A recently published article suggests life settlements investing can be considered low risk if done in a hedge fund. A life settlement is a transaction in which a life insurance policy is sold for less than the death benefit, but significantly more than the cash surrender value.
Life settlements investing is the act of funding the purchase of a life settlement. A hedge fund refers to a group of small, usually private investors that bring their money together and as a group or hedge fund use the money to make a large investment. Life settlements are typically purchased at a high costs and it is more affordable for small private investors to enter into the life settlement investing market in a hedge fund where the expense is shared.
It has been suggested that life settlements investing is on the low side of risk on the investment spectrum. The latest spectrum places life settlements at a lower risk than real estate investing and investment grade bonds.
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