Thanks for this post.

I believe he alludes to this in the post; ratchets, warrants, liquidation preferences and so forth. Basically, a number of extra terms with financial rights that allow investors to recover additional capital, mostly in scenarios where the company exits at a lower than expected valuation. You can find many of these in a company’s articles of incorporation, which are on public record.

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