Liquidity for Illiquid Direct Investments – A look at FINRA Registered Secondary Market Firms

Educational series covering secondary markets for direct investments such as non-traded REITs and limited partnerships.

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Quincy, MA (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

The DI Wire, http://www.thediwire.com, a news publication for the Direct Investment Industry, today announced a feature series dedicated to FINRA registered Secondary Market firms titled "Liquidity for Illiquid Direct Investments – A look at FINRA Registered Secondary Market Firms."

Direct Investments such as non-traded REITs, BDCs, oil & gas or equipment leasing partnerships are illiquid investments as there is no ready, public, secondary exchange available to sell ownership in these assets. Although investors are made aware of this prior to investing by their financial advisors, sometimes there may be a need to liquidate these holdings.

The DI Wire, with the assistance of these Secondary Market firms, hopes to educate its audience on this less known liquidity option. Over a span of a week and a half, members of The DI Wire will learn about the different types of companies in this market, specifics about each company, and additional insights, ideas, and commentary from industry peers.

To learn more, visit The DI Wire here: http://www.thediwire.com/articles/category/DI-University/Secondary-Markets.

About The DI Wire

The purpose of The DI Wire, a service of Quincy Media, Inc., is to provide the Direct Investment Industry with a dedicated news publication that will allow all levels of professionals to become more informed, better educated, and well suited to drive the industry’s continued growth.

To contact The DI Wire please visit us online at http://www.thediwire.com/contact or call our office at 617.221.4003 or email us at info(at)thediwire(dot)com.

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The DI Wire, http://www.thediwire.com (the site), is a news and information site for the Direct Investment Industry. The DI Wire does not provide financial or investment advice, guidance, suggestions or attempt to sell an investment of any kind. The site is for informational and entertainment purposes only.


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