- You have to accept risk to get a positive return nowadays
- SAMT AG offers outclassing scientific concepts to achieve better return with lower risk
Having interest rates negative or close to zero there is not much left as long term investment or to save for retirement. Basically there is no option other then taking at least some risk.
The chart from Aug. 2016 shows different countries on the left rows and the duration of the government bond in the top column.
Negative interest rates are in red, positive interest rates are in green.
For example all German (Deutschland) government bonds with a duration from 3M (three months) up to 10J (ten years) have negative interest rate. The German short term bond has a negative interest of minus 0,81 percent per year. For Switzerland (Schweiz) all bonds have a negative interest rate, from minus 0,84 to minus 0,05 on the longer term bond.
That means if you buy a Swiss 1 year bond for 100 000 CHF you get back 99 160 CHF after one year. The worlds governments and central banks have decided to force the safer into risky investments and there is no shortcut to avoid risk if you want to preserve or increase your wealth.
Beeing forced to take risk we like to show you our concept on how to handle risks the best way.