Why “Non-Performer” is such a Bad Label in PPP’s

Why "Non-Performer" is such a Bad Label in PPP's

It all comes down to this: In the finance world — and everywhere else for that matter — it is about Trust. There was a time when a person was as good as their word. It’s still true today. All genuine relationships rely on Trust as a foundation. So what has happened? The underbelly of the Internet has amplified a lot of the ugliness we see. From liars, cheats and thieves come a plethora of characters that make it difficult to sort reality from dreamland. This has caused a lot of confusion, misunderstanding, and misrepresentation, and as we know, the confused mind always says “no”. These are near-daily challenges that scare off a lot of would-be investors.

When we receive a set of documents in an application for a private placement program, these are scrutinized for red flags and other oddities. Compliance has to have each document perfected and correct before it goes any further. What happens when a client makes it all the way through Compliance and is offered a contract, and fails to perform? That person/corporation ends up on a non-performers list (kept secret) and once there it is nearly impossible to remove that stigma. If someone is unlucky enough to have been labelled “non-performer” it usually is based on the failure of a client application to complete a deal that was structured on behalf of the client. There are expenses incurred during the process to get a client approved and into a PPP, the most important being Time. Wasting time putting a client into a program only to have it fail because the client did not perform is a fast way to being on the non-performers list.

If a client has true intentions to move forward, that is one thing. However if a client gets all the way to the end where it’s time to sign the contract and then doesn’t complete the deal, that is where the client’s name and reputation are on the line. It may not be fair but being listed is a consequence that can impact their credibility for a long time to come. The best way to avoid this? Finish what you started and complete the deal.

You Can Fund A Project With Debt, Equity, Or This Method. Pick One

You are already accustomed to financing possibilities from traditional lending institutions or private equity firms. 

Did you know that there is a third option that most people are not aware of? An option that creates project funds that are not a loan. Not equity. No debt. No Repayment. Using profits from a specialized form of professionally traded bank debentures. 

Too good to be true? Nope. Just not commonly known as a vehicle for funding creation. A program that can generate 8-10X in free and clear profits which can be used to build real estate projects. A program that has been in existence for more than 75 years. With the protection of the principal.

Starting with an amount as low as $1,000,000, profits of 8-10X are possible. 

Regulated? You betcha. Safe? Yes. Available to anyone? No. Only a qualified investor.

Ready to learn more? Email info@preconstructioncatalysts.com for details.

Trying To Enter A “Bullet” PPP? Here’s Why You Can’t

There is a common fallacy among many that they can enter a Bullet trade as the first step in the world of Project Funding Trade Programs (PFTP).

Why? Because a “Bullet” only comes along when there is a temporary oversupply of paper in the pipeline. They come and go, unscheduled, when this occurs.

The reason no new client will be entertained who wants a Bullet is a practical one: A Bullet, by nature, is very short-term– usually days. Once the temporary oversupply is exhausted and equilibrium returns to the pipeline, the Bullet is over.

Since it takes roughly 2-3 weeks for a new client to start trading with a trade group, by the time the client’s info has been processed and cleared, a contract issued, and the lag time from the start of trading, the Bullet program is already gone.

If a client thinks they are going to really get into a Bullet trade first, without already being in a 40-week program, they are delusional– they do not understand what, why and how a Bullet trade comes about.

Instead of searching for the Bullet “unicorn”, plan on first getting into a regular old 40-week program. THEN, if a Bullet comes along, you are already on the trading train and can take advantage. This is the reason 99.999% fail to find one: They do not understand the nature of the beast.

There is only one “Yellow Brick Road to Oz”… you can try to wait for a Bullet (and, like a real bullet, good luck trying to catch it as it passes you by), or you can follow the road by getting into a standard program. THEN, since you are already on the trading train, you’ll be more likely to be invited onboard the Bullet..

Non-Recourse Project Funding

Setting aside the sewage of misinformation, misrepresentation and ignorance from the Internet broker world, at the purest and highest level this will explain what really is going on.

How to HYPER-leverage your Cash Assets in a Project Funding Trade Program

Sometimes the combination of two separate systems create a super entity, capable of producing far more results then the two separately. This is the case with a new opportunity for client investors to hyper-leverage profits using a top-level trade program

If you take a typical trade program designed for an Ultra High Net Worth Individual, Family or corporation, and attach it to a stepped up leveraging mechanism, an investor can see a dramatic increase above and beyond just entering a program directly.

Recently, I was invited to such an opportunity, and have been asked to discover principal investors in the UHNWI space to show how this program works. If they qualify (i.e. pass rigorous due-diligence on themselves and their money), this may be worth looking into.Now there are some who will claim there is no such thing: These “PPP” Trade Programs don’t exist. Blah blah blah. The fact is, when you find the relationship that can get you in the door at the top level, you will discover why and how this is done, and how their reality can be introduced.

Taking it one step further, when you couple the use of an investor’s cash with the ability to leverage fundable assets at 4 times the value, as an investor you will have strapped yourself to a trading rocket ship: Trading on Steroids.

This is information can be shared only with Principal client investors (i.e. the owner of the bank account or acceptable asset). If you are a principal investor with the minimum assets needed to play (100-Million Euro or greater), you owe it to yourself to see how super-charged a program can be when you are strapping on high-leverage assets to go into a program.

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