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A fund for investing in all economic cycles

"Many of us seem to have a have a sense for what is coming. Based on years of research and identified cycles,

I believe I have more than a sense.

I will position this fund around what I consider to be the strongest demographic trends around the world.
It is the future we must look to. I hope you might join me in the journey!"

Harry S. Dent, Jr

A focus on the future

Harry’s research is the basis for the belief that the greatest boom and bubble in the history of the world cannot last. That the current pandemic is a key trigger to correction.

The Fund will invest having regard to the changes in economic seasons which Harry believes are coming.

The Fund will build diversification, reaching globally to exploit the cycles that drive economic change.

A focus will be where the baby boomers and rising Asian middle class consumers will be spending their money over the next decade, and the Fund will likely give investors exposure to aged care, health care, cosmetics and tourism.

And yes, the immensely strong urbanisation and demographic trends rising from Southeast Asia and India are on our radar!

How to invest?

Invest before 29 October 2020 and pay no entry costs!

Start by reading the PDS.

You can apply and pay online, for most investors this is completed in minutes. Get underway with little as A$10,000.

We suggest that you invest for five years or longer. But you can withdraw daily in normal market conditions.

Who can invest?

There are no restrictions on investor types: trustees, companies, individuals and others can invest. For the moment though, this fund is only available in Australia and New Zealand. We are working towards a fund that is available to investors in other countries.

What does it cost?

Our goal is to make this fund, like the future, for everyone.

If you invest A$10,000 you will pay A$175 a year in management fees and usual expenses. There can be additional costs, and you will probably need to pay tax sometime: an important detail is in the product disclosure statement.