Trilateral Closes Fund 1 and Prepares Fund 2
Trilateral Fund has successfully allocated in real estate, precious metal, and intellectual property. Fund 1 is closed for the year end of 2011 and Fund 2 is being prepared for release in January 2012.
By: tTt, Ltd
The first Trilateral fund had a geographical focus initially on Western US MSAs such as Seattle and San Francisco, but Fund 2 will not have the same locational intentions. Based out of Atlanta, Trilateral intends to maintain a focus on East US properties for Fund 2, but will continue to consider acquisitions internationally.
Precious Metal and Real Estate are intended to be the primary focus of Fund 2 allocations. Trilateral's Fund 1 recently withdrew from a long position on gold, but maintains interest in structured metal transactions that have a guaranteed end-buyer. Fund 2 will have additional treasury management functions involving precious metal and/or bonds, but the focus shall be on the acquisition and improvement of real estate.
Trilateral's Fund 1 has been successful in its short-term existence since the beginning of 2010. Allocations have gone into more than 20 ventures since its inception. More than $6,000,000 has gone into daily metal trades to date as part of approximately $1,000,000 per day of gold smelting in 2011. The demand for gold has subsided slightly, but institutional buyers have stated a somewhat limitless demand for gold. Market prices fluctuate, but their demand does not decrease.
As the new year begins, Trilateral prepares Fund 2 for the projected real estate profits of the next cycle. Most US MSAs have seen their trough and most banks have written-down as far as they can go. 2012 starts the beginning of the next growth cycle. Trilateral's successes have positioned its partners for maximum profit potential under Fund 2.
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