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New issue: USD Gold Winner (Raiffeisen Centrobank)

Invest in gold with 90 percent protection

In the US, the annual inflation rate rose to 6.2 percent in October – more than expected. The inflation rate has been above the five percent mark since June, which is the highest value since 2008. Prices are also on the rise in the eurozone. In this environment, gold investments can be a useful addition to the portfolio, because the precious metal has always been used as a protection against inflation. If you want to be on the safe side due to the high exchange rate fluctuations, you should take a look at the new USD Gold Winner (ISIN AT0000A2TVZ9) from Raiffeisen Centrobank. In addition to capital protection, the certificate offers participation in the gold price. If the precious metal is in the plus at the end of the term in five years, the certificate will be redeemed in accordance with the performance of gold. A maximum of 122 percent of the nominal value can be repaid. In the event of a negative performance, the capital protection takes effect and at least 90 percent returns. The certificate is aimed at security-oriented investors who, in addition to the chance of attractive returns, do not want to forego the protection of their invested capital. More information at www.rcb.at

Christian Scheid, editor-in-chief of Certificates Austria, began to be enthusiastic about the international financial markets in the mid-1990s. After graduating with a degree in economics in 1999, he was editor and head of department at the investor magazine “Börse Online”. Since 2006 he has been self-employed as a freelance business and financial journalist. You can register for the free newsletter here: Certificates Austria

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Christian Scheid, editor-in-chief of Certificates Austria, began to be enthusiastic about the international financial markets in the mid-1990s. After graduating with a degree in economics in 1999, he was editor and head of department at the investor magazine “Börse Online”. Since 2006 he has been self-employed as a freelance business and financial journalist. You can register for the free newsletter here: Certificates Austria

The above text reflects the opinion of the respective columnist. Finanzen.net GmbH assumes no responsibility for its correctness and excludes any right of recourse.

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