Award-winning investment company Rand Swiss has launched a new investment product for South Africans who want to protect themselves against the weakening Rand and the country’s faltering economy.
The Rand Swiss US Dollar Core Global Growth Note is a fixed-term investment product that provides a wide range of benefits to South Africans, including enhanced upside potential and capital protection if the markets decline.
The key benefits of the US Dollar Core Global Growth Note are as follows:
- The investment is based in US Dollars, providing protection if the Rand continues to weaken.
- The Growth Note invests in the world’s top stock markets: S&P500 (40%), Nikkei (30%), and Euro Stoxx 50 (30%).
- If the investment basket is up at maturity, you receive an enhanced 1.9-times the return – up to a maximum of 76%.
- If the investment basket is down at maturity, you receive capital protection on up to a 40% decline.
The investment period for the Growth Note is five years, with a minimum investment of $20,000 required.
The closing date for applications for the Growth Note is 10 August 2023.
Complete the form below to find out more about the Rand Swiss US Dollar Core Global Growth Note.
Easy-to-understand examples of how the Rand Swiss Growth Note can benefit investors after five years are listed below.
Scenario 1: You invest $100,000. If the investment basket is up by 30%, you receive your original investment of $100,000 back, plus an enhanced return of $57,000.
Scenario 2: You invest $100,000. If the investment basket has declined by 35%, you get back your full investment of $100,000.
Scenario 3: You invest $100,000. If the investment basket is up by 100%, you receive your original investment of $100,000 back, plus a return of $76,000.
Scenario 4: You invest $100,000. If the investment basket has declined by 45%, you receive $55,000.
About Rand Swiss
Rand Swiss is an authorised Financial Services Provider, regulated by the FSCA, and is SARB-approved.
It is dedicated to providing its clients with the highest levels of service and has won multiple awards for its work – including a Top Securities Broker for South Africa accolade from Intellidex.
The Rand Swiss head office is based in the JSE Building in Sandton, Gauteng.