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Q3 2022 quieter pace…
Venture activity slowed a more normal pace in Q3 2022, as venture capitalists and limited partners took summer holidays. Both the pace of activity and the market volatility decreased.
Q2 2022 has record venture performance
Q2 2022 was one the strongest and the busiest quarters for venture capital in history. Record amounts of capital was raised. High levels of investment and high levels of returns help to create a historic quarter for the asset class.
Q4 2022 has competing forces
Competing forces have emerged in the venture ecosystem. On one side, venture capitalists have a lot of dry powder. On the other side, venture capitalists are hesitant to make capital calls with the market uncertainty.
There are strong companies that need growth capital, creating large opportunities. Some large companies are being marked down, which is mixed for the asset class. SPACs have been struggling.
What do you think is in store for Q4 2022?
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