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Tag Archives: alternative investments

High-Grade Collectible Toys Make Great Alternative Investments!

Collectible toys share the same characteristics as some of the most investable assets, like art and fine wine. They're scarce; price is dependent on condition; they're sought-after, and unlike some other investments, they invoke powerful memories of our childhood. Let's explore. 👇There's a reason we're so bullish on this stuff! Words: 1072

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Alternative Investments: Are They For You?

Back in 2007, 65% of American adults reported investing in stocks yet in 2016, only 52% said they had money invested in equities so, where is all the money going? While there are no clear answers to this question, there are alternatives to the stock market which might be palatable to certain investors. We'll explore these asset classes and ways in which even average investors might take advantage of their opportunities.

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An Introduction To Rare Coins As An Alternative Investment (+2K Views)

Rare coins can play [an important] role in an investor’s portfolio as an alternative asset...[They] can hold their value quite well over time while remaining small and portable as physical assets. The following infographic...gives an introduction to rare coins, including the stories behind certain coins and why they are worth up to millions of multiples of their face value.

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Don’t Like Stocks Or Bonds? Here Are 9 Alternative (Crazy?) Suggestions

When it comes to traditional investments, most people think of online trading, buying stocks, bonds, mutual funds...etc. However, the fact of the matter is that there are all sorts of...[other] investment options out there. Some might sound completely crazy to some, while others may be a bit more in the realm of reality...[but] many people have made good chunks of money off of such alternative investments.

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Gold & Silver: Core Investments for Every Portfolio (+2K Views)

[Are you one of the] millions of people who lost money over the past decade in stocks and housing [who] are now buying bonds, annuities, and other fixed deposit credit based investments? [If so you are probably doing so because you] think it is the conservative [thing to do but, in fact, you] are really a [being a] speculator buying an asset far above its intrinsic value with the idea that someone else will pay even more [and such action] is guaranteed to disappoint. [Instead, you should make] alternative investments the core of your portfolio. Words: 834

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