The world of private equity continues to open up to more regular investors, with opportunities in industries poised for long-term growth. You’re about to find out what one of those industries is as you learn more about PE in general Host Vince Annable speaks with Brian Buehler, Principal and Board Member of Tasty Brands LP about this trending investment topic. On this edition of the program, you'll learn:
1) The important differences for investors between private equity vs public securities and private equity's increasing availability to investors. (Timestamp 02:13)
2) Some of the ways that investors can participate in private equity. (Timestamp 03:15)
3) Why the restaurant sector is gaining in popularity among private equity firms and the types of restaurants that are benefiting in particular. (Timestamp 05:16)
4) How private equity firms create value for their investors. (Timestamp 06:57)
5) How involved the guest's firm is in managing the properties it invests in. (Timestamp 08:22)
6) How long private equity investments are typically held. (Timestamp 09:20)
7) Some of the important questions investors need to ask before deciding if a private equity investment is right for them. (Timestamp 10:27)
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About the show
"Your Money Manual with Vince Annable" is a program developed to share information about concepts and strategies used by high net worth individuals to preserve, protect and grow their assets through all market cycles. Vince Annable--the host--is the creator of The Household Endowment Model® and CEO of Wealth Strategies Advisory Group. Give us about 15 minutes--we truly hope you learn something! After all, as we like to say, "When it comes to investing, your money doesn't come with instructions."