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Venture capital optimal investment portfolio strategies selection in diffusion - type financial systems in global capital markets with nonlinearities

Ledenyov, Dimitri O. and Ledenyov, Viktor O. (2013): Venture capital optimal investment portfolio strategies selection in diffusion - type financial systems in global capital markets with nonlinearities.

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Abstract

The condensed research article presents some innovative research results on the venture capital optimal investment portfolio strategies selection in the diffusion-type financial systems in the imperfect highly volatile global capital markets with the incomplete information, which are characterized by the asymmetric information flows and impacted by the various types of the nonlinearities. We discuss the venture capital firms with the different organizational structures: the corporation funded venture capital firm, investment bank funded venture capital firm, private equity funded venture capital firm, state funded venture capital firm. We consider the complicated issues on the venture capital optimal investment portfolio strategies selection, evaluation of the possible returns on the investments, and implementation of exit strategies for the venture capital investment schemes. We propose that the information signals can be mixed and self-modulated during the asymmetric information flows in the information transmission channels between the market agents, resulting in the origination of the various types of the nonlinearities, which may have a considerable impact on the venture capital investments in the diffusion-type financial system. These nonlinearities have to be taken to an account during the venture capital optimal investment portfolio strategies selection process, which is all about making the right investment choices with the application of the inductive, deductive and abductive logics. In our opinion, the State of Queensland is a very attractive place to make the venture capital investments in the hi-tech startups, comparing to other regions in the World. We conclude with the notion that the venture capital industry can greatly improve the macroeconomic indicators of national economies, creating the new hi-tech industries, generating the abundant wealth, and increasing the Gross Domestic Product.

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