Chasefield Alternative Investments
Exploring Unique Investments
Chasefield Capital offers opportunities in single investment concepts to examine unique prospects in various assets and strategies. These can range from Regulation D funds to private, limited partnerships, covering a broad range of expected returns and risks.
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What are alternative investments?
Often investors seek opportunities away from traditional diversified portfolios. They look to take idiosyncratic risk with the goal of either filling a void in their portfolio, or outright seeking higher returns. These investors are comfortable with the associated higher potential risk.
Alternative investment concepts arise from changing valuations and markets creating an opportunity, or from an investor seeking capital to fund a business or financing need. Chasefield is agnostic to the industry or type of vehicle and is open minded as to the structure. We only examine the potential for return and the associated risk and whether we understand the need it fills. If we understand the investment and the opportunity, we build a structure and proceed with the due diligence to fund that opportunity.
Chasefield has created various partnerships both in private equity and debt as well as proprietary Regulation D funds to capitalize on perceived dislocations in various markets and industries.
As many of you are aware, the first two quarters of the year have been poor for both equities and bonds alike. A large portion of portfolio positions in the equities space are down 20% or more, bond performance is negative, and real estate is down about 20%. Commodities and cash have been the only two…
That is a question on a lot of peoples’ minds these days. Inflation and oil prices are making headlines. How might this impact your life? Are inflation and high oil prices sustainable? What might it mean for your investments?