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Safe Haven for Stock Market Gains

21 may 2007 - Features - Editor

Mention the term ‘currency’ to the average stock market trader and the discussion will veer towards speculation. The Internet has added explosive fuel to the fiery tendency to make profits by predicting swings in how national governments value their notes and coins! Democratic governments often spend more than they can afford, while military regimes may also manipulate their currency values in order to compete for shares of the world trade pie.

Currencies can also be used by investors to add stability to their financial estates. A share in a corporation changes values by trading minutes. Bonds are notorious for low yields, while most people have emotional links to their gold holdings. Realty is generally not liquid in the near term and needs maintenance as well. Where can the wealthy stash away funds for rainy days?

Baby boomers are accustomed to dominance of the U.S. dollar, but 21st century macroeconomics seems set to change this scenario. Many analysts are critical of domestic and military spending by the United States. Health insurance seems to be a special concern, as indeed is the possible aftermath of military interventions in the Middle East. Should investors now park funds in the Euro, the Yen, or what?

Swiss banking traditions are only whispered in most polite circles, but the smears of Nazi scandals has not reduced the luster of the Swiss Franc. Modern stock market operations allow international traders to hold this stable and reliable currency whether or not they have secret bank accounts in Zurich or in Geneva!

The Swiss economic and political structures are both stable as well as reliable. Decisions reside with common people, and the best economic principles guide currency valuation. Switzerland is even buffered from the volatile and populist pressures of the European Union. The country has unrivalled leadership in specialist sectors such as sophisticated engineering and biotechnology. Switzerland has tourist allure which few countries can match.

How many Swiss Francs do you hold? Consider the twin advantages of solid value and extreme liquidity that this currency offers. You can get online and transfer some of your cash holdings to Swiss Francs right now! It will not fetch you returns in the next minute, but you will surely live to appreciate the financial wisdom of holding a part of your estate in this excellently managed currency.

 


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