Yieldstreet Portfolio Snapshot: January 2021

January 28, 20213 min read
Yieldstreet Portfolio Snapshot: January 2021
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Update: For the most recent portfolio snapshot, please see Yieldstreet Portfolio Snapshot: April 2021

We were founded on the principle that access to and the distribution of income generating investment products was fundamentally broken. Yieldstreet’s number one goal is to provide investors access to alternative investments across asset classes that were previously unavailable to retail investors. We are passionate about our mission and are proud of our success providing investors access to the income-generating potential of these alternative products. 

We believe education and transparency are critical to this process, which is why we provide recurring portfolio snapshots to investors. The data below is intended to help you understand the status of active deals and provide additional information as you consider your goals and circumstances. 

Please also refer to our Yieldstreet statistics pages for a look at our historical performance and other resources. We understand that the information that matters to our investors is as diverse as the offerings and our investors themselves – and that historic performance is just one data point (and, of course, never a predictor of the future). In addition, we’d like to highlight a few recent recovery case studies that demonstrate our team’s ability to achieve a full recovery of the investment at the targeted return, even amidst difficult circumstances when borrowers are challenged to meet their obligations.

Chart highlighting Yieldstreet's offerings, as well as dollars funded, invested, and repaid to investors
Bar chart highlighting dollar amounts associated with each alternative asset class

For still additional information, market commentary, and perspective, please read our Top alternative investments trends this year

Previous portfolio snapshot:

Yieldstreet Portfolio Snapshot: October 2020

All data presented in this communication is dated as of December 31, 2020. For additional questions, please contact us at [email protected] 

1Default refers to investment offerings where a formal event of default on the underlying loan has been declared.

2Partial Default refers to investment offerings where a formal event of default on the underlying loan has been declared but either (i) at least one loan in a portfolio of multiple loans has been paid off in full or (ii) over 50% of the initial principal investment has been repaid.

3 Marine Default refers to the outstanding defaulted investment offerings that were originated by GMTC.

Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the Yieldstreet Prism Fund before investing. The prospectus for the Yieldstreet Prism Fund contains this and other information about the Fund and can be obtained by emailing [email protected] or by referring to www.yieldstreetprismfund.com. The prospectus should be read carefully before investing in the Fund.

Investments in the Fund are not bank deposits (and thus not insured by the FDIC or by any other federal governmental agency) and are not guaranteed by Yieldstreet or any other party.

The securities described in the prospectus are not offered for sale in the states of Nebraska or North Dakota or to persons resident or located in such states. No subscription for the sale of Fund shares will be accepted from any person resident or located in Nebraska or North Dakota.

This communication and the information contained in this article are provided for general informational purposes only and should neither be construed nor intended to be a recommendation to purchase, sell or hold any security or otherwise to be investment, tax, financial, accounting, legal, regulatory or compliance advice. Any link to a third-party website (or article contained therein) is not an endorsement, authorization or representation of our affiliation with that third party (or article). We do not exercise control over third-party websites, and we are not responsible or liable for the accuracy, legality, appropriateness, or any other aspect of such website (or article contained therein).