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Friday, January 15, 2021

So You Want To Know (More) About FOREX?

FOREX in essence is the foreign exchange market, and it is a global decentralized or over-the-counter market for the trading of currencies. This market determines foreign exchange rates for every currency. It includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices.

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Thursday, January 14, 2021

Comments on this blog

Comments and constructive criticism will always be welcome here - a big thank you to those who have taken the trouble to leave comments!

Some readers have requested contact but haven't left any contact details so unfortunately in these cases I'm unable to respond!

There are also a small number of comments with nothing constructive, only containing links to whatever it is that person is trying to promote - these have been removed!

It is understandable that people don't want to make their email address known to the world because of spammers etc - I'm looking into a way of getting around this but for the time being, this will have to suffice - contact me here

Thank You for your understanding - a lot of the comments make some of this all worthwhile...

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Bloomberg - 'The Hot Alternative Investments to Watch in 2021'

Interesting Bloomberg article 'The Hot Alternative Investments to Watch in 2021'

Whether you fancy a wee dram of whisky, a protein rich insect or simply a good song, there's money to be made. Read the full article below.

For some of the available options how to buy Casks of Whisky see here
Non-Market correlated assets are a key part of clients portfolio. We have fixed income investments, 1-3 year exit's, different asset classes, with varying coupons. All asset-backed with validated collateral, low stock market correlation, managed by experienced asset managers and excellent returns. Recently we expanded our portfolio to include Corporate Loan facilities from $1M plus.to find out more visit  website www.fngassociates.com

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Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Can Earnings and Dividends Bounce Back From the Cuts Felt In 2020?

This is Money article, an insightful read. Full article below. Here are a couple of paragraphs to whet your appetite.
Adrian Lowcock, head of personal investing at Willis Owen, tips: 'The question is to what extent earnings and dividends can bounce back from the cuts felt in 2020 – current forecasts of 30-50 per cent increases in 2021, from 2020 levels, seem overly optimistic"
'Joe Biden has not yet taken office, but already Democratic lawmakers are chomping at the bit to limit the power of other tech companies,' says Streeter, senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown
Non-Market correlated assets are a key part of clients portfolio. Asset-backed investments with validated collateral, low stock market correlation, managed by experienced asset managers, all with excellent returns. Recently we expanded our portfolio to include Corporate Loan facilities from $1M plus. Please contact info@fngassociates.com to find out more or see website www.fngassociates.com
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Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Can the IMF Be Trusted?


The IMF, the International Monetary Fund - are they to be trusted? Bear in mind too that they are a United Nations agency though they would claim to be independent, yet I'm sure all UN agencies follow the same script, ie the one provided by New World (Dis)Order!

A few months ago the IMF admitted that they had failed in warning the world of the implications of the COVID-19 plandemic - a sort of apology I guess, but it was far from a mistake on their part - it was deliberate, I'm sure!

A lot of businessmen especially those in the finance sector set great store on the utterances by the IMF which on the face of it is quite logical isn't it? But, bear in mind that these utterances could be a slick way of the IMF imposing its will, globally!

Back in the 90s when I naively trusted the news and press, I moved to the Netherlands to live and work and once I'd mastered Dutch, it became apparent to me that every now and then the Dutch government could get what they wanted by manipulating the news media! For example, the economy was in dire straits yet  suddenly a report would appear in several newspapers stating for example that the economy would be back on track by the next quarter whilst there was no logical reason to say this! Yet, lo and behold, the economy did get better as those who did have money to spare, spent some, production increased to cater for this and thus more were gainfully employed! A clever trick don't you think?

A colleague sent me this :-

"Which countries are more vulnerable? Additional analysis in the Regional Economic Outlook for Asia-Pacific suggests that the effect is stronger when income inequality is already high to begin with"
Interestingly the IMF World Economic Outlook, published in October this year points to Emerging Markets and Developing Economies bouncing back quicker in 2021".
One of the articles  https://blogs.imf.org/2020/12/11/when-inequality-is-high-pandemics-can-fuel-social-unrest/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery which IMHO is to try and stir things up especially by inciting civil unrest. The other part is I'm sure a manner of luring the wealthy greedy gullible "investor" into shifting their resources from the West to these so-called emerging markets! Maybe you aren't yet aware that the ultimate goal of NW(Dis)O is the destruction of the West at all levels and all of what comes from them is propaganda to influence so that they eventually achieve their goal!

All the Marxists I'm sure will be rubbing their hands with glee at the imminent destruction of the West and what they call "Capitalism" but, Marxism, be it socialism or communist won't be the end result! Neo-feudalism will come, setting mankind back many centuries!

Agree or disagree, certainly food for thought is it not?


Tuesday, December 8, 2020

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Friday, December 4, 2020

Why Whisky is a Better Investment Than Gold for 2020

Why Whisky is a Better Investment Than Gold for 2020

In times of trouble, investors usually turn to something that seems like a safe haven. Life in a global pandemic is difficult enough after all, without gambling away your money on an investment that goes sour because of Covid-19 restrictions or the general economic turmoil they have caused.
Historically, gold has been the safe bet, a physical asset that holds onto its value no matter what is going on around it.
But there is another investment option that has been on the up and up amidst the chaos of this year. Whisky has proven to be a reliable investment during the turbulence of Covid-19, which is no surprise given how well it has performed over the last 10 years.
Presenting a return of 40% over a 12-month period, whisky investments have soared whilst gold investments offer a mere 12%. So is it time to switch from gold to whisky?
The Rise of Whisky as an Investment
To measure how well whisky performs as an investment it’s helpful to have something to compare it to, and the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index demonstrates exactly that. The value of investments into classic cars, for example, rose in value by 194% over the last ten years. Fine art rose by 141% and gold by 175%.
However, whisky investments rose by 564%. When it comes to gold, whisky still comes out on top, according to the Rare Whisky 101 report, which showed that over the past five years the value has risen 182%, compared to a rise of just 28.2% for gold, while both oil (15.9%) and the FTSE 100 (14.9%) also both trail whisky.
The BC20 Whisky Cask Index has shown that if you had invested $100,000 in whisky casks in July 2018, they would have been worth nearly $160,000 by the end of June 2020.
Meanwhile, the 1,000 most sought-after Scotch whisky bottles in the Rare Whisky Apex 1000 Index have increased in value by almost seven times since 2010. That’s quite the return on investment and is exactly what whisky has to offer.
With global Scotch whisky exports growing in value by 4.4% in 2019 to be worth £4.91 billion, there’s plenty of reasons for optimism around whisky investments right now.
Whisky as a Safe Haven in 2020
So how has Covid-19 impacted whisky prices? Unlike gold prices which plummeted in early March 2020, the early signs were certainly very positive. While the world went into lockdown and meltdown in March and April, investors were still buying up whisky.
So what is behind this rise in people buying whisky as an investment?
The 2020 Cask Whisky Buyer Report shows that 40% of investors are looking for alternative investments in 2020 because they want to spread and minimise the risk, which is hardly surprising as 30% say that they fear that they’ll make a loss because of the impact of Covid.
But why is whisky proving to be a safe bet during a global pandemic?
Why Whisky is a Safe Investment
Whisky’s appeal in times like these is that it’s a physical product that will retain its value without being overly impacted by changes in the financial markets. When it comes to the classic whiskies from the most sought-after distilleries, there’s only a finite amount available because it was made decades ago.
Indeed, each cask has its own specific flavours, which only adds to the appeal and value and investing in whisky means needing to have done your research into these brands, their production methods, etc.
However, this is much easier and more straightforward than the kind of insider knowledge you can need for other types of investments, making whisky a more accessible investment. And if something does go wrong and the monetary value does drop significantly, at least you still have the whisky.
So if you’re looking for a safe investment that will grow despite the continuing impacts of Covid-19 over the next months and years, the smart move is whisky, which has been setting new records and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Scotch Single Malt Cask Investment returns 10% + p.a.
You may have seen investing in whisky in the news recently. I wanted to let you know what we are offering here at Whisky investment Partners to see if this could benefit you or your clients as we are looking to build partnerships with professionals such as yourself.
There is clearly a demand for whisky at present which is being driven by the economic uncertainty the virus outbreak has caused and the impact it's having on traditional asset classes from clients seeking non-correlated asset-backed safer alternatives.
An Overview
An opportunity exists for investors to purchase new-make spirit, fresh off the stills in 200L casks to hold for the medium to long term to sell in the future for a profit. I’m sure you’re aware that whisky increases in value with age.
Why Invest?
The simple answer is that every client should hold a diverse range of products including non-correlated alternatives. These will help protect portfolios during turbulent times. This is especially relevant during the current crisis we find ourselves in at present.
Track Record
There is a limited number of distilleries in Scotland. As such, supply simply can't keep up with demand. Scotch whisky exports grow consistently, year on year at an average of 5.8% with new emerging markets opening up all the time. The export value alone in 2019 was worth £4.8 billions pounds (GBP)
Scotch whisky has a proven track record of appreciating in value every year as it ages. This rise in value can increase exponentially after year 7 as only 15% of the 20 million casks currently laid down maturing in Scotland are over this age marker.
Cask owners benefit from full, outright ownership, unlike bonds, funds, or securities. Once purchased the ownership title is passed to the client. While maturing, casks are stored in secure, HMRC approved bonded warehouses, fully insured against fire, theft, and damage. Insurance is adjusted annually to ensure the appropriate level of cover is always in place.
Investment Highlights
  •     Investment Term - 3 - 30+ years
  •     Projected Returns - 10%+
  •     Minimum Investment from - £2,100 (GBP per cask)
  •     Non-correlated sector
  •     100% full ownership
  •     Fully insured against loss, theft, or damage
  •     CGT exempt
  •     Stored in HHRC approved bonded warehouses
  •     Multiple exit options
  •     Open to all investors in every country. No, restrictions
When it comes to the time to sell casks, this could be in 3, 5, 7, or even 30 years’ time, we will sit down with clients and discuss the various options available. We can, through our network of blenders and bottlers broker a sale for a small 2% fee, or we can purchase the cask back from clients directly. Alternatively, clients can make their own arrangements either by contacting a blender themselves, selling at auction, or bottling the product, whichever option they decide best meets their needs, we will advise through the whole process.
Generous marketing fees available for select Agents/Brokers/IFA’s who can promote the option to their client base.
Please contact info@fngassociates.com for further details and due diligence! See also https://fngassociates.com.
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