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Alternative investments presentation 1


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Alternative Investments presentation shows the double digit returns that can be made by investing in non traditional asset classes considered to be alternative investments.

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Alternative investments presentation 1

  1. 1. Alternative Investments Info Secret Investments Your Financial Adviser Doesn’t Want You to Know About!
  2. 2. Why Consider Alternative Investments?  Low Interest Rates For Savers less than 1% on a current account  High Inflation over 5%  Negative Real Interest Rates  Increasing Volatility in the Stock Market  Most Stock Markets are below 2000 levels, no real returns for 10 Years.  House Prices have dropped from 2007 by about 30%
  3. 3. Why Consider Alternative Investments (cont’d)  Financial Advisers still telling you to invest for the long term!  Still providing the same advice even though the investment landscape has changed.  High commissions to Financial Advisers whilst delivering poor returns to the investor.  High Money Management charges within managed fundsleading to poor returns.
  4. 4. What Can the Retail Investor Do?  Look at Alternative Investments  Why haven’t you heard about Alternative Investments?  No commissions for the average Financial Adviser.  Mainstream financial press not interested as their advertising revenue comes from the traditional financial services industry.  The system is designed to funnel investor funds into the Financial Services sector for them to make profits at your expense.
  5. 5. What Can the Retail Investor Do? Cont’d  Educate yourself about alternative investments.  Gold  Forestry  Bio Diesel  Carbon Credits  Agricultural Land  Solar Power  A number of the above can be invested in via a SIPP pension.
  6. 6. Investing in Gold  Price of Gold has risen by 640% in 10 years.  Can now be purchased within your SIPP Pension.  Can get a 40% discount by buying within your pension.  Good hedge against inflation over the next few years.
  7. 7. Investing in Forestry  Institutional Investors have been investing in forestry for over 100 years.  Can invest in forestry for a minimum of £3,100.  Annual returns conservatively assessed at 11%.  Investment period 16 years.  Can invest within your SIPP pension which will boost your returns.
  8. 8. Invest in Bio Diesel  Oil is produced from Plants  Can invest for a minimum of £3250  Period of Investment is 45 Years.  Annual returns after 3 years of around 20%  Can invest via your SIPP Pension
  9. 9. Investing in Carbon Credits  All countries need to reduce Green House Gases over the next 10 years.  The carbon market via the Clean Development Mechanism helps achieve these targets.  Carbon Credits can be purchased for about £4,500.  30% annual returns can be achieved.  Can’t invest via a SIPP at present but SIPP providers are reviewing this at present.
  10. 10. Investing in Agricultural Land  The world is suffering from a shortage of food.  Money is investing in agriculture to increase food production yields.  Can invest for as little as £1,950.  Can achieve annual returns on an investment of 15%.  Price of land will also increase by about 7% pa.  Can invest via your SIPP pension.
  11. 11. Investing in Solar Power  Government has committed to meet target of 20% of energy from renewable sources.  Feed in tariff will help achieve that.  Can invest in solar panels for around £13,000.  Annual returns around 8% year 1 and cheaper electricity bills.  Tax free income if fitted to own house.
  12. 12. Alternative Investment Summary  All the above will deliver double digit returns over the next decade.  Not reliant upon the volatility of the stock market.  Ideal long term investments to boost your future retirement plans.  Traditional Financial Advisers will not tell you about any of them.
  13. 13. Investment Summary Table Investment Investment Return Period Years Pension Gold £1,000 10%+ None Yes Forestry £3,100 11%+ 17 Yes Bio Diesel £3,250 Upto 20% 45 Yes Carbon Credits £4,500 30% 1 No Agricultural Land £1,950 15% 5 Yes Solar Power £13,000 8%+ 25 No
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