At Clime, we know how important capital preservation is, and it has never been more important than during the Global Financial Crisis. Consider the following example:
If you invested $1 million in November 2007. By March 2009, the market index had fallen by approximately 60%, leaving you with just $400,000. Even though the market rose by 60% by the end of 2009, your investment would only be worth $640,000. You would have lost 36% of your original $1 million investment.
Clime takes great steps to ensure that we preserve your capital – because we know that once it is lost, it’s difficult to recover.
How do we do it?
Clime conducts thorough and ongoing stock market research when selecting which stocks to buy and companies to invest in. We only invest in ASX listed companies that can generate high rates of return on equity and can be purchased at prices below their intrinsic value. Unless such investments can be found, we will preserve your capital and instead invest in cash.
We believe that to make money on the stock market, we must start with this simple principle: don’t lose it in the first place.
Find out how we can apply our successful capital preservation methodology to help maximise your wealth with Clime’s Investment Products >>