Imagine how much more successful you'd be if you had five chances to kick a penalty…
Five chances to sink a putt…
Five chances to nail that perfect landing…
Well that is exactly what my October Structured Product pick offers you: Five chances to make mega-profit.
And, best of all, you can customise this investment to suit your specific needs by choosing to invest in either Rand or US Dollars. But I'll tell you more about that in a bit…
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Five chances to make mega-profit from Europe’s super brands
One of the most frequent concerns I hear when it comes to structured products is the strict win/lose result. Either you make a lot of money or you just get your money back. And, if the underlying index you’re tracking is down on the day the product matures, you’re out of luck. That’s why I’m so happy to announce October’s pick gives you five chances to make a mega-profit.
Let’s dig into the specifics:
There are two versions of this investment depending on whether you want to invest in Rand or US Dollars. In both investments the product links you to the Euro Stoxx 50 index, an index which gives you access to some of the largest companies on the planet. It includes the likes Adidas, BMW, BNP Paribas, Volkswagen, Unilever, Siemens and more.
And, while that is impressive, what makes October’s pick truly amazing is its “auto call” feature. This means, when the product closes, you get paid out if certain conditions are met. If those conditions aren’t met, you get ANOTHER chance to profit.
The profit you make depends on just two things – how much you invest and what currency you choose to invest in.
Let me explain…
Let’s say you chose the rand-based product:
If, after the first year, the Euro Stoxx 50 index is positive, the product closes and you’ll immediately get a 20% return. That is significantly higher than the long-term average market return and MASSIVELY beats the average market return over the last five years.
If not, you get another chance in year 2 and, if the index rises, your return goes up to 40% (20% x 2).
If the index is still down by year 3, you get another chance to cash in, but this time the return is 60% (20% x 3).
If the index ends in the red at the end of year 3. Well, in year 4, if it ticks positive the return stands at 80% (4 x 80%).
Finally, if the index is negative for all five years, but goes positive at the end of year 5, you get 100% (20% x 5). That means, if the index of Europe’s 50 largest companies is negative for four years in a row but ticks positive at the end of year 5, you will DOUBLE YOUR MONEY!
And remember you’re going to double your money even if the index is only up 1% in year five.
Let me say that again. You will get 100% in year five even if the market has only done 1%.
But that’s not all…
If the index is still down at the end of the final year, you get all your money back unless the index has lost more than 40% in which case you get the index performance.
I’m sorry but that is just an unbelievably good offer!
I’m sure you’re asking yourself how can this be possible?
I am telling you it is.
This product I’ve discovered is backed by one of the world’s largest banks and is being distributed by one of South Africa’s own MAJOR investment banks!
I’m so amazed by this product I’ve actually organised for some of my clients to meet the investment bankers who created this structure. If you’re interested in finding out more please email me at email@example.com
and perhaps I can arrange for you to join us. You will however need to contact me before the 28th of October if you want to come along.
But remember, I mentioned there was a second options in US Dollars as well…
There is a second iteration of this product which is based in US Dollars rather than Rand. And, while I believe the returns on the Rand-based version are incredible, with the fear most South African’s have around investing in anything local, the bank has also created a fully offshore version as well.
Let’s look at what the offshore version gives you.
In the US Dollar version of the product you’re still linking your performance to the Euro Stoxx 50… but your payoff is in US dollars.
If after the first year, the Euro Stoxx 50 index is positive, the product closes and you get a 11.25% return.
In year 2, if it’s positive, your return goes up to 22.5% (11.25% x 2).
In year 3 the return is 33.75% (11.25% x 3).
And in year 4’s it is 45% (11.25 x 4).
Finally, if you’re in positive territory in year 5 you get 56.25% (11.25% x 5).
All these returns are paid in US Dollars. The downside protection guarantee remains the same. As long as the index hasn’t fallen more than 40%, you’ll get all your money back if the Euro Stoxx 50 ends between 0% and 40% down, otherwise you get the same performance as if you bought the index directly.
Let’s again look at that in a table so you can see it more clearly:
Pay off profile in US Dollars
Three more amazing benefits I haven’t even touched on yet
1.No offshore Transfers needed: You can hold both the Rand- and Dollar-based product in your South African stockbroking account. This means you won’t use up any off your offshore allowance and you can invest in it via a trust or company without incurring any additional costs.
2.The product is wrapped in a share: Because the product is wrapped inside a share, it gives you two significant advantages. Firstly, you can sell early if you need to access the funds. (Just be aware you may not be able to claim profits as capital gains in this event.) Secondly, you can hold it in a normal share portfolio, which significantly reduces the required paperwork.
3.Transparency: All fees and costs are built into the product. The returns shown are exactly what you will get if you invest. There are no additional charges or fees that you need to take into account.
As you can see, I’m very excited about the return profile on this structured product.
The bank has asked me not to reveal the name through public media outlets, but if you’re interested in finding out more, feel free to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
and I will reveal all!
Rand Swiss, Wealth Manager