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Genuine alternatives to financial investments are considered to be \'real\' or \'hard-asset\' investments. Immoveable property such as real estate, farmland and timber properties are considered to be viable alternatives to financial assets, and moveable property like gold bullion, fine wine and rare stamps are also considered to be genuine alternative investment assets.
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Global Diversified Partners
Genuine alternatives to financial investments are considered to be 'real' or 'hard-
asset' investments. Immoveable property such as real estate, farmland and timber
properties are considered to be viable alternatives to financial assets, and moveable
property like gold bullion, fine wine and rare stamps are also considered to be
genuine alternative investment assets.
The case for real-asset investing is compelling; those with sufficient expertise in
order to identify good quality assets in high demand can generate substantial
financial gains as the inherent value of their assets grows over time. But in almost all
cases, specific expertise is required in order to identify, properly value, and measure
the risk associated with niche assets like timber properties or fine wine, and a lack of
credible asset analysis, along with a non-existent regulatory framework have made
this area of investing very high risk for most investors, many of whom have been
subject to mis-selling, misrepresentation, poor advice.
Investors acquire certain assets as they are unlikely to depreciate over time, and
when demand for the asset or its produce increases so too does the inherent value of
the asset itself. So properties that are finite in supply yet have an essential function
such as agricultural land, and forestry investment properties, are likely to see values
rise as the global population grows and developing nations become wealthy and
demand more resources. Niche sectors like fine wine also benefit from increasing
demand for finite assets. As only a certain volume of a particular vintage is ever
produced, the value increases over time as existing stock is consumed, and more
buyers come into the market demanding the best quality product. The same could be
said for other collectibles like stamps, antiques or rare coins. The basic underlying
strategy remains relatively static across most in real-asset investing; acquire useful or
desirable tangible assets, of which supplies are limited and demand for which is
Core to the success of any property or asset-based acquisition for investment
purposes is due diligence. Investors must be assured of the value they are receiving
for the money they invest, and of the risks they face as an owner of such an asset.
Often times such investment projects are structured so as to raise sufficient capital
not just for an asset purchase, but also for its improvement and/or future operation
or management, and in these cases it is paramount that an investor has ultimate
confidence in the knowledge and ability of all of the counterparties which have an on-
going responsibility to the good and proper management of the asset.
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