Genius Funds is an investment firm and operates two investment funds, yielding from 5 to 9% R.O.I. weekly. These are investments in real securities, options and futures. Because Genius Funds is located outside the scope of main regulatory bodies, investment methods, that are not permitted under various regulatory statutes in the United States, UK, and other developed and developing countries, are being utilized. These investment methods are normally only available to institutional investors or professional investors. This means higher profits being passed down to retail investors.
Today’s economic environment is very dynamic and complex. Fast developing technologies and expanding financial globalization provide a wide range of investment opportunities. Globalization allows an investors to invest in a Indian mutual fund, or textile plant in Singapore, or in any number of other expanding financial markets, all without ever having to leave the comfort of their home.
Emerging economies of Eastern Europe and East Asia are now providing some of the most lucrative and healthy investment opportunity environments available. The main type of global investment is the investment fund. This investment tool attracts the resources of many investors, world-wide, and invests them in a variety of stocks, bonds, and other securities. The main advantage of an investment fund is that it provides access to a range of sophisticated investments through a managed service.
Genius Funds has two investment funds: the Emerging Markets Growth Fund (EMGF) and the World Bond Market Fund (WBMF), as well as a High Yield Deposit Account (HYDA).
The EMGF investments are made in countries with S&P ratings of BB+, or higher. Investments are diversified across many industries, focusing mainly on the country’s leading industry, one producing 20%+ of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). For example, the KASE stock exchange of Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan (S&P rating of BBB), where the fund is invested heavily in the energy market. Kazakhstan has one of the largest underdeveloped (non-OPEC) oil reserves in the world. The energy export of this market produces a major portion of Kazakhstan’s GDP. This section of the country’s economy has a very low likelihood of investment failure. The share price of the EMGF is $1 per share, and income generated by the fund is distributed to shareholders daily, at a rate of between 1.1 and 1.9 percent, based on amount invested in the fund. Shares totaling between $10-$499 (Common shares) earn 1.1% – 1.2%, $500-$4,999 (Preferred shares) earn 1.1% – 1.4%, and Premium shares earn 1.3% – 1.9% ($5,000+).
The WBMF mainly invests in investment-grade income-only securities. However, up to 30% of its funds may be invested into equities, futures, and commodities. The portfolio looks for long-term capital growth by investing in securities of companies located in emerging economies, in such nations as China and India, where social and/or business activity is in the process of rapid growth and industrialization, where growth potential is likely to outpace market expectations. Most countries in which Genius Funds invests WBMF have S&P ratings of BB+ or higher. Investments are diversified across many industries, focusing on industries producing at least 20% of a country’s GDP. Income generated with WBMF is distributed to shareholders weekly, at rates of 6%-6.5% for Common shares, 6.5%-7% for Preferred shares, and 7.4%-9% for Preferred shares.
The Genius High Yield Deposit Account (HYDA) combines high returns and the flexibility of your local bank. HYDA is a fixed interest deposit account with no term of deposit. This means that funds can be withdrawn at any time. The interest on the Genius HYDA is payable daily and there is a $300 minimum deposit requirement, balances falling below $300 stop earning interest. A ten-day notice must be given prior to withdrawing funds from your Genius HYDA account.