- Another name for "venture capitalist", or somebody who invest in start-up companies.
- A particular type of venture capitalist that is more accessible, but at the same time may be harder to find and whose pocket is more limited unlike the traditional venture capitalist. It may also refer to a specific type of venture capitalist who may be willing to engage investment endeavors that may be too risky from the traditional venture capitalist's point of view.
- A thrill seeking wealthy individual.
- The book title of Jim Rogers', author and former Wall Street Financier, 116 country road which tolled for 3 years. Retired at the age of 37, Rogers toured the world by motorcycle which set the Guinness Book records for both trips.
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