in Future Dividends
Only acquire assets that increase the dividend.
Uncorrelated Yield. Passive Income.
The following is taken from royaltyexchange.com
Building a portfolio of uncorrelated, yield-generating royalties with a documented track record of consistent income across multiple assets, price levels, and terms…
The Doobie Brothers' "Black Water" and Other Songs
Term: 10 Years
Royalty Type: Publishing
1983 Comedy Classic Trading Places
Term: Life of Rights
Royalty Type: Film Residuals
Children's Educational Materials
Term: 10 Years
Royalty Type: Trademark
Why Royalties Belong in your Portfolio
Investors are always looking for ways to protect their money while maximizing overall returns. Stock and bond markets can be unpredictable and susceptible to macro events, which is why many turn to alternative investments to diversify. Royalties provide a great option. Owners of intellectual property get paid every time someone uses their work. They create an asset once, and then collect payment over and over again.
Royalty payments, especially music royalties, perform independently of public markets, making them the purest form of alternative investment.
Royalties have a track record of strong earnings, with the potential to deliver double-digit yields that rival bonds and dividend-paying stocks.
Royalties let you earn money while you sleep. They are a “cut off the top,” paid regularly, that put you first in line to receive the cash flows they generate.