Yieldstreet Portfolio Snapshot: Q1 2023

May 12, 20235 min read
Yieldstreet Portfolio Snapshot: Q1 2023
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Explore how Yieldstreet investments performed in Q1 2023.

At a glance

Investment growth 

The total amount invested on the platform increased $228M quarter-over-quarter, or 7% as compared to 4Q22. The additional invested capital was broad based across asset classes, including a continued focus on private credit and commercial real estate debt offerings. 

Total amount invested (all time)

Amount invested in Q1 2023 by asset class


Matured investments in Q1 2023 

Yieldstreet investors realized returns on 30 investments across three asset classes in Q1. (Click arrows at bottom right of table to scroll through.)

Realized weighted average net annualized return by asset class4

Since inception, Yieldstreet has realized returns over seven distinct asset classes spanning 292 individual investments.

Realized net annualized return on all matured investments since inception3 

Overall portfolio composition  

Yieldstreet’s portfolio of active investments is diversified across asset classes, with the largest concentrations in Real Estate (26%), Private Credit (16%), and Multi-Asset Funds (10%). 

Active investments

Performance status of all investments 

Yieldstreet’s portfolio as a whole continues to show resilience in the wake of broader market and interest rate volatility. See footnotes for additional detail.

Past Quarterly Portfolio Snapshots

Q4 2022; Q3 2022; Q2 2022; Q1 2022

Past performance is not indicative of future results. Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market.

Source: Yieldstreet. All data presented in this communication is dated as of March 31, 2023. Please note any leverage used is not included in the “Active investments by asset class” data.

1 The net annualized return represents a historical average net realized return, using an internal rate of return (IRR) methodology, weighted by the investment size of each individual investment, made by private investment vehicles managed by YieldStreet Management, LLC after deduction of management fees and all other expenses charged to investments. The net annualized return for Q1 2023 is for investments which matured during the period beginning January 1, 2023 through and including March 31, 2023, excluding Short Term Notes. The net annualized return since inception is from July 1, 2015 through and including March 31, 2023, excluding Short Term Notes.

2 Target net annualized return represents a projected annual target rate of interest or annualized target return, and not returns or interest actually obtained by fund investors. Target interest or returns are based on an analysis performed by Yieldstreet of the potential inflows and outflows related to the transactions in which the strategy or fund has engaged and/or is anticipated to engage in over the estimated term of the fund. There is no guarantee that targeted interest or returns will be realized or achieved or that an investment will be successful. Actual performance may deviate from these expectations materially, including due to market or economic factors, portfolio management decisions, modeling error, or other reasons. Gross targets do not reflect the impact that the deduction of advisory fees and other expenses would have on returns.

3 Realized net annualized return by Investment represents the net realized return, using an internal rate of return (IRR) methodology, for each Investment, from each Investment’s respective inception to maturity dates, after deduction of management fees and all other expenses. Performance is based on unaudited internal calculations and subject to change. Actual realized performance experienced by an investor may deviate materially from these current operating results.

4 The weighted average realized net annualized return by asset class represents a historical average net realized return, using an internal rate of return (IRR) methodology, with respect to all matured investments in the asset class indicated, weighted by the investment size of each individual investment in that asset class, made by private investment vehicles in the asset class indicated managed by YieldStreet Management, LLC since inception after deduction of management fees and all other expenses charged to investments. All calculations are based on unaudited internal calculations, are subject to change, and may differ from the fund performance, returns and payments that an investor will actually receive. Numbers presented are rounded to the first decimal.

Our Performance page includes additional context and performance data. For any further questions, please contact us at [email protected].

Investment performance status definitions:

An investment is classified as “Modified Outlook” when it is not performing according to initial expectations. For example, it may be past the targeted maturity date or there may be a missed interest payment.

Marine Default refers to the outstanding defaulted investment offerings that were originated by GMTC. Yieldstreet continues to press forward on its pursuit to collect on the $85M final judgment entered by the High Court of England in favor of the YS SPV against the Borrowers through several multi-jurisdictional and multi-pronged recovery strategies. These recovery strategies include, but are not limited to: enforcement of the High Court judgment in the UK to pursue the Guarantor’s real property; global asset tracing; litigation against the originator; and pursuit of a Mortgagees Interest Insurance Claim covering the underlying vessels.

Important disclosures:

Alternative investments involve specific risks that may be greater than those associated with traditional investments; are not suitable for all clients; and intended for experienced and sophisticated investors who meet specific suitability requirements and are willing to bear the high economic risks of the investment. Investments of this type may engage in speculative investment practices; carry additional risk of loss, including possibility of partial or total loss of invested capital, due to the nature and volatility of the underlying investments; and are generally considered to be illiquid due to restrictive repurchase procedures. These investments may also involve different regulatory and reporting requirements, complex tax structures, and delays in distributing important tax information.

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