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Private investment funds involve risk. Some private investment funds have more risk than others, such as those investing in publicly traded securities, which are subject to market price movements, regulatory changes and economic conditions, as well as adverse political and financial factors. Private investment funds can be affected by interest rate moves, economic cycles, tax changes, and regulatory requirements. Furthermore, there are additional risks associated with investing in non-US companies, high-yield bonds, emerging markets, aggressive growth stocks, non-diversified/concentrated funds and micro-cap stocks. Bond investments are subject to interest-rate risk such that when interest rates rise, the prices of the bonds, and thus the value of the bond fund, can decline and the investor can lose principal value. Private investment funds in general, including this one, must be held for an extended period of years to realize returns.
ABOUT ALL PRIVATE INVESTMENT FUNDS:
NOT FDIC/NCUA INSURED | MAY LOSE VALUE | NO BANK GUARANTEE NOT A DEPOSIT | NOT INSURED BY ANY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY NOT SEC/NASD REGISTERED | APPROVED INVESTORS ONLY
Greenridge Capital is not affiliated with any other organizations, and exists as an entirely separate entity. Greenridge Capital does not give investment advice, tax advice, or legal advice. Fundraising advice is given under contractual arrangement only. Any comments made within this site are the opinions of individual authors and do not represent Greenridge Capital. Always consult a bonded and insured Certified Financial Planner for financial advice, a bonded and insured Certified Public Accountant for tax advice, and an attorney for legal advice. If you need fundraising advice, mergers & acquisitions advice, or business advice, we hope the resources within this website are of assistance.
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