An Introduction to Unlisted Investments
Traditionally, Australians have a tendency to invest in cash, in property and in the ASX. That’s not a bad mix, but it’s not the limit of our opportunities in a sophisticated, developed economy. Unlisted and alternative investments are a different class of assets with different advantages, disadvantages and uses in a portfolio. This project is about uncovering what some of those opportunities are, how they work and what you need to know as an investor before making a decision.
Unlisted investments differ from listed investments in a three main ways: regulation, liquidity and different behaviours compared to listed investments. While these differences can be substantial, the same basic rules for investing apply to both listed and unlisted products.
Introduction to Unlisted Income
Introducing Peer to Peer and Marketplace Lending
Income + Growth
Introduction to Unlisted Growth and Income
Investing in Unlisted Infrastructure
Introduction to REITs
EXTRA: Venture Captial
What is Venture Capital?
Small/Micro Caps and VC: What are the Differences?