• Dr. Adel Abdel-Latif, MBA

Unattractive old-age savings or rather high-return technology investments?

It's an open secret: the investment market has changed completely just in the last five years.

Interestingly, however, I recognise that the sometimes sluggish investment culture still persists in certain geographical areas.


Specifically, I mean that in the "DACH" regions (Germany. Austria, Switzerland) in particular, people still rely on extremely conservative and outdated securities. Retirement plans and (uncertain) insurance policies, along with some blue chip stocks, still make up the largest share of assets for most investors.


In other regions, for example in the United Arab Emirates, the focus is consistently on technology investments and real estate.

Blockchain and artificial intelligence are particularly in the focus of investors here and also show extremely attractive return opportunities. I am not talking about actual crypto trading here, but about targeted investments in existing and continuously innovating technologies.


For example, at the beginning of this year I myself invested as an angel investor in the development of a unique hedge fund token, which will be launched worldwide next year and covers several operational branches.

Profits here have already risen by almost 100%!

Of course, not all that glitters is gold in these areas; it takes trusting networks and of course a lot of well-founded expertise to really make your money work profitably for you.


Please excuse my usual directness, but I don't see why we should always only make the unprofitable investments mentioned at the beginning by banks and insurance brokers with a view to "old-age savings", when we can already profit from the high returns of innovative technology products at a younger age and thus noticeably increase our lifestyle, advance our own development and secure our family financially.


And it is precisely with this investment philosophy that we operate our extremely profitable and innovative business model!


May I now ask you frankly: do you still want to wait until your retirement provision comes into effect, or do you already want to benefit from excellent returns and the unique development opportunities that come with them?


Once again, the decision is entirely yours...


Cordially,


Yours


Adel Abdel-Latif



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