Stephen Shoemaker’s “Virginia Creeper in Lansing”
One of the great joys in Ashe County are the murals on many buildings… especially those of the old time trains painted by Stephen Shoemaker. Ashe County’s economic rise was due to the “Virgina Creeper” a train which crept up the mountains to pick up natural resources from the mines and forest.
Stephen is a famous artist in this area (his web site is linked below) and this rendering depicts the Virginia Creeper standing in Lansing… the town (of two or three hundred people) nearest our farm.
Every time I see those paintings I am reminded of the Great Train Robbery the name given to a 1963 robbery at Bridego Railway Bridge in Buckinghamshire, England. Almost $6 million dollars was stolen.
How odd that such a paltry sum made the theft famous. Trillions are being stolen in the Great Pension Robbery and not enough is said.
This three part series has looked at the three ways that pensions are being robbed.
The first chapter in this series The Great Pension Robbery reviewed the first way pensions can be robbed through underfunding from insufficient contributions.
The Great Pension Robbery II looked at pension theft from lowered return on assets.
This message shows how the purchasing power of pension can be robbed by devaluing the currency.
The great train robbery netted about 6 million dollars in 1963. To get the same purchasing power today would require a theft of $90 million or more.
Pity the poor train thief who spends 50 years in jail and finds that his hidden money buys less than a 15th of what he expected.
Yet should pensioners be treated in the same way? Should we toil for 5o years and then find that the promised rewards of our pensions are almost worthless?
This is a sad fact… the likeliest pension loss will come via global currency devaluation.
Rising unsustainable government deficits and ultra low interest rates create pent up, hidden inflation.
One way to protect again this loss is to have a multi currency portfolio.
We can watch for contrasts and distortions to spot currency trends that can equalize purchasing power.
Take for example the distortions in the parity between the interest rates and parity of the Brazilian real and the US dollar. The chart below shows how the US dollar has risen and fallen versus the Brazilian real over the past five years.
US dollar versus Brazilian real chart from finance.yahoo.com.
The real has gone up and fallen down but over five years it began at about two real per dollar and today five years later it is worth about two real per dollar.
Now the real has fallen dramatically yet pays almost six times more interest.
Thomas Fischer attended our most recent Writer’s Camp and talked about Brazilian real bonds.
On June 27, 2012 Thomas wrote: The Brazilian bonds are yielding as mentioned. The KRW bond maturing in March of 2015 (AAA rated) yields 5.75%. Jyske Bank has a buy recommendation and a 12 months currency target of 1.90 (+8%) so if that pans out you are getting around 12%.
Morgan Stanley our other research partner is not convinced that the currency will appreciate that much so if you buy the bond it will be more of a currency speculation as the carry is 5.75%
Jyske estimated a 7% forex profit over a year. They were wrong! The profit boost came in six days!
On July 3, 2012 Thomas wrote again: Hi Gary, The Brazilian real has appreciated almost 7% since we discussed the potential at your seminar.
Short term US dollar versus Brazilian real chart.
Gain Balance From Distortions
This profit had seemed obvious to me. The factors that cause currencies to be weak or strong include government debt and budget deficit. The US has a budget deficit of about 8% of GDP. Brazil’s is 2.5%.
A look at the Economist World Debt Clock shows US debt equals 61.2% of GDP and is growing at a rate of 20.6%. Brazil’s debt is 59.3% of GDP and growing 9.9%.
The Economist Debt Clock. See link below.
When you hold a multi currency portfolio over a sustained period, you gain a never ending series of forex profit opportunities.
Over the past five years Brazilian bonds returned as much as 14% and the currency rose and fell versus the dollar but in the end is almost where it began. Today Brazilian bonds pay 5.75% and are loaded with upwards potential. There is a great chance that at some stage in the next several years the Brazilian real will jump versus the greenback. In the mean time you can earn the much higher interest rate.
Currencies rise and fall versus one another in the short term based on fear and greed. Currencies move long term based on their fundamentals.
Here is our portfolio at JYSKE this time so you can see how we have spread out.
US Dollar 10%
Dollar Bloc 32%
LatAe Mix 5%
LatAm Bloc 19%
Euro Bloc 38%
GSD 8% - Asia Bloc 8%
A multi currency portfolio is protection against pension robbery from devaluing currencies.
There is a a great chance that interest rates will remain low for some time.
JGAM (Jyske Global Asset Management) sent me this note.
Central banks take action, again
The events of the week were central bank actions and U.S. job data.
Entering the week markets had already largely priced in further policy easing by the Bank of England (BoE) and the European Central Bank (ECB). Eurozone data showed that factory output remained weak, purchasing managers index remained in contraction area and unemployment had hit a record. Also, recent data had confirmed that the UK economy was sliding back into recession. Therefore, Thursday it came as no surprise that both the ECB and the BoE took action.
BoE expanded its asset purchase facility by British pound (GBP) 50bn to GBP 375bn, exactly as expected.
ECB cut its refinancing rate by 25 basis point to 0.75% and lowered its deposit rate to zero. As a consequence the euro (EUR) sank below 124 US dollar (USD).
The Danish National Bank (DNB) followed suit and lowered both the lending and the deposit rate by 25 basis points. The latter now stands at minus 0.20%. It’s the first time in the history of the DNB that the deposit rate is negative and it mirrors a healthy Danish economy.
Surprisingly, the Spanish and Italian bonds reacted negatively on the rate cuts. The reason could be that the market now think it’s less likely that a third long-term refinancing operation is forthcoming.
What the market had not anticipated was an action from the People’s Bank of China (PBoC). Unexpectedly, PBoC cut its interest rate for the second time in the space of a month. Possibly, an indication that Chinese policymakers are concerned that the economy has not yet found a bottom.
In the U.S. there is also speculation that a central bank action could be coming in the form of a third round of quantitative easing (QE3). Lately, we have seen a weak report from the Institute of Supply Management (ISM), indicating the first contraction in manufacturing activity for nearly three years. Also, the non-farm payroll data released today showed 60,000 new jobs created in June compared to an estimate of 100,000. The initial market reaction was a weakening of the EUR vs. the USD which might indicate reduced expectations of a QE3.
For more information on how to develop a multi currency portfolio contact Thomas Fischer at email@example.com
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These central bank actions suggest a slowing global economy. This risk is further confirmed by a June 2012 article entitled “Everywhere you look, economies slowing” by Paul Wiseman of the Associated Press.
Here are some excerpts (bolds are mine): “The global economy’s foundations are weakening, one by one. Already hobbled by Europe’s debt crisis, the world now risks being hurt by slowdowns in its economic powerhouses.
“The U.S. economy, the world’s largest, had a third straight month of feeble job growth in May. High-flying economies in China, India and Brazil are slowing, too.
“Since the global recession ended in 2009, the world economy has been fueled by rising powers in the developing world led by China, India and Brazil. Now, all three are running into trouble.
“China’s manufacturing weakened in May, according to surveys out Friday. Factory output was the weakest in three months.
“Australia and other Asian countries have come to rely on Chinese markets for their exports.
“India is suffering an even sharper slowdown. Its economic growth slowed to a 5.3% annual rate in the January-March quarter, the lowest in nine years. Output from India’s factories has declined. ”Its consumers have seen inflation — which has averaged 9.2% a year since the start of 2010 — devour their wages.
“In Brazil, the economy practically stalled in the first quarter of 2012. It grew at just a 0.2% annual rate from the final three months of 2011, the government said Friday. That was below expectations of 0.5% growth. Flooding punished farmers.
“But Brazilian officials, like analysts in China, also pointed to another culprit, one that shows how problems in one part of the world cause problems in another: The ongoing trouble in Europe is taking a toll on exports.
“Fears of a global economic downturn have sent investors rushing toward the safest possible investments: U.S. and German government bonds. As a result, the interest rate on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note has hit a record-low 1.46% Friday. The rate on the German 10-year bond is even lower: 1.17%.
“Treasuries are at 1.46 because people are freaking out,” says Mark Vitner, senior economist at Wells Fargo Economics.
These reports suggest a slowing global economy. The strategy for this is for governments to lower interest rates around the world. The slow economies can hurt business so more pensions will go unfunded. The lowered interest rates can further rob pension purchasing powers as returns fall well below estimated asset growth.
Finally the efforts to stimulate the global economy can greatly increase national debt worldwide. This debt is pent up inflation.
Whenever investors freak out forex profit, opportunities grow. One way to tap into these currency opportunities is with a mulit currency portfolio.
Multi Currency Portfolios Report – “Borrow Low – Deposit High”
Multi Currency Portfolios Report. A Survivors Guide to Currency and Market Turmoil.
“Borrow Low Deposit High – How to Use the Multi Currency Investment Sandwich”.
What if I offered you a free Mercedes Benz?
You would probably say YES… but would be thinking… “what’s the catch”. That’s good because we all know there is no such thing as a free lunch… much less a free new car.
Would an answer be harder if instead there was a choice… a FREE Mercedes or $4 million bucks (as in US dollars).
Most would choose the cash. Yet you would still be expecting a catch. There is a penny to drop… some risk and the need to ignore the thundering herd and an absolute requirement of discipline.
The US election is over… but not in the mind’s of almost half the American voters… who lost. The US as the economic engine that has been pulling the world is a nation divided and the administration for the next four years… good or bad… has huge challenges and pitfalls ahead.
The view of the election results in markets around the world was dim. US Stocks plunged and the Dow had its worst day of the year. Other north and South American markets finished sharply lower.
Euro markets dropped because the German economy is slowing and tens of thousands at Greek rallies against austerity turned violent. Protesters in Athens threw Molotov cocktails at the Parliament and police fought back with tear gas outside. World markets slid on a weak growth outlook.
This bad news is all good for those who are prepared so let me share a true story about how and why an investor in similar circumstances got the Mercedes and had the $4 million… but then lost it.
The story contains three valuable tips… explaining the FREE car plus how the millions were gained and lost.
Here is the true story… a tale of politics, economics and US debt.
Once upon a time 1981 to be exact… similar circumstances to the current economic and political mess arose across the land. The story began with unemployment. In 1981… the US Presidential election was over, the US economy was crashing and the a new government and President were turning on a money printing machine.
This was a dark and gloomy time… those early 1980s. Really. That was the worst recession since the great depression.
You often hear we are living now through the worst recession since the great depression. This is statistically wrong.
The U.S. economy may seem in bad shape now, but 1982 was worse.
The economy is not as bad as it was after the 1980 election. It’s not even that close to being as bad. The ranks of unemployed and underemployed were much larger in 1982 than today.
The first big blow to the economy back then was the 1979 revolution in Iran. That glitch sent oil prices skyrocketing. The bigger blow was a series of sharp interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve, meant to snap inflation. Home sales plummeted. At their worst, they were 30 percent lower than they were when the real estate market bottomed in 2011. The industrial Midwest was hardest hit, and the term “Rust Belt” became ubiquitous. Many families fled south and west, helping to create the modern Sun Belt.
Nationwide, the unemployment rate rose above 10% in 1982, compared with 7.9% now.
The times were much darker. In October 2012 another 6.7 percent of the labor force can be added to the current 7.9%. This group have given up trying to find a job or are involuntarily working part time. These groups bring the combined underutilized employment rate to 14.6%.
As bad as this number is, it is still not that close to the 1982 peak of 16.32% (or anywhere near its Depression levels, which were probably above 30 percent). The early ’80s really were that bad.
This story begins at the end of the 1980 Presidential election when the US economy was at its worst in 50 years and getting worse.
There is another similarity in the 1980 story to the here and now… a runaway US debt.
As this chart below shows, the US debt debacle really began after that 1980 election.
Click on photo to enlarge. Debt by President graph at zfacts.com
Now the story begins. The stock market began a 17 year bull cycle that led to the greatest US and global affluence known to the recorded history of mankind.
The chart below says it all. From that darkest hour, the Dow Jones Industrial average rose 1,410%.
These stock market bull and bear cycles are based on cycles of human interaction, war, technology and productivity.
Our hero in the story saw the coming stock market boom… despite the fact that everyone thought everything was bleak and black. He approached Jyske Bank and said he wanted to invest in the stock market and wanted to leverage his bets.
His goal was to make enough to buy a brand new Mercedes Benz.
He opened the account and bought shares. He used those shares as collateral to leverage these investments with borrowed Japanese yen.
His timing was lucky. The stock market rose quickly. The Japanese yen collapsed. His profits shot past his goal to buy the car.
Bubble fever had set in so when the hero’s investment manager called with that great news… “you have enough for your new Mercedes“, the investor changed his mind. “Let it roll“… the investor said. “I want to make a million instead.”
The investment manager left the portfolio alone and soon the investor’s profit rocketed past 1 million dollars.
The investment manger called. “You have made a million bucks… perhaps we should take some profits.“
“Let it roll“… the investor said. “I have decided to make two million instead.”
The investment manager left the portfolio alone and soon the investor’s profit rocketed past 2 million dollars.
The investment manger called. “You have made two million bucks… perhaps we should take some profits.“
“Let it roll“… the investor said. “I have decided to make three million instead.”
The investment manager left the portfolio alone and soon the investor’s profit rocketed past 3 million dollars.
The investment manger called. “You have made three million bucks… perhaps we should take some profits.“
“Let it roll“… the investor said. “I have decided to make four million.”
As the portfolio was nearing four million in value the investment manger called. “You have made almost four million bucks… perhaps we should take some profits.“
“Let it roll“… the investor said. “I have decided to make four million and enough for a Mercedes.”
Shortly after the stock market corrected and the yen strengthened. Profits fell so quickly the investor lost a million almost overnight.
The investment manager called. “You have lost a million bucks… we had better take the profits.“
“Hold“… the investor said. “The market will come back”.
The stock market fell more and the yen grew stronger. The profits fell even faster and the investor lost another million.
The investment manger called again. “You have lost another million bucks… its time to take your profits.“
“Hold“… the investor said. “The market will come back”.
The stock market continued to plummet and the yen rose more. The investor lost another million.
The investment manger called. “You have lost three million bucks now… You really should take the profits left.“
“Hold“… the investor said. “The market will come back”.
Finally as the market plunged more and profits faded away… the investor, having lost more than 3.5 million, closed his positions and had just enough profit left to buy his new car.
The Mercedez was black and shiny… a big 500 SEL model… king of the road. The hero never enjoyed it much.
The morals of the story
#1: If you get into the market at the beginning of a long term bull… you can make a lot of money… quickly.
#2: When you leverage the investments with low interest leverage the profits come even faster.
#3: When you leverage investments… you need a plan and discipline.
This is why I want to introduce you to our Multi Currency Portfolios Report entitled “Borrow Low Deposit High – How to Use the Multi Currency Investment Sandwich.”
This is a report that can help anyone with even a few thousand dollars to invest (or millions) diversify globally for safety and long term success.
The economic explanation below follows global multi currency and markets positions from 2006 through to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan so you can see how multi currency investing should flow.
This will help you learn how to protect and enhance your savings and wealth as the US dollar and stock markets rise and fall.
The US dollar has fallen… badly against major currencies like the yen, euro and Swiss franc for 41 years.
For example here is the long term, steady appreciation of the Japanese yen versus the US dollar.
Click on photo to enlarge.
Three Opportunities of Which We Can be Sure.
First, The US dollar will fall more…much more as stock markets in the USA and globally enter their next bull phase.
Second, there will be confusion. Many…in fact most uninformed investors will lose…a lot.
Third there will be inflation…worldwide due to the excessive spending in the current global financial bailout.
Smart investors who know how to spot value in multi currency portfolios at some of the world’s safest banks have already earned 57%…120% …263% so even with the doom and gloom, they are still ahead.
Borrow Low Deposit High helps you learn how to find good value and develop multi currency portfolios that suit their specific circumstances.
Before I explain how you can use this report, let’s look at both the up and down side of these high performing portfolios?
The report provides an extensive beginner’s guide to developing multi currency portfolios backed up by our decades of experience working with Jyske Bank and its investment management subsidiaries to create and track multi currency portfolios real time. The report data comes from dissecting and discussing the portfolio results. This is a totally novel way to learn…real time from real portfolios created by some of the best investment managers in the world as these portfolios rise or fall in the market place…in the here and now.
Jyske Bank assists by providing portfolio details. Our symbiotic relationship allows me to combine my experience with this bank’s incredible knowledge, real time capability and expertise so reader of my report can learn in a most practical way from some of the greatest multi currency experts in the world.
Here is our educational performance over the past six years.
We created five portfolios for educational purposes beginning in 2006. One of the five multi currency portfolios was the Asian Emerging Multi Currency Portfolio. The portfolio started with a $100,000 investment and a $200,000 loan in Japanese yen (more on the loans in a moment).
This gave us $300,000 to invest in this portfolio.
|75,000||Rupee||Jyske Invest Indian Equity Mutual Fund|
|75,000||Yuan||Jyske Invest Chinese Equity Mutual Fund|
|75,000||Yen||Jyske Invest Japanese Equity Mutual Fund|
|75,000||Multiple||Jyske Invest Emerging Market Bond Fund|
Investments Total Value 300,000.00
Loan $200,000 100.00% JPY at 1.63%
Loan cost for one year $3,260.
This portfolio diversified into bonds and equities throughout Asia ..very multi currency.
Chinese yuan, Indian rupee, Japanese yen and more.
Twelve months later the portfolio was worth $417,420. Paying off the loan cost $203,260 leaving $214,160 or $114,160 (114.16% profit) on the $100,000 originally invested.
On November 1, 2006 we made the five changes mentioned above. We dropped the Japanese equities and emerging market bond mutual funds and added an Eastern European, Far Eastern and Turkey equity mutual funds. This is how the rearranged portfolio stood.
|75,000||Rupee||Jyske Invest Indian Equity Mutual Fund|
|75,000||Yuan||Jyske Invest Chinese Equity Mutual Fund|
|75,000||EUR||Jyske Invest Eastern European Equities|
|50,000||Asian||Jyske Invest Far Eastern Equities|
|25,000||Lira||Jyske Invest Turkish Equities|
Investments Total Value 300,000.00
Loan $200,000 100.00% Czech Koruna at 3.875%
Loan cost for one year $7,750.
As promised this portfolio only had five changes. We swapped the Japanese equity fund for a Eastern European equity fund and dropped the bond fund replacing it with a Far Eastern and Turkey equity fund.
May I, at this point, interject a note about Jyske Invest fund managers. They are a Danish firm and are the investment management affiliate of Jyske Bank. This rock solid organization uses a good value system have been rated #1 by Morningstar. They use this value system to select shares in their mutual funds and we place these funds in our multi currency portfolios because they are strictly regulated by the Danish government and have such an excellent record…because they focus on finding value, not market timing.
So how did this new updated portfolio do? From November 1, 2006 to October 31, 2007 the fund rose in value from $300,000 to $430,370. The loan payoff of $207,750 leaves a profit of $222,620 or a rise of 122.62%.
There you have it, a portfolio created at and held in one of the world’s safest banks. With only three trades in two years the performance has been up 114.16% in year one and up 122.62% in year two.
I am sure that when looking at performance like that you are thinking “how did the other portfolios do?” Good question and your suspicions are correct…some of the other portfolios did not rise this much.
Yet believe it or not some portfolios did even better.
For example the 2007 Green Portfolio consisted of six shares and rose 266.30%!
Here is the exact performance of all five portfolios for the last two years.
|US Dollar Long||9.04%|
|US Dollar Short||10.43%|
|US Dollar Hedge||11.46%|
|Asia Emerging Market||114.16%|
|Asia Emerging Market||122.62%|
You can imagine with performance like this attracted quite a bit of attention…and it did. However these high returns are not the important benefit you gain with our multi currency report.
The report Borrow Low Deposit High does not recommend specific portfolios. The portfolios in the report are educational and designed to help readers work with their own investment manager to create their own multi currency portfolio that suits their own special, individual needs.
Our multi currency investment report helps readers learn how to manage their manager… nothing more.
Yet this is incredibly valuable because Jyske Bank can provide a stable and safe institution for those who wish to employ a multi currency strategy.
The report helps guide readers so they can direct any investment adviser or investment manager who understands how to invest in more than one currency.
The report also helps you learn why and when to invest in shares, how to leverage, how to create discipline and manage risk. The incredible portfolio performance above was achieved because the portfolios were leveraged using a tactic we call a multi currency sandwich. Investors borrow low and invest in yielding or growth portfolios. The portfolios used loans in Japanese yen and Swiss francs to magnify profits in good times.
The report teaches how these loans can magnify losses in bad times as well.
For example look at the performance of the leveraged portfolios we created to study from November 2007 through September 2008.
|Blue Chip Portfolio||-79%|
|Danish Health Portfolio||-92%|
|Asia Emerging Market||-73%|
Leverage in 2008 caused the portfolios to lose badly… in one instance the total portfolio was lost!
The report Borrow Low – Deposit High is useful because it helps investors not to expect rising markets all the time.
The course helps subscribers learn how to look ahead and act rather that react (after the fact when it is too late).
The sad fact is… we all have to become multi currency investors. Trusting your fate to any one currency now can destroy your purchasing power. Every investor needs to know what to do!
The report helps learn how to look for times when to leverage and for times when to retract. The idea is to cash in when the going is good and then withdraw.
Plus the report combined with our regular personal portfolio updates helps you to stay on top of currency and investment markets.
For example in 2007… we began warning readers to exit the markets well before the crash. Our first of many early warnings said: “We have enjoyed two years of enormous growth. Periods of high growth are normally followed by periods of low growth.”
In 2012 we became bullish on equity markets again and history suggests that despite the doom and gloom so many preach… we are at the threshold of the next big global economic acceleration.
This is why I invite you to read my current update of Borrow Low Deposit High… in the beginning of this wave when profit potential is greatest.
This report has been read by tens of thousands of investors over the years. This report sold for decades as a survivor’s hand guide to currency turmoil for $79 and we are not raising the price now just because the next bull market is beginning.
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This report also helps you learn how to legally enhance privacy. The erosion of privacy is caused by technology and the global economy has made the erosion global.
Doctors, accountants, businessmen, political activists, and others have found themselves the targets of federal prosecutions, despite sensibly believing that they did nothing wrong, broke no laws, and harmed not a single person.
One of the areas especially targeted are the finances and privacy of individuals.
Over the past four decades I have watched the rights to privacy of everyone’s financial affairs slowly erode.
There are always positives that balance the negatives though. As one loophole closes, others pop open.
For example a change in a US privacy reporting requirements now allows almost any investor to hold assets abroad… legally without reporting the fact.
The primary document used by US government to keep track of US investments abroad is the Treasury Department Form 90-22.1. This must be filed any year a person have an interest in, or a signing power on any foreign bank account or other types of financial accounts outside the United States.
Previously these accounts were defined as:
• Bank accounts (checking and savings)
• Investment accounts
• Mutual funds
• Retirement and pension accounts
• Securities and other brokerage accounts
• Debit card and prepaid credit card accounts
• Life insurance and annuities having cash value
A new loophole has opened that allows Americans to hold substantial amount abroad in large safe banks without filing this form.
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