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Barron�s much-anticipated ranking of �America�s Top Financial Advisors� was released today. The comments of those in this exclusive listing tell us much about where the ultra-high net worth Investors are looking for portfolio diversity. According to several advisors, many of these investors appear interested in providing business capital for commercial enterprise both within and outside…

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How to Find Angel Investors

How To Find Angel Investors for your Business Idea

If you read our previous blog post, you’re probably well aware of the benefits of obtaining venture funding through angel investors. Among other things, angels are willing to accept high-risk ventures, they bring experience and expertise to the table, they can get you money fast, and there’s some tax benefits that aren’t found in traditional…

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Vehicles for Offshore Investing

After reading our previous blog post on the benefits of of offshore investing, you’re probably eager to build your offshore portfolio. As with all forms of investing, there’s no guarantee that you’ll turn a profit. But if you’re willing to take the chance, and strategically plan your where and how to invest, you’ll reap the…

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Offshore Investing

Smart Money: The Pros and Cons of Offshore Investing

Thinking about placing some money in offshore investments? Expanding your portfolio to foreign markets can offer significant�returns if you’re willing to take the risk. Offshore investing offers�opportunities for all types of investors, including real estate, commercial business, money markets, and more. Before spending your hard-earned money in offshore investments, you should familiarize yourself with its…

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Offshore Funding

Benefits of Seeking Offshore Funding

Still struggling to obtain the necessary venture capital to launch your business? It’s no secret that the U.S. banks are lending less money, and less often, in the wake of the housing market crash. Previously, nearly anyone could obtain a loan, regardless of his or her credit score and revenue. However, banks are now taking…

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