8 Factors to Determine If an Investment Fund Manager Is Putting Investors First

8 Factors to Determine If an Investment Fund Manager Is Putting Investors First

Lots of managers say, "Investor First," but it is only when you dig into the fund documentation and really spend time understanding the management team, fees, and fund details can you better assess if this is the case. Regardless of the investment platform, here are eight factors for investors to consider when reviewing fund managers to see if they are putting investors first.

2021 February—Are We Seeing Stabilization?

2021 February—Are We Seeing Stabilization?

National vacancy rates were 4.5%; but net absorption of multifamily units was clearly weaker than last year. Many suburban and smaller markets have seen rent increases.

Are Real Estate Debt Funds a Replacement for Bonds?

Are Real Estate Debt Funds a Replacement for Bonds?

In this live online interview Chris Carsley and Brock Freeman talk with Brandon Walsh at Rocket Dollar about alternative investments, the death of the sixty forty or at least the lower interest rate bond market's impact on the low-risk part of your investment portfolio, what to look for risk-wise when exploring private investment funds, what we have done to lower operational risk and be transparent with our Kirkland Income Fund, and much more.

Is the 60/40 Investment Portfolio Dead?

Is the 60/40 Investment Portfolio Dead?

Many experts now believe that the 60/40 portfolio is no longer an investment strategy that generates the best growth profits, but there is an alternative.

Correlation and the Impact on an Investment Portfolio

Correlation and the Impact on an Investment Portfolio

How do I know if my investments or the ones I intend to include to my portfolio would help diversification? It is simple – understand the relationship between the investments.

2021 January — Are Alternatives the Answer to Avoiding the Bleak Outlook for Stocks & Bonds?

2021 January — Are Alternatives the Answer to Avoiding the Bleak Outlook for Stocks & Bonds?

Research firms in Wall Street have expressed concerns for lower returns for both fixed income and equities in 2021. Credit and emerging market debt remain brighter spots, but increasingly it is to alternative assets investors must turn to find higher returns.

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