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Principal Protected Index Investing Provides Innovative Method to Significantly Reduce Stock Market Loss and Risk
Date:6/24/2010

The worlds first patent pending method that allows for significant risk reduction for index investing. Investors can now confidently invest into various equity indices and have the losses significantly limited or capped while reinvesting index gains accrued to lock in both principal and gains, sometimes referred to as the "Ratchet Effect." Between 95-100% of the principal value is invested and backed by FDIC insured bank certificates of deposit or short-term US government bonds.

(PRWEB) June 24, 2010 -- Index investing has grown to be a significant part of the global money management industry. Many investors have equity index exposure with in their investment portfolios. The traditional method for mitigating index and investment portfolio risk were to diversify using asset allocation models and rebalancing to reallocate portfolio returns to other areas of the allocation model. "This strategy has worked well in the past however the current markets are not responding well to traditional methods of risk reduction," according to Dr. VanderPal CFP®, President of Skyline Capital Management®.

Economic events and the need for safety of investor’s money provided the framework for a revolutionary and back-tested method of investing called the Principal Protected Index™ program. Both domestic and international patents are pending using this innovative approach to index investing. Our unique program allows clients to receive capital gains in upward or downward moving markets while protecting up to one hundred (100%) of the clients principal in FDIC insured bank Certificates of Deposits (CDs) or short-term U.S. government bonds. Over time, the gains earned and recognized from market participation are reinvested back into the principal amount maintained in FDIC insured bank CDs or short-term U.S. government bonds, creating a ratchet effect and locking in gains to pr
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