An average return of 20%, who wouldn't want that?
Successful investing is based on Value Investment. Warren Buffett is the most famous example of someone who has proven that Value Investing pays off. 'Be greedy when others are fearful, and be fearful when others are greedy'.
Any person who loaned Warren Buffett an amount of $ 10,000 in 1965, and held on to those shares, will currently have assets worth over $ 300,000,000.00. This constitutes an average return of no less than 20% per year!
SOLAR Value Fund
Solar Value Fund Ltd. is intended for clients who want to place the management of a portion of their equity entirely in other hands. The equity is invested long-term in international securities markets.
Important hallmarks of Solar Value Fund Ltd. are international diversification, investment in undervalued companies, a strong focus on cash flow, and selected companies holding a dominant position in the market in which they operate.
The selected companies will have a market capitalization of between USD 1 billion and USD 10 billion. The market value of the stocks to be purchased must be substantially undervalued in view of their real value as calculated from company balance sheet ratios and cash flow.
"Rule No.1: Never lose money. Rule No.2: Never forget rule No.1"
"Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful."
- Warren E. Buffett