Investing in businesses is about picking early-stage and growth-focused businesses that you think have the potential to grow. You invest money in them in exchange for a portion of their equity, meaning that you buy shares in their business. If a business that you’ve invested in succeeds, the shares that you own will become worth more than what you paid for them, and you may be able to sell them at a profit or receive dividend payments in the future. However, if the business fails – as many businesses do – you will lose some or all of your investment.

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