Early-stage startup investing is a high risk activity, and a maximum of 10%, or less, of one’s assets should be invested in this way. Investments in start-ups can result in profits as well as losses up to the full amount invested. Also, past performance is not indicative of future returns. Startup investments are illiquid, and often take 4-6 years to generate realized returns, if any.
Actual participation in investments and access to information regarding Go Beyond's available investment opportunities are restricted to those who successfully submit the onboarding investor due diligence documentation, as required under international anti-money-laundering laws and applicable to the personal circumstances of the investor. Particular restrictions may apply to US citizens or residents. Go Beyond does not provide investment advice or make recommendations in any way. Any decisions to invest must be taken solely by the investor; Go Beyond shall in no event be liable for any damages or losses except to the extent permitted by law.