Real Assets Adviser
February 2, 2015: Vol. 2, Number 2Buy For $195.00 Add to Cart
Loving Life: Hyperion Wealth Advisors' founders Harvey Spira and Stuart Conley eschewed wirehouses to take the IAR route
For advisers Harvey Spira and Stuart Conley, the decision was an easy one after affiliating with a major wirehouse for a number of years. They chose to become investment advisory representatives, and thus their New York City–based Hyperion Wealth Advisors was born in June 2013.
Sold: Online auctions have become a more popular form of investing in commercial real estate
Auctions are one of the oldest and most popular methods of buying and selling.
Grand Gestures: Technology fortunes have triggered a resurgence in architectural grandiosity for corporate HQs
Companies such as Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are building sprawling corporate compounds with a motivation different from their Industrial Age predecessors.
5 Questions: Building the Future of Life Science
Joel Marcus answered five questions about Alexandria Real Estate's efforts in the the biotech and life science sector.
The Big Picture: Demand Driving Growth in Nontraded BDCs
Investors seeking noncorrelated strategies might consider this emerging asset class.
The Big Picture: The Art of Discipline in Today's Cycle
While a true “bubble” may not be imminent, real estate investors should exercise extreme caution in 2015.
Last Word: Cyclical Rebound Tempered by Risks
Growth drivers point to continued robust market for real estate investors in 2015.
Notes & Trends: Where in the world did the year go?
This particular issue of Real Assets Adviser is devoted to both looking back in a major league way, as well as continuing to elevate the dialogue around real assets as a viable investable asset class.
Shock Absorbers: Midstream energy infrastructure investors are positioned better than most to withstand oil
Crude oil’s price drop has grabbed the attention of anyone with a stake in energy markets, or any market for that matter, as oil is a ubiquitous part of the entire global economy.
Year in Review Feature
In 2014, real assets continued their healthy rise due to eight specific trends at the individual and institutional levels.