Drawing the Line Between Old & New Investment Methods

Throughout 2019 and into 2020, decidedly ‘old school’ investments have resurfaced from their 1970s and 80s heydays, reminding investors of what a comparatively safe bet they used to be. Q3 2019 saw gold rise to a 6-year-highsilver rallied, crude oil production grew on 2018, and investing in property – albeit in the form of bonds – is once again seen as a great way to gain a healthy capital income.

So is it prudent to look to the past? Or should you only stick with more modern investment vehicles?

It could prove to be a mixed bag. While gold and precious metals are on a high, they’ve not always performed well. And ultra-modern investments like cryptocurrencies are extremely volatile and crash as quickly as they recover – and are completely unprotected.

This is where property bonds come in. Regulated, asset-backed and sitting in the middle of historic, comfortable bets and ultra-modern investment opportunities.

Propiteer is all about the new: new projects, new developments, new technology. We’re researching, investing in, and developing both world-class and up-and-coming hotel brands in locations all over the UK and Ireland. With hotels now a mainstream investment, our commercial property portfolio provides a strong foundation built on recognised hotel franchises.

We don’t like to dwell in the past, so our entire investment platform is built around the needs of the modern investor:

So while we can’t offer a Bitcoin-like bubble, we can offer a tax-efficient, simple, hands-off way to grow your money.


*Capital at risk. The value of your investments may go up as well as down, underlying investment not covered by FSCS. Past performance is not a guide to future returns. The offer of higher returns, by definition, means higher risk compared to other asset classes that may be available and more suitable to your risk appetite.

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