Do You Want To Learn About RMG’s Ascent Business?

After we established the RMG's Corporate in 2014, from the providing and selling of financial services to funds and assets management, What we have learned about Growing and Nascent Business to 8 digits? As A CEO and President, I decided to pack for your knowledge and information, with a value that is worth a lot: <img width="800" height="543" src="http://www.ram-finance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/SOFE-1024x695.png" alt="" loading="lazy" srcset="https://www.ram-finance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/SOFE-1024x695.png 1024w, https://www.ram-finance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/SOFE-300x204.png 300w, https://www.ram-finance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/SOFE-768x521.png 768w, https://www.ram-finance.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/SOFE.png 1344w" sizes="(max-width: 800px) 100vw, 800px" /> ...
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The Alternative Investments of most Prominent Investors in the world.

Many Sophisticated and Accredited Investors turn to Alternative Investments, as a tool to reduce risks, reduce volatility and increase the potential return. Most experienced HNWI (High Net Worth Individuals) Investors understand the importance of incorporating Alternative Assets into their investment portfolio. In fact, if a decade ago, the question at hand was whether it was worthwhile to engage in Alternative Investments at all, now the new questions arise - such as what is the appropriate exposure risk rate for these investments, and how the fund secure the funds, and what are the underlying assets in which it is worth investing. In search of answers to these questions, it is worth looking at Large and Prominent Investors (HNWI) worldwide and examining what their approach to Alternative Investments is. A good example is Yale University, which as of the end of 2020, held a $31 Billion Investment Portfolio. "According to Publications, Yale's Portfolio has been considered the best of its kind among colleges and...
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How to choose a professional investment advisor?

Making the first million is not a matter of money. It's a matter of what you become on the way there. 20% - its Strategy, Marketing, Branding, JV’s, etc. 80% - it’s the Mindset of being and acting like a Millionaire. An investor fill an application asking to invest in our BCD program, which he defined as Qualified and Accredited Investor, we provide him a term sheet, he signed and we have supported him with an Escrow Agreement, in that point, he hired an attorney to do DD and advise on the Escrow agent (IOLTA license), on the account at CITI bank NY, on Allianz as reinsurance of the insurance guarantee - surety bond, and on RMG Capital products, for this service the attorney charge the investor 8K USD. After two weeks, the investor gets advice not to invest and why. The problem in the report was, the two unanswered questions: What happens if Allianz will be in Insolvency/Bankruptcy?What happens if CITI bank will be in Insolvency/Bankruptcy? According...
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Is the emotional aspect activated in Alternative Investments?

Is the emotional aspect activated in investments and with an emphasis on Alternative Investments? Last week in a meeting with an HNWI investor, who has extensive experience in the capital market, who has already made an impressive exit, the conversation came up about the no sleep points while investments, his recommendation to his friends and acquaintances is to adjust their investments up to no sleep point. If the investment causes them not to sleep at night it is not right for them. The truth is I agree with him, 15 years ago when I was a beginning as Forex trader, an intraday trader, in a short time it hit the concentration in the real business Insurance risk management, lack of sleep while moving I changed strategy, from 5-minute trades to an hour and 4-hour planning, Using the long-term mechanisms, I entered to the last position with a stop-loss at the end of the 4-hour trajectory, in addition, gave an order at each...
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What is a better way to leverage funds? SBLC vs Debt

What is a better way to leverage funds? SBLC vs Debt

Let’s start with Financial Leverage Definition: Financial Leverage is the use of debt (borrowed capital) results from using as a funding source when investing to expand the company's asset base and generate returns on risk capital. Financial Leverage is an alternative investment strategy of utilizing Debt borrowed funds specifically, the use of various financial instruments to increase the potential return of an investment. Financial Leverage can also refer to the amount of debt a company uses to finance assets. The financial leverage ratio is one of several financial measurement analyses that calculate the risk of how much capital comes in the form of debt or assesses the ability of a company to meet its financial obligations. How Financial Leverage Works: When purchasing assets, four main options are available to the company for financing: using equity, debt, leases, obtain IPO's. Besides equity, the rest of the options involve costs that should be lower than the income that the company expects to earn from the asset/project. The...
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Are Protected Alternative Investments allowed and approved in India?

Alternative Investments (Hedge Funds, Private Equity, Venture Capital) are using pooled funds that employ different strategies to earn active returns, for their investors. Alternative Investments Firms may be aggressively managed or make use of derivatives and leverage in both domestic and international markets with the goal of generating high yield. it is important to note that Alternative Investments are generally only accessible to Accredited Investors (worldwide) as they require Securities Authority (ISA - Israeli, SEC - USA and more) Regulations, in every country, there are different regulations, in India, there are SEBI regulations.One aspect that has set the Alternative Investments industry apart is the fact that Alternative Investments funds face less regulation than mutual funds and other investment vehicles. In India according to SEBI regulations under Category of Alternate Investment Funds (AIF). Not everyone is allowed to invest in any Alternative Investment. Only Accredited Investors are allowed to invest. Alternative Investments are strictly regulated because they can literally use any strategy. SEBI wants to play...
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Certificate of Deposit vs Bond Certificate, what is better?

What is a Certificate of Deposit (CD)? A certificate of deposit (CD) is a type of savings product offered by commercial banks and credit unions that provides a higher interest rate associated with regular savings deposit accounts and in exchange for the customer agreeing to leave a lump-sum deposit untouched for a predetermined period of time. The CDs are insured "money in the bank" and thus, virtually risk-free. CDs are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) for banks and by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) for credit unions. What is an RMG - Bond Certificate? A Bond Certificate of deposit (BCD) is a type of alternative investment savings product offered by R.M.G Capital Group that provides a high coupon rate and in exchange for the customer agreeing to leave a deposit in an escrow account untouched for a predetermined period of time, with an option to exit every 30 banking days after the first 60 banking days. The Bond Certificate is insured "money...
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What is a Private Placement Program?

Let’s start with Private Placement Definition: A private placement is a sale or funding of securities, stock shares, bonds, Guarantees,  Promissory notes, and more to pre-selected Hedge Funds, Private equity (PE), Venture Cap (VC), qualified Accredited Investors, and Institutions on the Secondary market rather than on the Primary market called Stock Exchange. It is an alternative to an Initial Public Offering (IPO) or Bond's like Medium-Term Note (MTN) for companies seeking to raise equity/capital for expansion, funding project, cash flow, working capital, etc. Investors invited to participate in private placement programs (PPP) include wealthy individual investors, banks,  Hedge Funds, financial institutions, mutual funds, insurance companies, and pension funds. One advantage of a private placement is its relatively few regulatory requirements. Actually, PPP’s are not well known publicly, and only a very small group of investors that own significant funds, Instruments, Assets have access to them. Most programs can be joined by invitation only. These programs have been issued for the past 60 years. We, R.M.G....
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