Public.com introduces music royalties on its different asset platform

Investing platform Public at the moment introduced the launch of music royalties on its different asset platform.

Beginning with a catalog of 768 composition tracks from the “Shrek” movie franchise composed by Harry Gregson-Williams, buyers might be able to additional diversify their portfolios with a cash-flow-producing asset that may pay quarterly dividends. Whereas royalties, like all investments, carry a point of danger, these belongings have a low correlation with shares, bonds, and different conventional investments, which suggests they can assist cut back portfolio volatility and improve risk-adjusted returns.

Launching with the franchise, a music library spanning a whole bunch of songs throughout a number of media properties, means earnings for retail buyers aren’t reliant on a single tune. After 20 years, the movie has broad cross-generational attraction and nonetheless performs a task in standard tradition, probably making it a timeless asset class.

The asset generates royalties when Shrek movies (Shrek, Shrek 2, Shrek the Third, and Shrek Eternally After, and the TV particular Shrek The Halls) air on tv, are streamed, or are utilized in different broadcast programming, or anytime the music performs on a Shrek theme park journey. Traders will obtain royalties as quarterly dividend funds.

The preliminary providing for shares within the entity holding the Shrek royalty curiosity is $889,700, with 88,970 shares out there at $10 per share. Retail buyers can make investments on the October 5, 2023 mini IPO date, at 10 am ET. After investing, shareholders can earn dividends from the royalties generated by the consumption of the content material. Whereas dividend funds aren’t assured, will fluctuate primarily based on content material consumption, and is probably not paid in any respect, the asset generated an 8.5% dividend yield from 2022 royalties and an 8.33% dividend yield from 2021 royalties.

“Traders are more and more seeking to diversify throughout asset lessons, from shares to collectibles to royalties,” stated Keith Marshall, GM of Options at Public. “By launching royalties, we’re excited to provide buyers one other asset class to construct a multi-asset portfolio that may generate passive revenue.”