There have been times during these past 3 years the world dramatically spins out of our control, leading investors to question how best to position their investment with the lowest risk. If you are one of them, maybe it’s time for you to take a step back and adjust your investment portfolio for a more sustainable profit.
Secure investment within upside-down circumstances
We face Covid. We face environmental disasters. And suddenly, rumors of war are not just rumors since Russia launched its blitzkrieg against Ukraine. Consequently, inflation is rising worldwide, leading to potential economic downturns. From Feb 19 to March 23, 2020, the S&P 500 Index finally hit bottom and lost about 34% of its value, showing us that the stock market suffered from unpredictable losses due to the pandemic. Investors came to Cryptocurrency as an attractive investing method, but Luna made a red flag when dropping 99.7% in under a week, causing its investors to face a severe depression. These ups and downs constantly threaten our income, regardless of investment channels.
We cannot deny that the world has changed and will continue to change out of our control. Various concerns are compounding in investors’ minds regarding financial decisions, preventing us from a restful sleep at night. That leads us to the question: “What is the point of investment if you have to live your life under the fear of “losing all” after a day?” If crises keep happening for reasons we have never thought of, can we have the ability to forecast where to put our money?
For investors who can’t afford more risk, putting your possession on high potential (and, of course, high risk) seems not a good choice now. The world economy may become more stable, but it is the future’s story. The most necessary thing they need to do now is to navigate this financial maelstrom to build a risk-adjusted saving and investing strategy. That’s why a more sustainable investment strategy is now needed more than ever.
Secure investment by Lease and buyback investments – what to expect?
There are always multiple ways for investors to get a monthly profit without sudden dramatic loss. We have high-yield savings accounts, dividend-paying stocks, money market accounts, fixed annuities… But if these ways don’t sound promising or sustainable to you, Lease and Buyback investments are a smart option.
Lease and Buyback is a form of investment that generates constant “passive” or “unearned” income. The premise is simple: you own something useful and rent it to somebody else. After that, all you need to do is to sit back and receive cash payments into your bank account every month as a leasing fee.
One of the more sustainable assets for safe investment is construction equipment as the construction of megaprojects is growing all over the world. Despite the current economic situation, megaprojects are still being constructed worldwide, such as The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, which values at up to 5 billion USD, Dubailand with an estimated cost of around $76,000,000,000 or California High-Speed Rail in California with $98,000,000,000 for the budget and so on…
It’s simple to understand why investors believe in a sustainable demand from leasing their equipment. Lease options vary but are typically for a year or even more. It also involves less upfront cost as you usually don’t have to make a down payment and allows contractors to try a new model every couple of years. That’s why construction agencies nowadays choose leasing instead of owning equipment due to its outstanding features that combine the benefits of renting and buying. However, not everyone can afford a whole pack of equipment or machine, and that’s why the idea of dividing equipment into many assets for investors was brought up. Specifically, investors can buy machinery and equipment as an asset, then lease that asset back – via trustable leasing partners – to those firms managing the building developments. This innovative and secure investment allows investors to earn a high return percentage each year. In a stage where you can go from all to nothing after a night, dividend equipment leasing may assure you a nice sleep at night with a more sustainable return daily.
Start your secure investment with Foundation Capital.
Foundation Capital is one of the initiatives in lease and buyback investments regarding construction equipment. We provide investors with investment choices between a fixed 14% return or a floating rate return. Moreover, our investment policy includes “the buyback choice,” which means you can sell your assets at any time and get all your initial investment back. We have accomplished our mission of assuring a sustainable income for our customers by partnering with bunches of mega projects worldwide. Water Diversion Project, Craziest Engineering Projects in China, Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai, etc…..… are some of the names we have been working with. You can be the investors in these megaprojects and profit safely from them, as long as you put your faith in us.
Getting paid monthly in cash with a straightforward strategy, keeping your capital protected by a guaranteed buyback policy, and receiving high returns with advice from our consultant is what Foundation Capital can commit to you. No more staying in the mood of sensing market risk; let us help to optimize your “safe investment.”
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If you want to generate a sustainable passive income stream, Foundation Capital is one of the most reliable organizations to invest in. Our process has been refined, perfected, and proven over the past 12 years of renting our clients’ assets to the construction industry.
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