Keep Your Investment Safe

Keeping Your Money Safe

Private Money Investing is a great way to secure your investment and secure your future. Oftentimes, investors will invest in treasuries or bank CDs, with little understanding of what they are investing in. It is true that those investments are guaranteed by the federal government, making them an extremely safe investment. That is until inflation erodes your returns, and you find out in high inflationary periods, you are actually losing money. This is because your buying power is eroding faster than the interest is growing. Scary thought!

Other investors feel safer investing in the stock or bond markets. This is a much better alternative to keep up with or beat inflation, but it could be volatile, which is more risk than some savvy investors are willing to take. It is not fun to view your statement showing your brokerage or retirement account is worth less because the markets went down in value that month. Although we cannot compare private money investing to government backed investments, or publicly traded securities, we can say that sometimes it’s smart to diversify into other investments that are both secure and can secure your future by keeping up with inflation.

Private Money Investing is a great way to keep money safe because it is backed by a real asset. The consistent return helps protect your investment from volatility, and over time, real estate is a great hedge to inflation because real estate values typically increase with inflation. As values increase, your investment becomes more and more secure.

With Pine Financial Group’s Elite Opportunity Fund, your money is also diversified. Diversification is one of the simplest concepts to keeping investor money safe. It works because you are not putting all your eggs in one basket. The Elite Opportunity Fund invests in notes secured by real estate. That way, if there is a problem with one loan, payments to you keep coming in as expected. True diversification comes when you invest in multiple asset classes. With the Elite Opportunity Fund, you can expect a consistent, 8% passive return.

To get more information on investing in our Elite Opportunity Fund, please complete the following Intake Form and we will be in touch.

Invest with Pine Financial Group

For more information on investing in our Elite Opportunity Fund, please complete the following Intake Form and we will be in touch.

Elite Opportunity Fund.

 

Gain access to an investment that is normally reserved for large institutions, trusts, and hedge funds, and earn a consistent and promised 8% annual return.

Interested in Learning More? Simply complete this intake form, and we will mail you your Investor Package.

THE UNSECURED PROMISSORY NOTES (“NOTES”) ARE BEING OFFERED ONLY IN THE STATES OF COLORADO AND MINNESOTA. NO NOTES WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT PROPER AUTHORIZATION. THESE NOTES ARE NOT FDIC INSURED. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS NEITHER AN OFFER TO SELL NOR A SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY ANY SECURITIES. THIS OFFERING IS MADE BY PROSPECTUS ONLY. AN OFFERING CIRCULAR CAN BE REQUESTED BY CONTACTING THE COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE, MR. KEVIN AMOLSCH AT (303) 835-4445.

THE NOTES HAVE NOT BEEN RECOMMENDED BY ANY FEDERAL OR STATE SECURITIES COMMISSION OR REGULATORY AUTHORITY. FURTHERMORE, THE FOREGOING AUTHORITIES HAVE NOT DETERMINED THE ACCURACY, ADEQUACY, TRUTHFULNESS, OR COMPLETENESS OF THIS DOCUMENT AND HAVE NOT PASSED UPON THE MERIT OR VALUE OF THE NOTES, OR APPROVED, DISAPPROVED OR ENDORSED THE OFFERING. ANY REPRESENTATION TO THE CONTRARY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE. IN MAKING AN INVESTMENT DECISION, INVESTORS MUST RELY ON THEIR OWN EXAMINATION OF PINE FINANCIAL GROUP, INC. AND THE TERMS OF THE OFFERING, INCLUDING THE DISCLOSURE, MERITS AND RISKS INVOLVED. PFG FUND III, LLC HAS NO OPERATIONS AND OWNS NO PROPERTIES, THE COMPANY MAY NOT BE ABLE TO FUND SUCH INTEREST PAYMENTS, IN ADDITION INVESTORS COULD LOSE THEIR ENTIRE INVESTMENT. IF PFG FUND III, LLC CANNOT GENERATE SUFFICIENT REVENUE AND CEASE OPERATIONS, YOU MAY LOSE YOUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT.

 
We respect your email privacy