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Retirees and Pre-Retirees Are Making Money Hand Over Fist . . .
Collecting "Payment-On-Demand" Certificates
...and They Know Precisely How Much They'll Make BEFORE They Invest
When Allan Nossa Bought 25 "Payment-On-Demand" Certificates for $11,375 on April 30, 2009, He Knew Exactly What His Return Would be...
These Certificates Entitle Him ...BY LAW... to Collect $28,867.25 on March 30, 2012. His Profit Will Be Precisely $17,492.25...Making a 153.7% Return on His Money... (This locked-in return is due to be paid regardless of the stock market and the economy)
If You Get Involved NOW, You Could Lock In Gains Of Up To 152.1% (Or More) By September 21, 2009 Read on to Learn How...
With a simple call to your broker you could lock in a return of up to152.1% or more. In a minute, Ill give you the exact instructions to give your broker.
And what's even more exciting is that the money would be payable "on demand" on this exact date: March 30, 2012. Before you invest you'd know exactly how much you're set to make, and when you're set to make it.
But unlike every other investment out there, this one is not an idle speculation...it's not conditional on the whims of the market or the state of the economy. Why? Because the issuer is required BY LAW to pay you the exact return on the exact date.
You can buy as many as you want...
If you were to buy 2 of these "payment-on-demand" certificates at $458 each, you'd collect exactly $2,309.38 by March 30, 2012, making a $1,393.38 profit. If you were to buy 20, you'd collect exactly $23,093.80 and make a profit of $13,933.80.
How much you make is entirely up to you...Plus, it's 100% passive income. You don't have to hover over a computer monitor 24/7, invest in risky stocks or speculate on volatile options. You can use this money for living expenses, to fund a child's education or pay off your mortgage. Many people reinvest these profits to replenish crushed retirement portfolios.
Once you make this simple call to your broker, all you do is wait the allotted time, then cash in your certificate for your big pre-determined gain.
How to Get the Returns of Fast-Moving Stocks with a Fraction of the Risk
Many people are starting to realize this is the best way to build a secure nest egg for their retirement... They get the returns of fast-moving stocks with a fraction of the risk and volatility. Barron's reported that "payment-on-demand" certificates give you "an equity-like return with a third of the volatility" of stocks.
These certificates are issued by U.S. corporations as a way to raise capital. Here are a few more examples from thousands of publically-documented transactions involving "payment-on-demand" certificates...
On October 2, 2008, William Armistead bought some "payment-on-demand" certificates issued by Sally Mae with the following scheduled return...
Payment Date: October 25, 2011
Scheduled Return: 246.7%
If you had bought 40 of these "payment-on-demand"certificates, you would be all set to collect a locked-in gain of $34,532. It's like cashing a check... The issuer is legally obligated to pay you. You just present your certificates for payment, and the company is required by law to pay..
At 2:17 in the afternoon of April 29, 2009, Martin Kartchner gave his broker a special code that enabled him to lock in the following return on "payment-on-demand"certificates issued by a division of General Electric...
Payment Date: June 15, 2012 Scheduled Return: 208.8%
Ellen Stein gave instructions to her broker to buy "payment-on-demand"certificates from International Leasing Corporation on February 27, 2009. When the payment comes due, Ellen is will collect the following return, no matter what happens to the economy or the stock market...
Payment Date: September 5, 2012 Scheduled Return: 197.5%
On September 5, 2012 she'll earn a $82,960 profit from collecting 100 of these "payment-on-demand"certificates by simply waiting the prescribed time. She doesn't care if the company's sales are up or down. She'll get paid no matter what. In fact, the only thing that would keep her from getting paid would be if the company went bankrupt-and even then, holders of these certificates are the most likely investors to get paid. And we only recommend the highest investment grade certificates
It like getting a check that's payable at a future date. Almost every business of any substance and means honors their checks. If they don't they won't stay in business very long. These "checks"are drawn on the corporate accounts of the biggest, most successful companies in America, with superior credit ratings.
"It like getting a check that's payable at a future date."
It takes all the guesswork out of investing. Many people have sworn off the markets... and are instead collecting "payment-on-demand"certificates. Retirees are wild about this because it's so easy and safe to make money.
Why You've Never Heard of These Investments Before. . .
For a long time these "payment-on-demand" certificates, were almost exclusively the realm of big investors. No little guys were involved. Hedge funds, banks, brokerages and insurance companies have traded them for years for amazing profits. Yet most small investors knew nothing about "payment-on-demand" certificates...and focus exclusively on the stock market.
But all that's starting to change since the stock market has become so uncertain... Read More
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