Interest rates are on their way up. This month, Bill explains what this means for Real Estate as an investment going forward.
As a portfolio manager, Bill Valentine has two overwhelming concerns about the investment markets in the decade to come. This month, he discusses the second one.
As a portfolio manager, Bill Valentine has two overwhelming concerns about the investment markets in the decade to come. This month, he discusses the first one.
This month, we look at the updated forecast for publicly traded real estate portfolios (REITs) and Commodities. We’re shortening the length of the video to make it more digestible for people on the go.
Real Estate Investment Trusts, known as REITs, are real estate portfolios that trade as stocks, guided by certain tax rules. They’re also the most liquid way for most investors to invest in real estate. And they’ve done phenomenally since the stock market bottom six years ago…until this month. Is this a temporary pause in a
This week, Bill shares with you something he’s doing with his portfolio, as was recently shared with clients. Also, we introduce you to five-asset class bench-marking. A bit longer than usual, this video promises to be a hit, especially if you like octopus.
The Asset Class Update series continues this week as Bill Valentine looks at Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) from several different angles, and discusses how the asset class fits within the current investment portfolio strategy at Valentine Ventures.
To look at U.S. investment markets, there’s not too much to be worried about. To look everywhere else is a different story. Which will snap-to-line? Will the U.S. follow the world lower, or provide the stability of last summer that allows the world to solidify? This week, Bill takes you across borders and assets classes
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