Multicurrency Portfolios are Below and the latest Multi Currency Portfolio Performance Update

by | Oct 6, 2007 | Archives

Multicurrency portfolios will be reviewed at our next International Investment and Business course in Cotacachi we will review the five multi currency portfolios we created November 1, 2006.  Here is how they have performed this year.

Portfolios 2007 Mar 27  June 28 July 20 Aug 17  Sept 28 Oct 5
Swiss Samba 16.15% 44.80% 45.84% 15.19%  44.40%  47.94%
Emerging Market 12.81% 54.31%  67.67% 30.50% 103.22% 105.22%
Dollar Short  20.12% 33.81% 40.31% 9.14% 42.71% 42.06%
Dollar Neutral  16.58% 37.64% 38.07% 13.56% 34.74% 37.10%
Green 86.86% 178.28% 214.15% 110.93% 220.22% 236.47%

Note the performance of the Emerging Market Portfolio since last November, is up 105.22%.  

The 2006 model Emerging Market Portfolio we created and tracked was up 114%. 

I will conduct most of the November 9-10 and 11, 2007 course in Cotacachi but have also invited Peter Conradsen and  Henrik Villumsen from Jyske Bank to speak and be available for private consultations (no added cost).   Jyske Bank is one of the leading international investing and currency managers in the world. Their trading room process $50 billion of business a day. So this next course makes a huge amount of global investing information available to you.

We hope to see you there.


P.S.  I write and speak mostly from experience… not theory. This means I have my own multi currency portfolio (and have for decades).  At the upcoming course we will share our investing beliefs and introduce our 2008 model portfolios.   They are:

We continue with the Green Portfolio but to make comparisons with the other new sandwiches we reset the portfolio.

We continue with the Emerging Markets Portfolio but shift the leverage One times leverage to the Swiss franc and Singapore dollar.

We add an Infrastructure Portfolio of six shares leveraged two times with yen and Swiss franc loans.

We add a Blue Chip Portfolio of six shares leverage six shares leveraged two times with yen and Swiss franc loans.

We add a Danish Health Portfolio of six Danish companies leveraged one time with a Swiss franc loan.

Plus we are adding a sixth non leveraged Dollar Short Portfolio for dollar based investor.

Join us at our Hotel Meson de las Flores for our next three courses or just the International Business & Investing Made EZ in Ecuador , November 9-10 and 11.

We also invest in global real estate and one of our purchases is the hotel, El Meson de las Flores , where we conduct our courses.

Delegates love the warm, colonial atmosphere so conducive to learning, the friendly staff and really low room rates ($49 to $69 plus 22% service and tax).   This includes a delightful and huge breakfast including fresh squeezed tropical juice, fresh fruit, granola or quinoa, eggs, ham or bacon, toast and coffee, tea or herbal tea served Al Fresco in the sunny courtyard.  Ecuador ‘s weather in November is normally perfect, 50 degrees at night and mid 70s during the day with full sunshine…a nice break from northern autumn’s grey.


You can see more about El Meson, where you can stay (subject to availability) during the course.

Join us in Ecuador for all three of our November courses and save $398. See


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Because of the performance of our portfolios one of the largest financial publishers has started publishing our Multi Currency Educational Service.  The first orders are in and I am waiting for a price analysis (as they tested several prices)


Once they inform me of the new price which could be any day our subscription rate will rise. This may be the last weekend to subscribe or extend your subscription at the low, existing $149 price.  To take advantage and save during these last days simply go to