The Gulf States are net creditor and not the debtor. At a price of USD 70 per barrel the experts of J. P. Morgan estimate the capacity of the GCC States to over seven Trillion by $2012 about twice as much as currently. This leads to enormous budget surpluses, which continue to stabilize the course of expansion continue. This means continued high profit prospects for companies and projects. Additionally, growth industries are State-supported, which ensures high yields at reduced risks. INVESTMENT: what are the best counter-cyclical investments? Middle East best select: sure basically is a great way to invest counter-cyclically, and if you reliably know the cycles.
As shown in the recent past, the investment professionals on the exchanges but not even proficient. Many investment wisdom and recipes have already long since no longer apply. Rather than search for new rules, we recommend to invest in crisis-resistant markets or projects. Investments of the MIDDLE EAST BEST SELECT Fund in the Arab markets correlate with global markets or the markets of developing countries. You correlate not even with oil price developments and also not with the interest rate markets, since no absorption of foreign capital fund at the Fund level at the Mifflin.
INVESTMENT: What opportunities for investors by your funds? “Middle East best select: the motto of the Mifflin fund investing with the Royal houses” describes exactly how this Fund is actually invested. The Fund prefers investments where the ruling houses are even engaged. Our exclusive co-investments are typically with attractive yield opportunities and Government securities and not everyone accessible. Through the co-investments are bundled to the great benefit of fund investors – investor interests and perceived by influential figures on the spot. Investments of this kind are typically orders of magnitude by minimum two-digit million up to billions. By the Fund able to participate also with smaller tranches is unique network access and exclusive cooperation with investment banks in the Gulf.