The Two Things Investors Need More Of Now

Mar 31, 2023

There are two things that all investors need more of right now. In fact, they need a better combination of both in order to survive and thrive now and through the next two years. 

You may already have a significant amount of one or the other. Which can be good, but not great. It can leave you with an unnecessary amount of risk, and limited upside potential. 

So, what should you be looking for more of in your investing? How do you find the right balance?

The Current Outlook For Investors

The short term outlook for investors couldn’t be more diverse and uncertain. Various media and supposed experts give contradicting predictions on a daily basis. After the last several years though, it is something that most investors should be getting pretty comfortable with by now. 

The latest includes Morgan Stanley predicting the S&P 500 could fall another 26% in the next few months. That’s following average retirement balances invested in traditional public stocks coming down by almost as much last year. 

Encouraging new data seems to keep coming out too. It shows some real estate markets still seeing high double digit growth. So, the market could well outperform many expectations. Though we are certain to see a lot more deals coming available over the next 12 months. 

For many investors right now it is about how to survive the short, and thrive for the long term.

So, here’s what you need to do that…


Not just any assets, but hard assets, tangible assets. Those that can’t go to zero. Not like stocks and all of the fads that have no real collateral. 

Real estate is still hands down the best real asset we can own and hold in our investment portfolios. 

It will provide essential downside protection, while giving investors a lot of upside potential over the medium and long term. 


Assets alone aren’t going to cut it. Investors also need liquidity. 

Some of the world’s biggest funds and banks are floundering. That’s because while they may have billions and trillions in ‘assets’, it doesn’t matter the size if you don’t have liquidity. 

Beware of those that say it is only about the cash flow. Yet, if you don’t have liquidity,  you can lose a $20M portfolio in a matter of months. 

So, this means having passive income cash flow that can keep on coming, even if there are lockdowns, or you can’t work. Also have real assets that can appreciate and keep up with real inflation. 


Right now investors need both liquidity and hard assets. A good balance of both will minimize downside risk, including from the many potential wild cards that could be played over the next 24 months. While also providing cash when needed, and long term upside and growth potential. 

In case you missed it, this is why we recently merged two of our funds. To give investors the best of both worlds. 

Investment Opportunities

Find out more about investing in secured debt and real estate, go to NNG Capital Fund.

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