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JSG Capital Investments brings fixed index investing to retail market

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Fixed index investing, an investment option that was once reserved only for the accredited investor and institutions is now available to the mass retail market through boutique investment firm JSG Capital Investments.

The product is designed to trump market volatility with hefty dividend payments paid out weekly to investors.
 
JSG believes that proven returns since its inception in 2007 make the fixed index option a safer choice, with extremely competitive monthly returns ranging from 1-5 per cent depending on the size and duration of the investment.
 
"We want to expand the scope of retail investing nationwide after the passage of "Regulation A" and be the first to market firm that caters not only to accredited investors, but also to the average retail investor. We give all investors access to alternative investment strategies that were previously only available to the one-percenters. Regardless of investment size, any investor who is looking to maximise their return and think outside the box should give our product a try," says Jason Gill, CEO of JSG Investments LLC.
 
Clients investing USD25k with a one-year term, for example, will receive a 3 per cent monthly return broken up into weekly payments. Upon completion of the yearly contract, each client has complete discretion to reinvest for another term or walk away with their initial investment and all dividend proceeds. Locking in for a longer term results in higher returns. JSG Capital Investments is able to offer these returns by taking advantage of short-term market factor reactions that have little impact on long-term intrinsic values. Concentrated research allows JSG Capital Investments to identify businesses that are trading at highly discounted valuations, because investors have overreacted to negative macro or company-specific events.

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