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Author Topic: Long-term investment in USD EUR RUR up to y.2032 / 2055  (Read 102 times)
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October 28, 2017, 07:24:02 PM
Last edit: October 29, 2017, 06:31:18 AM by StrideFund
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Good day, dear forum users.

I will briefly describe the idea of organizing an investment fund (the tentative title - Stride Fund) and holding it's ICO.

The Fund currently has the opportunity to receive under the cession agreement 3 bank deposits with the following parameters:
Currency - USD, EUR, RUR
Rate, per year - USD - 9%, EUR - 9%, RUR - 15%.
Deposit period is until 2032.
Possibility of prolongation of deposits - yes, until 2055
Possibility of replenishment / withdrawal - yes / yes
Limits for replenishment / withdrawal - no / no
Interest calculation - monthly
Capitalization of interest - yes, by the end of the calendar month.

What in this case is the fund able to offer investors?

1. Long-term and transparent investment strategy
2. Fixed monthly interest and the possibility of capitalization

I ‘m interested in Fund’s  ICO for several reasons:

1. The Fund is able to pay investors a fixed yield that exceeds the yield on deposits both in US / European banks / Russian banks.
2. Investing through the crypto currency removes questions about financial monitoring, currency control, etc.
3. None of the existing funds and projects will not be able to show in the long term even a close to this yield.
4. All possible risks can be insured through CDS (Credit default swap) in any investment bank with Wall Street. Insurance will cost about 1.8-2% per year.

How much will the Fund earn?
From 1 to 1.5% per annum. This amount will be sufficient to obtain a stable yield and cover current costs. Organizational activity of the fund is able to serve from 3 to 5 people, which indicates a minimum current expenditure.

I spend a lot of time studying long-term investment strategies (for example, Buffett's and Protege Partners bet) and I can confidently say that passive long-term investment at 6% per annum in USD / EUR is considered a very attractive tool. So, by offering an investor 6%, fully insuring the bank's risk of bankruptcy (max. 2%) or up to 8% without insurance), the fund receives 1% of annual returns.

I will be glad to all the opinions and comments on this matter, and also I am looking for partners both in realizing the idea and holding the ICO.

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Thanks a lot!
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