Stocks and real estate are the twin pillars many consider when seeking to build wealth through investments. While both vehicles historically perform well, the associated risks, rewards, and degrees of involvement are vastly different. Of course, every investment has its risks, and past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Real estate is also less liquid than stocks and may be harder to sell. 


When thinking about stock investments, a diversified equity portfolio is typically recommended. Holding various types of investments over time and according to risk tolerance may help minimize volatility and creates consistent returns. Over the past decade, returns have been consistently over 11 percent annually. Considering the inflation rate and related factors, that’s a solid return.


Click here to read the full article by CEO & Managing Partner Gideon Pfeffer on Inc.com to learn more about the reasons why real estate can outperform the stock market.

For a comprehensive list of Gideon’s articles published on Inc. Masters, click here.

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