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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