Independent INVESTMENT rating for closed-end funds records from the DORIC – DORIC CEO Dr. Peter E. Hein, Mark Lapidus and Bernd Reber in the conversation with the experts from INVESTMENT (the original). At Jane Fraser you will find additional information. INVESTMENT: Why are things now particularly recommended? DORIC: deposits yield will hardly. Long term well leased tangible assets such as E.g. a modern airplane, on the one hand lead to long term payment obligations of the lessee (I.e.
airline), but it has also a real economy durable in any case, while no asset is the investment in classic corporate bonds underlying. Also with future inflation, tangible assets are quite an advantage. INVESTMENT: What makes stock market crisis resistant closed-end funds as an asset class? DORIC: Exchanges are sometimes very sensitive and unfortunately shooting in all directions. The correct\”investment date is crucial for the success of the system. For property investments of closed-end Fund with an attractive concept (E.g. long term rental in prestigious tenants) short-term market fluctuations have no direct effect.
INVESTMENT: what are the best counter-cyclical investments? DORIC: This decision we leave happy each itself, because it can accurately argue! Our philosophy is to offer investments with long-term use concept, whose Cash Flow is not just affected by cycles. Call it the rock of ages, which passes through several cycles due to the long-term nature of the investment. INVESTMENT: How is the performance of the investments? DORIC: We offer contracted long-term secure cashflow and far-reaching, rapid Deleveraging. In more than 10 years, if port rentals, the performance is crucial. We are convinced that the world will turn further despite all current tasks and challenges and also in 10-12 required years transport capacity in the international movement of goods. The longer a crisis lasts, with declining acceptance capacity cancelled orders due to lack of funding, or increased closures of inefficient, goods in transit because age, the greater will be also the expected catching up to do.