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3 Surprising Ways to Hedge Against Inflation

The Motley Fool

Generally speaking, investing in private companies is off limits to most investors. Unless you meet income or net worth thresholds that qualify you as an accredited investor , your ability to invest in private businesses will be limited.

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3 Surprising Ways the Ultra-Wealthy Invest Their Money

The Motley Fool

Investing in private equity, on the other hand, is only available to institutional investors and accredited investors who have an annual income of at least $200,000 for two consecutive years and/or a net worth of $1 million or more excluding their primary residence.

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Hartford Funds Launches Its First Private-Equity-Focused Fund

Private Equity Professional

Hartford Funds has launched Hartford Schroders Private Opportunities Fund (HSPOF), a new fund for accredited investors that will invest in private equity. HSPOF will invest both directly and through co-investments in small- and medium-sized buyout and growth companies that have enterprise values from $50 million to $1 billion.

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Frequently Asked Financial Questions

Integrity Financial Planning

What does it mean to be an accredited investor? The options are different for an accredited investor, which has come up for some of his clients in need of creative solutions such as a 1031 exchange. Here’s what you’ll learn in today’s show: What is the role of an accredited investor? (0:21)

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This Bitcoin Investment Could Give Crypto Investors a Double-Win

The Motley Fool

The origins of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust Grayscale originally created its Bitcoin trust to give investors a way to participate directly in the price changes of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Grayscale Bitcoin Trust offered shares to institutional and accredited investors without having to do a full registration process with the SEC.

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Want to Invest Like a Billionaire? This ETF Lets You Buy SpaceX, OpenAI, Stripe, and Other Unicorns for Less Than $50.

The Motley Fool

Private equity and venture capital firms typically have access to investments that are not available to everyday investors. Well, to put it simply, these funds raise capital from ultrahigh-net-worth individuals called accredited investors.

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Altriarch launches private credit fund

Private Equity Wire

The new strategy is in response to increased demand for private credit investment opportunities from Altriarch’s network of institutional and accredited investors, including RIAs, foundations, endowments, pension plans and family offices.