The 2013 Halo Report finds angel investment activity on the rise with more high-valuation deals closed in 2013 than in 2012. While median round sizes held steady at $600K per deal, they were at a three year high when angels co-invested with non-angels. The share of angel investment in Internet, healthcare and mobile startups continued to increase. Golden Seeds, Tech Coast Angels, and Houston Angel Network, which is new to the list, were the three most active angel groups in 2013. With a continued progression toward more even distribution of investments nationally, entrepreneurs throughout the country are likely to find it easier to access angel investors for critical early stage funding. The Halo Report, put together by the Angel Resource Institute, Silicon Valley Bank and CB Insights, includes aggregate analysis of investment activity by angel investors and angel investment groups, highlighting trends in round sizes, pre-money valuations, and industry investment preferences.