tax returns.

Stay tuned.

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Zennie Abraham
Zennie Abraham | Zennie Abraham or "Zennie62" is the founder of Zennie62Media which consists of zennie62blog.com and a multimedia blog news aggregator and video network, and 78-blog network, with social media and content development services and consulting. Zennie is a pioneer video blogger, YouTube Partner, social media practitioner, game developer, and pundit. Note: news aggregator content does not reflect the personal views of Mr. Abraham.

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