Alternative assets, which include any non-publicly traded assets, such as venture capital, private equity, real estate, loans and digital assets may be your answer for more robust returns. These assets help build a diversified portfolio, work well for those with longer investment time horizons and offer the opportunity to accrue above-market returns.
It is those above-market returns that make alternative assets so attractive, yet they have long been considered only accessible to institutional investors and high net-worth individuals. As the rich have gotten richer, the everyday investor has been left with the average market returns. And because so many fast-growing startups are staying private longer, much of the upside is gone by the time they go public.
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Do you know you can use your IRA savings to invest in these alternative assets? It has historically been a time consuming, complicated and expensive process, often leaving you, the owner, confused and frustrated.
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It’s good practice to diversify your retirement portfolio to build wealth that will last for decades after you leave the workforce. Diversification includes traditional investments like stocks and bonds, but these are only a starting point. Read on to find out why diversification is important, what alternative investments can do for your portfolio, and why farmland may be just the asset class you need.
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