Note about Silicon Valley Bank and other banks

Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a US fund incorporated in Wyoming in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares.

The Board of Directors of Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc, would like to inform general public that it has never had any relationship, contact, commercial or financial transaction with Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, First Republic Bank, Zions, Western Alliance, Comerica, UMB Financial, Intrust Financial and Credit Suisse or with any other company connected in any way with these banks. 

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    Note about BTG Pactual S.A.

    Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a US fund incorporated in Wyoming in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares.

    The Board of Directors of Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc, informs general public that it has never had any relationship, contact, commercial or financial transaction with BTG Pactual S.A. and other group´s companies (traded as BPAC11.SA, BTAL11.SA, BTAL11.SA and BPAC11 on B3 in Brazil) or with any other company connected with BTG Pactual S.A. and their group´s companies.

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      Note about Lojas Americanas

      Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a US fund incorporated in Wyoming in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares.

      The Board of Directors of Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc, informs general public that it has never had any relationship, contact, commercial or financial transaction with Lojas Americanas (traded as LAME3 and LAME4 on B3 in Brazil) or with any other company connected with Lojas Americanas.

      Any reports associating an alleged contribution of capital from Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc to Lojas Americanas are unfounded

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        Note about FTX

        Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a US fund incorporated in Wyoming in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares.

        The Board of Directors of Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc, would like to inform general public that it has never had any relationship, contact, commercial or financial transaction with FTX exchange or with any other company connected in any way with the FTX exchange. 

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          Gold & Silver Coins and Bars

          Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a US fund incorporated in Wyoming in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares.

          You can buy gold, platinum, palladium and silver from us in bars, coins, wafers, rounds – even jewellery.

          • Buy, sell or withdraw at anytime.
          • Withdraw your bullion to take physical possession at anytime.
          • You have full direct legal ownership of your physically allocated bullion items always.
          • Your assets are fully insured against all risks at full replacement value. 
          • You will receive a “Vault Certificate” listing all bullion products currently held in vault storage.

          All your metal assets will be securely stored & audited in the best precious metals vault storage in the world – BullionStar

          They are located at 45 New Bridge Rd, Singapore, Postal Code 059398

          Make no mistake: we do not deal with “paper gold”, we sell just real thing.

          And you might read this wonderful article to know more about REAL gold market.

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            Carbon Credit Certificates

            Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a US fund incorporated in Wyoming in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares.

            A carbon credit is a generic term for any certificate or tradable license that represents the right to emit one ton of carbon dioxide or the equivalent amount of a different “greenhouse gas”.

            Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc. Carbon Credit Certificates Series “A” are issued to help you erase your carbon footprint. To end the climate crisis, we need to plant trees, protect rainforests and drain carbon from Earth’s atmosphere.

            To accomplish this task, we issue Carbon Credit Certificates Series “A” and protect the Amazon rainforest by supporting local environmental initiatives, funding carbon reduction and removal projects to neutralize their emissions – and helping Mother Nature heal the Earth.

            Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc. Carbon Credit Certificates Series “A” are issued to help you erase your carbon footprint.

            They are completely electronic and use minimal computational resources – they don’t use blockchain which is polluting – for their emission, thus helping Nature even more.

            The Phoenix Investment Fund’s Carbon Credit Series “A” guarantee that you can make a profit by investing in Earth – and with the contractual repurchase guarantee.

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              Disclaimer

              CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

              Certain information contained in this Presentation contains forward-looking statements, including the intended actions and performance objectives for Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc.( “Fund”), involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other important factors that could cause actual results, performance or achievements of the Fund to differ materially from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. No representation is made, or assurance given that such statements, views, projections or forecasts are correct or that the objectives of the Fund will be achieved or that investors will receive a return of their capital.

              The Fund or its representatives do not assume responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of any forward-looking statements. Due to various risks and uncertainties, actual events or results or the actual performance of the Fund may differ materially from those reflected or contemplated in such forward-looking statements. You are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such statements.

              This presentation has been prepared solely for informational purposes and does not constitute an offer to sale or the solicitation of an offer to buy the securities of the Fund. The offering will be made only to certain accredited investors and qualified clients by means of a confidential private placement memorandum.

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              Prata sobe mais de 70% em um ano e ainda vai mais longe, dizem especialistas

              O preço da prata subiu mais de 70% em 2020 e os analistas da matéria-prima afirmam que a alta provavelmente continuará com a reabertura da economia global. As informações são da rede de televisão americana CNBC.

              A demanda pelo metal precioso disparou nos últimos 12 meses. O primo do ouro estava sendo negociado em cerca de US$ 27 ontem, um aumento de 74% em relação ao ano anterior, quando o preço estava em torno de US$ 15,50. Em comparação, o valor do ouro subiu 6,4% em um ano.

              A prata é integrante de vários produtos do dia a dia, como eletrônicos, fotografia, joias e moedas. A alta condutividade elétrica e a durabilidade conferem ao metal aplicações industriais e tecnológicas. Quase todos os computadores, celulares, automóveis e eletrodomésticos contêm prata, de acordo com o Silver Institute. Os dados da associação mostram que houve mais demanda do que oferta da prata até agora em 2021.

              Mas Ole Hanson, chefe de estratégia de commodities do Saxo Bank, afirmou à CNBC que, embora cerca de 50% da demanda pelo metal fosse industrial, o resto vinha de investidores. Ainda assim, seu uso na indústria foi um dos principais motivos do recente aumento de valor, disse.

              “A demanda industrial é provavelmente a principal razão pela qual vimos a prata superar o ouro, como aconteceu no ano passado … parte disso está definitivamente vindo de metais industriais que estão realmente em frangalhos. Se você olhar para os preços do cobre, eles mais do que dobraram desde que atingiram o ponto mais baixo no ano passado ”, afirmou.

              Matéria publicada no site Valor Econômico: https://valorinveste.globo.com/mercados/internacional-e-commodities/noticia/2021/05/13/prata-sobe-mais-de-70percent-em-um-ano-e-ainda-vai-mais-longe-dizem-especialistas.ghtml – Todos os direitos reservados

              Promissory Notes

              Phoenix Investment Fund, Inc is a fund incorporated in the U.S. in 2018 and registered with the SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) under Rule 506 (c), authorized to issue up to $ 500,000,000.00 (five hundred million dollars) in shares. We currently have four open investment options and all of them bear interest IN DOLLARS.

              • Promissory Notes Series A – where you apply the minimum amount of US$ 10,000.00 (ten thousand dollars) and receive interest of 4% per year in dollars;
              • Promissory Notes Series B – where you apply the minimum amount of US$ 100,000.00 (one hundred thousand dollars) and receive interest of 6% per year in dollars;
              • Promissory Notes Series C – where you apply the minimum amount of US$ 500,000.00 (five hundred thousand dollars) and receive interest of 10% per year in dollars;
              • Promissory Notes Series D – where you apply the minimum amount of US$ 1,000,000.00 (one million dollars) and receive interest of 12% per year in dollars;

              The yield, of course, is the interest rate + the exchange rate in US dollars in relation to the base currency (Brazilian Real, Uruguayan Pesos, Argentine Pesos, etc.)

              Ex: you apply US $ 500,000.00 (five hundred thousand dollars) today, and you receive the original amount + 10% interest in a year = you receive US$ 550,000.00 (five hundred fifty thousand dollars)

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                How to Create Passive Income by Just Owning Promissory Notes

                We’d all love to develop passive income streams. Who wouldn’t want to have money coming in consistently without physically working for it? While no income stream is truly passive, because you do have to invest money, energy, or time initially, but it is possible to set up an income source that pays interest month after month.

                What income source am I talking about? I’m talking about buying promissory notes to make consistent returns. But just like we mentioned, it will require time, due diligence, and money on your part in order to get this investment stream rolling. To help you better understand this aspect of investing, we’ll tell you more about it and go into greater detail about the finer nuances below.

                What Is a Promissory Note

                A promissory note is essentially someone making a promise to pay. Whenever you borrow money, a document is created stating that you are going to pay a lender back. This is the creation of a note. Basically, there are a few very common promissory notes that most people already know about. They include the following:

                • treasury notes
                • contracts for credit cards
                • student loans
                • mortgages
                • loans for businesses
                • loans for personal reasons

                So, if you happen to own the note also known as the “note holder”, you are basically stepping in as the lender or banker. You’ll come to terms and the person borrowing money from you will agree to pay it back over a certain length of time for a certain amount of agreed upon interest. As someone granting or buying promissory notes, you can literally earn relatively passive income by collecting payments and interest on a month by month basis until your loans are fully paid back.

                The Most Common Ways to Invest in Promissory Notes

                Some types of promissory note investing are more common than others. Some of the more common and effective options include:

                • Hard money lending – this type of lending is known as asset-backed lending and typically speaking it will be backed by real property. As an example, if you plan to fix and flip up properties and you’re looking for a loan to purchase a new house and fix it up, you can often find it difficult to get a loan from a traditional lender. Investors can take out hard money loans from a private lender. And if you were to default on the loan, the lender will have a first position lien on the property if you were to default. The lender will legally own your property in this case.
                • Performing real estate promissory notes – if you were to invest in performing real estate notes, you would be investing in notes where the borrower consistently makes their payments month after month. The loan is in good standing and as an investor, you have the option to pay a specific sum of money to purchase the note and you’ll begin receiving the payments instead. Basically, in this situation you become the bank and you will hold the mortgage loan until it’s paid off by the borrower.
                • Nonperforming real estate promissory notes – when you purchase a note that is considered nonperforming, as the lender you realize that the borrower is no longer making payments on these notes. Ultimately, buying this type of note means you are hoping to get paid either through collections or by getting the property in foreclosure. Noteholders in this situation often sell them at a serious discount to make some of their money back because they don’t feel like going through the foreclosure process. If you understand how nonperforming notes work, you could do very well with this investment as long as you know how to navigate collections and foreclosures.
                • Small business lending – when businesses first open their doors they often find themselves in need of startup capital. Many businesses will take out loans from traditional lenders and essentially they will create a promissory note. Sometimes they’ll find it hard to get money from a traditional bank so they will ask private investors for loans which also create a promissory note as well. As a lender, you can create promissory notes and make loans to small businesses. But do your homework and fully vet the business ahead of time because most small businesses fail within the first five years.
                • Peer-to-peer lending – peer-to-peer lending is very popular right now and websites like Prosper and Lending Club are thriving and so are there members. Many people looking for small short-term loans visit P2P lending sites to get a loan to make a small purchase or consolidate debt or they may need the money for a number of different reasons. They ultimately borrow from many investors and promise to pay back the money within a specific period of time. You can enter the world of peer-to-peer lending and collect regular monthly payments and interest from a group of your peers.
                • Treasury notes a.k.a. T notes – these notes have a fixed interest rate and maturity deadline and they come from the US government. This note is basically an IOU from Uncle Sam in which he promises to pay you back your money within 1 to 10 years at a specific interest rate that you will collect every six months. Treasury bills mature in less than a year, treasury notes mature within 1 to 10 years, and treasury bonds reach maturity in 30 years.

                Excerpts from BREIA – Broward Real Estate Investors Association. All rights reserved