Yieldstreet Platform-wide Performance

May 17, 20232 min read
Share on facebookShare on TwitterShare on Linkedin

Below, you’ll find a complete list of all offerings launched on Yieldstreet and realized performance, by asset class, as well as on an individual deal basis, for all those that have matured.

*Offerings designated with an asterisk are in either a modified outlook or default performance categorization as of 4/30/2023.

Source: Yieldstreet. As of 4/30/2023. Tables presented include all offerings launched on platform, with exception of the multi-asset fund.

Past Performance is not a guarantee of future performance.

Annualized Performance of Matured Offerings is calculated using the weighted average target and realized net return, respectively, of each matured offering in the table. Realized and Target Net Annualized returns are calculated using an internal rate of return (IRR) calculation and only considers management fees and does not consider any additional account-level fees or expenses. Performed Offerings is the percent (%) of offerings that have performed and is calculated by dividing the the number of matured offerings that have performed within 0.5% of their targeted return, or better, by all offerings that have matured.  “Target Annualized Net Returns” represents a projected annual target rate of interest or annualized target return, and not returns or interest actually obtained by fund investors in each offering. Unless otherwise specified on the offerings’ page, 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.  Numbers presented are rounded to the nearest decimal. 

Any historical returns, expected returns, or probability projections may not reflect actual future performance. All securities involve risk and may result in significant losses.