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The Importance of Equity in Your Portfolio

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Here at Archer Investors, we offer amazing alternative investments in the form of Delaware Statutory Trusts (DSTs). DSTs are legal entities where investors own a share in a trust. The trust, in turn, owns property. Thus, investors are called beneficiaries and the properties are known as the beneficiary interests. DSTs are thus considered direct property… read more

Professional Property Management: The Drawbacks

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  Many people love DIY projects. In fact, they live for the weekends, going to the local hardware store and stocking up on all that they will need for their next home improvement project, such as painting their kitchen or installing a new toilet. DIY projects are so popular that entire TV shows are now… read more

Professional Property Management: The Benefits

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Real estate has historically been a great all around investment. After all, there is only so much land on planet earth, and as the number of people on the planet continues to rise, that land goes up in value due to the elementary principle in economics of supply and demand. As demand rises and supplies… read more

Why Alternative Investments Need to Be Integral to Your Portfolio Diversification Plan

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Investing in the 21st century can be daunting. Even 100 years ago, you only had a handful of investment instruments, which included land, stocks, bank accounts, and inventions. Today, we still have those options; however, the investment instrument field has skyrocketed, leading to hundreds of possible places for you to put your money. From derivatives… read more

How to Diversify Your Portfolio with DSTs

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Since investments began even back in ancient times, there was never a guarantee of a return. You could invest in building a house, and a storm could come and blow it down. You could buy a ship, and pirates would come along and take all the goods on your ship and then sink it, leaving… read more