> The annual return of 14% is guaranteed for 5 years also. < I have NO IDEA at all about this investment, but I have a word of advice. Check out, in great detail,what exactly is meant by "guarenteed 14% return"I find such wording extremely suspicious. Does the "14% return" that you receive include 'return of capital' - in other words, does the guarenteed 'dividend' actually have some chance to include pay back of your principle instead of true "net gain" ?I ask because there are some 'income oriented' closed-end mutual funds that pay fixed "dividends" -but if the real income and net gains on the fund's investments don't meet the needs, then the fund merely makes up the difference by 'returning your capital' - paying back some principle. Awfully messy, tax wise, and not quite the same as a guarenteed "14% return".OTOH, if there were some way to enforce the guarentee, then 14%/year for 5 years would more-or-less return your initial investment to you. We are going to request copies of their financial reports Can't think of a better place to start than there.Don't turn over any money to anybody until you know all of the details, risks and contingencies.Cheers - - D
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