There is a rising interest in wine as an asset class, as an investment of the same type as stocks, bonds, or works of art. But the additional appeal of investing in wine is that you can do it in the form of elegant collecting, not vulgar trading. And you can take your money out of the volatile stock or bond markets, your eye off the precipitous indexes, and calmly sip great vintages, secure in the knowledge that the value of your assets will rise over time.
Fine wine is what wine investment is all about, because such investment is concentrated on a small group of the very best wines for which the market is largest or, to use the financial term, the most liquid.
But is it for you?
Read the entire article on fine wine investing, from Accredited Investor Markets here.
Part of the Real Estate Dumbed Down Webinar Series, Due Diligence in Real Estate Deals is now available on demand.
This webinar is a must-attend for anyone who will be representing a client in any type of real estate transaction. Learn the proper guidelines that must be met to prove diligence. Our expert panel will discuss what you must avoid in order steer clear of pitfalls that could destroy your reputation and career.
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Basics of Real Estate Syndication is now available on demand!
This webinar will offer an inside look at how real estate investors can profit through real estate syndication. Our expert panel will discuss the legal aspects of syndication and provide practical insight into the process. This webinar is a must attend if you think you will ever be representing or acting as a real estate investor.
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Understanding and Negotiating a Loan Agreement is now available on demand!
Lenders typically have an upper hand in negotiating with business borrowers because lending is what lenders do every day. This webinar is designed to help even the playing field by teaching business owners and executives about the typical provisions of a secured loan agreement.
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In “Foreign Buyers of US Assets in a Section 363 Sale: National Security Regulatory Review” Commercial Bankruptcy Investor (Sept. 10, 2014), the Editorial Staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Investor describes how regulatory review of transactions to foreign purchasers can complicate a section 363 sale, and how such complications can be dealt with.
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“One of the advantages of investing online is that, if done properly, it should make investors’ lives easier. With hedge fund assets surging to a new record in the first quarter of 2014, it’s no wonder that investors have started to discover online hedge fund marketplaces. But, while the basic premise of each online investment platform is the same, the quality of the sites is not.”
Guest author Alon Goren, CEO and co-founder of Invested.in and INVST, pens an op-ed laying out crucial elements necessary to adequately exploring the hedge fund online marketplace.
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Here’s the latest news and events from DailyDAC, LLC. Don’t forget to check out the newest listings on the Opportunistic Deal Database and the Mature Deal Database!
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CNBC published an article in June that piqued our interest at Accredited Investor Marets because of its perspective on the seemingly established startup financing method, venture capital, being overtaken by the “new kid,” crowdfunding.
Will VCs have to work harder than ever to get in on the ground floor with start-ups? Don’t count venture capital out yet, as not all the cards have been dealt yet and crowdfunding may not be able to compete when all is said and done.
Click here to read more about crowdfunding and venture capital in the race for investment cash.
In 90 Second Lesson: If I file a chapter 7 bankruptcy, are the assets of my single-member LLC safe from the Trustee?, the editorial staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Alternatives discusses how the assets of a single-member LLC are not, practically speaking, insulated from claims against the member in his or her chapter 7 bankruptcy case.
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The Intersection of Bankruptcy and IP Law is now available on demand.
When a company files for bankruptcy protection, other areas of the law continue to be applicable. However, because of competing policy concerns and because of the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution, the interaction between bankruptcy law and other areas of the law can be complicated and confusing. This webinar discusses the intersection and interaction between bankruptcy law and intellectual property law.
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