Know-how for investors: Online seminar: Opportunity for outperformance – this is how investing works today | message
“A world without interest does not mean that there are no more returns,” says Tobias Schmidt, CEO of f-fex AG and founder of the robo advisor my-si. “In the Online seminar on May 10th I show in a practical way how investors can easily increase the return on their securities account! ”
In the past two years alone, 2019 and 2020, the robo advisor my-si succeeded with its portfolios a performance of 24 percent. Sign up now for Investment seminar on May 10th and be there live from 6 p.m. – it’s worth it!
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A survey by the largest asset manager BlackRock showed: 53 percent of investors fear that sustainable asset accumulation will bring less returns. “Returns and social benefits do not have to be mutually exclusive“, said Dr. Thomas Schmidt in the preliminary talk.
Dr. Thomas Schmidt im Online seminar on Monday evening.
The capital market expert, who has more than 25 years of experience in the markets, explains in an easy-to-understand way how you as an investor can best invest sustainably and at the same time achieve attractive returns can. The following questions will be the focus of the live event on May 10th:
- How can sustainable investment strategies be EASILY implemented?
- Why is diversification so important and how can short-term risks be managed?
- Why does sustainability bring more returns?
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Dr. Tobias Schmidt is the founder and CEO of f-fex AG, a FinTech company and digital solution expert for the conception, management and sale of fund-based investment strategies. Before joining f-fex, Tobias Schmidt worked for the asset manager FERI AG for 18 years, most recently as CEO of FERI EuroRating Services AG. There he was responsible for the group’s rating and research business. Tobias Schmidt was also active in research: At the Center for European Economic Research (ZEW), he worked on various international research projects on the economic effects of EU climate protection obligations. He studied industrial engineering in Karlsruhe and received his doctorate in economics from the University of Mannheim.
Tobias Schmidt has more than 25 years of experience in fund analysis, the development of rating systems and portfolio optimization.
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