At the time of this writing, there were over 400 SPACs searching for merger targets
The amount of Specially Purpose Acquisition Companies (SPACs) have exploded in popularity over the past year and a half, and so has the number of available SPACs to invest in. With so many options, picking the right SPAC can be extremely difficult for an individual investor.

The Importance of an Experienced Asset Manager
As more and more SPACs come to market, it requires a larger team and more time and resources to analyze each option appropriately to decide if it’s a good investment or not. At Robinson Capital, we focus on analyzing and investing in pre-merger SPACs that have the most attractive risk versus return profile and in our view, have the highest likelihood of finding an exciting company to bring public.

What’s the best way to get access to SPACs?
For those wanting to invest in SPACs, there are several options to choose from.

Purchasing SPACs without professional management and performing time consuming research on your own. 
Be or become an accredited investor, which may come with excessive fees and long lock-up periods.
Invest in an active, diversified and professionally managed SPAC ETF.

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