I joined a startup 6 months after its founding as a junior engineer (I was right out of college at the time). I've been with the startup for almost 6 years now, and I've progressed to the point of being a senior engineer (there are currently 3 other engineers). Over the course of my time there, I've accumulated options to the tune of 0.43% percent of the company. It's been a while since I've gotten a new grant or a raise, so I think the time has come to ask for another one.
I'm bullish on the company's future (it's survived for 6 years already and I think it's likely to become profitable this year). It's purely angel funded at this point: we haven't taken any VC money. I've been researching exactly how much equity someone in my position should have, and I've only been able to find this information about startups that have completed their Series A (like this and this). Since we're purely angel funded, my understanding is that I should own more of the company than that due to the increased risk.
Does anyone have any data or rules of thumb that would apply to me in this situation for an angel funded company?
Thanks for the assistance.