Three entrepreneurs are offering a share of their life’s income in exchange for cash upfront and have banded together to form the Thrust Fund, an online marketplace for such personal investments.I'm not suggesting you take your savings out of a 401(k), but the here's the place where you can if you want. Hat tip to Justin Wehr's shared items.
Kjerstin Erickson, a 26-year-old Stanford graduate who founded a non-profit called FORGE that rebuilds community services in Sub-Saharan African refugee camps, is offering 6 percent of her life’s income for $600,000.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Invest in a Entrepreneur
Here's my idea for investing in dedicated students (which apparently even Milton Friedman supported), but that's pretty risky. Instead, try investing in businesspeople directly: