Your Guide to
Asymmetric Investing
 
Risk doesn't create wealth,
it destroys it


Unlike common alternatives, asymmetric opportunities offering high return potential with lower or managed risk can be available to those with the right access and expertise.
 
Overpaying for market risks,
only to underperform


Nearly half of U.S. households own mutual funds yet few understand their actual costs and risks. Even worse, the vast majority, even before fees, under-perform market averages - averages that are highly volatile and impossible to time. Even those able to participate in hedge funds face similar costs, risks, and under-performance yet potentially better alternatives exist.
 
Smart money investing in
the broader capital market


Family offices and other savvy private investment firms understand public equities and other "retail" vehicles are only a small part of the vast capital markets. They know debt markets are 2-3 times larger and that the private, non-security markets are even larger. Asymmetric opportunities typically reside in these – if you have the access, expertise, and scale to participate in them.
 
Maximizing returns,
while minimizing risks

 

If done right, asymmetric returns are achievable through distressed debt, real estate, private financing, and venture capital. The Asymmetria Group is opening access to these opportunities so others can benefit from asymmetric investing too.

 

Continue reading to learn more about how these four investment categories provide asymmetric opportunities.

Distressed Debt Real Estate Private Financing Venture Capital
Debt markets are large and complex. Once issued, bonds are regularly traded in secondary markets and large discounts occur in distressed debt scenarios. High yields, significant price appreciation, and asset or equity ownership can occur depending on the situation. Real estate is a large sector of the economy and asymmetric opportunities are possible under the right circumstances. Property generates cash flow, may appreciate in value, and higher cash on cash returns on a tax adjusted basis can be achieved with the right approaches. With private financing, asymmetric risk/return profiles can be created for investors while providing borrowers favorable terms vs. commercial alternatives. Equity exposure/options can also be created through the use of fixed income investment vehicles like convertible notes. Venture capital is inherently risky yet returns can be substantial if a start-up succeeds. With the right structures and controls, risks can be better managed and returns improved through using tools like restricted capital, non-dilution clauses, debt instruments, and tax advantaged shares.
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something we don't understand...
you shouldn't either.

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