There are two types of alternative investments: private and public alternative investments.
While private alternative investments are all about private equity, credit, and real estate, public alternative investments mainly operate in public markets and use less traditional tools such as short-selling and leveraging.
In this episode, Harbourfront Wealth Management’s senior vice president and portfolio manager, Travis Forman, sits down with Kris Dureau to explain everything you need to know about private alternative investments. He highlights this investing approach’s versatility so that you, too, can consider the benefits it could add to your portfolio.
You will learn:
- Who predominantly uses alternative investments
- Examples of alternative investments providing consistent returns
- Private alternative investment subcategories
- The impact of private alternatives on retirement-related savings
- The role of inflation in alternative investments
- And more!
Listen today to learn how Harbourfront Wealth Management can help investors like you access private alternative investments!
Travis Forman is based in Kelowna but also works out of offices in Vancouver and Surrey, B.C. Please note – at 6:10 of the podcast, Travis Forman refers to Rockridge Private Debt Pools best month. He is referring to December 2018 monthly return. Source: Willoughby Asset Management- Rockridge Private Debt Pool Monthly Fund Profile – February 2021. 12:02 of the Podcast – Heavily sub-advised is mentioned. This refers to the third-party managers that oversee the individual holdings in the Pools. The comments and information pertaining to the Rockridge Private Debt Pool (“The Portfolio”) are not to be construed as a public offering of securities in any jurisdiction of Canada. The offering of units of The Portfolio is made pursuant to the Offering Memorandum and only to investors in Canadian jurisdictions. Important information about The Portfolio is contained in the Offering Memorandum available through Willoughby Asset Management.