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    “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

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  • #2
    Annual returns of client accounts

    22.99% 39.88% 28.71%
    7.31% -5.86% 18.40%
    9.16% 28.07% 31.49%
    8.81% -4.10% -4.38%
    10.63% 9.27% 21.83%
    1.15% -25.42% -19.60%
    9.40% 16.70% 20.54%
    20 17 17
    0 3 3
    5.42% 4.34% 2.17%
    “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

    "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

    "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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    • #3
      Does anyone have experience with these? Not very liquid, but if you're okay with locking up your funds for 5 years it seems like a great way to avoid the stock market losses.
      “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

      "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

      "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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      • #4
        I haven't looked at the numbers for the similar options (Realty Mogul, Roofstock, etc.) but if you look at the chart on the Fundrise website (see post 2), it looks like the ceiling is not nearly as high as the stock market but the floor is MUCH higher since they don't have a history of losses and a bad quarter pays like a Money Market account.

        If this info is accurate and this is a sustainable model (no reason to think otherwise), this seems like the ideal place to park retirement funds that can be locked up for 5+ years. The ability to protect principal and achieve a steady return is all you can ask for. Compare this to the stock market or crypto and it seems like the easy winner.
        “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

        "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

        "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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        • #5
          FYI. I just heard that any reinvested dividends are treated as a new investment and will have to be kept in the account for 5 years before you can withdraw without penalty. If you are putting in a small amount, I can see how this would be annoying.
          “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

          "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

          "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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          • #6
            If you want to invest all or part of an existing IRA, you can do so. This seems like a great way to diversify especially with Bonds being in the toilet.

            Fundrise.com/ira


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            “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

            "Objective, verifiable facts no longer matter as much as our preconceptions and passions do." - Eric Frazier

            "Half the truth is often a great lie." - Benjamin Franklin

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            • #7
              One month in to my initial investment into Fundrise. They have already paid dividends and principal has appreciated. Considering the past month of stock market performance, this is pretty fucking great.
              “Religion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.” — Anonymous

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