traditional investments, alternative investments encompass several industries
and sectors. The investment that one pursues, in this case, depends on the
preferred sector. Some of the most popular alternative assets include real
estate, tax lien certificates as well as commodities, mineral rights, and
investment features incorporate all the sectors as a way of ensuring investors
have a wide array of asset classes to choose from. We feature alternative
investments from some of the fastest-growing sectors, as well as from the
biggest investment firms, hedge funds, and mutual funds.
On visiting our platform, rest assured to find profiles of all the biggest and valuable alternative investments. We also feature all the benefits and drawbacks of the various types of alternative assets in the market. At Invezz, we strive to make the platform as comprehensive as possible as a way of ensuring that investors have exposure to the best investments, away from traditional investment options.
Investing In Wine – Exercise Caution Ahead
Among the myriad alternative investment products which have come to prominence since the onset of the global financial crisis made dangerous terrain of the traditional stocks and bonds markets, with everything from rare earth minerals to carbon credits getting a run, are wine investments. But not just any old quaffable red – fine wines, those which would be expected to pas…
Forestry Investments – Options Available to the Private Investor
Investing in forestry warrants serious consideration. Historically attractive long-run returns relative to other investment classes, low volatility and high correlation with inflation, make a forestry investment a good inflationary hedge. Investing in forestry can help to bring balance and stability to an investment portfolio otherwise biased towards financial securities (…
Fine Wine Investment – A View From The Inside
Fine Wine Investment Revisited Last year, iNVEZZ took a look at fine wine as an investment product (Investing In Wine – Exercise Caution Ahead) which concluded that, unless you have a high level of expertise – that you know your Chateauneuf du Pape’s from your Lafite Rothschild’s as it were, you’re probably well advised to stick to drinking rather than investing in wine. M…
Timber: An Investment Disaster?
Typically, the long-term perspective on investing in timber and timber products is uniformly positive. This sentiment is built on ‘big picture’ scenarios – of relentless global population growth, of rising standards of living in developing countries, of progressive reductions in the harvesting of natural forests and the long lead-times for plantation substitutes, all combi…
Forestry Investment – An Attractive Alternative
The investor seeking both heightened portfolio efficiency and mid- to long-term stability could do worse than cast an eye over investment products that offer exposure to the forestry industry. Forestry investment represents an alternative real estate investment and a potential diversification to stocks and bonds. The inherent features of forestry land and products, examine…
Agricultural Investments: Options Available to The Private Investor
Introduction In 2008, the world experienced two ‘f-word’ crises – the global financial crisis, ushered in by the collapse of the US sub-prime mortgage market, and the global food price crisis. The causes of the latter are still being debated but the sudden – and largely unforeseen – spike in world food commodity prices early in 2008 has had profound consequences. Not least…