|Market Linked CDs|
Market Linked Certificates of Deposit (MLCDs)
For investors who place a priority on principal protection, but who wish to maintain some exposure to the markets, Market Linked Certificates of Deposit (MLCDs) may represent an innovative alternative in today's uncertain economy. MLCDs offer principal protection when held to maturity (up to $250,000 of which is insured by the FDIC), but also offer potential returns based on the performance of various market measures, such as gold, silver, equities, commodities, or a basket of foreign currencies. Currently, Euro Pacific Capital is offering three MLCDs for the month of July (each with a minimum investment of $25,000) that track the following strategies and asset classes:
These products will be open for investment through November 25, 2013. We will continue to offer new products on a monthly basis.
Euro Pacific clients who are interested in these products should ask their Investment Consultants for more information. Non-Euro Pacific clients should call Euro Pacific directly at 800-727-7922 and ask to speak with the Client Service Team. Market linked CDs are sold only by prospectus and may not be suitable for all investors. Investors should read the prospectus carefully for a more complete description of the risks associated before investing.
About Market Linked CDs
Risks & Considerations
Purchasing the CDs involves a number of risks. It is suggested that prospective depositors reach a purchase decision only after careful consideration with their financial, legal, accounting, tax and other advisors regarding the suitability of the CDs in light of their particular circumstances. The following highlight some, but not all, of the risks involved in purchasing the CDs.
*FDIC Insurance: FDIC insurance does not protect against loss if the MLCD is sold or redeemed prior to maturity. Furthermore, FDIC insurance applies only to the principal amount and the accrued interest, if any, of the MLCD. Amounts exceeding the FDIC limits are subject to the credit of the issuer.
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Investing in foreign securities involves risks, such as currency fluctuation, political risk, economic changes, and market risks. Precious metals and commodities in general are volatile, speculative, and high-risk investments. As with all investments, an investor should carefully consider his investment objectives and risk tolerance as well as any fees and/or expenses associated with such an investment before investing. International investing may not be suitable for all investors.
Dividend yields change as stock prices change, and companies may change or cancel dividend payments in the future. The fluctuation of foreign currency exchange rates will impact your investment returns. Past performance does not guarantee future returns, investments may increase or decrease in value and you may lose money.
Our investment strategies are based partially on Peter Schiff's personal economic forecasts which may not occur. His views are outside of the mainstream of current economic thought. Investors should carefully consider these facts before implementing our strategy.