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As long as you're willing to take some risks, investing in stocks is the best way to build wealth over the long run. Our clients have made huge profits over the last decade. If you have what it takes, we'll be with you every step of the way.

Why invest in stocks?
Many people love the fact that property is a tangible asset; something they can see and touch, as opposed to stocks and shares, which many regard as more complex and riskier. 
However, the amount of work and expenses associated with maintaining a rental property are always vastly underestimated.
With the right financial advice, investing over the long term in the stock market can provide you much higher returns with far less hassle.


Why invest in stocks with our help?
We help our clients to invest in specific stocks that they cannot have access to from their countries. Entering international markets can potentially greatly benefit your portfolio. By entering any stock market that is still developing, you will have a chance to stake in its growth and possibly profit in the future. We have a proven performance and track record. We have skilfully navigated economic cycles and market downturns to deliver high returns for our clients.


What are the risks?
Unfortunately, to build wealth over time, investors need to accept a significant amount of risk. That is why it is important to always consider what the worst-case scenario could be with every investment decision you make. You can find below a selected list of the risks involved when investing. Investing in foreign markets involves a greater degree and variety of risk. International securities tend to be more volatile and less liquid than American or European securities for example, and may lose value because of adverse political, social, or economic context overseas, or due to changes in the exchange rates. The risks of international investing are heightened for securities of issuers in emerging market countries. The reason being that emerging market countries tend to have economic structures that are less diverse and mature and political systems that are less stable than those of developed countries. In addition to all of the risks of investing in international developed markets, emerging markets are more susceptible to governmental interference, local taxes being imposed on international investments, restrictions on gaining access to sales proceeds, and less liquid and efficient trading markets. Stocks generally fluctuate in value more than bonds and may decline significantly over short time periods. There is a chance that stock prices overall will decline because stock markets tend to move in cycles, with periods of rising prices and falling prices. The value of a stock belonging to your portfolio may decline due to general weakness in the stock market or because of factors that affect a company or a particular industry.
Other risks should not be ignored such as currency fluctuations and liquidity risks.

What about our strategy?

We use several a mix of strategies in order to identify and invest in undervalued stocks in emerging markets:

Fundamental analysis: One of our approach is to use fundamental analysis to identify companies that are trading at a price that is lower than their intrinsic value. This involves analyzing a company's financial statements, management, and industry to determine its true worth.
Value investing: Value investing involves looking for companies that are undervalued based on their financial metrics, such as price-to-earnings ratio or price-to-book ratio. These companies may be overlooked by the market and offer a good value for the price.
Contrarian investing: Another approach is to go against the crowd and invest in companies that are out of favor with the market. These companies may be temporarily undervalued due to negative sentiment, but if the sentiment changes, the value of the stock may increase.
Diversification: It is important to diversify a portfolio when investing in emerging markets to reduce risk. This can be achieved by investing in a variety of industries and countries and not putting all of one's eggs in one basket.
Risk management: It is also crucial to manage risk when investing in emerging markets, as these markets may be more volatile and less transparent compared to developed markets. This can be achieved through techniques such as stop-loss orders and diversification.
It is important to note that investing in undervalued stocks is not suitable for all investors but it can be a way to potentially generate high returns by purchasing shares at a lower price than their true intrinsic value.


What about the tax implications?
Tax law is complex, unique to each country and subject to regular change. That is why we work with tax advisors that will be able to help you on this matter.


How much does it cost?
If in any given year your portfolio record less than 5% gain, you will not be charged any fee for the year.

If your portfolio recorded a return higher than 5% over the last 12 months, you will be charged 1.5% of the value of your portfolio. You will be free to reject this invoice and, in this case, we will simply stop advising you.


How much can I gain?
We do not guarantee returns and are not liable for any losses incurred.

Investing involves risk and you could lose money.

Past success does not guarantee future performance, but we have done amazingly well over the last decade as you can check on our historical returns below.

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