When passive investors are deciding where to place their hard-earned capital, there are certain red flags that they should watch out for. In this episode, Aaron reviews 7 simple red flags that passive investors should be aware of to make sure they are not investing in a bad operator. Peoples Capital Group works with dozens of passive investors and knows what they are seeking. Aaron also invests passively and he shares the red flags he personally watches for. These warning signs will be a guide as to how you can rate an operator and how to protect yourself against making a bad investment.
01:07 7 red flags for passive investors
02:09 Take a look at the track record
03:23 Make sure there’s transparency in your operator
05:28 New strategy or market for the operator
08:59 If the operator assumes the best
11:49 No references
13:38 Low credit score
14:40 The operator does everything themselves
18:44 Learn more at peoplescapitalgroup.com
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