11 episodes

A show for successful private equity investors.

Hunting Alpha Trinity Investors

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 23 Ratings

A show for successful private equity investors.

    Is The Stock Market Safe?

    Is The Stock Market Safe?

    We think of the markets as safe right?
    We buy stocks in reputable companies and it feels responsible,
     but is that true? 
    Is buying stock in a publicly-traded company actually safer than buying in the private markets?
    Today we're chatting with Suraj Jagannathan, a strategic partner at Trinity, and Liz Goldreich, the Marketing Director at Trinity.
    Suraj is interesting because he grew up in the public markets, and now, not only does he own and operated his own retail business, but he also advises investors and celebrity investors on how to grow their wealth through private equity. 
    This, is Hunting Alpha, a podcast for investors that demand a higher than market rate return.
     
     

    • 28 min
    Are you an investor or an entrepreneur?

    Are you an investor or an entrepreneur?

    Maybe you’re both?

    The thing I love about watching Shark Tank, is learning about all of the great business ideas I wish I would have thought of, or invested in. 
    Today we share one of the businesses Trinity invested in and why. 
    There were characteristics that some might consider red flags, but not to Trinity, and that’s the reason I'm excited to share this story.
    Trinity hunts for businesses that WE want to invest in. Once we decide we ARE going to invet, we share the opportunity with Trinity Clients to invest too.
     
    Each investor is like a shark, and they decide deal by deal if they want to invest too. 
     
    In today's episode, you’ll meet Simon Hartzell, VP commercial portfolio manager at Trinity, and Ted Rea. 
    Ted is one of 5-co-founders of All Trades Industrial Properties, 
     
    It's a brilliant solution to a common problem I didn’t even know existed.
     
    This, is Hunting Alpha, a podcast for investors that demand higher than market returns.
    It explains why we believe Private Equity is the best investment, and it shows you how to invest in growing companies without using the stock market.
     
    Hunting Alpha, is Produced by Trinity Investors.

    • 34 min
    What’s the most you would ever spend on a car?

    What’s the most you would ever spend on a car?

    What’s the most you would ever spend on a car?
    Someone recently spent $48.4 million dollars for a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO at Monterey Car Week in Pebble Beach, making it the most expensive car ever sold at auction. 
    Ray Larson is a successful investor at Trinity, and one of his hobbies is collecting and investing in cars.
    It’s one of the pleasures he can now afford after selling his successful business and receiving a sizable exit. 
    Rays is a smart guy, and he pivoted his business at the right time and into the right lane.
    Today, we share Ray’s story with you to see how it might help you navigate your future and grow your wealth. 

    • 28 min
    Ever Been Underestimated Because Of Who You Are?

    Ever Been Underestimated Because Of Who You Are?

    Bob Baumann went from truck driver to top salesman for famed motivational speaker Zig Ziglar. What did Zig see in Bob that he didn’t see in himself?
    Today we tell you the remarkable story of Trinity investor Bob Baumann, 
    And the six things he learned that might change your life.
     

    • 30 min
    Why Did Trinity Change Its Name?

    Why Did Trinity Change Its Name?

    Some have asked why we changed our name from Trinity Private Equity to Trinity Investors. This is the third time we have changed our name, so it seems fitting for trinity, doesn’t it? In today's episode, we hear from Liz Goldreich, the Director of Marketing, Jay Fuquay, Senior Vice President, and co-founders Dan Meader and Sanjay Chandra. 

    • 15 min
    The Great Resignation and The Growth of Single Family Rentals (SFR)

    The Great Resignation and The Growth of Single Family Rentals (SFR)

    Have you heard about Single-Family Rentals or SFRs? 
    They are one of the hottest trends in real estate fueled by covid and the rapid adoption of remote working and distributed teams.
     
    COVID and work from home have changed the real estate market. The house is no longer just a place to live but also a place to work. People are spending more time in their homes, so there is a desire for something better. 
    With multi-family and other income-producing real estate, you can raise rents to react to inflation and higher interest rates.

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

SDT and EPT ,

Hunting Alpha: Single Family Rentals

Thank you Trinity, especially Sanjay, for a very clear description of this emerging segment of the real estate market. I am very happy with my investments with TPEG.

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