Many people wonder if the stock market is their only vehicle for investment. Investment advisors are asked this very question but many are only able to offer conventional investment instruments such as mutual funds, index funds, options, etc. However, there are many other ways for people to invest beyond the stock market. Douglas Muir will share his experiences with these investment vehicles and how he was able to increase his profile while minimizing his risk. The Family Business Fund (FBF) is a SEC Reg. D 506 C Private Placement Fund. It is considered a High Yield Fixed Income Alternative Investment Vehicle for Family Offices and Accredited Investors. The underlying assets are Merchant Cash Advance debt, dedicated to ensuring that Main Street Small Businesses have access to the capital they need to grow and strengthen the economy. Created by small business owners for small business owners, FBF mission is twofold, create a high yield investment vehicle while giving access to affordable cash flow to small businesses using innovative financing solutions. The information contained in this video podcast is for information purposes, and should not be regarded as an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security in any jurisdiction where such an offer or solicitation would be in violation of any local laws. Douglas Muir is not a financial advisor. It does not constitute a recommendation or take into account the particular investment objectives, financial conditions, or needs of specific investors. The price and value of the investments referred to in this email communication and the income from such investments may fluctuate, and investors may realize losses on these investments, including a loss of principal. Past performance is not indicative or a guarantee of future performance. We do not provide tax, accounting, or legal advice to our clients, and all investors are advised to consult with their tax, accounting, or legal advisers regarding any potential investment. The information and any opinions contained in this email communication have been obtained from sources that we consider reliable, but we do not represent such information and opinions are accurate or complete, and thus should not be relied upon as such.
Investor Jerry Hull's Zoom Interview
Listen as Douglas talks with Family Business Fund Investor Jerry Hull about getting out of the stock market and some of his newest alternative investments.
Interview with FBF Investor, Bill Daly in Sedona, AZ
During the 2nd annual Investor Retreat in beautiful Sedona, Douglas talks to Bill Daly about his long history as an investor, the alternative investments he is currently in, what intrigued him when he heard about the Family Business Fund, and why he is happy he invested.
Interview with Peggy Van De Plassche, Business Advisor, Investor, Financial Services & Tech Expert
Listen as Peggy and Douglas talk about their own personal investment portfolios, why Financial Advisors sometimes avoid alternative investments, and the differences between investing in Canada and America.
Valeria Bisenti, Managing Director of IT, PART 2: Tech in Finance, Underwriting Apps and AI
Part 2 of 2: Douglas Muir, CEO of The Family Business Fund, talks to IT Director Valeria Bisenti about how technology has changed in the finance world, how our underwriting process has changed and improved over the past year.
New York Stock Exchange Expert, Gordon Charlop Ph.D. on Why He Chose Family Business Fund
Listen to find out what an NYSE Governor has to say about Alternative Investments, the stock market, and why he chose to personally invest in The Family Business Fund.
Interview With Managing Director of Information Technology, Valeria Bisenti - Part 1
Conspiracy Theories & Tech Advice For Start-Ups With Valeria Bisenti
Douglas talks to Family Business Fund co-founder and Managing Director of Technology, Valeria Bisenti about how technology has helped the company keep up with its rapid growth, how technology has changed the financial world, and they have a laugh about Valeria's tech conspiracy theories.