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Definition Vulture Capitalist. Description.

A Vulture Capitalist is a slang word for an unsympathetic but successful type of Venture Capitalists who structure financing deals in such a way that the entrepreneurs are deprived of their own innovation and most of the money they should have made from it.

Business owners are advised to beware of investors who are unwilling to negotiate terms, or those who display a "take-it-or-leave-it" attitude. Also they should beware of investors who appear jittery about the investment. This type of investor is likely to run during hard times when the market has to be conquered, and they may not have the stomach for the ups and downs of a new business.

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