LifeGoal Investments, LLC (“LifeGoal”) Buys Real Estate in the Metaverse, Prepares to Open a LifeGoal Metaverse Office

LifeGoal Investments rings the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE Arca Ticker: HOM) closing bell on December 3, 2021. (Photo: Business Wire)

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.--()--LifeGoal is embracing the evolution and decentralization of DeFi, and the company is actively interested in growing their metaverse presence. LifeGoal founder Brett Sohns says, “Our client base is going to enjoy their time in the metaverse and LifeGoal will be there to support them along their financial journey.”

LifeGoal founders and brothers, Taylor and Brett Sohns, are excited at the prospects of growth in the metaverse, crypto industry, and DeFi. Taylor says, “Brett and I are blown away by the innovation and creativity of our peers building out the metaverse. We hope they look back at us, as the Founders of LifeGoal, with the same admiration.”

Like the metaverse, LifeGoal was founded in the pursuit of innovation – financial innovation.

The metaverse is a network of 3D virtual worlds focused on social connection. LifeGoal’s property is in Upland, living on the Ethereum blockchain.

To be clear, the metaverse property purchase was made by LifeGoal Investments LLC for a future office location, not by one of LifeGoal’s ETFs.

About LifeGoal ETFs: LifeGoal focuses on understanding the real ‘LifeGoals’ of investors and building products that attempt to help them accomplish these ‘LifeGoals’ in a conservatively managed fashion. Their Home Down Payment ETF (Ticker: HOM), is part of the growing ETF line-up LifeGoal offers: Wealth Builder (Ticker: WLTH), Conservative Wealth Builder (Ticker: SAVN), Children Investment ETF (Ticker: CHLD), Vacation Investment ETF, (Ticker: SUNY).

As of 12/31/21, all LifeGoal ETFs are actively managed, every ETF is multi-asset, including modest exposure to crypto, (currently bitcoin), as well as stocks, bonds, and commodities.

Patent Pending – LifeGoal Investments has three first ever patent pending investments in HOM, CHLD, and SUNY.

To speak with the LifeGoal Investments ETF Support Team, please call 888-920-7275 or email LifeGoal at

For more information on LifeGoal Investments and their resources, including a complete list of holdings, please visit

Click on the following links for the prospectus: HOM, SAVN, WLTH, CHLD, SUNY

Carefully consider the Fund’s investment objective, risks, charges and expenses before investing. This and other additional information may be found in the statutory and summary prospectus, which may be obtained by calling 1-888-920-7275, or by reading the prospectus. Read the prospectus carefully before investing.

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ETFs are only one option when seeking to achieve goals. Prior to investing in any of the LifeGoal ETFs you should consult with your financial advisor to determine whether the specific funds are appropriate for you and, if so, how your investment plan should be implemented. The LifeGoal ETFs are not intended to be short term savings vehicles for payment of monthly expenses.

Important Risk Information

Investing involves risk, including loss of principal. There is no guarantee the Funds will meet their investment objectives. Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against loss.

The Funds have an indirect exposure to bitcoin (a type of cryptocurrency) through an investment in the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (“GBTC”), a privately offered, open-end investment vehicle that invests in bitcoin. Cryptocurrency generally operates without central authority (such as a bank) and is not backed by any government. Cryptocurrency is not legal tender. Federal, state and/or foreign governments may restrict the use and exchange of cryptocurrency, and regulation in the U.S. is still developing. The market price of bitcoin has been subject to extreme fluctuations. If cryptocurrency markets continue to be subject to sharp fluctuations, investors may experience losses if the value of a Fund’s investments in GBTC declines. Cryptocurrencies are susceptible to theft, loss and destruction. Accordingly, the bitcoin held by GBTC is also susceptible to these risks. Cryptocurrency exchanges and other trading venues on which cryptocurrencies trade are relatively new and, in most cases, largely unregulated and may therefore be more exposed to fraud and failure than established, regulated exchanges for securities, derivatives and other currencies. A Fund’s indirect investment in bitcoin remains subject to volatility experienced by the cryptocurrency exchanges and other cryptocurrency trading venues. Such volatility can adversely affect an investment in the Fund. Cryptocurrency exchanges may stop operating or permanently shut down due to fraud, technical glitches, hackers or malware, which may also affect the price of bitcoin and thus a Fund’s investment in a Bitcoin Fund. As a result of holding an equity instrument with exposure to cryptocurrency, a Fund may trade at a significant premium to NAV.

Fixed income investments are affected by a number of risks, including fluctuation in interest rates, credit risk, and prepayment risk. In general, as prevailing interest rates rise, fixed income prices will fall. Exposure to the commodities market may subject the Funds to greater volatility than investments in traditional securities.


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Brett Sohns