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Durig Capital provides customized portfolio’s targeting the following:

We are offering the following portfolio’s along with our ongoing Fixed Income service.

Fixed Income 1 (FX1)
Link to: Fixed-Income1.com

Targets an 8-8.5% yield using 100% US Dollar based bonds with an average current 3.75 years to maturity. To read about the bonds we have previously reported for FX1 portfolio. FX1 is a cash flow generator for our clients, it has an unblemished record of providing institutional high yielding bonds for our individual investor, with an unblemished record in returning principle, providing high income, short maturities, with a very low fee, all designed to allow our clients a much higher level of current income.

Fixed Income 2 (FX2)
Link to: Fixed-Income2.com

Targets an 8-8.5% yield with 25% – 75% in foreign currencies. With a current average maturity of 3.75 year. To read about the bonds we have previously reported for FX2 portfolio.  FX2 like FX1, is a high yielding cash generating bond portfolio design, but to have some diversity away from the dollar.   You could select the level for us to target anywhere from 25-50-75% foreign currencies.  Remember foreign currencies might and will increase short term volatility in this portfolio, even though the added diversity could reduce their overall portfolio risks over time.  Again, we have an unblemished record in returning principle, a high yield, short maturities, with a very low fee, so our clients can continue to achieve their goals of higher cash flow while limited their exposure to the US Dollar.

Fixed Income 3 (FX3)
Link to: Fixed-Income3.com

Targets an 8-8.5% yield with approximately 100% in foreign currencies. With a average maturity of 3.75 years. To read about bonds we have previously reported for FX3 portfolio. This is a high yielding bond portfolio focused on diversifying away from the dollar for clients, that have most if not all their income and or retirement in US Dollars.   Remember foreign currencies might and will increase short term volatility in this portfolio, even though it could reduce overall long term portfolio risk.  Again, We have an unblemished record in returning principle, a high yield, with a very low fee to our clients, generating strong cash flow in the current economy, with our past success are goal is to work hard to ensure we can continued to provide this high level of income generating success form around the globe.

  • The minimum investment for each of these three portfolio’s is $125,000.
  • The average fee is 1/8 of a percent per quarter which adds up to 1/2 of a percent yearly.

We welcome your comments and questions to receive more information contact us below.

Fixed Income Year Review

Year-In-Review: November 1, 2013 to October 31, 2014

Presented below is a summary of the 30 bond reviews and recommendations that we have given to our clients over the past twelve months, from the end of October, 2013 through the start of November, 2014.  Twenty three of these global corporate debt instruments were Yankee Bonds (foreign corporation debt denominated in US dollars), and seven were issued in other currencies, including, Canadian dollars, Australian dollars, Brazilian reals, and British Pound Sterling.

 

Each summary that follows lists the issuer, coupon rate, maturity, credit rating, the yields at the time of acquisition, the portfolio (FX1, FX2, or FX3) each was added to, as well as a brief update of the issuer.  Many of the companies hold dominant positions within their respective countries.  It is not uncommon, however, to find credit ratings that are constrained by a national sovereign credit rating.

 

·         23 US dollar debt additions, with average indications of 9.84%*, made to FX1.

·         30 mixed currency debt additions, averaging 9.63%*, were made to FX2.

·          7 foreign currency debt additions, averaging 8.96%*, were made to FX3.

 

The bonds in the portfolios have an average outstanding maturity of just over 41 months (3 years, 5 months) and the yields shown below reflect when these securities were added to our FX1, FX2, and FX3 Fixed Income Portfolios.  The overall average yield indications at the time of recommendation for addition to the portfolios is about 9.63%*.

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9.94% for FX1 Year-In-Review

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Year-In-Review: November 1, 2013 to October 31, 2014

Presented below is a summary of the 30 bond reviews and recommendations that we have given to our clients over the past twelve months, from the end of October, 2013 through the start of November, 2014.  Twenty three of these global corporate debt instruments were Yankee Bonds (foreign corporation debt denominated in US dollars), and seven were issued in other currencies, including, Canadian dollars, Australian dollars, Brazilian reals, and British Pound Sterling.

 

Each summary that follows lists the issuer, coupon rate, maturity, credit rating, the yields at the time of acquisition, the portfolio (FX1, FX2, or FX3) each was added to, as well as a brief update of the issuer.  Many of the companies hold dominant positions within their respective countries.  It is not uncommon, however, to find credit ratings that are constrained by a national sovereign credit rating.

 

·         23 US dollar debt additions, with average indications of 9.84%*, made to FX1.

·         30 mixed currency debt additions, averaging 9.63%*, were made to FX2.

·          7 foreign currency debt additions, averaging 8.96%*, were made to FX3.

 

The bonds in the portfolios have an average outstanding maturity of just over 41 months (3 years, 5 months) and the yields shown below reflect when these securities were added to our FX1, FX2, and FX3 Fixed Income Portfolios.  The overall average yield indications at the time of recommendation for addition to the portfolios is about 9.63%*.

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10.25% Average Yields for One Yead FX1 | Recap

 

Presented below is a summary of the 26 bond recommendations that we have made to our clients over the last 12 months, from June 2013 through May 2014. The yields shown below are when these securities were added to our FX1,FX2, and/or FX3 Fixed Income portfolios, and they average 9.81%.

Nineteen of these global corporate debt instruments were Yankee bonds (foreign corporation debt denominated in US dollars), with nine in other currencies, including Canadian dollars, Swedish krona, Brazilian real, and Russian rubles.

Each summary that follows lists the issuer, coupon rate, maturity, credit rating, the yields obtained at the time of acquisition, the portfolio (FX1, F2, or FX3) each was added to, as well as the business sector and a brief recap of the reason for its selection. Many of the companies hold prominent or even dominant positions within their respective countries. It is not uncommon, however, to find credit ratings that are constrained by a national sovereign credit rating.

  • 19 US dollar debt additions, averaging 10.25% yield, were made to FX1.
  • 26 mixed currency debt additions, averaging 9.81% yield, were made to FX2.
  • 7 foreign currency debt additions, averaging 8.61% yield, were made to FX3.

The bonds in the portfolios have an average outstanding maturity of under 40 months (3 years, 4 months) at an overall indicated average net yield of 9.81%.
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14 US dollar notes, averaging 9.9% yield, were added to FX1 | 6 month bond update

Presented below is a summary of the 15 bonds that we have researched, recommended in reviews sent to our clients, and then published on Bond-Yields.com for the last 6 months.

In the last half year, the yields indicated when these securities were initially added to our FX1, FX2, and/or FX3 Fixed Income portfolios have averaged 9.68%.  Thirteen of these global corporate debt instruments were Yankee bonds (foreign corporation debt denominated in US dollars), one was in Swedish krona, and one was in Canadian dollars.  Each paragraph details the coupon rate, maturity, CUSIP, credit rating, and the yields obtained at the time of acquisition for the FX1, FX2, or FX3 portfolios, as well as giving the business sector and a brief recap of the reason for its selection.  Many of the companies hold prominent, dominant, or even monopolistic positioning within their respective countries, and it is not uncommon to find credit ratings that are constrained by a national sovereign credit rating.  The following breakdown indicates which portfolio each issue was added to:

14 US dollar notes, averaging 9.9% yield, were added to FX1

16 mixed currency notes (87.5% were USD), averaging 9.68% yield, were added to FX2

2 foreign currency notes, averaging 8.1% yield, were added to FX3

(View the FX1, FX2 & FX3 Portfolio’s here.)

 

When initially added to the FX2 portfolio, the 16 bonds had an average outstanding maturity of about 3.48 years at the average net yield indication of 9.68%.  These bonds currently have an average remaining life of about 3.06 years, but this has been skewed shorter due to the anticipated emanate redemption of the 2016 Brigus Gold (BRD) bonds at par. Continue reading

3rd Quarter 2013 bond update

At the completion of  the third Quarter of 2013, we thought it would be interesting to compare the  US dollar Yankee bonds that were acquired in our FX1 portfolio over the last 4 months with the USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF US (EMB).  Listed below are the 11 bonds we researched and recommended in the reviews sent to our clients and then published on on the Internet, 8 of which are debt issuance’s in US dollars of foreign corporations and 3 in other global currencies.  Each paragraph givens the maturity and the yields obtained at the time of acquisition for the FX1, FX2, or FX3 portfolios (View the FX1 @ Fixed-Income1.com, FX2 @ Fixed-Income2.com & FX3 @ Fixed-Income3.com dollar weighted Portfolio’s.), as well as a brief recap of the reason for selection and the coupon rate and credit ratings for each bond.  Many of the companies hold prominent, dominant, or even monopolistic positioning within their respective countries, and it is not uncommon to find credit ratings constrained by that nation’s sovereign credit ratings.  72% was placed in US dollars, with the following breakdown:   ·

8 US dollar (Yankee) bonds were added to  FX1 and FX2. ·

1 Russian Ruble bond was added to FX2 and FX3. ·

1 Brazilian Real bond was added to FX2 and FX3. ·

1 Canadian Dollar bond was added to FX2 and FX3.

Overall, the 8 Yankee bonds indicate an average yield over 9.235% and an average 3.77 years to maturity, while all 11 bonds indicate an average net yield over 9.175% and average 3.79 years to maturity.

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Durig’s Low Cost Fiducial Model.

The following are seven reasons why Durig Capital and its Registered Investment Advisor’s low cost fiduciary model of services is seen as superior to that of brokers.  Each will be reviewed in more detail.

Durig Capital’s Advisory Model

Broker’s Model

Fiduciary Service Suitability
Low fee’s Commission
Transparency Disclosure
Registered Investment Advisor Investment or Stock Broker
3rd Party Custodian: 

 

In house custody
Advise Transactions
Ethics Legality

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Oregon Investment Advisor celebrates successful 10 years in business

Within weeks of opening our Investment Advisory business at Durig Capital,  two jet planes crashed into the twin towers in New York City and what was known as 9-11 shut down Wall Street for a week.  In hindsight, it may have been one of the worst times imaginable to open an investment firm.

Now, the concurrence of escalating debt issues and the inability of our US Government to solve a 15 trillion dollar problem, of Greece’s precipitous trek towards implosion as a result of lack of financial control, of a contagion concern for the entire Euro zone, and of many other threats to the global economy, appears to have striking similarities to the to the uncharted and uncertain times in which we started our Advisory firm. Continue reading

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Durig Capital – Always putting your interest first.

Our Registered Investment Adviser firm is proud of the fiduciary investment services we provide to the Portland area. Our desire is to serve your investment needs with a level of service located conveniently in the Tigard triangle between I-5, Barbur Boulevard (also known as Pacific and Highway &  99W) and Freeway 217 (also know as Beaverton Tigard Freeway – view our location and get directions below).

We look forward to hearing from you! Please feel free to contact us with questions.

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Durig Capital : Always putting your interests first!


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