Learn how Alternative Assets can develop and grow your investment profile … More Why YOU Should Invest in Alternative Assets
What is Private Equity anyway? In relation to a hedge fund, Private Equity is basically when a fund will invest in privately owned businesses. They will purchase these businesses and then have a turnaround period where they will look to improve them. Then once they increase the cashflows and processes of that business they can … More Should you Invest in Private Equity?
Today I wanted to go over some of the basics and fundamentals of starting a Private Equity Fund. There is a lot to talk about so if you want to the full 30 minute explanation then click on the video above. If you are here for the basics then perfect. All the things I’m going … More How to Easily Start a Private Equity Fund
Leverage can make or break you…
Look at Elon Musk, a master at utilizing the 3 main types of leverage… but what are they? … More 3 Types of Leverage
$3.9 trillion of assets were held by Private Equity in 2019.
Private Equity doesn’t need to be this big flashy ordeal that makes the front page of the WSJ. PE can be simple & discrete… and still make you tons of money. … More Your Private Equity Playbook
Why right now is the best time to start your fund… and what we can learn from Paul Jones & Leon Black… Right now, a lot of people are worried. A lot of companies are stressed about making payroll or meeting loan obligations. It’s really easy to watch today’s news in the ‘here and now’ … More Hedge Funds that Started During a Recession
What is a Leveraged Buyout in Private Equity? Sycamore Partners and Staples Deal Explained. … More Private Equity Acquisitions & Leveraged Buyouts Explained
Hey Bridger here! Today I wanted to talk about an easy way to get started in the fund world and build momentum for yourself. Now I’ve talked to people that say: “I want to start my private equity firm right now… but I don’t have any experience.” You are starting from nothing- and you want … More The Easiest Way to Get Started with FUNDS…
Route I — an uphill battle The most traditional and common route by far. Here are the four simple steps to get you there: Complete several unpaid internships during your undergraduate to get a good first job Work 60 — 90 hours a week as an Analyst for 2–3 years to “put in your time” Spend at minimum ~$1,000 … More The Two Routes to Working in Venture Capital, Private Equity, or Hedge Funds