How to Protect Your Money From Inflation

 

Oil prices are to go up by one shillings which may lead to a rise in inflation

Gloomy, gloomy, gloomy. Folks, fuel prices are up. Yes, its now KSh116 and some cents juu which no one remembers.  Things are getting thick bwana. The increases in prices will lead to a rise in inflation. The last time I checked it was 14%. And with these prices, it is bound to get higher.  And if u have money lying in the bank, ur in trouble which is as thick as a Daima yoghurt. The value of the money in a bank is going down faster than call prices.

Invest that cash with British American and escape the wrath. This is because British American Asset Managers, a subsidiary of British American Investment Company, has experts that can invest your money and ensure you get maximum return on investment.

This is by investing in either the British-American Equity Fund or British American Balanced Fund. These funds are inflation busters and always deliver high returns to investors. For instance since 2005, when both funds were launched, the equity fund has registered a net return of 65%. The balanced fund on the other hand has registered a net return of 79% during the same period. This is compared to the 8% registered by the NSE.

The balanced fund is invested in both equities which is shares and fixed income securities like T-bills and bonds. Equity fund is invested in stock exchanges in the region and some offshore listed companies.

Though the minimum investment is KSh250,000, you can start with as little as KSh100,000 and upscale with time. You can also take comfort in the fact that your money is managed by professionals whose full time job is to spot opportunities and invest. Also, British American Asset Manager has grown at an average annual rate of 142%. Last year, it doubled the funds under management to KSh17.5 billion with a market share of 40%.

Oooh, na stima imepanda. Reply to this post and I will hook u up with a financial advisor who can help you invest in the above.

 

 

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