Would you like to diversify your portfolio with Hip Hop, Rock and Country: Investing in Music Royalties. PJ Miklus with Royalty Exchange will educate us on how to invest in music and other royalties.
PJ Miklus is currently head of investor relations at Royalty Exchange, the oldest and largest platform for buying and selling media-based IP royalty assets, raising more than $65 million for rights holders in 650 + transactions in just over three years. PJ previously pioneered new client segments while fund raising for multiple alternative investments across hedge funds, private equity and venture capital on Wall Street for 10+ years. PJ earned an M.B.A. from NYU Stern School of Business in 2013 and a B.A. from University of Maryland in 2004.
We all know that investors today are looking for consistency, stability, yield and new ways to insulate their money from market volatility. Many of them are now turning to music royalties and finding one of the purest forms of uncorrelated income available.
What’s more, recent music industry trends are significantly improving the cash flow earned by many royalty rights holders. Experts agree that we’re in the early innings of a music industry bull market that could dwarf that of the introduction of compact discs (CDs) in the early 1990s.
With premium music royalty assets, investors find:
- Steady income
- Relative stability
- Upside Potential (Especially now)
- Longevity(royalties are paid for the life of the artist + 70 years)
- Tax advantages
PJ will be discussing music royalties as an asset class on at our October meeting. Don't miss it!