Long-term: Bernstein Value & Income Portfolio / Short-term: Accumulating Interest - Cash Deposit Certificates
Two solutions for different needs - connected by jointly creating economic value
The BVIP investment approach combines time-tested principles of value investing (first esta-blished by Benjamin Graham, successfully implemented by Warren Buffett) with modern investment management tools
We have been investing our own funds following the "Ten Commandments" since 2011, consistently generating yields of 10% and above. The annual hurdle rate of the BVIP is 8%. Performance was -3.35% in December of 2022.
We have set-up a program for short-term cash investments for flexible durations from one to twelve months at competitive rates. The investment program is called "ACI-DC", which stands for Accumulating Cash Interest Deposit Certificates
The edge of the Accumulating Cash Interest Deposit Certificates ("ACI-DC") is the payment of bonus interest in case the initial placement period is extended. The bonus increases with each prolongation. Details are presented hereafter …
Bernstein Value & Income Portfolio ("BVIP")
The BVIP investment approach combines time-tested principles of value investing (first esta-blished by Benjamin Graham, successfully implemented by Warren Buffett) with modern investment management tools. We have been investing our own funds following the "Ten Commandments" since 2011, consistently generating yields of 8% and above. Our 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 returns were 8.86%, 10.52%, 8.33%,-4.49%, 47.20%, 25.98%, 7.82% and -14.29% respectively. The BVIP unit lost 3.35% in December of 2022.
Accumulating Cash Interest - Deposit Certificates ("ACI-DC")
If you invest cash for the short-term you usually do not know exactly when you need it back. If you deposit your cash for 2 or 3 years, you may need it back earlier. If you deposit it with the option for immediate withdrawal you usually get only nominal or no interest. The ACI-DC address that issue: you deposit the money with a term of only one month, i.e. you can get all of it back at the end of each month. If the money stays with us longer, we pay a bonus interest on the remaining balance. The longer the money is invested - the better the return. That is how it should be: full flexibility and rewards if you keep the money longer ...