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The Ultimate Guide to Liquidation Preferences

Whether you are a venture investor or entrepreneur, you’ve most likely heard the the term “liquidation preference”. If you did not know too much about it, you probably searched up a definition on Investopedia or read a few blog posts to familiarize yourself. While those pieces may be a good start, I was shocked to find a lack of in-depth material on the topic given that liquidation preferences are important to any term sheet and returns analysis. The purpose of this post is to provide a detailed guide for both investors and entrepreneurs that breaks down the different types of liquidation preferences and its effects on payout structures.

What is a liquidation preference?

A liquidation preference is a provision meant to serve as protection for investors if a company exits at a value lower than what was initially expected.

To illustrate how it works, let us look at its legal language:

In the event of any Liquidation Event, either voluntary or involuntary, the holders of each series of Preferred Stock shall be entitled to receive out of the proceeds or assets of this corporation available for distribution to its stockholders (the “Proceeds”), prior and in preference to any distribution of the Proceeds to the holders of Common Stock…

A liquidation preference is designed so that preferred shareholders (the investors) receive their money back before any of the common shareholders (employees and founders). Before we dive into details, it is important to understand its use cases and limits. Liquidation preferences are only attached to preferred shares which are typically issued to investors during financing rounds. In this sense, a liquidation preference is ONLY important when a company exits via M&A or sells off its assets during bankruptcy/recapitalization. A liquidation preference is not relevant to public exits because an IPO typically auto-converts all preferred shareholders into common shareholders.

There are four primary features of a liquidation preference:

The multiple determines the amount an investor must be paid back before the common shareholders start receiving any remaining proceeds. A 1x liquidation preference means that if you (as a venture capitalist) have invested $1 million (M) into a company, you must be paid back $1M before any common shareholders are paid anything. If the company was sold for $1.5M, you would be guaranteed at least $1M no mater what your equity ownership is. If this company was sold for $900,000, you would be guaranteed the entire proceeds because $900,000 falls under your guaranteed $1M in liquidation preference. For a 2x multiple, you will be paid back $2M (despite only committing $1M) before common shareholders are paid anything. Multiples are typically 1–2x but depending on market conditions, they can be as high as 10x. If you are an entrepreneur, you obviously want the lowest possible multiple to have the least amount of proceeds obligated to the investor.

2. Participating vs. Non-Participating

Non-Participating Liquidation Preference: Under this type, the investor has the option to either 1) exercise his/her liquidation preference or 2) convert their preferred shares into common equivalent shares (where equity ownership % is derived) and be paid a proportion of the proceeds based on their equity ownership of the company. Typical preferred to common conversion rates are 1 to 1 but one should read terms carefully to avoid getting blindsided by a higher/lower conversion rate.

To illustrate the non-participating type, if you have invested $1M into a company with a 1x non-participating liquidation preference in exchange for 20% ownership, and the company was sold for $2M, you will have two payout options. You can exercise your liquidation preference to receive a guaranteed $1M back, or you can choose to convert your preferred shares for $400,000 (20% of $2M). The rational choice would be to obviously exercise the liquidation preference for the higher payout ($1M>$400,000). In this specific example, an exit value of $5M must be achieved for the investor to be indifferent between choosing to exercise or convert since the same payout ($1M) would be achieved under both choices. This point of indifference is called the conversion threshold. An exit value below the conversion threshold would force an investor to exercise his/her liquidation preference. An exit value above the conversion threshold justifies conversion into common equity.

Participating Liquidation Preference: Unlike non-participating, for participating, when the investor has been paid back his/her liquidation preference, they will receive additional “ participation” in the remaining proceeds in proportion to their ownership. Let’s say you have invested $1M into a company with a 1x participating liquidation preference in exchange for 20% ownership. If the company was sold for $2M, you would be guaranteed $1M, and then an additional 20% of the remaining proceeds. 20% of the remaining $1M would equate to an additional $200,000 payout, generating a total payout of $1.2M.

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Think of participation as double-dipping into the proceeds pool. Participating preferred holders will never convert because they will always have a higher value/share than common shareholders since they are adding their guaranteed liquidation preference value on top of participation (which is the same value as common shares). Founders should avoid participating liquidation preferences as this will always generate a larger exit value for the investor (thus, smaller for the founder) than non-participating liquidation preferences. Participating is less common than non-participating liquidation preferences.

While liquidation preferences were designed to protect investors, participating liquidation preferences can create unfair scenarios for the entrepreneur. Caps on the amount of committed capital were introduced to protect the entrepreneur. These days, payout caps are typically around 3x the investment amount. An investor committing $1M with 1x participating liquidation preference on a 3x cap will receive up to $3M in total proceeds ($1M liquidation preference + $2M in participation) if he/she does not convert. An investor must choose to convert fully to common to receive any payout higher than its cap. Thus, the cap introduces a conversion threshold for participating preferred shareholders that otherwise would not exist. Below is a waterfall visual of MDx Medical’s (Vitals) 4-tiered, participating liquidation preference with a 3x cap on all investors with the exception of investors in the Series D round. Note that the Series D preferred shareholders will always have a higher price/share value than the common shareholder due to having an uncapped participating liquidation preference. As you can observe, having no cap on participation has an adverse effect on the entrepreneur.

Binary Payout Rates – The Ultimate Guide

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Follow the tutorial until you have spoken to the Bishop and grabbed the repair kits and tools from the Church’s Chest.
Go to the west side of the Church and dig up the weeds until you run out of energy.
Go to sleep.

Speak to the ghost and get the exhumation certificate. Go to the garden and read the sign. Go east to the tavern and speak to Horadric the Barman.

Ask Horadric about the burial certificate, the garden and the fresh meat, then trade the burial certification to him. He’ll give you a letter for Krazwold the Blacksmith and 1.5 silver.

Speak to Ms Charm, she’s the bint that loves herself that was singing when you entered. She’ll not be there if you go to the tavern on the first day, this is why we didn’t.

Speak to the nobhead in the tavern and ask him about the ink and paper and the Astrologer.
Miss Chain might try to talk to you. She’s Horadric’s wench and you can ignore that bltch.

Go south/east of the tavern to the Blacksmith and speak to Kreavold.
Give him the letter then ask him about metal ore so you get the furnace plans.
Sharpen the sword he gives you, then kill the slimes. If you’re OCD about the slimes you can line them up so you can hit both with 1 swing. 2 swings to kill them both.
Speak to Krazwold and complete the quest.

Break the barrels and grab the loot in the following locations.
The house just west of the blacksmith, break the barrel and grab the Nails and Flitch.
The next house north for Scrap Metal and Flitch.
Back inside the Tavern for some more Scrap Metal and Flitch.

Speak to Horadric again to receive the Beer for Gerry.
Gerry stops you on the way home, tell him to do one.
Mine stone until you have 14 or run out of energy.
Go to sleep.

Chop down 2 trees and the 3 wooden bushes near the well.
Unlock Sawing and Firewood in the building technologies.
Build a Sawhorse.
Make wood billets a couple of times so you have 6 in total. (you might run out of energy)
Go to Sleep.

Wake up when you hear the Donkey ring the bell.
Get the corpse and remove the flesh.
Exhume the body for the ghost quest (bottom/right grave)
Bury the new corpse in the hole, throw exhumed body in the river.
Tell Gerry to do one.
Sleep again until morning.
Finish billet if need be.
Go to the tavern and trade the burial certificate. Go to the blacksmith and buy 3 simple parts
Return home and build a Furnace. Build a Chopping Spot. Make 1 firewood.
Go to sleep,

Make 1 Wood Billet on the Sawhorse. Make 1 Firewood on the Chopping Spot.
Fuel the Furance.
Go north and mine 1 Iron Ore Node, ignore the Slimes unless they come near you.
Start the Furnace to smelt the Iron Ore.
Go visit the Inquisitor on Witch Hill as Skull boy asked you nicely.
Grab the Iron Ingot back at your furnace and restart it smelting.
Unlock the Wooden Anvil technology.
Go to sleep.

Grab the Iron Ingot from the furnace and restart it smelting.
Go down to the basement and watch Snake do his thing.
Smash the barrels. (if you’re lucky you might get a simple part or some nails)
Have a little sleep to regain some energy.
Smash the last barrel in your basement. Grab the Iron Ingot from the furnace.
Make 1 firewood.
Go to Sleep.

Grab the Corpse, remove the flesh and bury.
Sell the Burial Certificate.
Buy 4 Simple Iron Parts from the Blacksmith. (sell your rusty shovel if you don’t have enough money) With whatever money you have left buy some Nails.
Return home and make another Wood Billet. Build a Wooden Anvil.
Chop down 1 Tree and mine 2 Stone Nodes.
Unlock Tool technology.
Go to sleep.

Now we’ve done all the pre work during the first week, we’ll be able to start the second week with new tools.
If you got lucky while smashing the barrels and found some simpleton parts or nails, you should able to make one new tool straight away, make an axe first.
Use your new axe to make more firewood and then start your furnace smelting your last piece of Iron Ore.
Turn 1 Iron Ingot into Simple Parts and make a new Pickaxe.
Go mine another Iron Ore Node while the furnace smelts, then start it smelting a 2nd piece.
Once you have 2 more Iron Ingots, make your new shovel.

Congratulations, you survived your first week, you got a completely new set of T2 tools while you were at it and you didn’t have to use the wetstone to repair anything.

Go sell those old crappy tools to the blacksmith. Now you can celebrate by drinking Beer with Skull Boy in the Morgue.

Autopsies are probably one of the least understood areas of the game.

Use the Autopsy Table in the Morgue to remove Boby Parts from Corpses. Each Body Part has a different effect on the Red and White Skulls the Body arrives with and can be used later for crafting and completing quests.

The number of Red and White Skulls and the Corpse Decay with determine the Corpse Rating rating, which will impact the Graveyard Rating when buried.

Best Corpse Rating I’ve seen in the full release is 12.

White Skulls will increase the Graveyard Rating by 1.
Red & Green Skulls will reduce the Graveyard Rating by 1.

The maximum Gaveyard Rating a Corpse can have when buried is equal to the number of White Skulls it has with one exception. If a Corpse has no Red Skulls it will naturally get a +1 Graveyard Rating when buried.

  • Flesh = Removes 1 Skull, starting with a Red Skull.
  • Blood = Removes 1 Red Skull and adds 1 White Skull.
  • Fat = Removes 1 Red Skull and adds 1 White Skull.
  • Bone = Has no effect on either Red or White skulls. (Bug?)
  • Skin = Removes 1 White Skull and adds 1 Red Skull.
  • Skull = Adds 1 Red Skull.

The Brain, Heart and Intestine can remove up to 4 Skulls

  • -3 Red & -1 White
  • -1 Red & -3 White
  • -2 Red & -2 White
  • -1 Red & -1 White
  • -2 Red or -2 White
  • -1 Red or -1 White

The effects of removing the Brain, Heart and Intestine are selecdted randomly when the corpse is created by the game. Ideally you’re looking for one of them to remove 2 Red skulls, but this might not always be possible.

One strategy is to sleep and save the game before butchering a corpse, so you can reload the game should mistakes be made.

A Good strategy after you have just opened the Church is to only remove the blood and fat, bury the corpse and dig it up later when you have the Surgeon skill unlocked.

When a Corpse gets dropped off by the Donkey, it’s Decay Rating will be at about 99%. Should the Corpse be left and the Decay Rating drops to 90% it will gain 1 Green Decay Skull.

A Corpse left outside will Decay faster than one left inside the Morgue, a Corpse left inside the Morgue will decay faster than one left on a Morgue Slab.

After you have opened the Church you can manage when the Donkey brings a Corpse using the Box of Carrots. Placing 10 Carrots in the Box will get you 2 Corpses.

5 White & 2 Red

  • Dark injection = +2 Red = 6 White & 4 Red
  • Glue Injection = +1 White = 6 White & 4 Red
  • Lye Injection = +1 White & +1 Red = 7 White & 5 Red
  • Silver Injection = +1 White & -1 Red = 8 White & 4 Red
  • Gold Injection = +2 White & -2 Red = 10 White & 2 Red
  • Remove Blood = +1 White & -1 Red = 11 White & 1 Red
  • Remove Fat = +1 White & -1 Red = 12 White & 0 Red

5 White & 3 Red

  • Remove Skull = +1 Red = 6 White & 4 Red
  • Glue Injection = +1 White = 6 White & 4 Red
  • Lye Injection = +1 White & +1 Red = 7 White & 5 Red
  • Silver Injection = +1 White & -1 Red = 8 White & 4 Red
  • Gold Injection = +2 White & -2 Red = 10 White & 2 Red
  • Remove Blood = +1 White & -1 Red = 11 White & 1 Red
  • Remove Fat = +1 White & -1 Red = 12 White & 0 Red

5 White & 4 Red

  • Glue Injection = +1 White = 6 White & 4 Red
  • Lye Injection = +1 White & +1 Red = 7 White & 5 Red
  • Silver Injection = +1 White & -1 Red = 8 White & 4 Red
  • Gold Injection = +2 White & -2 Red = 10 White & 2 Red
  • Remove Blood = +1 White & -1 Red = 11 White & 1 Red
  • Remove Fat = +1 White & -1 Red = 12 White & 0 Red

Any 5 White corpses with more than 4 Red and you’ll need to start removing organs. You can save scum and see what each will give or you can get the Cultist Perk to see what they’ll give.

iirc you get the Cultist Perk when your relationship with the Inquisitor hits 75% (or completing the Snake quest line. can’t remember which).

You’ll need to start with 6 white Skulls to get a 12+1 (13) Graveyard Rating.

You’ll need 1 Red skull to use a Silver injection and 2 Red Skulls to use a Gold, or they don’t work.

Gold is pretty rare so I’d save those injects for a corpse you can make perfect with 12 White Skulls.

Researching an item in the Church basement shows its decomposition products. These are in the form of a powder, fluid, or extract. Each form requires a different machine to process it.

  • Powder is processed by the Alchemy Mill and yields Powder.
  • Fluid is processed by the Hand Mixer and yields Solution.
  • Essence is processed by the Distillation Cube and yields Extract.

Items are processed in many ways, but an item can only have one element.

Currently, there are eight known elements that are matched in pairs.

  • Health/Toxic
  • Order/Chaos
  • Acceleration/Slowness
  • Life/Death.

Substances are processed in many ways, but a substance can only have one element.

The ultimate beginner’s guide to trading online

Online trading gives you an opportunity be your own boss, set your work hours, work from home (or the beach), and make as much money as you want without the artificial cap placed on salaries.

However, beginner traders often have a hard time understanding how the market works – the information overload from Wall Street is more than enough to keep a beginner in a state of constant learning. As a result, they never ever feel ready to take the plunge.

Technological advancements in the finance industry have lowered the entry barrier to trading. Now, anybody can start making money from the markets with a basic understanding of how the market works, decent trading capital, and the right trading tools. In fact, financial trading tools such as bots, trading algorithms, AI, and social trading makes it easier to become successful at trading without having advanced degrees or any specialized training.

Different kinds of trading

Before getting into basics, let’s go over the different kinds of trading first:

Stock trading: Stock trading is the art of buying, holding, selling stocks (also called shares) of securities listed on public stock exchanges such as NASDAQ, NYSE, and AMEX.

Forex trading: Forex trading (also known as FX trading or currency trading) is the art of buying and selling currencies in the hopes of making profits on the difference in the value of such currencies in the global economic landscape.

Options trading: Options trading is a form of derivative trading in which people trade contracts that give them the rights (but not obligation) to buy or sell an underlying asset at a predetermined price.

Binary options trading: Binary options trading is a form of trading in which traders expect to earn a predetermined payout or nothing at all (t hey are also called all-or-nothing options) based on the success of their ‘prediction’ of the outcome of a specific market event.

Making your first trade

Now that you have a basic understanding of how the market works, you’ll need to decide on the kind of assets or securities you want to trade. The next decision you’ll need to make is choosing the right broker or brokerage firm through which you’ll access the markets. The broker you choose will have a direct influence on the kind of securities you’ll be able to trade, the kind of trading tools you’ll have at your disposal, how much money you’ll pay in fees, and the kind of final returns you can expect on your trades.

Some unscrupulous brokers tend to make their trading process opaque, confusing, and complex as part of efforts to fleece out more fees, transaction costs, and commissions out of beginner traders. You need to find a broker that would charge relatively low fees while still providing you with a full suite of resources to make your trading experience easier.

The screenshot above shows an example of a trade to buy 100 shares of Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) shares at $354.25 per share. You’ll observe that the trade has an estimated commission of $1 and the total cost of the trade will be $35,456.

Developing a trading strategy

The main differentiating factor between trading and investments is that a trader actively seeks out market movements for profit while an investor typically waits to profit from long-term price movements in the assets in their portfolio. A trader will typically make tens or hundreds of trades within a week while an investor is content to buy and hold an asset for months or years.

No trader can afford to underestimate the importance of a trading strategy – the first step in creating your trading strategy is to have a trading plan. A trading plan is akin to writing a business plan for an entrepreneurial pursuit. A trading plan helps you make logical tradition decision is periods of rapid market movement when you emotions might lead you to make rash decisions.

Your trading strategy should include a market ideology – a specific goal (getting out of debt, retiring early, making your first million) acting as your motivating factor to seek your fortune in the market. Your trading strategy should include your asset allocation and diversification moves – as a beginner, you should not have more than 5% of your trading capital on any single trade.

The trading chart above shows that Tesla has been in a consistent uptrend marked by rising support and resistant trend lines – for example, the stock is trending because of a catalyst such as a product launch or changes in management – in the last three weeks. The information that the stock chart provides can encourage you to hold/buy more shares of Tesla if you think that the uptrend will continue. Of course, you won’t hesitate to sell your Tesla shares to lock in your gains if you have reasons to believe that Tesla is at the peak of the uptrend.

Your trading strategy should include risk limits such as how much money you can afford to lose in a trading session (ideally not more than 5% of your capital) and how much loss you can afford to book in each trade (ideally, not more than 1% of your trading capital).

Also, make sure your trading strategy contains a mix of fundamental analysis (for example, global events, such as wars that impact oil prices) and technical analysis (trading rules based on price and volume transformations). You should use this information to determine your entry into trades, your exit when the trade goes your way, and your escape when the trade goes against your plans. It is your best interest to develop the disciple to incorporate stop/limit loss orders into every trade you place.

Using technology to beat the learning curve

Technology can help new traders lower the entry barriers to trading by automating many of the activities that could require a great deal of mental effort to track. Below are some pointers for using technology to become a better trader in the shortest possible time.

Stock screeners

If you are trading stocks, finding the right ones can be difficult because there are simply too many to pick from. Many newbie traders tend to follow the herd mentality, meaning they only trade the ‘big name’ stocks that make headlines, whereas hundreds of ‘quiet’ stocks are providing seasoned traders with consistent gains. If you trade stocks based on news alone, you’ll most likely miss the big gains; the pros often get in or out of such trades before it hits the headlines.

A stock screener can help you sieve through the thousands of stocks in the market to narrow down potential winners before their big breaks. It will help you identify top gainers and losers, stocks on turbo momentum, and stocks that are about to break out above resistance or break down below support lines, as explained above.

MarketWatch , Google , FinViz , Zacks among others offer free stocks screening software – your broker may also have specialized screening software on their trading platform. The image below is a screenshot of a stock screen done on finviz screener .

The screener is set to show stocks trading on Technology stocks with a share price of at least $30 per share, with a market cap of at least $10B, sporting an average trading volume of more than 500K trades on the NASDAQ exchange. The stocks also need to be optionable (you can buy or sell its options) and they must have an analyst rating of “Buy or Better.”

Trading bots

You can also automate your trades online by using a trading bot. These bots are simply computer programs with instructions to execute a trade on your behalf based on a predetermined set of market indicators and parameters. Automated trading systems can be used to trade stocks, options, futures and foreign exchange products based on a predefined set of rules, which determine when to enter an order, when to exit a position and how much money to invest in each trading product.

Trading bots can increase the odds of success for newbie traders by bridging the gap between their inexperience and events in the market to make sound trading decisions. These automated systems can also reduce your direct involvement in the markets so that you have ‘someone’ watching over your portfolio in your absence. While you are at work, traveling, or sleeping, your bot will be looking for new opportunities to book gains in the market.

Trading bots are especially helpful to beginner traders because they have logic on their side; they make trading decisions based on facts, whereas emotions and sentiments are likely to cloud the reasoning of inexperienced traders. In addition, it’s important to understand that trading bots are not created solely to help you book profits – sometimes; a bot can be an important market ally for reducing your losses.

Trading algorithms

Many new traders tend to confuse trading bots with algorithm trading – yet they are fundamentally different. Algorithmic trading is simply a tool designed to help traders execute orders automatically based on pre-programmed trading instructions such as price, volume, and timing. You can also use algorithmic trading to break down large orders that your trading platform can’t execute in a single trade.

The primary function of algorithmic trading is to help you manage costs and minimize risks. Using algorithmic trading for large orders can also help institutional investors or individual investors with deep pockets to avoid spooking the markets.

Social trading

A third option beginners should consider if they want to reduce the trading learning curve, is social trading. Social trading is simply a type of trading in which traders rely on user-generated financial content, collated from a variety of networks, to make trading decisions. Social trading provides you the platform to be part of a community of successful traders so that you can distill the wisdom of the crowd to make trading decisions.

You can utilize social trading to engage in the trading of different types of securities such as stocks, forex, commodities, and cryptocurrencies. Social trading is also closely associated with copy trading – with copy trading you have an opportunity to copy the trades of other traders to make your trading decisions.

3 common mistakes beginners should avoid

Not using a trading plan
Many new traders are eager to enter the market to start placing trades and start making money. However, entering the market without a well-thought-out trading plan often results in massive losses. Without a trading plan, you’ll mostly be reacting to events in the market instead of acting logically.

Underestimating the importance of a trading journal
A trading journal is a useful trading tool that can fast track your mastery of the markets. Recording all your trades, the investment thesis behind the trades and noting how the trades turn out can help you improve your trading acumen. A trading journal also makes it easy for you to do the post-trading analysis to crunch data and prepare for the next trade.

Changing trading strategy after every trade
Some traders experience beginner’s luck when they start trading; however, most new traders tend to lose some money because of their propensity to making trading mistakes. However, changing your trading strategy after every loss will only set you back on the learning curve because you’ll never really master any of the trading strategies.

Now that you’ve gotten actionable information to begin your trading journey, it’s time to get started on the right foot. eToro helps traders improve the odds of their trading success by providing a platform where you can automatically copy the trades of other successful and experienced traders.

This post is brought to you by eToro. All trading involves risk. Only risk capital you are prepared to lose. This content is intended for educational purposes only, and shouldn’t be considered investment advice.

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What are binary options

A binary option is a type of option with a fixed payout in which you predict the outcome from two possible results. If your prediction is correct, you receive the agreed payout. If not, you lose your initial stake, and nothing more. It’s called ‘binary’ because there can be only two outcomes – win or lose.

Advantages of binary options trading

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