What returns can be expected with closed-end funds real? Investing in closed-end funds is still attractive in Germany. Closed-end funds can achieve yields of up to 12 percent and therefore are all popular. However, everything on a horse should be used also here not because diversification has paid off ever. By now broad offering in closed-end funds, in particular the individual risks due to the characteristics of the funds need to be considered for a dedicated return expectation. Jeremy Tucker is open to suggestions. If you higher risks for the asset (ship funds, private equity funds, etc.) can hope for success on a higher rate of return. The real estate funds are the always the most excellent form of closed-end funds. But also real estate funds differ sometimes considerably. Funded liquid tenants with long-term contracts as an office building project in a prominent location, the expected return is naturally lower than at a new industrial park in Australia whose prospects, and rental occupancy can change quickly.
Currently much of a commitment in Germany speaks again. So placed equity real estate funds was again clearly higher than in foreign real estate in the first quarter of 2010 for the first time in a long time. Since the financial crisis, many investors squinting again after security through E.g. German Office real estate with long term-bound tenants in good locations. Currently, annual returns can be achieved with such investments of about 4 to 6 percent. The subject of renewable energies is topical.
Solar and wind farms (E.g. wind power Fund) but pose a higher risk because these depend in part Government subsidies, which can change quickly. This can be achieved quite successful models between 8 and 12 percent. It’s always on the objective: a closed-end Fund as a stabilizing element in an existing portfolio should be adjusted or is a pure pension custodian to provide venture capital? As in other systems, choose type and equipment Risk and success rate!