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Just sit in a quiet room, imagine the year 2056 and visualize the products and services needed then.
13F filing also reveals acquisitions in small banks and real estate.
Buying the cheapest index fund will likely not meet your retirement goals or put the kids through college.
Over many time frames, they have outperformed stocks as a long-term holding.
Private equity firm KKR continues to favor credit over equity in the current environment.
Bargain real-estate assets are becoming hard to find.
I love conference calls with the executives of the leading private equity firms.
Three top execs gave their views this week at a New York conference.
And the payout could be massive for the long-term value investor.
Business REITs have tanked recently, but these names look promising.
It may be time to look at single-family instruments again.
Adopting a private equity mentality will help your portfolio.
Quit focusing on day-to-day moves and take a long-term view of where asset values should be.
EJF Capital provides some good ideas for long-term investment portfolios.
To get the same results (or close to them), adopt the same mindset.
EJF Capital continues to buy stocks of select small banks and private-equity firms.
The commercial arena is recovering, and these have heavy exposure
EJF Capital's 13F filings provide good sources for these investment picks.
Managers and investors misjudged time it would take to get the homes fixed and rented, but not all REITs are jumping ship.
EJF Capital has some interesting ideas in these sectors.
These two capital-providers stack up well against a time-tested strategy.