EnergyFunders has launched a new fund, Yield Fund II. EnergyFunders previously listed Yield Fund I which reportedly raised the most of any offerings on the platform to date.
EnergyFunders is an energy-related investment platform that has also entered into the crypto mining sector – which is ostensible energy-related due to the requirements of low-cost energy.
According to the offering page, Yield Fund II will largely mirror the previous iteration of Yield Fund I as it will focus on oil and gas assets but it will not pursue Bitcoin mining.
EnergyFunders claims that Yield Fund II may provide investors with a hedge against inflation and stock market volatility. These investments may also reduce investors’ tax liabilities.
Laura Pommer, EnergyFunders CEO, says the current market provides a “significant number” of good investment opportunities due to the record high prices of oil and gas:
“…our new Yield Fund II is designed to help investors capitalize on these two factors. We anticipate that oil and gas prices will stay around these levels for quite some time, and small, efficient companies like those EnergyFunders partners with are able to move quickly to add and optimize production.”
Pommer believes their investors are “thrilled” to have access to this asset class, and they are pleased with the performance of their portfolio of current investments.
EnergyFunders reports that Yield Fund I delivered “impressive results” but does not provide performance metrics. The offerings provided by the online investment platform are available to accredited investors only.
It was reported in 2021, that EnergyFunders had worked with tZERO to digitize approximately $25 million of equity interest in EnergyFunders’ Yield Fund I. EnergyFunders has also raised money on securities crowdfunding platform SeedInvest.
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