Before a startup has gained widespread popular appeal, you can count on its venture capitalists to promote it as the next big thing. Its rarer for those early investors to be talking up the company at the other end, months and years after it’s gone public.
But at Israel-based early-stage firm Aleph, cofounder Michael Eisenberg remains a bull about not one, but two controversial stocks. And one such investment, seemingly left for dead by some public market investors, is helping Eisenberg rise to a higher-than-ever spot on the 2021 Midas List Europe.
Eisenberg, 50, has built a career investing portfolio that includes two recently-public companies: coworking company WeWork
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