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One of the upgrades says it increases investor effectiveness by 2 percent and it costs 100,000 investors. If you buy this upgrade, does it only affect the investors you get from the next reset, or from all of them? Does it also affect the investors you already have?

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It applies immediately. You'll see in the investors menu that the Bonus per Angel is increased by 2%. The upgrade is reset (just like all upgrades) when you reset the game to get more investors.

I am not sure what the percentage bonus is before you buy it, but I think it is 5%. So you'll get from 5% bonus to 7%. That means the minimal amount of investors to purchase this upgrade is 350.000. (350.000 * 5% = 1.750.000 % bonus, 250.000 * 7% = 1.750.000% bonus)

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  • One last question: Does it only change the investors you get in the next reset, or does it affect all of the previous ones too?
    – Vanguard66
    Apr 21, 2015 at 23:44
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    It changes the amount of cash you get (and therefor the amount of investors) because the bonus for each investor increases. So yes, it affects both your current and future investors (until your next reset)
    – Mathias711
    Apr 22, 2015 at 6:18
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    The base bonus for angels is a lowly 2%. Holy Moola bumps this to 3%, Immaculate Consumption to 4%, and Eternal Revenue Service to 6%, assuming you buy them in order. Angelic Mutiny and Angelic Rebellion bump this another 2% each. May 8, 2015 at 0:14

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