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Hard Assets

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Unlike financial assets such as stocks and bonds, hard or “tangible” assets represent ownership in physical assets.  These assets include energy, agriculture and metals as well as real estate.  We identify investments that will benefit as the amount of paper currency in the global system continues to expand.  These investments will perform well in the current weak growth environment, but are poised to excel as an inflationary path takes hold.    We combine our own research with recommendations from outside research firms to arrive at WindRock’s Preservation Fund strategy.  Our strategy is to preserve the real purchasing power of client assets from the inflationary damage caused by currency debasement. The Preservation Fund invests in a diversified mix of assets in the following categories:

  • Precious Metals
    • physical gold and silver
    • mining stocks
  • Select Foreign Currencies
    • focus on countries with stable balance sheets
    • includes energy, agriculture and industrial metals
  • Commodities
    • current focus on farmland
  • Unique Trades
    • commodity or industry specific investments poised to appreciate based on anticipated trends

 

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