Investors concerned about potential losses from high-flying stock prices and bond bubbles should consider buying shares in nonpublicly traded real estate investment trusts, wealth manager and tech investor Sanjeev Sardana writes. "The expectation is that the REIT will go public in two [to] five years and provide some potential upside while potentially maintaining an income stream from rents," he writes. "We select managers which have both diversified exposure to real estate and high occupancy rates in this challenging economic environment."

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