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December 22, 2011, 03:31:36 AM
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 Would anyone be interested in investing in these 2 funds combined into one?
I'm not offering any analysis, I'm just offering exposure to the commodity markets by subscribing to these systems for a fee and then offering them to you.

 I've selected these 2 because:

1) Commodities are expected to rise with inflation. If you want to diversify your assets but remain bearish on stocks this is a great way to do it.

2) The trade interval is a matter of days for both. This reduces fees and the amount needed to invest.
The fees are particularly low if the investment is pooled.

 I'm just putting out feelers to see if anyone is interested in this kind of thing.

Fund 1:



Fund 2:



I have had access to a good broker before but if there is interest I will investigate how safe this is from bankruptcy. Brokers aren't supposed to go bankrupt but one has recently so this could be a new challange to protect against.

As to whether I can be trusted and everything, well I'll have to work on that if there's enough interest, giving my identity etc to those who are interested.

 -j
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What would margins be looking like?

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