Cautious or aggressive?
Experienced or beginner?
Whatever category you fall into, you will unlock your potential - we will make sure of that.
There will be a range of fantastic portfolios, each with proven records of outstanding success, and at least one to suit almost every discerning investor.
For example, I know that some of you are quite cautious while others are much more aggressive – these new portfolios will meet both needs, and many more besides.
We will monitor these week after week, and send you timely reviews and alerts when needed – you told us you want this level of detail, delivered regularly – that’s what we’re going to do.
You said you want us to make it easier for you to exploit the huge potential which exists, and that is what we will do.
There is huge potential right in front of you, just waiting for you to act.
Much better decisions - starting from now
Right now I am going to show you two examples of the extraordinary extra growth which we will help you unlock – as you will see, this wasn’t achieved through taking daft risks, but by simply making better informed decisions, and doing so consistently from year to year.
The first example is our Dynamic Cautious Portfolio, where we select funds from the Cautious funds sector, now uninspiringly called the "Mixed 20-60% Shares" fund sector.
Here are the results where we used our process to select outstanding funds.
If you invested £100,000 in 2000, the worst possible time to invest, you generated an EXTRA £192,340 compared to the average Cautious fund (i.e. £384,950 vs £192,610 to December 2016).
It gets better. Our Dynamic Cautious Porfolio also provided more than twice as much growth as a stock market index tracker, with almost half the level of volatility. Impressive.
This is a fantastic outcome - you certainly didn't sacrifice chunky growth by taking a lot less risk.
How much would you pay for the service
which creates that potential for you?
It gets better with this second example. One of our earliest pieces of research focussed on UK growth funds, by far the most popular funds (which populate the UK All Company fund sector).
It covered the 20 years from 1994 to 2014, and here's what we uncovered assuming you invested £100,000 in 1994.
Invested into the average UK growth fund £100,000 became £370,668 - which doesn't sound terrible. (For the avoidance of doubt this is all after charges.)
What if you had a simple, proven, process for selecting funds and applied it consistently?
Then your £100,000 grew to £1,179,114.
And our in-depth research stretching back to the early 1990s informs us that there is a 92% probability of you doing better than average by applying this process, compared to the average fund.
The "process" is our powerful Dynamic Fund Ratings, which I referred to earlier. Whether you are building your own portfolio, or selecting from one of ours, this is what drives your considerable extra profits.