Cyprus is a Classic “Crisis Investment”. A Cheap
Opportunity with the Potential for Outsized Gains.
Greece, the headlines have been full of riots,
unemployment, unrest, and austerity for several
years. When the financial crisis there began,
investors fled Greece. But starting October 2012,
investors are rushing back investing billions in the
stock exchange, property, privatizations, e.t.c.
And now US hedge funds are investing in Greek banks.
Remember John Paulson, who earned billions betting
against subprime mortgages? He’s leading the charge,
apparently encouraged by rising exports and
Similarly, the crisis in Cyprus has opened up the
potential for you to earn extraordinary profits. And
you can tap this potential with access to the
information we gathered and the opportunities we
uncovered through our research and experience.
trained team detailed it all—the specific
opportunities and the gains possible, the process to
follow, the people to contact.
Good reason to
is the third-largest island in the Mediterranean and
for thousands of years it has been a geopolitical
prize, thanks to its location at the crossroads of
Europe, Africa, and Asia.
The economy is dominated by services, namely tourism
and finance. Tourism lives off the island’s warm
winters and beautiful beaches. The financial
services sector depends largely on foreign inflows.
In fact, Cyprus is where Russian oligarchs stashed
their cash offshore.
The island offers other pluses: tax and regulatory
advantages; strong legal and accounting traditions;
and residents who almost all speak English.
Another critical advantage is the 2011 discovery of
a massive gas field about 100 miles south of Cyprus.
The resource is worth billions of dollars—enough to
turn the cash-poor island into an energy exporter.
That gives Cypriots a lot to look forward to.
The short-term picture is not quite as rosy.
Unemployment has increased and tourism is down.
Capital controls remain in effect. But these
controls do not apply to new money brought into
Cyprus. The inflow of money isn’t restricted, and
neither is income or returns you make off money you