Magenta makes investing in alternative investments as simple as possible.
Are you looking for the best way to invest $10,000?
Magenta Fund is a short term investment with the highest return on investment.
Magenta Fund is intended for everybody, the key diifference between Magenta and Amaranth Funds is that this fund is not reserved for a wealthier investor. Magenta Fund has a minimum investment of $10k but offers an APY of 6%.
Your investment is still distributed across each of our holdings, in multiple asset classes. Just as with our Amaranth Fund, there are no fancy or confusing asset classes to choose from and you do not need to build your portfolio by picking different companies.
Distributions are made to investors annually, at the end of the 12 month fund. Cash distributions are automatically returned with your original investment. There is no roll over; however, you may choose to reinvest in one of our funds again.
Transparent fee structure
At Magenta we do not believe in hidden fees. That is why we do NOT charge load, redemption, accounting, management, statement or any other hidden fees. fees. There are zero fees...period.
Open to all investors
Magenata is open to non-accredited investors. Magenta is not a hedge fund and is open to legal residents of the U.S. age 18 and older. That means anybody can invest.
■■ 20% Real Estate
■■ 20% Seafood Industry
■■ 15% Produce Industry
■■ 15% Apple Orchard
■■ 15% Haunted House
■■ 15% Winter Lights Festival
Magenta Fund is a novel investment product, therefore many of our investors may wonder about the Fund’s investment strategy. Here, we take a look at the Fund’s management, lifecycle, and the types of alternatives that will be included. Answers to fequently asked questions can be found here.
What is the objective of the Magenta Fund?
The primary objective of the Magenta Fund is the generation of passive income for our investors, through investing in our businesses in different asset classes.
How will the Fund be managed?
Magenta Investing, LLC, as the manager of the Fund, will bring an experienced management strategy, as outlined below:
1. Magenta will continue to operate all of it's businesses, and then invest in them on behalf of the Fund. Magenta has over 20 professional years of experience.
2. The Fund, under Magenta Investing, LLC, will invest across different asset classes, such as seafood, commercial real estate, produce and other alternative asset classes in which Magenta owns.
3. Magenta will work to ensure that the fund complies with regulatory requirements.
What is the lifecycle of the Fund?
The Magenta Fund has a life cycle of 12 months. After the cycle ends your investment will be returened along with the intrest. It's that simple! With Magenta there are no fancy ramp or investment phases.
Why is the Magenta Fund strategy attractive to investors?
There are several reasons why the Magenta Fund’s strategy might work well for investors:
Private markets typically provide higher yields when compared to traditional fixed income markets.
The Magenta Fund provides individual investors with access to types of investments that were previously only available to institutional investors.
With this Fund, investors gain access to alternative asset classes while avoiding single deal exposure. This makes for a safe investment.
Investing in the Fund can help provide diversification to your portfolio in order to create a steady stream of current income.
If you have additional questions regarding the Magenta Fund, please reach out to us at
Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives and risks of the Magenta Fund before investing.
All investments are loans made to Magenta Investing, LLC and held on our books as such.
Investments in the Fund are not bank deposits (and thus not insured by the FDIC or by any other federal governmental agency) and are not guaranteed by Magenta or any other party.
The Magenta Fund is for purposes of the SEC, exempt from Regulation D Rule 506(b) and 506(c), as Magenta Investing, LLC does not sell "securities" or "restricted securities".
Magenta Investing, LLC is not an investment advisor as described in Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended (“40 Act”), and is therefore not a 40 Act regulated company.
Magenta Investing, LLC is in compliance with current SEC advertising and cash solicitation rules, Rule 206(4)-1 and Rule 206(4)-3.
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