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Mexican Gold Bonds For Sell

Need a buyer for an 1851 Benito Suarez (Maximillian) bond $20,000 pesos. Seroius offers please. [email protected] s.com  (Oct 1, 2011 | post #122)

Banking

1843 Black Eagle Mexican Bond for Sale

Hi, I have a client with an 1843 Black Eagle 100,000 pesos to sell. Please contact me ASAP. [email protected] s.com  (Sep 9, 2011 | post #19)

Banking

LTN’s (Letra Do Tesouro Nacional) on euroclear

A direct copy from Euroclear for LTNs: 1 results for ISIN equals US46626LGZ76 Name ISIN US46626LGZ76 024895467 USD 30 Mar 2006 27 Jun 2011 24 Jun 2011 G BOND 04 Jun 2011 Back to search Check it out for yourself. Then you decide.  (Sep 7, 2011 | post #12)

Financial Services

Bank Instrument Loans against BGs, SBLCs, MTNS, CDS

Also I have a provider to give non-recourse loans against instruments which can be recycled every 2 months. They give about 50% LTV but it is repeated 6 times a year (so 300% in total). They have a simple procedure (CIS and screenshots) and give cash in 48-72 hours. If this cash is put into a top bank then we can easily put it into a PPP and generate regular profits. Thanks. Regards, Stephen Lord Harrison [email protected] s.org Skype:forexman8  (Mar 8, 2011 | post #278)

Financial Services

Bank Instrument Loans against BGs, SBLCs, MTNS, CDS

We continually receive inquiries seeking access to private placement trade programs for small investors with as little as $1 million and up. I have good news in that regard. We can place those directly in the manner as described in the attached document which you will find quite favorable. The key question that always arises relates to the movement of funds. These type of investors must realize that in order to participate at this very low level, some concessions must be made on their part. But not many. So do funds have to move for amounts of $1M+? That answer is yes, but they move into the client's own bank account which the trader sets-up in the sole name of the investor’s off-shore corporation. The account is in the trader’s bank in Europe. The trader will set the account up without the investor having to go there. Actually they set up two accounts for the investor, one for the investment principle and one for receiving the profits. This trade has been around for 20 years and they have never lost anyone’s money. They have some options that can make a one million dollar investor into a billionaire in two years or so. The trade cannot be made with an individual, only an offshore corp. (not US corp.). We can help with that if needed. Perhaps you have clients who can see the value of this opportunity and arrangement. Stephen Lord Harrison [email protected] s.org  (Mar 8, 2011 | post #277)

Banking

Not happy with bank interest rates? How to get more out o...

Sterling Traders Ltd, a London based company, specialising in Foreign exchange funds, announce the launch of their new Diamond Managed forex account. With the huge losses in the stock market and major investment banks failing now is the time to look at alternative investments. The Foreign Exchange market (forex) is the largest market in the world. There are massive amount of money being made with all the volatility of this market but it can be very risky for the inexperienced trader, that´s why you need a professional forex fund manager to do the trading. Managed Fund services are designed to appeal to clients that are looking for long term capital growth with a limited downside risk. Utilizing the latest currency trading technologies various trading companies that offer managed accounts are able to offer the highest quality of professional services while at the same time, remaining flexible and cost effective for its forex clients. According to Stephen Lord Harrison MBA, CEO of Sterling Traders Ltd, a London based fund management company “Our managed funds program was created by our own profitable, market tested professionals with an emphasis on risk management using appropriate stop loss and strict money management policies.” Key features of a Forex managed Fund are typically as follows: •Actively managed accounts with trades monitored continuously • Substantial capital growth. • No upfront, joining or management fees. Only net profit share payable as a percentage of capital growth •100% transparent. Funds stay under client's control at all times. The management company has no access to client funds • Account can be monitored 24/7 • Strict money management rules • Client can access broker status reports at any time •Minimum investment is now only US$5,000 • Accounts held at large brokerage house •No fund pools. Funds held in individual client accounts unlike any other managed funds The management company does not hold any funds and acts only as a Trading Agent. Funds remain liquid at all times, and clients have the convenience to add or withdraw funds at anytime. Says Stephen Lord Harrison,” We at Sterling Traders Ltd have a very simple objective: to maximize capital growth whilst managing risks”. If you are not satisfied with how much your bank is paying you, if you are interested in a great opportunity contact Sterling Traders Ltd For additional information contact the CEO, Stephen Lord Harrison MBA at: [email protected] ders.com Visit Sterling Traders Ltd at: www.sterling-trade rs.com Sterling Traders Ltd is a privately held company, registered at Companies House in London, England, with additional offices in Barcelona, Bogotá and Accra. The company was founded by Stephen Lord Harrison MBA who has more than two decades of finance and business experience and is an expert in identifying investment opportunities in various markets. Risk of Forex Trading Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #1)