Why Invest In Capital Gains Fund ?

No other financial institution, mutual fund,or other business makes such an offer. Your funds grow at an annual guaranteed interest rate of 5%. Current interest rates vary from 0-2% and can require minimum deposits.

 

Capital Gain

capital gain refers to profit that results from a sale of a capital asset, such as stockbond or real estate, where the sale price exceeds the purchase price. The gain is the difference between a higher selling price and a lower purchase price.[1]Conversely, a capital loss arises if the proceeds from the sale of a capital asset are less than the purchase price. Capital gains may also refer to a different form of profit received from an asset that refers to “investment income” in the form of cash flow or passive income that arises in relation to real assets, such as propertyfinancial assets, such as shares/stocks or bonds; and intangible assets. To invest is to allocate money in the expectation of some benefit in the future. In finance, the benefit from an investment is called a return. The return may consist of a gain (or loss) realized from the sale of property or an investment, unrealized capital appreciation (or depreciation), or investment income such as dividendsinterest, rental income etc., or a combination of capital gain and income. The return may also include currency gains or losses due to changes in foreign currency exchange rates. Investors generally expect higher returns from riskier investments. When a low risk investment is made, the return is also generally low. Investors, particularly novices, are often advised to adopt a particular investment strategy and diversify their portfolio. Diversification has the statistical effect of reducing overall risk.  

Terminology and risk

An investor may bear a risk of loss of some or all of their capital invested. Investment differs from arbitrage, in which profits generated without investing capital or bearing risk. Savings bear the (normally remote) risk that the financial provider may default Foreign currency savings also bear foreign exchange risk: if the currency of a savings account differs from the account holder’s home currency, then there is the risk that the exchange rate between the two currencies will move unfavorably, so that the value of the savings account decreases, measured in the account holder’s home currency. In contrast with savings, investments tend to carry more risk, in the form of both a wider variety of risk factors, and a greater level of uncertainty.  

History

The Code of Hammurabi (around 1700 BC) provided a legal framework for investment, establishing a means for the pledge of collateral by codifying debtor and creditor rights in regard to pledged land. Punishments for breaking financial obligations were not as severe as those for crimes involving injury or death. In the early 1900s, purchasers of stocks, bonds, and other securities were described in media, academia, and commerce as speculators. Since the Wall Street crash of 1929, and particularly by the 1950s, the term investment had come to denote the more conservative end of the securities spectrum, while speculation was applied by financial brokers and their advertising agencies to higher risk securities much in vogue at that time. Since the last half of the 20th century, the terms speculation and speculator have specifically referred to higher risk ventures.