Royalty Investing

News, insights, and tips about the world of royalties for investors and others interested in the market. 

Music Royalties just got easier to Invest In

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Music royalties should be on every investor's checklist! Read this article to learn why.

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Mind the Music Royalty Spread

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When it comes to music royalties, the entry price is important because music royalties are income streams. Just as one evaluates a stock's valuation relative to the P/E of the overall market, a royalty asset's initial yield can be compared to other fixed-income investments. To learn more, read this week's [.. .]

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Alternative Investments: Fun and Fat Yields

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Constance Gustke, Bankrate.com Here are some out-of-the-box alternative investment ideas, “some can pay you beefy interest rates – and can even be fun or help others”. Thanks to Constance Gustke of Bankrate.com for this upbeat and informative article, “5 Alternative Investments for Fat Returns”. Royalty Exchange loves the article but [.. .]

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Let Royalty Investments Help Slice the Pie

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How does one combine the various financial ingredients to make the most profitable feast? This week on Royalty Review, financial analyst and investment advisor, Jonathan Hoenig discusses thoughts about how to allocate royalty assets to your portfolio.

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How to Think of Royalties

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In Royalty Review's feature, How to think of Royalties, Jonathan Hoenig shares his expert viewpoint and sets the ground rules by clearly describing royalties in terms of their unique attributes while comparing and contrasting them to other well-known types of investments.

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A Royal(ty) Investment Return

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The only reason to invest in anything is to make money. Regardless if it's stocks, real estate, mutual funds or precious metals, the goal is absolute return. So how can one fashion a portfolio that withstands market maelstroms while achieving attractive rates of risk-adjusted return over time? As we pointed out [.. .]

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