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Our Investment

Investment Portfolio

SRTI regularly invests in all possible areas with high development potential, especially in shares and in corporate investments. These special companies are subjected to a corresponding SRTI foundation analysis, which is based on certain criteria.

In any case, one criterion for an investment in a company is the amount of equity/share that the company itself will incorporate. The higher the equity or the equity ratio, the better. This reflects a certain security of an investment and the share usually has a low volatility (price fluctuations) compared to the overall market.

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A further consideration would be the well-known P/E ratio (price-earnings ratio). This number usually describes whether a stock is overvalued or undervalued. The lower the P/E ratio, the more favorable the share appears in comparison to the overall market or to the shares of competitors. It should be noted here that the P/E ratio figure is interpreted very differently and can vary greatly depending on the market phase and industry.

Shares with high double-digit P/E ratios do not have to be expensive if the company in question shows a corresponding profit growth. For example, a company can seem extremely expensive at break-even because the denominator value is still very small. On the other hand, a low P/E ratio can sometimes even be a warning sign. Because sometimes the market is already much further ahead than the average analyst estimates: In anticipation of falling profits, the share price has fallen, so that the long outdated P/E ratio makes the paper appear optically favourable. Numerous investors have already fallen victim to this “optical illusion”.

 

ENGLISH
Our Investment

Investment Portfolio

SRTI regularly invests in all possible areas with high development potential, especially in shares and in corporate investments. These special companies are subjected to a corresponding SRTI foundation analysis, which is based on certain criteria.

In any case, one criterion for an investment in a company is the amount of equity/share that the company itself will incorporate. The higher the equity or the equity ratio, the better. This reflects a certain security of an investment and the share usually has a low volatility (price fluctuations) compared to the overall market.

Read more

A further consideration would be the well-known P/E ratio (price-earnings ratio). This number usually describes whether a stock is overvalued or undervalued. The lower the P/E ratio, the more favorable the share appears in comparison to the overall market or to the shares of competitors. It should be noted here that the P/E ratio figure is interpreted very differently and can vary greatly depending on the market phase and industry.

Shares with high double-digit P/E ratios do not have to be expensive if the company in question shows a corresponding profit growth. For example, a company can seem extremely expensive at break-even because the denominator value is still very small. On the other hand, a low P/E ratio can sometimes even be a warning sign. Because sometimes the market is already much further ahead than the average analyst estimates: In anticipation of falling profits, the share price has fallen, so that the long outdated P/E ratio makes the paper appear optically favourable. Numerous investors have already fallen victim to this “optical illusion”.

 

Investment by Class

Good cash flow growth is just as important for us. This enables a company to make future investments, develop new products, repay debts or distribute dividends.

We are trying to buy corporate shares that are currently undervalued but have high growth potential in the future.

However, even with a relatively stable stock, one should not put all eggs in one basket, but diversify. This means that the entire investment should not flow completely into a company or an investment, but to different investment forms..

This drawing shows the different shares of SRTI investments. The main part belongs to shares, after which SRTI invests in different currencies. The smallest part is invested in commodities. No investments are made in bonds, despite their safety and resistance to fluctuation. This is the case with equities: the longer the investment period, the more secure a good return is. This is why SRTI is increasingly investing in equities.

Investment by Class

Good cash flow growth is just as important for us. This enables a company to make future investments, develop new products, repay debts or distribute dividends.

We are trying to buy corporate shares that are currently undervalued but have high growth potential in the future.

However, even with a relatively stable stock, one should not put all eggs in one basket, but diversify. This means that the entire investment should not flow completely into a company or an investment, but to different investment forms..

This drawing shows the different shares of SRTI investments. The main part belongs to shares, after which SRTI invests in different currencies. The smallest part is invested in commodities. No investments are made in bonds, despite their safety and resistance to fluctuation. This is the case with equities: the longer the investment period, the more secure a good return is. This is why SRTI is increasingly investing in equities.

Investment by Country

One example is currencies, because good returns are often attractive when investing in foreign currencies. The price development of a currency, however, depends on many factors, including political events. For this reason, SRTI analyses the respective country in advance with an eye to detail, e.g. whether there is a risk of economic or political instability or an inflation risk and how high the respective national debt is. Especially in investments in foreign countries mineral resources, trade, efficiency and strategic assets such as brands or technologies play an important role.

SRTI also invests in scarce raw materials. The lower the supply, the greater the demand. The world population is growing steadily and with it the individual needs are growing in parallel. This is why raw materials such as industrial metals or rare earths are also a good investment.

These different SRTI investments are not only invested in Germany, but worldwide. However, Germany currently accounts for the largest percentage of all investments, i.e. half of all investments. According to this, one third of investment money goes to the USA, slightly less than one tenth to China, followed by France, Australia, Japan, Switzerland and Ireland with less than 1%.

Investment by Country

One example is currencies, as investments in foreign currencies often attract good returns. The price development of a currency, however, depends on many factors, including political events. For this reason, SRTI analyses the respective country in advance with an eye to detail, e.g. whether there is a risk of economic or political instability or an inflation risk and how high the respective national debt is. Especially in investments in foreign countries mineral resources, trade, efficiency and strategic assets such as brands or technologies play an important role.

SRTI also invests in scarce raw materials. The lower the supply, the greater the demand. The world population is growing steadily and with it the individual needs are growing in parallel. This is why raw materials such as industrial metals or rare earths are also a good investment.

These different SRTI investments are not only invested in Germany, but worldwide. However, Germany currently accounts for the largest percentage of all investments, i.e. half of all investments. According to this, one third of investment money goes to the USA, slightly less than one tenth to China, followed by France, Australia, Japan, Switzerland and Ireland with less than 1%.

Investment by Industry

SRTI uses the principle of diversification. Here you can see the different areas in which SRTI invests worldwide. The bulk of the investment goes into the cash and currency reserve. In Internet and technology, SRTI invests one third and one tenth in machinery, equipment and armaments. Still a little in entertainment, consumer and luxury goods, raw materials, mining and commodities trading. Twenty percent of the investments are divided between payment services, banks and insurance companies, electrical engineering and automobiles, tourism and transport, health, pharmaceuticals and biotech. Real estate and telecommunications are the taillights. Since SRTI itself buys real estate, the low proportion of real estate shares is self-explanatory.

With investments in various sectors SRTI never loses sight of the market, keeps track of trends and is always up to date through intensive market analyses, including, as already mentioned, the principle of diversification. Technology is the engine that drives the global economy, the pharmaceutical or biotech sector is always on the move. Drugs are still a long seller on the stock market. In the following you can get an overview of our previous investments, including statistics:

Investment by Industry

SRTI uses the principle of diversification. Here you can see the different areas in which SRTI invests worldwide. The bulk of the investment goes into the cash and currency reserve. In Internet and technology, SRTI invests one third and one tenth in machinery, equipment and armaments. Still a little in entertainment, consumer and luxury goods, raw materials, mining and commodities trading. Twenty percent of the investments are divided between payment services, banks and insurance companies, electrical engineering and automobiles, tourism and transport, health, pharmaceuticals and biotech. Real estate and telecommunications are the taillights. Since SRTI itself buys real estate, the low proportion of real estate shares is self-explanatory.

With investments in various sectors SRTI never loses sight of the market, keeps track of trends and is always up to date through intensive market analyses, including, as already mentioned, the principle of diversification. Technology is the engine that drives the global economy, the pharmaceutical or biotech sector is always on the move. Drugs are still a long seller on the stock market. In the following you can get an overview of our previous investments, including statistics:

Performance

As can be seen, the table shows a steady increase in the performance of the overall portfolio. Each of the SRTI investments has been carefully thought through using research, calculations and comparisons. SRTI is constantly committed to investing only in companies we believe in holistically. Some criteria for evaluating a healthy company are: Sales growth, Investments in research, Innovation strength, Branding, Business models, Management and the current Market valuation of the respective company. We try to buy companies that are undervalued and offer long-term growth potential.

The business with the shares wants understood and long-term to be thought. One should not sell particularly good stocks equal because of a price setback or market fluctuations.

We update our statistics regularly and anyone wishing to invest in various sectors in the future should select companies that he understands and whose future prospects he is convinced of.

“The future is never clear: Even for a little certainty you have to pay a high price. Uncertainty is therefore the friend of long-term investors.” (Warren Buffet)

Performance

As can be seen, the table shows a steady increase in the performance of the overall portfolio. Each of the SRTI investments has been carefully thought through using research, calculations and comparisons. SRTI is constantly committed to investing only in companies we believe in holistically. Some criteria for evaluating a healthy company are: Sales growth, Investments in research, Innovation strength, Branding, Business models, Management and the current Market valuation of the respective company. We try to buy companies that are undervalued and offer long-term growth potential.

The business with shares needs to be understood and thought of in the long term. One should not sell particularly good stocks equal because of a price setback or market fluctuations.

We update our statistics regularly and anyone wishing to invest in various sectors in the future should select companies that he understands and whose future prospects he is convinced of.

“The future is never clear: Even for a little certainty you have to pay a high price. Uncertainty is therefore the friend of long-term investors.” (Warren Buffet)

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