International Investments

Alternative Investments as diversification


Bonds - Private Debts - Alternative Investments

Because of increasingly volatile financial investments like traditional stock markets with their continuing up and down movements, meanwhile real alternative investments are the fastest growing investment form. Did your banking advisor show you which diversification grade and risks he applied for the result of returns?
The proportion of alternative investments in the portfolios for example of pension funds in Switzerland has increased continuously since the turn of the millennium.
The Swiss pension funds do gain by far not anymore their target returns. A lot of pension funds both at Switzerland and abroad enlarge intentionally the asset class alternative investments selectively and diversified. The trend in real values will continue.

But not everything called real alternative investments must also be complex. Interesting opportunities are below listed real assets. Thus with alternative investments the possibilities for diversification are almost unlimited.


Alternative Investments   


    Income properties
  • Off Market Real Estate ∅ 3-9% p.a. return (depending on financing),
    as multifamily residences (MFH’s) for 1-750 mio CHF, no luxury segment.
    In niche markets mainly in Switzerland, West Europe and USA (Sun Belt).
  • Green Energy
  • Biofuel with Recyling ∅ 8% p.a. return (ISCC EU, with Triple L for Local).
    Green Computing (heating buildings by 5G-data as of autonomous cars).
  • Solar Parks – Wind Parks ∅ 4-8% p.a. return (depending on financing).
    In operation “Income” or as project “Growth”, available 1-1200 MW power.
  • Commodities
  • Battery Metals – Gold ∅ 10% p.a. return (in Triple A Australia, supported by EU bank). Nickel will be the new Gold (Elon Musk from TESLA, 2020). Upgrade Gold from Tier 3 to 1 (Basel III). Certified Fine Wine, Gemstones.
  • Various
  • Supply-Chain Finance (Reverse Factoring), P2P-Crowdinvesting portfolio.

Direct Real Assets - Real sustainable


Building robust portfolios in unsafe times – Always one step ahead


Alternative Investments - Better returns & interest rates at less volatility

The fast and complex globalisation demands for different approaches to defend your portfolio against volatility and instability. The zero interest rate policy costs already hundreds of billions for depositors and pensioners. Low interest rates can threaten pension funds and insurances. About 1 of 4 EU-citizens depend on pension income. Will there be the financial transition after the energy transition?
For completeness it is mentioned, that there are opportunities and structures in Alternative Investments not available for public, being reserved for so-called qualified investors. Detailed information about investments are of course available at your preferences after qualifying depending on the type of investor and confidentiality.


Traditional Investments     


  • Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
  • The world’s largest free trade area before EU
  • Created 15th November 2020 in Asia
    by high-, middle- and low income countries
  • Round 30 % of global GDP and Trade Volume
  • Economic region with more than 2 billion people
  • Investment with Multi Manager Style
  • “Income” & “Growth” combined
  • Investments in promising Asian countries
  • Diversified Analysis, Selection and Control

The forced De-Globalisation

World recession inevitable, but how long and how deep?

Global Risks Report 2021 (19.1.2021, WEF):
More other dangerous and infectious diseases to be likely.

Health Study, Jin Yin-tan Hospital Wuhan, China (8.1.2021, The Lancet):
Still 76% of patients with Long Covid symptoms after 6 months.

Denmark (November 2020), South Africa, England, Brazil (December 20):
Discovered significantly new mutated Coronaviruses 501.V2., B117 and P1. Up to 70% more infectious with exponential growing effects 3rd wave 2021. More variants likely. E484K (Bristol, February 21)

Comparable with historical Spanish flu?
1st small wave (spring 1918). Devastating 2nd wave with mutant virus (autumn 1918).

China’s deputy agriculture minister, Kangzhen (20.4.2020):
Corona crisis could resulting in global food crisis.

Bank Zhonguyan (Peking), Chief Economist Wang Jun (19.2.2020):
Impact comparable with global financial crisis 2008.

World recession inevitable, but how long and how deep?

Global Risks Report 2021 (19.1.2021, WEF):
More other dangerous and infectious diseases to be likely.

Health Study, Jin Yin-tan Hospital Wuhan, China (8.1.2021, The Lancet):
Still 76% of patients with Long Covid symptoms after 6 months.

Denmark (November 2020), South Africa, England, Brazil (December 20):
Discovered significantly new mutated Coronaviruses 501.V2., B117 and P1. Up to 70% more infectious with exponential growing effects 3rd wave 2021. More variants likely. E484K (Bristol, February 21)

Comparable with historical Spanish flu?
1st small wave (spring 1918). Devastating 2nd wave with mutant virus (autumn 1918).

China’s deputy agriculture minister, Kangzhen (20.4.2020):
Corona crisis could resulting in global food crisis.

Bank Zhonguyan (Peking), Chief Economist Wang Jun (19.2.2020):
Impact comparable with global financial crisis 2008.



Traditionelle Anlagen - RCEP - Asien - Multy Manager Style