HomeFund Manager InterviewsAustralia’s first direct to client automated alternative investments platform Australia’s first direct to client automated alternative investments platform James Brandis September 12, 2017 Fund Manager Interviews Jason Holdsworth says the challenge for alternative investments is getting the minimum buy-in down, and with some negotiation Aleda's got it down to $20,000. Get full access for just $1. Stay up to date and make better informed decisions. Get access to all this exclusive content and so much more every week! $1 for the first month FREE Book “Our World in Charts” incl. shipping FREE Book “The Constant Investor Quarterly” incl. shipping Get full access for just $1! Log in if you are a member. Log in if you are a member. Tweet Tags:ETF, Forex, gold Related Posts St Barbara eliminate almost half a billion in debt and cashflow keeps coming Labour increases, RBA Board exudes quiet confidence, gold sector valuations a-go-go Resolute Mining pays a dividend each year which you can collect in solid gold About The Author James Brandis James Brandis is the managing editor of The Constant Investor. After a decade in radio with the ABC, James joined Alan Kohler to launch The Constant Investor and develop the TCI Podcasts.