Alternative investments supply hope to investors in British assets

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2015-06-26 12:41:32

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Alternative investments supply hope to investors in British assets

A new report on the euro suggests holders of British shares need to consider alternative investments

Investors in British companies face the prospect of worrying share price fluctuations if the euro breaks up, according to a new report.

Deloitte's survey of chief financial officers (CFOs)reveals a strong opinion that a euro collapse would be disastrous for British businesses, due to the likely credit crunch that would follow.

"CFOs are now working on the assumption that Britain will fall back into recession. They see a 54% chance of a 'double-dip', up from just 27% a year ago," commented Ian Stewart, Deloitte's chief economist.

The CFOspredict that there is a 33% chance that a country will leave the euro during 2012.

Against such as backdrop, it is little wonder that increasing numbers of investors are looking to alternative investments as a way to provide diversity, and no little enjoyment, for their portfolios.

Alternative investments such as rare autographs have offered strong returns for years.

Take Neil Armstrong, for example. His signature has risen in value from 550 ($860) in 2000 to 5,950 ($9,300) in 2011, according to the PFC40 Autograph Index. That's a rate of 24.17% pa.

Demand for the first man on the moon's autograph is increasing rapidly, but he stopped signing in the early 1990's.

Magazine page signed by Neil Armstrong

Where there is rarity coupled with growing demand, there can only be increasing value.

We have a superb Life magazine front cover signed by Armstrong available for 4,950 (approx. $7,760).

As with all our stock items, you will also receive:

A certificate of authenticity with lifetime moneyback guarantee

Free insured delivery

Free storage (if required)

Space collectibles are booming at the moment. The checklist that helped the Apollo 13 crew get home following damage to their craft recently sold for $388,375.

To purchase the item or to discuss other alternative investments, contact us at:

info@paulfrasercollectibles.com

+44 (0) 117 933 9503

Or click here to register your interestin alternative investments.

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