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Achieving Balance: Short-Term, Low Correlation Investments

February 9, 2023

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Achieving Balance: How a Short-Term, Low Correlation Investment Can Strengthen Your Portfolio

You already know that a well-diversified portfolio is crucial to hedging against losses and maximizing your chances of profitability, that’s probably why you’re here. What is less obvious though, is exactly how to create that powerful, well-diversified portfolio. Well, that’s why we’re here.

We specialize in low-correlation assets. Merchant Cash Advances, to be precise.

Why should you care about low correlation?

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Low correlation assets are a secret weapon for stronger portfolios. Photo by Алекс Арцибашев on Unsplash

Low-correlation investments are assets that don’t move in tandem with the rest of the market. Because they do different things at different times, they provide a valuable hedge against larger market fluctuations. They also offer a powerful way to diversify your portfolio because they do not mirror the behavior of the stocks and bonds market.

Merchant cash advance investment notes are low correlation because they are tied to the performance of a specific business or group of businesses, rather than the overall market.

When you invest in MCAs, you invest in a bundle of hundreds if not thousands of different Mainstreet retailers; shipping companies, hairdressers, gift shops, and dentists. You name it. There’s a lot of variety. This variety helps to reduce the risk of market downturns and can provide a stronger investment option for you.

Why might you want short-term notes?

Short-term investments, on the other hand, offer the potential for quick returns without tying up your capital for an extended period. But it’s really in the combination of these two factors, low correlation and short-term, that unique advantages can be unlocked.

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Low correlation, high diversification, short-term. Great news for growth. Photo by Edward Howell on Unsplash

That’s why we’re (still) excited to announce the arrival of Supervest’s 24-month, 12%* note product.

It’s a solid pick for yield-seeking investors, and this blog will give you a rundown of how exactly the 24-month note can benefit you.

If you already know that you want to invest in the 12% note, you can do that here.

Why Invest in the 24-Month 12%* Note?

A very reasonable question. Here’s why:

  • High Yield: Markets are currently pretty unstable. The 60/40 portfolio seems to be doomed. But, the 24 Month 12%* Note is alive and ripe with potential. With interest rates at historic lows, it’s difficult to find investments that offer attractive returns. The 24-month note targets a high yield to help you achieve your financial goals faster.
  • Short-term Liquidity: The 24-month term of this note offers you a balance between short-term liquidity and long-term investment opportunities. Data from our platform users showed that there was a real appetite for a short/mid-term product. 24 months is the perfect goldilocks period. You can access your investment sooner than traditional bonds and other long-term options, but the yield can still be excellent.
  • Investment Diversity: The 12%* Note can also help you achieve that all-important diversity. Including low correlation baskets of alternative assets like MCAs which span thousands of locations and industries, you can ensure that you have a balanced mix of investments.
  • Reputable Experts: We have been in the financial industry for a lot of years. Our team has decades of expertise in the nuances of Merchant Cash Advance investing. We use our experience on your behalf so that you can enjoy a hands-off investing experience with no labor-intensive portfolio management eating up your time. We handle all due diligence to the highest industry standards and are constantly on hand to answer any questions you have.

If all of this sounds good, you can strengthen your portfolio with our new low correlation investments today. We can’t wait to have you on board.

*It is essential to note that the 12% return is a target return and cannot be guaranteed. As with all investments, returns will vary based on the market, industry, and other risk factors.

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