OTC Markets

  1. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.02% During Q3 2020
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  2. Sortis is a Profitable, Low-Float Alternative Investment Company You Can’t Miss
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  3. Sortis Continues Trend of Profitability in 2020
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  4. Sortis Holdings, Inc.’s Diversified Alternative Investment Approach Entices as Global Markets Face Historic Volatility
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  5. Sortis Income Fund delivers ninth consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  6. Sortis Income Fund delivers 10th consecutive quarter of returns that exceed targets.
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  7. Sortis Income Fund Closes Year With 12th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns
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  8. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net (Annualized) Return of 7.1% During Q1 2020
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  9. Sortis Income Fund Delivers 11th Consecutive Quarter of Solid Returns Expands to TD Ameritrade platforms
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  10. Sortis Income Fund Produces Net Annualized Return of 10.2% During Q2 2020
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  11. Sortis Accelerates Investment Activity Amid Crisis
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Weekend Reads

  1. U.S. Commercial Real Estate Showing First Signs of a Thaw
    Bloomberg
  2. Whoever Wins the Presidential Election, It Won’t Upend Commercial Real Estate Returns
    Commercial Observer
  3. Some Real Estate Investors Are Putting More Money in One Basket
    The New York Times
  4. Adaptive Reuse is the Future of Commercial Real Estate
    Commercial Observer
  5. New innovations could help CRE owners create virus-free buildings
    Connected: Real Estate Magazine
  6. To guard against Covid-19, companies look to reshape workplace with tracking apps, touchless doors and plant-festooned dividers
    The Wall Street Journal
  7. Construction after COVID-19: The new normal for real estate development
    Property Wire
  8. Life Sciences Real Estate Demand Thrives: CBRE
    Commercial Property Executive
  9. Biomanufacturing is an Emerging Growth Spot Within Life Sciences
    Globe St.
  10. Landlords are thankful for activities that bring in additional revenue or foot traffic
    The Wall Street Journal
  11. Rise of alternative assets part of 'another revolution'
    Wealth Professional
  12. Alternative Investment: Necessity Is The Mother Of Transformation
    Forbes
  13. Portland area biotech raises $65M from investors for expansion
    Portland Business Journal
  14. The impact of AI on business and society
    Financial Times
  15. Companies turning to technology provide boost to global trade but labour market will feel implications
    Financial Times
  16. Entrepreneurship Is the Vaccine for Urban Economies
    Bloomberg
  17. COVID-19 accelerating purpose and responsibility trend in private equity
    S&P Global
  18. The ESG Investor’s Challenges
    The Wall Street Journal
  19. Grim picture for US malls as crisis in movies business takes toll
    Financial Times
  20. How a Big Law Firm Is Tackling Real Estate Realities in a Pandemic
    Bloomberg Law
  21. Four Ways the Coronavirus Pandemic Might Change Entertainment
    The Wall Street Journal
  22. Debt collectors bulk up to deal with US property loan defaults
    Financial Times
  23. To Survive, Restaurants Are Taking Takeout to the Next Level
    The Wall Street Journal
  24. Household Access to Banks Improved But Could Be Driven Lower by Covid-19, FDIC Says
    The Wall Street Journal
  25. How America Banks: Household Use of Banking and Financial Services
    FDIC
  26. Senate Bill Would Outlaw Bank Discrimination for the First Time
    The New York Times
  27. WeWork Didn’t Blow Up Without Help SoftBank’s reckless $10 billion bet on what became the city’s biggest landlord won’t be the last of its kind.
    Curbed
  28. The Idea of ‘Blitzscaling’ May Be Losing Popularity in Silicon Valley
    Fortune
  29. A retirement dashboard for the United States
    Brookings
  30. Portland Ranks #9 Best Place to Live in the U.S. in 2020-2021
    U.S. News
  31. Agility Robotics Raises $20 Million to Build and Deploy Humanoid Robots for Work in Human Spaces
    Business Wire
  32. A community investment trust for Portland, Ore. residents to ‘buy back the block’
    Brookings
  33. Pandemic Hastens Shift to Asset-Light Economy
    The Wall Street Journal
  34. When Your Last $166 Vanishes: ‘Fast Fraud’ Surges on Payment Apps
    The New York Times
  35. BUSINESS McDonald’s, Chipotle and Domino’s Are Booming During Coronavirus While Your Neighborhood Restaurant Struggles
    The Wall Street Journal
  36. On the Hunt for Office Space, Companies Stay Low to the Ground
    The New York Times
  37. Landlords, lobbyists launch legal war against Trump’s eviction moratorium, aiming to unwind renter protections
    The Washington Post
  38. Death of the HQ? Pandemic hits commercial real estate, but long-term trends still open to debate
    GeekWire
  39. Manhattan Emptied Out During the Pandemic. But Big Tech Is Moving In.
    The New York Times
  40. New York Lost $755 Million in Tax Revenue from Real Estate Deals
    Bloomberg
  41. Las Vegas Strip Empty Without Conventions
    The Wall Street Journal
  42. Experiential Museums Find New Ways to Sell Fun Even With Covid Restrictions
    The Wall Street Journal
  43. From peak city to ghost town: the urban centres hit hardest by Covid-19
    Financial Times
  44. Amazon braces for winter demand surge with relentless expansion
    Financial Times
  45. Fear of Crowds May End Up Haunting U.S. Transit Agencies
    Bloomberg
  46. The Eugene Water & Electric Board, NW Natural and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation on Thursday announced an agreement "to explore the development of what would be one of the largest renewable hydrogen production facilities in North America."
    Portland Business Journal
  47. Solar Pushes Aside Coal as the Cheapest Fuel for Power, IEA Says
    Bloomberg
  48. Three Rockefellers Say Banks Must Stop Financing Fossil Fuels
    The New York Times
  49. More plans for affordable housing in Washington County gain approval
    Washington County
  50. Prefab micro-units as a strategy for affordable housing
    Taylor & Francis Online
  51. What Everyone Gets Wrong About Affordable Housing
    New America
  52. After two lost decades, U.S.'s weakest local economies may face worse from pandemic
    REUTERS
  53. The Tenants Who Evicted Their Landlord
    The New York Times
  54. Store Workers to Get New Training: How to Handle Fights Over Masks
    The New York Times
  55. The $120 Billion Idea Behind This Year’s Nobel Prize in Economics
    Bloomberg
  56. Which small businesses are most vulnerable to COVID-19—and when
    McKinsey & Company
  57. Covid Is Crushing Small Businesses. That’s Bad News for American Innovation.
    The Wall Street Journal
  58. The Hot New Real-Estate Investment Is in Keeping Food Chilled
    The Wall Street Journal
  59. Commercial-Property Foreclosures Are Poised to Rise as Covid-19 Lingers
    The Wall Street Journal
  60. Brookfield says ‘time is now’ to sell some of its malls
    Financial Times
  61. New York Real Estate Is On the Mend
    The New York Times
  62. ‘If No Tourists Come, I Have No Business’: New York’s Tourism Crisis
    The New York Times
  63. It’s The Perfect Time to Experiment in the Real Estate Industry
    D Magazine
  64. Robinhood Users Weren’t as Reckless as Portrayed During Rally
    Bloomberg
  65. Neiman Marcus: how a creditor’s crusade against private equity power went wrong
    Financial Times
  66. Adidas readies move back to expanded Portland campus
    Portland Business Journal
  67. What You Need to Know About Social-Impact Investing
    The Wall Street Journal
  68. Telehealth, digital health, medical tech attract funding during the pandemic
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  69. JPMorgan Pledges to Push Clients to Align With Paris Climate Agreement
    The Wall Street Journal
  70. JPMorgan Unveils $30 Billion Push to Bridge Racial Wealth Gap
    The Wall Street Journal
  71. The Fortune 100 companies committing to fight the racial wealth gap
    AXIOS
  72. How Coronavirus Changed the Retail Landscape
    The Wall Street Journal
  73. Amazon Accused of Using Monopoly Power as E-Commerce ‘Gatekeeper’
    The Wall Street Journal
  74. Until the virus is under control, the economy cannot begin to truly recover, experts say
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  75. Fueled by Zillow technology, Seattle nonprofit connects people in need to housing
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  76. Housing costs for the homeless rose to $531,000 a unit, L.A. controller’s report says
    Los Angeles Times
  77. Housing Is How We End Homelessness, Not Police Sweeps
    Bloomberg
  78. Inside the $1 Billion Bid to Rescue Affordable Housing
    Bloomberg
  79. After Lockdown, New Thoughts on Affordable Housing
    Bloomberg
  80. Coronavirus Has Thrown Around 100 Million People Into Extreme Poverty, World Bank Estimates
    The Wall Street Journal
  81. Mukesh Ambani: the relentless rise of Asia’s richest man
    Financial Times
  82. America Is Having a Moral Convulsion
    The Atlantic
  83. Trees Are Time Machines
    The Atlantic
  84. A MILLIONAIRE HACKER’S LESSONS FOR CORPORATE AMERICA
    The Wall Street Journal
  85. THE CYBERSECURITY FRONTIER
    The Wall Street Journal
  86. CAN BUSINESSES KEEP UP WITH NEW CYBER THREATS?
    The Wall Street Journal
  87. Will Sustainability be the New Normal in the Real Estate Sector?
    Nasdaq
  88. Destruction of value in US real estate revealed
    Financial Times
  89. US banks signal mounting concern over real estate lending
    Financial Times
  90. Why Investors Still Have Reason to Be Optimistic in CRE
    Globe St.
  91. Covid-linked debt rush ignites direct lending market
    Financial Times
  92. Roadside Hotels Are Resting Relatively Easy During the Pandemic
    The Wall Street Journal
  93. Rise of the ghost kitchens: How virtual restaurants are reshaping L.A.'s dining economy
    Los Angeles Times
  94. Former Zillow leaders launch new startup to simplify secondary homeownership
    Puget Sound Business Journal
  95. What's Driving the Hillsboro Data Center Influx
    Oregon Business
  96. Black, Female and Head of a Public Real-Estate Company. Meet the Only Person to Fit That Description.
    The Wall Street Journal
  97. A seismic shift is underway in how money is managed, driven by demand for environmental, social and governance investing.
    Portland Business Journal
  98. The case for a national climate bank
    Fast Company
  99. Healthcare, alternative energy drove best stock funds in third quarter
    Investing
  100. What is force majeure? The legal term everyone should know during Covid-19 crisis
    Economic Times