REO Capital has been chosen to represent the CAMI Funds - Gold Coin Funds to Raise $250 Million in new AUM for their 3 new gold coin funds. We are excited to be able to bring to the institutional investors a Niche product that is very timely in this uncertain economy, that has a good past performance and who we believe have an offering that will be attractive to our clients in this market. CAMI Funds has over 60 years combined professional experience trading precious metals successfully with a proven track record for the state of Ohio Pension Fund. CAMI maintains one of the Largest Inventories of Classic Rarities in the industry, and as one of the foremost certified rare coin dealers in the world.
The First Gold Coin Unleveraged Fund could pay an Approximate ROI of 15%, The 2nd Leveraged Gold Coin Fund could pay an Approximate ROI of 30%, and 3rd Fixed Gold Coin Fund is paying Approximately some 5.25%.
Gold is cheaper today than it was in 1980! Investors should consider allocating gold coins and other precious metals to a diversified investment portfolio. The supply of gold is constrained, and we see demand increasing consistent with global economic growth on a per capita basis. Regarding inflation in particular, we feel that the Federal Reserve’s decision to begin a third round of quantitative easing makes gold even more attractive.
Investors must also consider valuation, especially since some believe gold is overpriced. There is no doubt that gold prices, which averaged $1,630 in August, are high. However, in inflation-adjusted terms, gold is 12% below its 1980 peak. Inflation in 1980 hit 15% year-over-year, and inflation today is running much lower so some may question the validity of comparisons to 1980. While inflation over the next several years is likely to be higher, on average, than it has been over the past 20 years and that the tail risks are for much higher inflation, this speaks more to the outlook for the nominal price of gold.
Gold could hit an all-time high of $8890 by summer 2014, driven up by a third round of quantitative easing in the US. The first round of QE in February 2009 caused the gold price to increase rapidly from a base of $900/oz -from which it has never looked back. BlackRock fund manager Evy Hambro who invests in the precious metals, such as Gold Coins and gold equities, predicted that QE3 could result in the gold price hitting US $8890/oz by the middle of summer 2014. In fact over the next two years, gold could be sitting safely at $8,890 an ounce.
Now, before you tell me I've gone bonkers, $8,890 may well end up being a conservative estimate when you adjust for inflation.
Email REO Capital to recieve the Executive Summary, and Private Placement Memoradum - PPM on the Three Gold Coin Funds for your Due Diligence review before you invest.
REO Capital/ Debere Partners
Detroit, MU USA
London, England UK