Investments, Settlements, and Returns, oh my!

P4P041-AlternativeInvesting101

Tim Wright, of ASR Alternative Investments, joins Todd Strobel on the Prosperity Podcast. They discuss what alternative investments are and their benefits. Tim explains the type of client that would gain the most from life settlements and why they’re similar to owning real estate. Finally, the look at the type of returns to expect within a growing market. Can you make your money more prosperable and less of a gamble outside the stock market? Find out on today’s episode.

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Show Notes:

[0:00] Prologue

[0:20] Intro

[0:50] What are Alternative Investments and Life Settlements

[3:50] The Ideal Client

[5:04] Comparing Life Settlements to Real Estate

[8:50] Calculating a Rate of Return

[10:52] What to Anticipate as an Investor

[13:20] Explaining Underwriting

[16:21] Whose Market is it?

[18:02] Wrap-Up

[18:37] Your Portfolio Shouldn’t be a Gamble

[20:37] Outro

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