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edly is an alternative investment platform offering “income share agreement” investments in the future earnings of college students. Target returns are about 12%, with monthly payments and a 4-year expected hold time.
"Earn monthly income while supporting students. Target returns up to 12%"Read more
FarmTogether is a real estate investing platform offering income-producing shares in US farmland. Investors earn money two ways: quarterly cash rent payments from farmers plus a return on the long-term appreciation of the land when it’s sold. The FarmTogether website is outstanding, and their investor education material is extensive and easy to find. Minimums are high and selection is limited, but may be worth a look for investors interested in agricultural and farmland as an asset class.
"FarmTogether is a marketplace for farmland investing. We are here to connect investors who want to invest in farmland with institutional quality US farmland investments."Read more
Fund That Flip operates as something akin to a hard-money lender, offering developers short-term loans for residential rehab (fix-and-flip) projects, then selling the loans fractionally to investors. They stand out for offering detailed info on prior loans, and their “Residential Bridge Note Fund” is worth a close look for easy diversification across multiple loans.
"Earn 10+% annual yield by investing in qualified real estate loans."Read more
Alternative assets have become increasingly accessible to retail investors since the passage of The JOBS Act in 2012. Adding to that accessibility is the option for investors to use retirement savings, in the form of a self-directed IRA, to diversify their investment portfolio. In this episode, host David Lofgren sits down with Tara Fung, CRO […]Read More
An agriculture tech consultant shares his insights on how to make the most of the burgeoning market for agtech solutions in South America.Read More
Tarfin offers access to extended payments for smallholder farmers, and creates pools of receivables for institutional investors as asset-backed securities.Read More
California's Vinergy aims to improve the most time-consuming, labor-intensive, and riskiest part of the grape harvest: moving fruit to the end of the rows.Read More
Silo is aiming to create a digital link between retailers, wholesalers, distributors, food service companies, packers, processors, and freight providers.Read More
Sundew thinks that toxicity and growing pathogen resistance to chemical aqua-pesticides means that now's the time to shine for biological alternatives.Read More
Find out how three of the world's biggest retailers – Carrefour, Ikea, and Tesco – are tackling food waste within their own operations and supply chains.Read More
Israel's Phytolon has been working on a proprietary, fermentation-based technology to produce its own spectra of plant-based food colorants.Read More