Dear Valued Member of the Moonfare Network,
The world is in the midst of the greatest transfer of wealth in history.
In the US alone, more than $73 trillion will be passed down to younger generations in coming decades. However, most of this wealth will likely fail to make it past the second generation.
In our guide, we explore how you can avoid this fate and instead potentially expand your fortune even further.
One of the options for future-proofing your familial finances could be investing in infrastructure. But how does infrastructure fare when markets are on a downturn and inflation soars? It turns out, these assets can offer a range of benefits through economic cycles.
Happy reading and see you again next month!
Massive amount of wealth is about to change hands in the coming decades, providing families with a generational opportunity to expand their fortune. But how do you prepare for a successful transfer?
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