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Searching for: researcher is "national venture capital association (nvca)"

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Venture Capital Returns Showed Continued Improvement in Q3 2004
Venture Capital and Private Equity Long Term Performance
National Venture Capital Association (NVCA)
Jan 2005 United States Investment - Venture Capital & Private Equity
According to this research, venture capital performance showed continued positive growth at the close of the third quarter of 2004, posting double digit returns for the long term investment horizons. The five, ten and twenty year horizon returns for venture capital in the quarter were 10.5%, 26.9% and 15.8%, respectively. Long term returns for all private equity were 4.7%, 12.5% and 13.7% for the same time period. Both asset classes continued to outperform both the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 for those time horizons as well.

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Venture Impact 2004: Venture Capital Benefits to the US Economy
Performance of Venture Capital backed companies
National Venture Capital Association (NVCA)
Jul 2004 United States Investment - Venture Capital & Private Equity
According to this study, jobs and revenues at US companies backed by venture capitalists grew during the 2000 to 2003 economic downturn.  Companies which received venture financing between 1970 and 2003 accounted for 10.1 million jobs and $1.8 trillion in revenue in 2003, representing approximately 9.4% of total US jobs and revenues. These companies registered 6.5% and 11.6% gains in jobs and revenues respectively between 2000 and 2003 while national employment fell 2.3% and US company revenues rose 6.5%.

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