Primary Investment Products
To assure our clients that MWI Consultants Inc deliver to them the best service possible, MWI Consultants Inc offer a complete selection of advantageous financial products. Our Account Managers stand always ready to recommend which products are of most benefit to you and your portfolio.
Investing so heavily in just one country could mean your portfolio could be adversely affected in case that particular market falls. By investing globally, you can distribute your risks and exploit such regions and industry sectors that have strong markets.
Gilts & Bonds
Gilts and bonds provide an advantageous way to acquire a more predictable and consistent return on your investment. Aside from being easy to buy and to sell, many of them also come with capital-gains tax exemption.
Funds are a bundled type of investment that allows you to invest indirectly in corporate shares or other investments, such as bonds or shares. Oftentimes, they can also be contained within a tax-efficient ISA cover.
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are a security that monitors a commodity, an index, or a collection of assets, but trades like stocks on an exchange. Likewise, they are more-or-less secure, cost-effective way of investing in the gold-bullion sector.
Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs)
ETCs are handily traded investments offering easy access to hard-to-access commodity markets. They fit into a vast selection of risk profiles as well.
Structured products include synthetic investment instruments, created to satisfy particular needs not provided by standardized financial instruments. They provide opportunities to invest in otherwise hard-to-access assets or take a risk-conformed exposure to traditional assets.
There are many different classes of foreign exchange investments options ranging from pot exchanges to forward exchange contracts, including option dated forward exchange agreements.
Issued by financial agencies, covered warrants include flexible tools offering leveraged exposure to a broad selection of underlyings, such as baskets, equities, indices, currencies and commodities.
Contracts for Difference (CFDs)
CFDs is a leveraged ‘derivative’ product which offers the potential to trade on live-market price movements without physically holding the underlying instrument.
Financial Spread Trading (FST)
Financial Spread Trading lets you speculate on the rise-and-fall of international financial markets and delivers a tax-efficient option to other trading alternatives, such as share dealing.
Turbos monitor an underlying asset, often a European currency or index and gives investors a way to acquire full exposure to an asset’s price. They also include a "knock-out barrier" and, therefore, offer limited downside risk.
New issues opens options to access investments before they are traded on the market and come in two major forms: New Retail Bonds or Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).
Aside from bank and building society accounts, cash investment also involves bank deposit certificates and cash funds offered by fund managers.