What am I investing in?
You are subscribing to a general partnership that shares in the profits from the production of oil and gas assets. The assets included in our funds are located in Texas and Colorado with a soon-to-be-acquired asset in Wyoming and our team acquires and manages the operations, ongoing production, and sale of these assets on your behalf.
Who can invest?
Per SEC regulations, only accredited investors may participate in a partnership associated with one of our funds. An accredited investor is someone who has a net worth of over $1 million (not including their primary residence) or has made $200,000 the last two years and expects to make the same this year; or $300,000 if filing jointly.
Do I have to prove that I am an accredited investor?
Yes- you can establish your accreditation by consulting with your accountant or tax professional who can provide you with verification of your status.
How do I earn returns from this investment?
As a general partner, the returns you receive in the form of Monthly Passive Income (MPI) consist of 80% of distributable revenue generated from the production of all working assets associated with the fund you invest in. At the end of the Fund life, we may liquidate the remaining investments and distribute proceeds back to investors, net of expenses and fees.
When can I expect a return?
Newly subscribed partners can expect to receive returns in the form of Monthly Passive Income (MPI) in the month following the completion of their subscription agreement and the wiring of their funds. On the backend, King and its partners require two calendar months to process and distribute funds from production accordingly, meaning that the MPI you receive as an investor in the calendar month of December comes from the profit generated by fund assets in the calendar month of October, and so on.
How long will my money be in this investment fund?
Our Funds have a target life of three to five years. As the fund begins nearing the end of its life, we will begin liquidating the remaining investments and distributing proceeds back to investors, net of expenses and fees.
What is the difference between being a Limited Partner and a General Partner?
King offers the unique opportunity of investing either as a General or Limited Partner. As a General Partner, you can earn deductions against your active income, including regular wages. If you invest as a limited partner, you can only deduct your investment against passive income (i.e. stock dividends or bond interest payments).
Can I invest through a family office, trust, IRA, or financial advisor account?
Yes, you can invest via whatever entity type best suits your needs. We also welcome investments via IRAs.
Can international investors invest?
Yes, we accept international investors.
How do I join?
You can get started with your investment today! Reach out to us via our contact page, and a Senior Vice President will contact you directly to discuss how a King Fund fits your portfolio.