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Articles tagged: Diversification

Operational Real Estate

Could Owning Operational Real Estate be Your Ideal Investment?

Though higher risk than traditional investment real estate, operational real estate could offer a higher return.

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Investing in Comic Books

Should You Invest in Comic Books? Top Tips From A Comic Book Investor

Investing in comic books is more than liking Superman or Thor. Learn how to identify the best comic books to buy for investment.

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Invest in real estate with a self-directed IRA

5 Steps to Investing in Real Estate with a Self-Directed IRA

Want to grow your wealth, diversify your assets and get tax benefits? Using a self-directed IRA to invest in real estate may be for you.

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Conservative investor allocating assets

Laws of Attraction: Can a Conservative Investor Love Venture Capital too?

You can be a conservative investor and dabble in venture capital, despite its risks—it’s all about diversification and doing your homework.

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Alternative assets go mainstream

Beyond the Fringe: Alternative Asset Classes Go Mainstream

Alternative asset classes are going mainstream thanks to recent legislation and fewer publicly traded companies, but are retail investors ready?

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How REITs work for hopeful real estate investors

A Crash Course on the Benefits of REITs for Passive Investors

Can’t afford to buy property? REITs allow passive investors to “own” real estate without having to lift a finger. Learn how REITs work from an expert.

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IRA investments for families

6 Reasons Private Equity Makes a Great IRA Investment Option

A private equity IRA investment has its benefits, from tax advantages to increased diversification. Learn more about this IRA investment option.

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a water droplet splashes down, symbolizing liquid assets and alluding to illiquid assets

Accredited Investor Installment #13: Closing Thoughts

Liquid assets like stocks are not safer than alternative assets, like private equity, just because they are publicly traded. Liquidity and risk are not the same.

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man juggles four dice, symbolizing rate adjusted return

‘Risk-Adjusted Return’ in a Nutshell

The risk-adjusted return (RAR) measures ROI relative to the risk of the investment. Learn 3 methods for calculating RAR and how to balance your risk.

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beads of water on a leaf, symbolizing liquid alternative investments

Liquid Alternatives Feel More Fluid to New Investors

Over the last decade, investors have pursued alternative investments that rival hedge funds without the same risks. The result: liquid alternative funds.

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