Investing. It’s a numbers game.
A lot has been written about how the batting philosophy of the baseball greats applies to investing. Much of that centers around the notion that, whether you are picking promising pitches, stocks or startups, it’s a numbers game. The player has to take a lot of chances, knowing there’s a risk of striking out, yet, with the hope that by sticking with a winning strategy, it all works out. Sure, they may pick up some stories along the way, but the greats of any numbers game have a philosophy. Join your hosts in a discussion with Mic Williams, founder of Boston Harbor Angels and angel investor extraordinaire, on his winning philosophy of investing — and a few stories, too.