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Accelerated Capital Firm Inc. is a Private Income Investment Club that educates its members to operate in the Stock and Foreign Exchange Markets. Through effective trading strategies and risk management, our members are empowered to succeed and earn generational wealth.
The Company is certified by the International Financial Market Relations Regulation Center (IFMRRC) which guarantees its compliance to providing fair and high quality service to its members.
OUR GOAL: To ensure that 100% of our members are in a significantly better financial position than they were when we first met. Seeing our members being educated, enriched and empowered in the financial markets is our passion and the reason why we continue to strive for their satisfaction.
Our Team is comprised of many experienced professionals but what stands out the most about us is our commitment to ethics and integrity. You can count on us for unbiased recommendations and impartial guidance.
Having an understanding of how markets work is a prerequisite for building any investment strategy that provides an edge. Knowing the "why" is an important first step. We have studied market behavior and followed the research of the brightest investment minds to develop our beliefs. These core concepts provide a foundation upon which we build our strategies.
Traditional investment management says that an investor’s asset allocation determines their risk and return profile. More risk is required in order to get the potential for larger returns. The problem is that these returns come with the price of increased volatility and risk that most investors cannot tolerate. Ultimately, investors are f
Traditional investment management says that an investor’s asset allocation determines their risk and return profile. More risk is required in order to get the potential for larger returns. The problem is that these returns come with the price of increased volatility and risk that most investors cannot tolerate. Ultimately, investors are forced to choose between potential increased returns and safety. Our active management approach aims to get the best of both worlds – competitive returns with reduced volatility though the use of a proven strategy governed by objective rules.
Benjamin Graham is known as “The Dean of Wall Street.” He famously said, “The essence of investment management is the management of risk, not the management of returns.” The key to good returns over multiple market cycles is limiting losses in down markets. It’s not how much you make in up markets, it’s how much you don’t lose in down mar
Benjamin Graham is known as “The Dean of Wall Street.” He famously said, “The essence of investment management is the management of risk, not the management of returns.” The key to good returns over multiple market cycles is limiting losses in down markets. It’s not how much you make in up markets, it’s how much you don’t lose in down markets. The MVP Portfolios are built with risk management at their core.
Perhaps the most popular reason why people invest in companies is to earn a return on their investments, also known as profit. Investments made through the purchase of stocks and bonds or by extending a loan are expected to provide the owner passive investment income and capital appreciation at a rate that exceeds the rate the owner would earn through safer or more traditional ways of putting his money to work, such as by keeping money in a savings account or buying a piece of real estate.
Investing in a company by buying shares of common voting stock gives you an ownership interest in the company and a right to influence its affairs. Individuals and other entities can make a strategic decision to purchase available shares of stock of a public corporation that will give the investor the right to vote at shareholders meeting and potentially affect management decisions and appointments to the board of directors.
Often, people will choose to invest in a company because they have confidence in the business acumen or passion of the management team. This reason can support investment decisions by relatives who choose to invest in a family member's new business idea, to angel investors who make an investment decision based on an entrepreneur's credentials and passion for a project, to major investors who may look at the track record of a management team that has experienced past business success.
Investors are typically advised to diversify their investments, so their money is dispersed to different types of investment vehicles to reduce the risk that a downturn in any one industry will inordinately impact the value of an investor's portfolio. One of the reasons why people invest in the stock market generally and a particular company specifically is to properly diversify their investment portfolio by type of investment and type of industry. For example, a diversified investor might invest in real estate and the stock market and choose to buy stock in both IBM and Walmart.
Strategically, investors choose companies to invest in by analyzing a company's financial, managerial, operational and market position to identify a stock that has been undervalued. Buying stock that you feel is undervalued is a gamble on the likelihood that the market will eventually recognize the company's true value and the stock price will go up, resulting in a profit for everyone who purchased stock in the company while the shares were selling at a bargain.
A functional reason to invest in a company is because it pays a dividend. A dividend is a periodic distribution of profits to shareholders. Companies that pay regular dividends provide a passive income stream to investors. A company that achieves positive earnings growth per share and regularly distributes a dividend is often considered a safer, more stable investment than investments in companies that do not pay a dividend.