The Khmer Gold Fund has maintained an industry leading 100+% return on investment (ROI) per annum, 10+ consecutive years.

With $40+ million total assets under management (AUM) – including $17m AUM in its flagship “Global Crisis Fund” – the Khmer Gold Fund is ranked #1 for all Asia-Pacific “managed precious metals futures” funds for seven consecutive years (2008 to present).

But why “Khmer” Gold?  And not “American” Gold?  Aren’t most of your investment managers Americans by birth (or Brits, French, Israeli, etc)?

Simple: “Let me ask you

Why are so many “digital nomads” moving to Cambodia?  And often the best and brightest too!

Wildly successful online entrepreneurs, many of whom are self-made millionaires, and even a few billionaires – often before age 40 – from the US, Canada, Europe, mainland China, Russia, Africa, India, and the Middle East – mobile, technically proficient and highly capitalized entrepreneurs who can operate their businesses from anywhere on earth…with just an internet connection…

Why are they moving to Cambodia?  And have been relocating to Cambodia (in droves) for years?

The answer should be obvious to any businessperson, or government leader, who understands what really drives international business and trade in the 21st (digital) century:

Which is simply: “economic freedom“.

The same economic freedom that is a cornerstone of modern Cambodia’s government-approved, but private sector funded, “international business model for success”!

Those who invest in Cambodia in the early 21st century, will make return on investment (ROI) like those who invested in Hong Kong or Singapore in the mid 20th century.

Life/legacy-changing “ROI”…

Millions upon millions…some will even make billions (like us).

But why “Crisis Investing”?

Sadly, because those who do not learn from history, are doomed to repeat it.

And we can thank our state-sponsored “education” (brainwashing) for those endless cycles of human ignorance and counter-productive/self-destructive investment behavior.

Crisis Investing

Baron Rothschild may have been an unsavory character in many ways, but he was absolutely correct when he stated that “the time to buy is when blood is in the streets.”  This statement perfectly captures the essence of crisis investing.

The Chinese symbol for crisis is actually a combination of two symbols: the symbol for danger and the symbol for opportunity.  The danger is what everybody sees; the opportunity is never quite as obvious as the danger, but it’s always there.

Massive fortunes have been made throughout history with crisis investing, by which astute investors took advantage of the semi-hidden opportunities wrapped in an outward cloak of apparent danger in crisis markets.

It is how the Russian oligarchs became oligarchs in the first place.

In the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union, they were able to see through the evident danger to the enormous hidden opportunity that was present at the time.  They had intestinal fortitude and bought when the blood was in the streets.  They picked up some of the crown jewels of the Russian economy for literally pennies on the dollar and then went on to make fortunes.

For the 21st (Digital) Century

Similar opportunities, albeit on different scales, are possible in other countries around the world today.

In all crisis markets, everything gets decimated, both good and bad companies alike.  And there are no better investors to guide you through a crisis market (in the digital age) than legendary post 9/11 American (GSE) war profiteers, “Tier 1 – Investment Advisors“, who wrote the 21st century’s figurative book on crisis investing:

50% Annual Dividend – Guaranteed!

Investment (buy-in) starting at only $100,000 per investor or investment group.

Crisis Fund’s total annual return on investment (ROI) 100+% – 11 consecutive years – 2004 to 2014.

Advisory Note:  Even when “leveraged” to 50% total AUM, Khmer Gold Fund will maintain minimum 1/3 physical bullion and/or real estate (real assets allocation) to protect from “black swan” economic and/or political events.