You may have heard of “Private Equity,” but how many people actually know what it is? Terms like these are tossed around quite a bit in the financial industry, and that may or may not be a good thing.
A great CAPitalizer will always look to understand a particular investment before they throw their hard-earned money into it. Today’s episode focuses on not only the black-and-white definition of private equity, but also the different types you might encounter AND what you need to know before you dive into this type of investment strategy.
Tune in to CAPitalize Your Finances to learn about the ins and outs of Private Equity, as well as who should — or should not — consider this investment!
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