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Expertise on investing in entertainment backed assets

Thursday, May 10, 2007
The benefits of investing in an entertainment fund are high yields with low volatility and low correlation to other asset classes.

A SQUARE :: 10May07 Expertise on investing in entertainment backed assets
Category Entertainment Investing
Faculty C.Mead Welles
Expertise Financial Engineering &Re-engineering
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
The entertainment sector is perceived to have higher risk because of the many “unknowns” on how profits are generated. The industry has always looked at profit from a pre and post tax standpoint which by its nature makes the financing risks more unclear for an outsider. Furthermore, some of the perceived risk stems from the fact that cash flows in the entertainment sector are not as linear as they are in other industries.
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