Most people aren’t even familiar with the term “Alternative Investments.” That’s because until a decade ago, operators of apartment buildings and other Real Estate assets, Private Equity funds, or private companies couldn’t legally market these assets to the public to raise money. Ever since the creation of the 506c code a decade ago, however, these operators can now legally market to retail investors so the general public can more easily access and invest in them. Alternative Investments provide investors opportunities to invest outside of publicly traded stocks and bonds and often times with better yields and returns. Dana Cornell, Chief Executive Officer at Cornell Holdings, was a top-producing Wealth Advisor at Morgan Stanley before founding Cornell Capital Holdings. At Cornell Capital Holdings, Dana helps place clients in great cash-flowing, appreciating, tax efficient Alternative Investments vehicles.