European/German Permanent Portfolio on wikifolio - good/bad?

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Re: European/German Permanent Portfolio on wikifolio - good/bad?

Post by frugal » Tue Jan 20, 2015 2:20 am

ILoveMoney wrote: Got a reply from the Euwax folks on the maximum bid/ask spread.

Here's what they told me.
There is no definition of a maximum spread.

Nevertheless the issuer is anxious to offer the etc-product with a spread of not higher than 1,2%, with trying not to exceed 1,5%.
Hi,

they confirmed no TER over the years?

0%?

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Re: European/German Permanent Portfolio on wikifolio - good/bad?

Post by ILoveMoney » Tue Jan 20, 2015 12:30 pm

This is their email. You should have an answer within a week.
anfrage@boerse-stuttgart.de
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Re: European/German Permanent Portfolio on wikifolio - good/bad?

Post by jonasadrian872 » Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:20 am

Pfanni wrote:
Wed Jan 14, 2015 7:08 am
Why don't you fellow Germans consider the bond A1ZHSE ? Us gov 29 yr. bond.
You can buy/sell at the Frankfurt stock exchange for about 1.2% (brokerage fees, courtage etc.). Zero TER whilst holding, automatic taxation (0% if you are a German with a German brokerage, only automatic Abgeltungssteuer), no hassle...
Comdirect told me they no longer charge fees for US goverment bond payouts.

Biggest advantage, it shields your portfolio somewhat from EUR devaluation.

For stocks, I think I am gonna go for
MSCI World.
Call me biased, but I kinda lost my faith in old Europe..
bis heute ist der Euro die stärkste der beliebtesten Währungen. Im Gegenteil, jetzt verankere ich mein Kapital in Euro. Im Allgemeinen empfehle ich, sich an Profis zum Beispiel ForexN Deutschland zu wenden. So können Sie die nützlichsten Tipps bekommen.
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