Alternative Investments Explained in 2 Minutes

As we’ve shared previously, April is Financial Literacy Month, an effort to highlight the importance of financial literacy and teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits.

We know that understanding investments can be confusing, so our team put together this short video to explain what alternative investments are and how they can help you reach your financial goals.

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Aspiration defines “elite,” “wealthy,” “rich,” and “millionaires” as accredited and qualified investors and those who have been able to meet the historic minimums of private funds, including hedge funds and private equity funds. An investor's experience, objectives, and risk tolerance may differ from that of an “elite,” “rich,” “wealthy,” or "millionaire" investor, all of which should be considered when investing in alternatives.

Alternatives include but are not limited to: liquid alternatives, private equity, hedge funds, derivatives, venture capital, real estate, energy and natural resources, and distressed debt. Alternative investments may involve risks including limited liquidity, volatility, lack of transparency, lack of diversification, use of leverage, lack of regulation, and loss of investment.

PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RETURNS. There is no guarantee that any investment product will achieve its objectives, generate profits, or avoid losses. Investing involves risk of loss and alternative investments may not be suitable for everyone. Before investing, consider your investment objectives.

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