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An average return of 20%, who wouldn't want that?

Warren Buffett is the most famous example of someone who has proven that Value Investing pays off. 'Be greedy when others are fearful, and be fearful when others are greedy'. Any person who invested an amount of $ 10,000 in Warren Buffet back in 1965, and held on to those shares, will currently have assets worth over $ 300,000,000.00. This constitutes an average return of no less than 20% per year!

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Solar Asset Management

Solar Asset Management applies the same investment strategy as Warren Buffet, thereby differentiating ourselves from the approach adopted by other asset managers. This strategy has enabled Solar Asset Management to become one of the top independent asset management companies in Curaçao and Aruba. Solar Asset Management not only applies a truly different investment policy, it also provides a unique service. Our asset managers also travel the world and some has met Warren Buffet on several occasions, as well as other icons in the investment world. 

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Solar Asset Management, one of the top independent asset management companies in Curaçao and Aruba. The company's truly unique approach sets it apart from its competitors.
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According to Jan Hatzius, chief economist at Goldman Sachs, the U.S. has more than $1.5 trillion in forced excess savings thanks to all the stimulus packages, depressed consumption, and containment measures such as lockdowns and travel restrictions. Seeing that all these variables are still at play, the forced excess savings are expected to rise to $2.4 trillion (11% of GDP) by the time we reach a “normal” economic life, said the economist. This is expected around mid-year. More

Markets were on a slight decline in the beginning of the week where tech stocks took the lead and value stocks held their own. Oil prices retracted from recent highs as well. Fed Chair, Jerome Powell, announced mid-week that the U.S. economy is improving but stated that it is doing so unevenly. The Fed plans to keep the interest rates low for the coming years and will continue to buy government bonds. The markets started moving back upwards after Powell’s comments with the DOW reaching new all-time highs. This reversed again later in the week due to surging bond yields. As mentioned in the previous newsletter,[...]

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