What is a "non-qualifying" venture investment?

Most venture fund advisors rely on the "Venture Exemption" from investment adviser registration.
This exemption requires that no more than 20% of the fund's aggregate capital contributions and uncalled capital commitments be invested in non-“qualifying investments”.
Common types of non-"qualifying investments" include purchases of stock in secondary sales and investments in other funds.
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