Investors are calling it the most expensive angel investment round ever.
That’s because, of course, Angel investors can’t see any of the proceeds from the deal until the end of 2018.
The funds will go to help Angel investors, who are the biggest single group in the industry, according to AngelList, a platform for investors to get their investment results.
But Angel investors aren’t just investing in a bunch of companies, or for the company they want to work for.
They’re also putting money into companies that have an important stake in the next generation of tech.
The top 10 AngelInvestors listed the top 100 companies that are in the running to acquire Angel investors.
That includes Apple, Google, Amazon, Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Twitter.
Here’s a look at each of them:Apple: Apple is a big investor in both Amazon and Netflix, which is also looking for investors.
The two companies are working on a new version of the Apple Watch that will be available in 2020.
Amazon: Amazon bought a minority stake in Netflix in 2016.
The company said in October that it wants to invest $250 billion in the company, including $500 billion in new products and $250 million in technology research and development.
Netflix’s growth is driven by content, the company said.
Google: Google is also a big Angel investor, though it hasn’t invested in any Angel companies yet.
The search giant has already made a $50 billion investment in Snap, the photo-sharing service it bought in 2014.
The $50 million invested in Snap came after Google bought the stock in 2020 for $1.9 billion.
Facebook: Facebook is also investing in both Apple and Netflix.
The social network has said it wants an Angel investor to help it bring its photo-streaming app, Timeline, to the iPad.
The app is already available for iOS, Android, and Windows.
Facebook also is investing in Spotify, the streaming music service.
Facebook’s investment in Spotify will help the company expand its catalog of music, according a statement from the social network.