TALT: Triple A Lindex Trading
Secure Lindex Trading
|Total shares: 500,001|
Company Tagline: Secure Lindex Trading
CEO's RL/SL Name: Anton V. Schaijk (SL:Anthonius Berkmans)
CEO's Real Life Location: Netherlands
CEO's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Avatar: Anthonius Berkmans
Company Website: None
SLURL: Kitten Island
Directors, Company Officers
Anthonius Berkmans, CEO
Cash On Hand: 250,001
Land Owned: 1
Tangible Assets: 250,001
Monthly Revenue: 602,000
Monthly Expenses: 600,000Dear Honoured Capital Exchange Investors:: Thank you for your interest in Triple A Lindex Trading (TALT). Our aim is not towards the maximum profit available, but the most secure one. In the past it has been proven that many high profit ventures within Second Life carry a very big risk and many have fallen on hard times. A very good example of this was gambling, as it was a very popular way to make money but in short all investments made in this venture proved to be worthless. After gambling was banned, investors lost almost everything they had.
Trading on Second Life's LindeX has only met a very few downfalls, but over time it has been very stable with the only question being how big the profit would be. Losses have been very rare. A patient investor knows how to make a profit over time, and that is what we do at TALT.
Careful estimates predict we can make as much as 10% profit per year based on the current market with the only real variable being the time per transaction cycle. While this is not a guaranteed profit, it should outperform many returns that real life investments are paying these days.
Note that dividends paid to Owner Shares get put back into the trading pool, and is not kept by us or TALT. The covered value of the stocks will only increase over time, making it one of the more safer investments on Capital Exchange.
Anyone that has questions about Triple A Lindex Trading can contact us anytime via e-mail or in-world. Thank you and I hope you consider investing in Triple A Lindex Trading (TALT).
Anthonius Berkmans, CEO
Abigail Merlin Market Analyst
Ariana Rieko Advisor
Triple A Lindex Trading (TALT)
Trading will be focused on trading on the Second Life's website currency exchange of LindeX, with no outside risk carrying ventures.
Information about LindeX Trading (taken from a few different sources):
Residents may purchase L$ directly through the client, or convert between Linden currency and U.S. currency through either Linden Lab's currency brokerage, the LindeX Currency Exchange, or other third-party currency exchanges. The ratio of USD to L$ rarely fluctuates as Residents set the buy and sell price of L$ offered on the exchange. Between February 2008 and February 2011 the rate has remained stable with a high of 270 and a low of 250 per usd.
The LindeX is a currency trading market where Second Life players can buy and sell Linden Dollars (L$). The exchange rate is set in a typical bid/ask spread, although Linden Lab stabilizes the market by manufacturing L$ and selling them. Occasionally Linden Lab will change their target exchange rate, or through a glitch they will stop selling L$ for a while, and at those times the best price to sell L$ can change.
Triple A Lindex Trading (TALT) will basically buy and sell Lindens repeatedly over time for a profit (buy low sell high).
Trading on Lindex carries a near zero risk so there will always be profits, only the amount is depending on market movements.
At the current market conditions, profits can be made at 20,000 L$ and more per trade.
Use Of Capital
Owners share of Lindens L$250,001 is kept as a backup for safety.
IPO Lindens of 240,025 L$ (250,000 L$ - 3.99% IPO fee) will be used for active trading.
Each trade lasts 13 days at the current market and will have a profit of 851 L$, this profit is again used for LindeX trading.
25% of the profit at the end of the month will be paid out as a dividend for TALT. The dividends paid to Owner Shares will be invested back into LindeX trading.
The only risk factors are a failure of the Linden Lab LindeX stabalizing, and the possibility of a large hysteria of selling L$ - both are recoverable.
Anthonius Berkmans, ceo and active trader
Abigail Merlin, market watch and trading trents analyse
Ariana Rieko, adviser