We often hear from investors who are looking to diversify their portfolio with alternatives, but are not sure where to invest. How do you pick which investments are right for you?
Starting today, you can allocate to private markets with the help of investment recommendations — Yieldstreet’s latest innovation in the fintech space.
“We are unlocking a powerful tool for investors who are interested in private markets, but are looking for recommendations to find opportunities aligned to their objectives,” Yieldstreet Founder and CEO Milind Mehere said.
Here’s how it works
Recommendations will span alternative asset classes, including real estate, private equity, venture capital, private credit, crypto and art (depending on current availability). Investments are selected based upon a range of goals, such as time horizon, risk tolerance and investment style.
“With more than 400 offerings launched to date, this service makes it possible to easily find relevant opportunities and invest with confidence,” Yieldstreet Founder and President Michael Weisz said.
The service leverages a custom classification system developed by Yieldstreet’s team of investment professionals. Taking into account qualitative and quantitative factors, each investment is categorized so you are only matched with the most relevant offerings.
Since our inception in 2015, Yieldstreet has been at the forefront of helping individuals and families modernize their portfolios with alternatives. This service is our latest strategy to further democratize access to this valuable asset class.
Recommendations are individual offerings, and the service is not currently designed to create a diversified or balanced private markets portfolio.
Yieldstreet provides access to alternative investments previously reserved only for institutions and the ultra-wealthy. Our mission is to help millions of people generate $3 billion of income outside the traditional public markets by 2025. We are committed to making financial products more inclusive by creating a modern investment portfolio.