Why Royalties Belong In Your Portfolio
Investors are always looking for ways to protect their money. Stock and bond markets can be unpredictable. Which is why many turn to alternative investments to diversify.
Royalties provide a great option to do so. Owners of intellectual property get paid every time someone uses their work. They create an asset once, and then collect payment over and over again.
Benefits To Investors
Royalty payments, especially music royalties, perform independently of public markets.
Royalties generate income that rivals bonds and dividend-paying stocks.
Royalties have a track record of earnings, paid regularly.
Connect with rights holders interested in selling their royalty income. This gives you direct access to cash-generating intellectual property rights previously available only to institutional investors and industry insiders.
Each listing includes details to help investors understand the income stream listed for sale:
- Historical earnings of the catalog
- Relevant rights and catalog information
- Links to contextual research, news, and other information
Royalty Exchange listings are structured in one of following ways:
- Term-Based (NEW): You receive royalty income for a fixed term (ie: 10 years). Royalty income reverts to the seller after the end of the term.
- Life of Rights: You collect royalty income for the lifetime of the underlying copyright. (Life of the creator PLUS 70 years).
- Income-Based: You to collect a fixed amount of royalty income. Royalty income reverts to the seller after the fixed return is paid.