This is the first lesson in the Vegan Early Stage Investing Course. Today you’ll learn about money, cash flow, and assets, the building blocks of all western business, finance, and investing. By educating yourself on early stage investing, you can help create the future instead of waiting for others to do it for you.
Because of finance laws dating back to 1933, most investors are almost clueless on how to invest in startups and other privately held companies. In this video, I begin to address the main concerns that come up over and over again in my discussions with people interested in getting into vegan investing. I recommend you
For hundreds of years, forward thinking people have worked to make governments more responsive to collective challenges. The current state of climate change, extinction, pollution, and so many other issues of concern to vegans and the broader society sadly highlights the limits to this approach. I spent a decade in Washington D.C. attempting to move
At this point, for vegans to buy stock in Beyond Meat seems to me to be primarily for sentimental reasons. With hundreds of other vegan investment opportunities available at potentially higher returns to investors, why would vegans want to take such on so much financial risk with Beyond Meat just to feel better about their portfolio?
With the Beyond Meat IPO, vegans now have their first publicly traded stock. Vegan Launch founder Mark Winstein explains how the company is using “financial organizing“ to launch and grow many more transformational vegan companies and help grow the vegan economy to the next level.
You’ve earmarked a portion of your investment portfolio to invest in vegan startups. But how can you predict if a vegan company is going to grow and give you a return on your investment? These three core success fundamentals are a great starting point…
Now that investing in startups is becoming increasingly accessible to the general public, it’s important for vegan investors to learn key fundamentals so they can enjoy the outsized profit (and risk!) potential, and have a greater say in which kind of companies get funded and build our future economy.
Is the new McVegan burger a real step toward greater animal rights, or the beginning of the end of veganism?
Should Vegans allow McDonald’s to redefine veganism?
It is a victory that enterprises with no commitment to animal rights finally recognize vegans as a market. This is also a potentially dangerous pivotal moment for the future of veganism as an ethical movement.
The well-known vegan activist James Aspey recently interviewed Andy Meddick, a fellow vegan who was just elected to the Australian Parliament.
In the interview, Andy notes four pillars essential to progress for animal rights.
I agree – these four pillars are essential. In fact, the animal industry currently use these same four pillars far more effectively than the vegan movement. Here’s what we’re missing…
What if your investments could truly make a difference for animals, people, and the planet?
Now they can…
Become an Investor Activist. Vote with your investment dollars for a better world!