November 28, 2016
While owning residential real estate is typically part of a diversified investment portfolio, what is different in the last year or two is the role the uncertain economy is playing in making purchasing decisions.
November 12, 2016
While owning residential real estate is typically part of a diversified investment portfolio, what is different in the last year or two is the role the uncertain economy is playing in making purchasing decisions.
November 12, 2016
Even before Donald J. Trump defied the odds and was elected the 45th president of the United States, wealthy investors were feeling uneasy about the level of uncertainty in the global economy. While some people are optimistic that a Trump administration could mean tax breaks, less business regulation and other benefits to the wealthy — and even the stock market eventually rose on the news — the truth is, no one knows for sure what the next months or years will bring.
October 21, 2016
An investment club for the ultra-rich has revealed its Members' are sticking with real estate and private equity amid a dwindling appetite for hedge funds.
October 21, 2016
Forbes magazine called it the “wealthiest, most powerful social networking group in the world”. Others have called it a “top secret club for millionaires”. And from this weekend, the UK’s wealthiest will have the chance to join TIGER 21, rubbing shoulders with 450 of the world’s richest people.
September 12, 2016
Kattegat Trust, a charitable vehicle set up by Teekay Shipping Corp magnate J. Torben Karlshoej, was looking to diversify its portfolio beyond its core shipping holdings. The trust sought exposure to asset classes like private equity by harnessing a broader base of capital from other limited partners.
August 3, 2016
The second quarter Asset Allocation Report from TIGER-21, a peer-to-peer learning network for high-net-worth wealth creators, has highlighted evidence of a shift toward private equity and real estate investment.
August 2, 2016
Every quarter, TIGER 21 asks its members to anonymously fill out a confidential survey about where they hold their money, where they’re allocating new money, and how those decisions have changed over the past quarter. Tracking the change in these allocations over time can give you a sneak peak into what the “smart money” is currently doing and thinking about opportunity and risk.
July 29, 2016
Assets that include Treasury notes, high-quality dividend stocks, and low-volatility mutual funds have all seen spooked investors rush into their supposedly safe embrace. TIGER 21 Founder Michael Sonnenfeldt and others argue that has transformed them.

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