Dear Valued Member of the Moonfare Network,
Welcome to The Satellite.
This month, we answer some of the burning questions people have about private equity investing.
First, we’ve deconstructed the often misunderstood liquidity of private equity. Although the asset class requires a somewhat long-term mindset, it’s much more accommodating to various liquidity needs than many investors may think.
And speaking of different investing preferences, we also explain how to select the private market strategies that could suit your risk tolerance and goals the best.
Finding this fit could potentially help you unlock the return upside and diversification benefits that institutions have capitalised on over the last 50 years.
While having a portfolio concentrated with highly liquid assets may sound appealing, shunning private market investments during downturns could have unintended consequences on your long-term return potential.
*As with any investment, your capital is at risk, subject to eligibility.
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