Validate your problems, startup ideas to create products which people want Find your customers by the problem you are solving for them. Fri, 24 Jun 2022 23:57:00 +0000 Track the p/l of multiple investment accounts #investment #reports I have a stock/options brokerage account and a crypto account and I can’t find a single platform that allows me to track my overall p/l with ease. All the tools available online have one or more of the following:<div> <ul> <li>requires me to tediously enter information of my every single stock trade using a poorly-designed web interface</li> <li>has a limitation on the number of trades that I can enter</li> <li>doesn't show the performance metrics that I want (e.g. time-weighted return, money-weighted return, on a monthly/annualized basis, CAGR, IRR, Sharpe Ratio, Omega Ratio etc..)</li> <li>limited benchmarking options</li> <li>charges a monthly subscription</li> <li>does not support data logging of my options trading</li> <li>does not support crypto</li> <li>cannot unify the p/l of multiple accounts / assets / currencies into a single report</li> <li>low customizability of the portfolio reports</li> </ul></div> 3 points posted by JMaven /problems/350-l-of-multiple-investment-accounts-investment-reports 350 Fri, 21 Jan 2022 04:35:00 +0000 Investment in the startups by solo founders #investment #business <div>Retail investment in the startups by solo founders has several problems faced by both the founder and the investor.</div><div> <ul> <li>Bus factor: /problems/294 .</li> <li>Lack of standardized term sheets for solopreneur startups: Current standardized term sheets are made for startups with co-founder(s) and large teams.</li> <li>Investment regulations: Regulations to invest in a startup varies according to the jurisdictions and are often made with large typical startups in mind.</li> <li>Uncertainty over the scalability of the B2B startups run by solo founders: Lack of service level agreements ( /problems/153 ) make large businesses hesitant to employ services of smaller startups run by solopreneurs.</li> <li>No investment train when investing in solopreneurs: Typical startups benefit from the investors trying to catch the investment train i.e. When a large name brand investment house invests in a startup, Every other investor tries to invest in that startup due to herd behavior. When unknown individual investors invest in solopreneurs, There's no such investment train to catch.</li> </ul></div> 3 points posted by Abishek Muthian /problems/295-investment-in-the-startups-by-solo-founders-investment-business 295 Thu, 09 Sep 2021 06:27:00 +0000 Building our own investment club #investment #finance Online investment communities (e.g. Wall Street Bets) are too big, they often lead to noisy, low quality discussions. It’s extremely hard to find people we can trust and have thoughtful conversations around investments with.<div><br></div><div><span class="c-mrkdwn__br" data-stringify-type="paragraph-break">If there's a platform which can match me with like-minded individuals into small, tight-knit investment clubs it can help address this problem. Matching criteria could be based on our risk appetite, investment theses, time commitment, etc. <span class="c-mrkdwn__br" data-stringify-type="paragraph-break">Potentially each community can vote on its own portfolio, trade alongside each other and compete with other investment clubs.<span class="c-message__edited_label" dir="ltr" delay="300" data-sk="tooltip_parent"> </div> 1 points posted by Maria /problems/216-building-our-own-investment-club-investment-finance 216 Thu, 08 Apr 2021 14:41:00 +0000