What is private equity and how does it work?
In finance, private equity is a way of raising investment capital from high net worth individuals and institutions for the purpose of investing and acquiring equity ownership in companies.
A private equity investment will generally be made by private equity firms, a venture capital firm or an angel investor. Each of these categories of investors will provide working capital to nurture the expansion of a company, the development of a new product or the restructuration of the company’s operations, management or ownership.
Investing in Private Equity
For investors who are not in a position to put forth millions of dollars, private equity is often ruled out of a portfolio – but it shouldn’t be. Though most private equity investment opportunities require steep initial investments, there are still some ways for smaller investors to participate.
We have teamed up with several organisations allowing access to such companies from as little as $25,000. Thereby giving clients the chance to capture the phenomenal returns which can be produced, measured in multiples of capital as opposed to percentage points of growth.
Investing early is the KEY to making fortunes.
“One of the best rules anybody can learn about investing is to do nothing, absolutely nothing, unless there is something to do. I just wait until there is money lying in the corner, and all I have to do is go over there and pick it up. I wait for a situation that is like the proverbial shooting fish in a barrel.” – Jim Rogers