Grow Your Clients’ Wealth With Private Real Estate
According to Preqin, the leading provider of alternative assets data, U.S. real estate funds raised a record $111 billion in equity in 2021, an increase of 35% from 2020 and 16% more than 2019. More investors are allocating to private real estate than ever before, likely because the asset class is poised to rally throughout 2022 while inflation rises, stocks experience continued volatility, and bond returns decrease.
Origin Investments has been laser-focused on private real estate investing for fifteen years. On this webinar, Origin Investments Co-CEO David Scherer will discuss the ways private real estate benefits an investor’s portfolio and why an increasing number of RIAs are allocating to private real estate. Plus, he’ll provide an overview of the diversified multifamily real estate funds that Origin offers to investors.
Headline Durable Goods Orders Down 0/9% in December
The latest new orders number at -0.9% month-over-month (MoM) was slightly worse than the Investing.com -0.5% estimate. The series is up 12.7% year-over-year (YoY). If we exclude transportation, "core" durable goods was up 0.4% MoM and up 11.9% YoY.
Equity Investment Outlook: The Pandemic’s Long Tail
In our latest outlook we examine the long-term implications of the pandemic, particularly changes to the labor market and the supply chain, and we discuss why we will be focusing on companies with pricing power in 2022.
Where Investors Fleeing Chinese Property Are Putting Their Money
Investors have been taking refuge from the Chinese real estate debt crisis in pockets of the broader Asian credit market, and cite India among opportunities that are relatively insulated from the historic turmoil.
1Q 2022 Outlooks from the Calamos Investment Team
Given the many forces shaping the economy and markets, 2022 will be a stock picker’s—and a bond picker’s—market. Prices are indeed stretched in pockets of the market, but many areas offer attractive potential supported by compelling fundamentals and exposure to growth themes.
Weekly Gasoline Prices: WTIC Down 1.8%
As of January 24, the price of Regular and Premium were up two and one cent(s) each, respectively, from the previous week. According to GasBuddy.com, California has the highest average price for Regular at $4.63 and Mississippi has the cheapest at $2.95. The WTIC end-of-day spot price closed at 83.31 and is down 1.8% from last week.