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The RiskWerk Company

March 16, 2013

The RiskWerk Company is accepting new applications for The Perpetual Bond™.

The Perpetual Bond™
“Alpha-smart with 100% Capital Safety and 100% Liquidity”
Guaranteed
With No Fees and No Loads on Capital

The minimum capital is $10 million and will be of interest to family trusts, endowment funds and some charities. Larger amounts in excess of $100 million and with no limit, will be of interest to private and public pension funds, banks, and insurance companies to manage their equity capital and portfolio.

Please send us an inquiry at RiskWerk.com. We’ll be pleased to make the deal that you want.

The RiskWerk Company
The Business of Societal Innovation and Enterprise

Ernst Goetze, President,
The RiskWerk Company,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Email: RiskWerk@gmail.com

Disclaimer

Investing in the bond and stock markets has become a highly regulated and litigious industry but despite that, there remains only one effective rule and that is caveat emptor or “buyer beware”.

Nothing that we say should be construed by any person as advice or a recommendation to buy, sell, hold or avoid the common stock or bonds of any public company at any time for any purpose. That is the law and we fully support and respect that law and regulation in every jurisdiction without exception and without qualification to the best of our knowledge and ability.

We can only tell you what we do and why we do it or have done it and we know nothing at all about the future or the future of stock prices of any company nor why they are what they are, now.

The author retains all copyrights to his works in this blog and on this website. The Perpetual Bond®™ is a registered trademark and patented technology of The RiskWerk Company and RiskWerk Limited (“Company”) . The Canada Pension Bond®™ and The Medina Bond®™ are registered trademarks or trademarks of the Company as are the words and phrases “Alpha-smart”, “100% Capital Safety”, “100% Liquidity”,  ”price of risk”, “risk price”, and the symbols “(B)”, “(N)” and N

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