In my previous post, I talked about how angel investors find and screen potential investments. In this post, I’m going to discuss what happens after the screening process is over. Being Able to Invest in Great Companies It might come to a surprise, but investors often have to convince companies to take their money. “How could this be?” you ask? It turns out that startups often polarize investors: either nobody wants to invest, or everybody does. The second case is interesting because companies that are universally appealing are offered much more capital than they want to take.