Cash Flow from Superior Global Bond Placement, not trading |

FX3 | portfolio is designed to be a strong cash flow and income generator account for our clients, not a short term trading portfolio.  We use a time tested strategy that originated with Sir John Templeton, focusing our selecting and owning of bonds on key society and infrastructure building block companies, ones that are often required for that country internal services and  industries to service if not flourish.  These key well positioned building block companies often have limited direct competition, making their survival in tough economic times less of a fear, but that alone is not enough, we look for a strong combination of cash, balance sheet strength, and profitable companies.  These stronger profitable balance sheet positions combined with their possible monopolist portioning, we beleive, greatly increase the bond to survive in the roughest of times.

We are proud to buy a 8-9-10% yielding bonds,  for a few short years and plan to receive our money back, not focusing on the short term day to day to day fluctuation but plan on holding to maturity.

This is really one of our strategic cornerstone goals.

Cash Flow from Superior Global Bond Placement, not trading for FX1, FX2, and FX3 is similar.

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