Sacramento, CA (PressExposure) December 19, 2008 -- Investors across the stock market could soon find a better alternative to the traditional bank CDs in guaranteed return investments, claims Integrity Financial AZ, a leading financial investment company headquartered in Sacramento, California.
Financial companies realize that the current credit crisis is causing an economic downturn as well as apprehension among the investors losing their retirement savings due to the stock market plunge. Analyzing the current scenario, investors are also worried that the stock market may not recover in the near term from the recent "Ticker Shock" being reported minute by minute by the media.
In order to escape the financial morass, "Wall Street investors are scrambling for alternative investment vehicles to recoup their stock market losses in the safest investments possible while at the same time staving off the under-toe of inflation," says Stanley Paulic, CEO of Integrity Financial AZ, IFAZ, and one of the leading financial companies of the United States. "Finding a high equity yield investment to recoup one's losses is even doable in this economy," Paulic adds.
"Earning higher yields and a guaranteed rate of return does not automatically correlate to ultra-high risk. It might just mean that it is a better investment vehicle with better margins for investors. After all, what is riskier than Wall Street, especially right now where most investors are suffering from double-digit negative returns?"
"You can earn a guaranteed return with a bank CD, but the return will be low." His statements are based on the fact that the rate of return for investors on bank CDs is 2-3% during economic downturns.
Company management states that investors can rollover their 401k or transfer an existing self directed IRA to purchase 10% guaranteed investment contracts secured by real estate. Over the long run these contracts earn more in comparison to CDs making such guaranteed investments more preferable.