A Moral Hazard? #Startup #Entrepreneur #CypherPoems
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Bankers fear the moral hazard.
VCs cry when return is sub 30–40%.
They all dread the loss of capital.
Bankers rely on the ability to repay.
VCs try to read the future for big profits.
They all hate financial risk.
They look for very safe bets & no tricks.
Stuck between a rock & hard place.
What if you had to choose one.
What is it going to be?
It’s a tree with binary branches.
You’ve got to choose one branch.
It’s a matter of pride can’t have both.
I choose boring over exciting.
Siding with the bankers.
Interest is low & they don’t interfere.
Company is kept raw & not diluted.
And a single investment deck will suffice.
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